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Nancy Kerrigan is a former figure skater who was born in Stoneham, Massachusetts. After back-to-back podiums at the U.S. figure-skating championship in 1991 (bronze) and 1992 (silver), she won bronze at the 1992 Albertville Olympic Games.
Two years later, in the months leading up to the Lillehammer Games, she was attacked by an assailant carrying a police baton following a practice routine. It was later revealed that teammate Tonya Harding’s ex-husband was behind the aggression.
In the aftermath of the attack, Kerrigan persevered and made a quick recovery on the leg injury she sustained. Against all odds, she won the silver medal at the 1994 Olympics and conquered hearts around the world, but decided to retire shortly after.
Kerrigan was inducted into the United States Figure Skating Hall of Fame in 2004. She founded the Nancy Kerrigan Foundation to support the vision impaired in honor of her mother, Brenda, who is legally blind.
- Silver medalist at the 1994 Olympic Games
- Bronze medalist at the 1992 Olympic Games
- 1993 U.S .National Figure Skating Champion.
- Silver medalist at the 1992 world championships
- Bronze medalist at the 1991 world championships