Yes, I found this:
At the 2004 World Championships, Michelle Kwan was given a 0.2 deduction on her marks during the short program. What was the reason for this deduction?
http://www.funtrivia.com/en/subtopic...rs-297433.htmlShe was over the allowed time-limit. At the time, skaters were allowed a maximum of 2:40 to complete their short program. The time started from when the skater made their first movement and ended when they hit their final position. At the 2:40 second mark, Michelle was in the final revolutions of her combination spin and did not stop her movement for another 3 seconds. Other that this, she skated a flawless program with no mistakes. When asked about the deduction, Michelle said "I could understand taking a deduction if I had made a mistake but I don't feel that I made a mistake". Now during the short program, skaters are allowed 2:50 to complete their elements. This change was made to accomodate the new ISU judging system.