Talk:Rosalynn Sumners

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How is it possible that Rosalynn Sumners lent three of her world figure skating medals to an Edmonds bank? She just won once gold at the world championships, but no other medal. Are the so called "small medals" for short and free program counted? But that makes just three. So I guess something is wrong here. Could somebody explain it? Uwe Langer 18:12, 3 January 2006 (UTC)

I remember seeing a news article with photos at the time Sumners' medals were re-discovered, and yes, they included the "small medals". She won the both the figures and free skating in 1983, as well as the overall title. Dr.frog 22:07, 25 April 2006 (UTC)