Jan 23, 2014 8:27 PM by Jordan Mason

Gracie Gold balances skating and juggling

The countdown to Sochi is now less than 14 days away. And one of the marquee events at the Winter Olympic Games is always figure skating.

Make sure you keep an eye out for this young lady. Gracie Gold just won gold the U.S. Championships. The 18-year old lives and trains in L.A.

Gracie displays incredible balance on the ice, but that's nothing compared to the balance she has when she does her secret talent of juggling.

"We would come in every Thursday and practice juggling," said Gold. "We had a little routine. We would go around to some of the underprivileged schools in the area and perform for them."

I had a chance to interview her and she did part of that interview while juggling. You can watch her perform on the ice February 19 right on KOAA-5.



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