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Her ex-boyfriend is Team GB short-track speed skater Jack Whelbourne.
Jack is also from Nottingham - and shares Elise's coach, Olympic bronze medallist Nicky Gooch.
On Tuesday, she fell in the heats and after the re-start was given a yellow card - ending her Winter Olympics.
The yellow card means that she is taken out of the competition for intentional barging.
"These are clear breaches of the anti-discrimination Principle Six of the Olympic Charter.
Yet the International Olympic Committee has said and done nothing.
“In Sochi she wore heels and an evening dress,” NTV added, swapping out her athletic garb.
Putin, it seems, likes sporty women as much as he enjoys publicizing his own athletic endeavors.
Elise, 27, is a Scottish short-track speed skater, from Livingston, who was born on August 13, 1990.The Principle Six campaign, also Principle 6, or P6, was launched in January 2014 as an Olympic protests of Russian anti-gay laws in conjunction with the 2014 Olympics being held in Sochi, Russia.Principle 6 refers to the sixth principle of the Olympic Charter that says any form of discrimination “is incompatible with belonging to the Olympic Movement.” Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell noted that openly gay and lesbian athletes are actively discriminated against in Russia as well as dozens of countries that criminalize same-sex relationships, or gay people generally on an institutional level.She moved to Nottingham when she was 15, to focus on her training, and is currently studying sport science at Loughborough College.She specialises in the 1,000m event, and is a ten time European gold medallist. Elise took the 1,000m, 1,500m and overall titles at the World Short Track Speed Skating Championships in Rotterdam - and won bronze in the 3,000m.
CHRISTIE crashed out of the women's 500m event in the final and also did not make it through to the final of the 1500m after she crashed out and was taken off on a stretcher in semi-final.