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The Place Was Detroit. The Victim Was Figure Skater Nancy Kerrigan. The Act Was Another Bizarre assault on an Athlete
WILD THING IT'S SHOWTIME EVERY NIGHT FOR FIGURE SKATING, WHICH HAS BECOME UNTAMED IN ITS APPETITE FOR BIG TV RATINGS AND BIG MONEY
The picture of domestic felicity: Madge is knitting on the couch, Harry is channel- surfing from his favorite armchair. (Click.) Pat O'Brien, looking very nifty ... (click) ...
Blind Justice Figure skating judges are booed and viewed as mean-spirited and incompetent. And it didn't take long for controversy to break out in Nagano
Every time I looked at the judges, they metamorphosed into grimacing Tolkienesque characters. I did not wish to be judged by them. I did not wish to have my ...
YOU SHOULD KNOW: if you are taking up figure skating
New popularity. Historically, the idea of making meaningful markings on ice originated on the canals of 15th century Holland. Americans took little interest in ...
First of two Parts: THE JOYOUS ART OF FIGURE SKATING
Maribel Vinson, winner of 15 national titles, explains the ABCs of a fast-growing pastime
The Master List
The 50 greatest sports figures of the century from each of the 50 states
A mere 15, the precocious Eldrick (Tiger) Woods is already stalking the pros
Too Nice On The Ice Skating could use the kind of rivalry (sans weapons) it had a decade ago
At the U.S. national figure skating championships 10 years ago a quick, cruel whack above the kneecap propelled Nancy Kerrigan, Tonya Harding and their ...
MADE IN DETROIT (AND GREAT ON ICE)
CHARLIE WHITE tested his Olympic footwork as he walked a busy hallway at the Arctic Edge ice arena in Canton, Mich., one morning last ...