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We should be clear that we are not an "official" site, in the sense that neither TH nor her management direct what goes on here. However, they certainly know what goes on here.

NEW! MEMBERSHIP CERTIFICATE NOW AVAILABLE TO PRINT OUT! Our ability to print up the membership cards is being fast outrun by the demand. Therefore, we have created a membership certificate "page" instead. If you'd like a membership, simply print out the certificate page. To ensure user privacy, we no longer maintain the Friends of Tonya listings. The certificate is all you need!



Want to let the United States Olympic Committee Know How You Feel About Their Handling of the Kerrigan Incident?
USOC

Or, perhaps you'd rather contact the International Skating Union!
www.isu.org


The Chicago Tribune has pretty good coverage of Olympic-related news! Have a look if you like.
We have no affiliation with the newspaper.
Fox Sports Special Summary

No one denies that Tonya Harding has failed to conduct herself in the best possible manner, but a more important issue has been raised by the U.S Figure Skating Association and the U.S. Olympic Committee working hand-in-hand to ban Tonya for life from sanctioned events. Harding was penalized by the American justice system, and yet she continues to be denied her livelihood. Why? Because Tonya Harding never fit the snobbish preconceptions of those few who control figure skating competition, and the Olympics in general.

Other Tonya Sites of Interest


[Portland Ice Skating Society Read their mission statement!]
[Charlie Main] [Swan Lake] ["Hammer Page!"]
[ www.trinitrotoluene.org]
A New Link Here Soon! Any ideas?
[Dave House's Tonya Page! Great Access to Oregon news!] [The Small Page]


Thanks to "The Portlandian" for all the support!