I, Tonya: Take a whack at what it means to be “wholesome” in world of Figure Skating

Silver Medallist Tonya Harding, Gold Medallist Kristi Yamaguchi and Bronze Medallist Nancy Kerrigan of the United States during the awards ceremony following their performances in the ladies skating event at the World Figure Skating Championships in Munich, Germany, circa March 1991

Recently saw “I, Tonya”. Took me some time to process and provide a comprehensive analysis to the film, while simultaneously trying to put my feelings to the side towards Tonya, her life and my personal thought to the whole Harding/Kerrigan incident and be objective.

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Bettinna is the Founder & CEO of Bettymedia®, a design experience agency, providing design & strategy for business, brands & blockchain.

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Bettinna is the Founder & CEO of Bettymedia®, a design experience agency, providing design & strategy for business, brands & blockchain.

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