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  70 Years, Many Magical Moments


Miracle on Ice
Jim Craig, U.S. Hockey
The United States, seeded seventh in a 12-team field, stuns the mighty Soviet Union, 4-3, on its way to the 1980 gold medal in the greatest upset in Olympic hockey history. The Americans — charged up by chants of "U.S.A! U.S.A!" — were led by Jim Craig (pictured), who stopped 36 of the Soviet Union's 39 shots.
Looking Back on Tonya & Nancy
Tonya and Nancy
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For a month leading up to the 1994 Games, the world was mesmerized by reports that figure skater Tonya Harding had something to do with an attack on teammate Nancy Kerrigan at the U.S. nationals in Detroit. Take at look back at The Post's coverage of the attack, the legal maneuvering and the ensuing sideshow.


MORE OLYMPIC MEMORIES
 1948: Button, Fraser Make History
 1968: Killy Completes a Rare Triple
 1976: Koch Stuns; Klammer Goes for Broke
 1980: The Midas Touch of Eric Heiden
 1984: Torvill and Dean Turn Ice to Fire
 1988: 'Tomba la Bomba' Explodes on Scene
 1992: Bonnie Blair Skates Into History



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