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Reflecting On Tonya Harding's Ice Skating Career 24 Years Later08:09
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Former dance partners Nancy Kerrigan (right) and Tonya Harding. (Phil Sandlin/AP)
Former dance partners Nancy Kerrigan (right) and Tonya Harding. (Phil Sandlin/AP)
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Twenty-four years ago this weekend, women's figure skating champion and Stoneham native Nancy Kerrigan was injured by a man wielding a police baton while exiting an ice rink in Detroit. The ex-husband of her rival, skater Tonya Harding, was charged with hiring the man to hit Kerrigan. Harding was charged with interfering in the prosecution of the attack.

This incident and the life of Tonya Harding are reexamined in the new movie, "I, Tonya," which is currently in theaters.

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John Powers, Olympics correspondent for the Boston Globe. He tweets @jpowizglobe.

This segment aired on January 8, 2018.

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