Quotation by Tenley Albright

It almost alarms me how free I feel on the ice. I don't think about the hospital or the groceries or the kids—I'm just in touch with myself. It's exciting when your whole body is moving in synchronous motion.
Tenley Albright (b. 1935), U.S. ice skater and physician. As quoted in WomenSports magazine, p. 16 (January 1975).

In 1956, Albright had become the first United States woman to win an Olympic gold medal for singles figure skating. Later, she studied medicine.
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