Dorothy Hamill: February 22, 2018



Champion Figure Skater Discusses Health & Lifestyle Tips

PLUS: Predictions for the 2018 Winter Games, Latest Ventures & More! 

Dorothy Hamill

Former Olympian, gold medalist and professional figure skater

As a former professional figure skater, Dorothy Hamill knows firsthand that regardless of background or situation, we all want to be healthy. And while this is something that most Americans strive for, we all have different visions and goals of what healthy actually looks like.

On Thursday, February 22, Dorothy is available for live interviews to provide some of her tried and true health tips as well as current trends related to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. She can discuss everything from how she stays in shape, to how she maintains emotional, spiritual and mental health. She can also share her predictions for this year’s Winter Games.


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Dorothy Hamill captured the Gold Medal at the 1976 Winter Games in Innsbruck, Austria at the age of 19.  Hamill has been inducted into the Olympic Hall of Fame and the Figure Skating Hall of Fame. She was very proud to run the torch into the Olympic Stadium in Salt Lake City in 2002 and skate the closing ceremonies with vocalist Harry Connick Jr…As a professional, Hamill has skated with many productions, including the Ice Capades and Stars on Ice.  Four ABC primetime television specials have been produced in her honor and she has produced and starred in her own touring productions of “Cinderella — Frozen in Time,” “Hansel, Gretel, the Witch and the Cat,” and “Nutcracker on Ice.” She won an Emmy Award for her lead role in “Romeo and Juliet.” In March 2013, Dorothy joined season 16 of “Dancing with the Stars” where she received the highest marks and most press of any of the contestants in the first week.   She has created fantasy ice skating clinics in Nantucket, Vail and Lake Tahoe, and does many motivational speaking engagements for women, medical and health organizations.  Also, Hamill is involved with many charity organizations, including the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, the International Special Olympics, Big Brothers & Sisters of America, the American Cancer Society, Ronald McDonald House, March of Dimes, and a variety of AIDS foundations. Hamill released her memoir “A Skating Life: My Story,” which made The New York TimesBest Seller List in 2007.

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