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Gracie Gold seeking treatment for depression, eating disorder [ABC News]

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PDF 0 Shares Email Two-time United States figure skating champion Gracie Gold has withdrawn from her scheduled Grand Prix Series events next month, citing ongoing treatment for depression, anxiety and an eating disorder.'' It saddens me deeply to sit out this Grand Prix Series, but I know it is for the best,'' Gold said in a statement released to the media late Friday afternoon. I will not have adequate training time to prepare and compete at the level that I want to. I would like to thank U.S. Figure Skating, my fans and my sponsors for their ongoing support. I also want to thank [coaches] Marina [Zoueva] and Oleg [Epstein] for standing beside me through this journey and most of all my family for their unconditional love. sc The announcement by Gold, 22, makes it unlikely she would be able to bid for a spot on the U.S. team for the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea . Grand Prix results, along with res [Read more]

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