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    1994 Tonya Harding Winter Olympics Worn Team USA Sweater. Call her talented, call her infamous - no matter how you refer to Tonya Harding, there's no question that she holds significant part in Winter Olympics history. For many years after the brutal clubbing of opponent Nancy Kerrigan, which came at the hands of Harding's associates, the public crucified Harding at every opportunity. But, recently Harding has been viewed as more of a victim, due to the recent media coverage and major motion picture focusing on her rough upbringing and poor relationships with former boyfriends.

    Offered here is a stunning red, white and blue sweater, which was worn by Harding during the historic 1994 Lillehammer Winter Olympics. Exhibiting the proper "Champion 1994 Olympic Team" size S tagging in the collar, it exhibits terrific condition with no flaws. Photocopy of letter of provenance from Tonya Harding.

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    August, 2018
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