Winter Olympic medalists: Where are they now?

Published: 6:15 PM EST Feb 19, 2014   Updated: 1:00 AM EST Feb 20, 2014

The history of the Winter Olympics is filled with names you'll likely remember. But what are those medal winners from games gone by up to these days? Click on to find out where some of your favorite Winter Olympians are today.

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Nancy Kerrigan, the 1994 Olympic silver medalist and 1992 Olympic bronze medalist, is perhaps better known for the 1994 attack orchestrated on her by the ex-husband of one of her competitors, Tony Harding. Kerrigan was clubbed on the knee during a practice round on the eve of the U.S. Figure Skating Championships in Detroit, Mich., on Jan. 6, 1994. She was forced to drop out of the competition, which Harding won two days later.


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