BOSTON (WHDH) — Monday marked 20 years since one of the biggest scandals in sports history.
In 1994 Olympic figure skater Nancy Kerrigan was ambushed and clubbed in the leg, as she headed to the locker room.
The plot was conceived by the ex-husband of fellow skater Tonya Harding who saw Kerrigan as Harding's main competition.
Kerrigan, from Stoneham, says she hasn't spoken to Harding since.
“It’s amazing it was 20 years ago, it almost feels like a whole different person. It’s not something I think of daily, except when you're asked about it. But it’s part of my life and hopefully people will remember me more for the skating…and not being just a victim in an attack,” said Nancy Kerrigan, former Olympic skater.
Harding maintains that she knew nothing about the attack on Kerrigan until after it happened.