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  Relive Those Golden Days After Nancy Got Clubbed

Before you start reading The Post's coverage of Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan, test your memory with a quiz, published in 1995, about the chief heavy in one of history's most fascinating sports scandals.

Post Coverage of the Harding-Kerrigan Saga




January 1994


JAN. 7: Skater Attacked at Olympic Trials
JAN. 8: Injured Kerrigan Withdraws From Olympic Trials
JAN. 9: Kerrigan Picked to Join Harding for Olympics
JAN. 13: Attack on Figure Skater Seen as a Plot
JAN. 14: Rival's Bodyguard, One Other Arrested in Skater Case
JAN. 15: Three Held in Assault on Kerrigan
JAN. 16: Harding's Ex-Husband Linked to Kerrigan Attack
JAN. 17: Attorney Denies Harding Involved; Kerrigan Skates
JAN. 18: Report: Transactions May Implicate Harding's Ex-Husband
JAN. 19: Harding Meets With Authorities, Says She's Left Ex-Husband
JAN. 20: Rival Skater's Ex-Husband Charged in Attack
JAN. 21: Bodyguard Says Harding Knew of Plot
JAN. 22: Harding Denies Involvement in Kerrigan Plot
JAN. 27: Investigation Uncovers Bizarre Plot Twists
JAN. 28: Harding Admits Knowing of Plot After the Attack
JAN. 31: Gillooly Reportedly Links Harding to Attack

February 1994


FEB. 2: Gillooly Pleads Guilty, Says Harding Approved Plot
FEB. 5: Kerrigan's Knee Steady in Flawless Exhibition
FEB. 6: Group Begins Disciplinary Action Against Harding
FEB. 10: Harding Files $20M Lawsuit Against the USOC
FEB. 13: Deal Puts Harding in Olympics as Games Begin
FEB. 18: Harding, Kerrigan Practice Together Under Scrutiny
FEB. 23: All Eyes Fixed on Ice for Harding-Kerrigan Showdown
FEB. 24: Kerrigan Off on Right Foot; Harding Bobbles to 10th
FEB. 26: For Kerrigan, All That Glitters is Silver

March 1994


MARCH 1: Kerrigan Will Turn Silver Into Gold
MARCH 4: Kerrigan Off the Ice Doesn't Seem Half as Nice
MARCH 5: Harding Tells Police of Attack, Injuries
MARCH 17: Harding Admits Guilt in Plea Bargain, Avoids Prison
MARCH 19: USOC Agrees to Review of Amatuer Sports Act
MARCH 22: Jury Says Harding Acquired Funding by Fraud

April 1994


APRIL 7: USOC Puts White House Off Limits to Harding
APRIL 13: In Wake of Harding, USOC to Take a Look at Law
APRIL 16: With Judges Away, Skaters Play
APRIL 30: Tom Shales Reviews NBC's 'Tonya and Nancy'

June 1994


JUNE 24: Harding Manages 'American Love Machine'

July 1994


JULY 1: Harding Stripped of Title; Banned for Life by USFSA
JULY 14: Gillooly Gets Two Years in Prison, $100,000 Fine

August 1994


AUG. 12: Olympic Code of Conduct Under Scrutiny on Hill

December 1994


DEC. 23: Harding as Mrs. Claus Gives Rink Staff Pause

1995


MAY 25: Harding's Latest Plot Twist Is a Car Chase
OCT. 9: USOC's Code of Conduct Is Still Unresolved
NOV. 19: Harding's Latest Move Will Be a Duet
DEC. 8: Kerrigan Wobbly After Injuring Heel
DEC. 24: Harding Weds for Second Time

1996


MARCH 20: Harding Eyes Return to Figure Skating
APRIL 4: Harding Files for Divorce, Focuses on Comeback

1998


FEB. 8: Jennifer Frey: Harding, Kerrigan: Another Sad Performance


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