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Ashley Wagner's disgusted reaction to an unexpected low score was classic (Photos)

Kevin Kaduk
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Ashley Wagner - Before and After
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Ashley Wagner, before and after her scores were announced on Saturday. (AP photos)

You've heard of Manning Face?

Well, check out Ashley Wagner Face. 

The American figure skater was all waves and smiles following a good performance in Saturday's team figure skating event in Sochi. Wagner sat down with the rest of the U.S. team and her reactions suggested she was fully ready to receive a score worthy of a good rebound from her poor national championship showing. 

Check 'em out:

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(Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports)

The posted numbers, however, left much to be desired. Even though Wagner helped the United States team advance in the event, her fourth-place score of 63.10 left her disappointed. 

[Photos: Best and worst dressed teams at the Sochi Opening Ceremony]

At least, we're pretty sure she was disappointed.

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(Photo by Darren Cummings/Pool/Getty Images)

Though the look on her face said it all, Wagner later relayed the same message to reporters.

“I know what I’m capable of and what this program is capable of,” Wagner said in Sochi. “I don’t agree with the marks, but that’s what the individual event is for.”

Wagner's look of disgust is so distinct we could see it becoming a meme of these Winter Games.

And given the viral sensation that was McKayla Maroney's unimpressed turn in the 2012 Summer Games, we just couldn't help combining the two. 

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(USA Today Sports Images/Fourth-Place Medal illustration)

h/t: FTW

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