Famous Male Figure Skaters
Max Aaron - Hockey Highlights Video
Max Aaron, the 2013 US Men's Figure Skating Champion, was once an elite ice hockey player.
Jeremy Abbott - Rising Figure Skating Star
Jeremy Abbott won the 2010 and 2009 U.S. Figure Skating Championships. He also won the Pewter Medal at the U.S. National Figure Skating Championships in 2007 and 2008. He is considered one of the top male figure skaters in the United States.
Brian Boitano - Olympic Ice Skating Champion
Brian Boitano won the Olympics in 1988. His signature jump was the Tano triple lutz where he raised his left arm above his head. He was known for almost always skating perfectly.
Christopher Bowman - Two-Time U.S. Men's Figure Skating Champion
Figure skater Christopher Bowman was known as "Bowman the Showman" becuase he dazzled audiences with his performances. He was a two-time U.S. Men's Figure Skating Champion. Bowman died on January 10, 2008.
Photos of Ice Skating Champion Christopher Bowman
Figure skater Christopher Bowman was a two-time U.S. Men's Figure Skating Champion. He died on January 10, 2008 at the age of forty. This photo gallery just shows a few photos from the highlight of his skating career.
Ryan Bradley - 2007 U.S. National Men's Figure Skating Silver Medalist
Ryan Bradley won the silver medal at the 2007 U.S. Figure Skating Championships in the Men's event.
Kurt Browning - World Figure Skating Champion and TV Skating Commentator
Canadian figure skating champion Kurt Browning won the world figure skating championships four times. In recent years he has been known for being a television media commentator for figure skating. Browning also holds the record for being the first male ice skater to land a quadruple jump in competition.
Jeffrey Buttle - 2006 Olympic Figure Skating Bronze Medalist
Canadian Figure Skating Champion, Jeffrey Buttle, won a bronze medal in figure skating at the 2006 Winter Olympics.
Dick Button - 1948 and 1952 Olympic Champion
Dick Button has been a figure skating commentator since 1962. He is figure skating's best known television analyst. He is also an Olympic ice skating champion.
Patrick Chan - Canadian Figure Skatng Champion
Canadian figure skater Patrick Chan is the 2011 and 2012 World Figure Skating Champion.
Scott Cramer - World Professional Figure Skating Champion
Scott Cramer dazzled figure skating audiences in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
John Curry - 1976 Olympic Figure Skating Champion
John Curry was a British figure skater who won the gold medal at the Olympics in men's figure skating in 1976. He was known for bringing ballet to the ice.
Todd Eldredge - U.S. and World Figure Skating Champion
Todd Eldredge not only won the world figure skating championships, but he competed in three different Olympics. In addition, he won the United States men's figure skating title six times.
Richard Ewell - African American Figure Skating Champion
Richard Ewell was the first African American to win a national title in both pair skating and single skating.
Rudy Galindo - United States Men's and Pairs Figure Skating Champion
Rudy Galindo competed in both single skating and pair skating and won US titles in both disciplines. His pair skating partner was 1992 Olympic Figure Skating Champion, Kristi Yamaguchi.
Scott Hamilton - 1984 Olympic Figure Skating Champion
Scott Hamilton won the 1984 Olympics in figure skating.
Dan Hollander, Ice Skating Star - Interview
Dan Hollander can do a backflip on the ice and he can flip over people or things. "Comedy on Ice" is Dan's specialty.
Dan Hollander - Ice Skating Star
Dan Hollander is a skater and entertainer.
Donald Jackson - 1962 World Figure Skating Champion
Donald Jackson won the men's title at the 1962 World Figure Skating Champioships. He is the co-founder of the Jackson Figure Skate Company and is sometimes called the "King of Blades."
Ryan Jahnke - 2003 US Figure Skating Bronze Medalist
Ryan Jahnke won the bronze medal at the U.S. National Figure Skating Championships in 2003.
Ryan Jahnke Photo Gallery
Ryan Jahnke won the bronze medal at the U.S. National Figure Skating Championships in 2003. He was known for being able to do the Tano Triple Lutz, doing creative spins, and for being an elegant skater. He now coaches figure skating in Colorado Springs, Colorado. This photo gallery shows some highlights from his competitive figure skating career.
Brian Joubert - French Figure Skating Champion
Brian Joubert is a French figure skater and champion. He also won the European Figure Skating Championships and the Grand Prix of Figure Skating. In 2007, he won the men's title at World Figure Skating Championships.
Terry Kubicka - 1976 United States Men's Figure Skating Champion
Terry Kubicka won the U.S. Men's Figure Skating title in 1976. He is considered one of the greatest skaters in history. He was the first and last amateur figure skater to perform a back flip in competition and was the first male skater to do a triple lutz.
Evan Lysacek - 2006 Olympic Ice Skating Star
American figure skater Evan Lysacek performed a marvelous long program at the 2006 Olympics.
Andrei Lutai - Rising Russian Figure Skating Star
Andrei Lutai placed second at the Russian national figure skating championships in 2007 and 2008. In 2007, he placed 5th at the European championships. His goal is to be an Olympic champion.
Brandon Mroz - 2009 US National Figure Skating Men's Silver Medalist
Elite figure skater, Brandon Mroz, is the 2009 Men's U.S. National Men's silver medalist, the 2007 and 2008 Junior Grand Prix Final Men's silver medalist, the 2007 and 2008 US Junior Men's silver Medalist, and the 2006 US Novice Men's silver Medalist.
Nobunari Oda - Japanese Figure Skating Champion
Nobunari Oda is the 2009 Japanese Men's Figure Skating Champion. He is one of the favorites to win or medal at the 2010 Olympics.
Brian Orser - 1984 and 1988 Olympic Figure Skating Silver Medalist
Brian Orser won eight Canadian national figure skating titles and two Olympic silver medals. He is also the 1987 Men's World Figure Skating Champion.
Parker Pennington - National and International Figure Skating Competitor
Parker Pennington is the only U.S. male figure skater to have won United States national titles at all of the levels of figure skating in Juvenile, Intermediate, Novice and Junior national championship events.
Ulrich Salchow - The Inventor of the Salchow Jump and Olympic Champion
Ulrich Salchow invented a figure skating jump which is called the salchow. He was a Swedish ice skater and world and Olympic figure skating champion. Ulrich Salchow was a very important person in the sport of figure skating in the early part of the 20th Century.
Elvis Stojko - Canadian and World Figure Skating Champion
Elvis Stojko won the Canadian figure skating title seven times. He also is a three-time world figure skating champion and a two-time Olympic figure skating silver medalist.
Charlie Tickner - 1978 World Figure Skating Champion
Charlie Tickner won the men's title at the world figure skating championships in 1978.
Johnny Weir - Olympic Ice Skater
2006 Olympian Johnny Weir began skating at the age of twelve. He is a three-time U.S. Men's Figure Skating Champion.
Johnny Weir Interview
Johnny Weir was interviewed by FSNews: "Totally addicted to figure skating and Russia" in late February, 2007. This is part of that interview. This interview is reprinted with permission of FSNEWS.RU.
An Interview With World Figure Skating Champion Tim Wood
U.S. figure skater, Tim Wood, won the World Figure Skating Championships twice. He also won a silver medal at the 1968 Winter Olympics.
Paul Wylie - 1992 Men's Olympic Figure Skating Silver Medalist
Paul Wylie is the 1992 Olympic Men's Figure Skating Silver Medalist.
Toller Cranston - Canadian Figure Skating Champion and Olympic Bronze Medalist
Canadian figure skater, Toller Cranston, was known for bringing creativity to figure skating.