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Nancy Kerrigan

Dates: October 31, 1969 -

Olympic medalist figure skater

Figure skater who won a bronze at the 1992 Olympics, she was attacked, clubbed in the right knee, just before the U.S. Skating Championships on January 6, 1994. She was unable to compete in that event, but was given a spot on the U.S. Olympic team anyway, where she went on to win a silver medal.

Since then, she has continued her career in skating as a performer with the Ice Capades, Champions on Ice, and other groups. She has established the Nancy Kerrigan Foundation to support the vision impaired, in honor of her mother, who is legally blind.

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About Nancy Kerrigan

  • Categories: Olympics, sports, skaters
  • Places: Massachusetts, United States
  • Period: 20th century

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Bibliography

  • Women on Ice: Feminist Responses to the Tonya Harding - Nancy Kerrigan Spectacle. Cynthia Baughman, editor. 1995.
  • Edelson, Paula. Nancy Kerrigan (Female Figure Skating Legends). 1998. Ages 9-12.
  • Video: Fairy Tales on Ice: Alice Through the Looking Glass. Nancy Kerrigan skates with the Ice Capades, Geena Davis narrates.

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