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U.S. Olympic figure skaters honored in ‘Tribute American Legends of the Ice'

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The P&G and Walmart Tribute American Legends of the Ice has more U.S. Figure Skating legends and up-and-coming stars of the ice than you can image. Evan Lysacek, Brian Boitano, Sarah Hughes, Kristi Yamaguchi, Sarah Hughes, Ashley Wagner, Gracie Gold and even Nancy Kerrigan will grace the stage for a tradition of American figure skating. According to Mommy Day By Day on Saturday, this show shouldn't be missed as it is mesmerized. Even Kristi Yamaguchi weighed in on Saturday about the surprises the skaters had forfans.

“Watch @ ProcterGamble @ Walmart & me surprise @ kipsbayclub today at 2:30pm EST on @NBC. #LegendsOfTheIce,” tweeted Kristi Yamaguchi from her official Twitter account on Saturday.

The P&G and Walmart Tribute American Legends of the Ice is an amazing figure skating show that was taped in December in front of a live audience. Olympic athletes as well as the younger Olympic hopefuls like Gracie Gold and Ashley Wagner take the ice to share some remarkable moves as they skate flawlessly.

American has developed of love for Olympic figure staking and this show gives fans another chance to view some of the best figure skaters known today and remind everyone of the champions of past Olympics. With everyone having the same common bond of loving figure skating it’s a great way to spend the afternoon and celebrating a few of the best legends on the ice before focusing attention on the 2014 Olympics in Russia.



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