Meeting and Greeting

Two-time Olympic figure skating medalist Nancy Kerrigan, left, Two-time Olympic gold medalist in swimming Donna de Varona, center, and retired Australian tennis champion Rennae Stubbs, right, greeted fans Thursday at the Saratoga Race Course. They are members of the Aurora Games advisory board. The Aurora Games is a multi-sport, multi-country, multi-day event showcasing the best in women's sports, entertainment and culture and was created as a platform for 'women to take center stage.' The six-day inaugural event will be held at the Times Union Center in downtown Albany from Aug. 20 to 25. (The Leader-Herald/James A. Ellis)

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Two-time Olympic figure skating medalist Nancy Kerrigan, Two-time Olympic gold medalist in swimming Donna de Varona and retired Australian tennis champion Rennae Stubbs greeted fans Thursday at the Saratoga Race Course.

They are members of the Aurora Games advisory board. The Aurora Games is a multi-sport, multi-country, multi-day event showcasing the best in women’s sports, entertainment and culture and was created as a platform for ‘women to take center stage.’

The six-day inaugural event will be held at the Times Union Center in downtown Albany from Aug. 20 to 25.

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