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'RISE' available by purchase for a limited time

Movie chronicles U.S. Figure Skating's resurrection after 1961 tragedy

The <i>RISE</i> storytellers (left to right): Scott Hamilton, Dorothy Hamill, Brian Boitano, Peggy Fleming and Michelle Kwan.
The RISE storytellers (left to right): Scott Hamilton, Dorothy Hamill, Brian Boitano, Peggy Fleming and Michelle Kwan. (Leslie Barbaro)

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By icenetwork.com
(01/19/2012) - The film RISE, which tells the story of the 1961 U.S. world team and the impact it had on the sport, is available for viewing throughout the month of February.

For the price of $3.95, get unlimited access to the critically acclaimed movie until Feb. 29. To purchase click here. To view click here.

Commissioned by U.S. Figure Skating, and produced and directed by 16-time Emmy Award winners Lookalike Productions, RISE celebrates American figure skating while commemorating the 50th anniversary and legacy of the 1961 U.S. World Team tragedy. A story about the power of the human spirit, RISE chronicles a group of individuals who, through their loss, inspired the hopes, dreams and successes of some of the most iconic names in Olympic sports history.