The figure skating champion of the 1976 Olympics, Dorothy Hamill, looks back at her career, saying she knew she’s always regret it if she didn’t try to compete in the Innsbruck, Austria, Games at age 19. It was there she debuted a personal skating move known as the “Hamill camel.” She also opens up to TODAY’s Natalie Morales about struggles with relationships, depression and breast cancer.
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Dorothy Hamill Opens Up About Olympics, Relationships, Cancer | TODAY