Nancy Ann Kerrigan is an American former figure skater and actress. She won bronze medals at the 1991 World Championships and the 1992 Winter Olympics, silver medals at the 1992 World Championships and the 1994 Winter Olympics, and she was the 1993 US National Figure Skating Champion. Kerrigan was inducted into the United States Figure Skating Hall of Fame in 2004. In January 1994, an assailant used a police baton to strike Kerrigan on her landing knee; the attacker was hired by the ex-husband of her rival Tonya Harding. The attack injured Kerrigan, but she quickly recovered. Harding and Kerrigan both participated in the 1994 Winter Olympics, but after the Games, Harding was permanently banned from competitive figure skating. At the Olympics, Kerrigan won the silver medal in a controversial showdown with gold medal winner Oksana Baiul. She then started touring and performed with several ice skating troupes that included Champions on Ice and Broadway on Ice.
|Full name:||Nancy Ann Kerrigan|
|Born:||October 13, 1969, Stoneham, Massachusetts, U.S.|
|Former coach:||Evy Scotvold, Mary Scotvold Jr.|
|IMDb:||Nancy Kerrigan's IMDb|
About Nancy Kerrigan
American Olympic ice skater who was injured by allies of rival Tonya Harding. She won a 1994 silver medal in Lilliehammer.
Her father would resurface the ice rink in exchange for her lessons.
She was inducted into the US Figure Skating hall of Fame in 2004.
She had three kids with her husband, Jerry Solomon.
She competed against gold medalist Michelle Kwan.
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- Emmanuel College (Massachusetts) alumni
- Olympic silver medalists for the United States in figure skating
- Figure skaters at the 1992 Winter Olympics
- Olympic bronze medalists for the United States in figure skating
- American victims of crime
- Figure skaters at the 1994 Winter Olympics
- American female single skaters
- Olympic figure skaters of the United States
- Medalists at the 1992 Winter Olympics
- Medalists at the 1994 Winter Olympics
- Olympic medalists in figure skating
- World Figure Skating Championships medalists