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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.
(Colorado Springs: Armen Keteyian) The consideration of disciplinary action against figure skater Tonya Harding by the US Figure Skating Association and United States Olympic Committee featured; USFSA panel report quoted. [USFSA hearing panel chairman Bill HYBL, panel members Dr. Susan WATSON, Colonel Kenneth SCHWEITZER - review the evidence, especially of the telephone records.]
(Portland: Bob Jamieson) The investigations of Harding and the preparations of Harding and Nancy Kerrigan to skate in the Olympics updated; scenes shown of Harding practicing. [On Friday, Harding attorney Dennis RAWLINSON - comments.] [KERRIGAN, coach Evy SCOTVOLD - talk about skating and being ready.]
(Studio: Aaron Brown, Donna De Varona) The decision about whether Harding will be allowed to skate in the Olympics discussed; the role of the USOC in making the determination outlined.
- Brown, Aaron;
- De Varona, Donna;
- Jamieson, Bob;
- Keteyian, Armen
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