“Walking into the rink today I thought, ‘Wow, this is what I used to do every day,’” Kwan tells me on the phone.
The rink cost $98.5 million, making it more than one and a half times more expensive than other Olympic equivalents.
Tens of millions of others watch their sports heroes wrangle on court, field, rink and racetrack.
As winter progressed, troops in reserve built a rink on the frozen Imjin river behind our lines.
There was a family named Adams in Saskatoon, and they had a rink with boards, between their house and the barn.
We might go down to the rink father had made on purpose for Horatia.
The Eskimo hero is conveyed to his wife on a salmon's tail (rink, p. 145).
Our idea was to build a rink along the river about where the old ferry landing is.
We hurried on to the hotel; but as we passed the rink the President stopped me for a chat.
There were a good many other skaters on the rink, too; they were all preparing for the International Skating Competition.
late 14c., Scottish dialect, probably from Old French renc, reng "row, line," from Frankish and ultimately connected with ring (n.1). Probably confused in meaning with ring (n.1) in sense of "area marked out for a sporting contest." From 1787 in curling; ice hockey sense first attested 1896.