No, that is not what I said. What I was saying was that to imply she should be able to perform out there better than she did just because she was an Olympic athlete is unfair, because of the way athletes train, etc. The comments people were making was 'well, she's an Olympic athlete, so she should be doing better'. I am saying she shouldn't be performing any differently because she was an olympic athlete, because the real word is much different than an elite athlete's training world. Yes, she sucked at challenges, but she shouldn't be singled out to be doing better just because she was an elite athlete. She performed about the same as any other girl out there.