I'm not talking about skills, but just their resumes. Cohen, despite her tendency to fall, was one of the most naturally talented and beautiful skaters ever. Her legacy is solidified despite having a sub-par record (when compared to most all-time greats), and from 2002-2006 she was always a contender for the podium, something which wasn't really true for Fumie. With that said, if we cast aside both skills and expectations, and look simply at the results, their careers are pretty evenly matched imo. Fumie: 2004 Grand Prix Final Champion 3 x World Championship Medalist 3 x 4 Continents Champion 5 x Japanese National Champion Bronze medalist at 2002 Goodwill Games Placed 5th at 02 Olympics and 4th at 06 Olympics In addition she's medaled at 12 Grand Prix events Sasha: 2006 Olympic silver medalist 3 x World Championship Medalist 2006 US National Champion She medaled at 8 Grand Prix events Sasha has an Olympic silver medal which is an obvious edge on Fumie. However, some people thought Sasha was overscored at the 2006 Olympics with her multiple falls while Fumie's clean skate deserved a Bronze. In every other regard, Fumie either matches or surpasses Sasha's record: they both have the same # of world medals, Fumie has far more national titles, grand prix medals and is a 3 x 4 Continents champion (which Sasha never competed in). Fumie also has a bronze at the Goodwill Games while Sasha only achieved 4th place there. Does Sasha's Olympic medal compensate for all of that and put her on top?