Michelle Kwan

The former Olympian and ice skating legend first wore the gown 10 years ago to the ESPYs.
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Women skaters have been seen as exemplars of an "All-American" femininity: slim, blond, white. That's changing.
The new generation of American Olympic figure skaters draws inspiration from living legends of the rink: Kristi Yamaguchi and Michelle Kwan.
They both know what it's like growing up with immigrant parents seeking the American Dream.
"One of the reasons I'm so excited about my husband Clay Pell's candidacy is because Clay is committed to a women's equality
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In this fourth and final part of my interview with Michelle Kwan, the figure skating icon talks about her work supporting the Special Olympics and speaking up for young people worldwide with intellectual disabilities.
Michelle talks about her work as a Senior Adviser and Public Diplomacy Envoy for the U.S. State Department, and using the universal appeal of sports to improve international relations. She also talks about her efforts to inspire youth around the world.
In part 2 of my interview with her, Michelle reveals her proudest win in her long figure skating career -- when she says "There was no heaviness... I was simply present." She also gives advice on how everyone can win in life.
Michelle talks about her off-ice role for the 2014 Winter Olympics -- working for Fox Sports as a sports analyst in Sochi, Russia.
Between the artistry, the thrill of watching fearsome athletes hurl themselves into epic jumps, and the costumes (oh, the
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Michelle Kwan's roles as a presidentially appointed fitness and nutrition ambassador and a Coca-Cola pitchperson are irreconcilable. She'd win a gold medal for public health if she kept the first job and ditched the second.
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Sports is a "useful tool" in diplomacy that helps to "engage foreign publics and connect people all over the world," Michelle Kwan, a five-time world figure-skating champion and the first public diplomacy envoy for the State Department.