Remember this face?
It's former Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding.
In 1994, Harding was banned from figure skating for life due to her role in the attack on rival Nancy Kerrigan during an Olympic trials practice session.
14 years later--Tonya says she doing fine.
We caught up with Harding...
Not on the ice, but at the pool table.
Recently harding has written a tell-all book called The Tonya Tapes.
"It tells everyone about my life story, all you wanna know about me," states Harding.
Including being sexually abused by her former husband and two bodyguards.
And she hopes her book will help victims of abuse to finally speak out.
"I hope it will help other people to realize that if you have been abused, that no abuse is acceptable in any shape or form," said Harding.
Harding says the most important thing is to seek help right away.
"It's OK to ask for help--it's not shameful to say I've been abused and ask for help because it will really help you," adds Harding.
And it has helped Harding.
She can now look back on her career and her greatest achievement.
"Landing the triple axle in '91," said Harding.
Still brings a smile to her face.
"It was very difficult, but it carried me through the rest of the
program," she adds.
It was just awesome! One thing in my whole life that no one, not even God can take away from from me," said Harding.
And no one can take away her competitive edge.
She beat me handily at pool.
And for a moment...the old Tonya Harding is back.