In the early 1990s, Nancy Kerrigan was one of the world’s most famous figure skaters. The Massachusetts native got her start in skating at age six. By the time she was 22, Kerrigan had won a bronze medal in the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, and in 1993, she won the United States Championship. Of course, Nancy Kerrigan appearances will always be linked to the name of rival skater Tonya Harding, whose ex-husband hired a man to club Kerrigan in the knee one month prior to the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer. Kerrigan still managed to compete and win a silver medal as the runner-up to Oksana Baiul. Kerrigan retired shortly thereafter but remained in the public eye through television and movie appearances.
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**Nancy Kerrigan Speaker**
Aside from her experiences as an Olympic medalist, Nancy Kerrigan speaker appearances could include discussion of her charitable organization, The Nancy Kerrigan Foundation, which raises awareness for the visually impaired, a cause inspired by her mother, who is legally blind.
**Nancy Kerrigan Appearance**
Since retiring from competitive skating, Nancy Kerrigan appearances on the ice still occur. Kerrigan had a role in the 2007 ice-skating comedy “Blades of Glory” and also participated in the Fox Network’s “Skating with Celebrities.” Kerrigan appearances from her incident with Tonya Harding still pop up on sports retrospectives.
**Nancy Kerrigan Endorsement**
Over the years, Nancy Kerrigan endorsements in the form of sponsorships have included Walt Disney World, who sponsored her for $2 million and for whom she appeared in a parade celebrating her silver medal at the Olympics.
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