If I can relay a message to Ms. Shin, I would adopt London’s famous phrase, “Keep calm and carry on” and tell her to keep her head up. I know that my message can take the phrase, “Easier said than done” to a whole new level but all is not lost. The majority of the world is behind you and understands that the entire ruling process was flawed. We might not understand the level of years of sacrifices you had to make—only to see it amount to absolutely zilch—nor will we understand the utter humiliation of having to sit, confused and emotional, on the piste for the entire world to watch. We probably will never understand and relate. But we understand that a consolation prize is just a way of covering an obvious mistake instead of fixing it. We understand that having a 15 year old volunteer as a timekeeper for such a crucial dual is [insert adjective here]. We understand what could have been the fruition of your labor quickly turn into hell on Earth. But this is why I hope that you can eventually rise and keep your head up. Because nothing is more powerful and lifting than people standing behind you.