For some athletes, their entire life can be defined by a single moment at an Olympic Games -- but where do they go once the spotlight fades? Ever wonder what your favorite Winter Olympians are up to now? From Nancy Kerrigan to Dan Jansen, catch up with Winter Olympic heroes here!
Then: Kristi Yamaguchi
American figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi won the gold medal at the 1992 Albertville Olympics.
Now: Kristi Yamaguchi
Yamaguchi has a woman’s active wear line called “Tsu-ya by Kristi Yamaguchi,” which donates a portion of its proceeds to support early childhood literacy through Kristi’s Always Dream Foundation. In 2012, she published her first children’s book, “It’s a Big World, Little Pig.”
Then: Alberto Tomba
The Italian Alpine skier, commonly known as "La Bomba", won Olympic gold medals in both slalom and giant slalom at the 1988 Calgary Games. At the 1992 Albertville Games, Tomba successfully defended his Olympic title in giant slalom. He won two additional silver medals in slalom at the 1992 and 1994 Winter Games.
Now: Alberto Tomba
Tomba carried the Olympic Torch into the stadium during the Opening Ceremony of the 2006 Torino Winter Olympics. He currently resides in Italy with his family.
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Then: Apolo Ohno
The American speed skater became the most decorated U.S. Winter Olympian of all time at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, finishing his career with eight Olympic medals in short track.