Winning doesn’t always mean being first. Winning means you’re doing better than you’ve ever done before.
Four key words–helped make my dreams come true. They are: dedication, balance, risk, and love.
There’s sort of a theory that’s going around in the China-watching community about a perfect storm coming up with the 2008 Olympics, a U.S. election and a Taiwanese election, some sort of mutually reinforcing explosion and crisis.
I’m definitely going to miss hearing the sound of that gun.
Winning doesn’t always mean being first.
It doesn’t matter what anybody thinks of what I do. The clock doesn’t lie.
A lot of people think I’m under a lot of pressure with my family and friends spending all that money to follow me around
I don’t fear anything.
I just hope I can get another personal best. If I can do that, I’ll be satisfied.
I don’t remember the first time I skated on ice, I was too young. I do remember falling in love with that wind-in-my-face feeling while speed skating.
The distance between a person’s dream and their accomplishments can only be measured by their desire.
It’s sad to know I’m done. But looking back, I’ve got a lot of great memories.