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When you look at me, which type of athlete do you think I was in high school – a basketball player or a figure skater?
I ask because on many occasions, the Dauphin County Court Administrator would introduce me as “Oksana Baiul,” the slight, graceful Ukrainian figure skater who won the gold medal at the 1994 Olympics.
I know what you’re thinking … how could anyone confuse Tiva with an Olympic figure skater?
Roy M. Curry, Jr., is a court reporter from Franklin, Tenn., with more than 25 years of experience. Curry, who owns Elite Reporting Services, also taught court reporting to students at the Tennessee Career College in Nashville. He holds a bachelor’s degree of court reporting from the University of Mississippi.