Tonya Harding says she’s glad not to have been competing at the Olympic Winter Games in South Korea this year.

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The controversial figure skater and subject of the film “I, Tonya” stopped by “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Monday where the host asked her about the figure skaters at the Winter Games, which concluded this weekend.

“I’m so glad I’m not competing against them now,” Harding said, explaining that changes to the rules and scoring methods would make it a lot more difficult for her to succeed.

Harding also described the feeling of being the first American woman to do a triple axel in competition. “I was like, ‘Yes, I did it!'” she recalled. “You see, I did it for me, but I performed for the people.”

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Harding also starred in a segment of “Average Andy”, teaching “Ellen” executive producer Andy Lassner to figure skate.

In the video, Harding demonstrates some jumps and spins, proving that all these years later the talent hasn’t gone away.