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But odds are you didn’t read about it in your local Jewish paper.
Three newspapers based in the metropolitan New York area–the Forward, the New York Jewish Week and the Long Island Jewish World–all missed the story.
After the 2006 Olympics she skated in exhibitions and in movies and television, playing roles in CSI: New York, Blades of Glory, and the Weather Channel’s Tornado Week, where she demonstrated a tornado’s power with her own tight spins.
This article originally appeared in, and is reprinted with permission of, The Forward.
For years, companies have turned to Athlete Speakers to get Sasha Cohen's booking fee, appearance cost, and booking agent contact information. Championships, 16 year old Sasha rose to power with a first place finish in the short program and a second place overall finish. She rebounded the following year by taking home a Gold Medal at the 2003 Grand Prix Final and the following year won silver at both the U. Sasha has since returned to school to finish her degree and in 2006 released her autobiography, Fire on Ice.Sivorinovsky said, referring to the family’s Jewishness.“It’s not a secret as it is for some of the Russian skaters.” A call to the Hughes house was not returned.While Jewish newspapers may have had trouble identifying the religious bona fides of a girl from Great Neck, several media outlets dedicated to tracking Jewish athletes were on top of the story, including the Los Angeles-based newsletter “Jewish Sports Review” and the Web site Jewish Hughes as saying that the family does not practice a religion, but leans toward Judaism. Moxson said, was enough for his newsletter, which has a policy of only covering athletes who have at least one Jewish parent and do not practice another religion.The co-publisher of “Jewish Sports Review,” Ephraim Moxson, said that he called the Hughes house about two weeks before the Olympics and reached the figure skater’s mother. He dismissed the notion that the family’s Christmas tree constituted a violation of the rule. Moxson said of Jewish families that put up Christmas trees. Our editor spoke to her agent, who said that for all intents and purposes she is Jewish.” For Joshua Pines, editor of Jewish Sports.com, the standard is having one Jewish parent and wanting to be identified as Jewish.