Profiles of Olympic Figure Skating Champions
Barbara Wagner Photos - Memories From an Olympic Pair Figure Skating Champion
With pair skating partner Bob Paul, Barbara Wagner won five Canadian national titles, four world championships, two North American championships, and the Winter Olympics.
Barbara Wagner and Robert Paul - 1960 Olympic Pair Skating Champions
Barbara Wagner and Robert Paul won the Canadian pair skating title five times, the world pair skating title four times, and also won gold at the 1960 Winter Olympic Games.
Evan Lysacek Photo Gallery
On February 18, 2010, Evan Lysacek became the 2010 Olympic Figure Skating Champion.
Carol Heiss Photo Gallery
Carol Heiss won the 1960 Olympics in women's figure skating and she also won the silver medal at the 1956 Olympics. When she won the 1960 Olympic Gold Medal, all nine judges awarded her first place.
An Illustrated History of Olympic Figure Skating
From its appearance in the first modern Olympic Games in 1908, to the 2010 Vancouver Olympics and beyond, figure skating has gone through amazing changes. Check out the history of the sport.
Irina Rodnina - Three Time Olympic Pair Figure Skating Champion
Ice skating legend, Irina Rodnina, is only pair skater who has won ten successive World Figure Skating titles and three successive Olympic gold medals.
Which Pair Skating Team Should Have Won in 2002?
The 2002 Olympic figure skating scandal caused the scoring system for figure skating to be revanmped and changed. Which pair skating team really deserved to win the gold?
Barbara Wagner - 1960 Olympic Pair Figure Skating Champion
Barbara Wagner and Bob Paul are the 1960 Olympic Pair Skating Champions.
Tenley Albright - 1956 Olympic Figure Skating Champion
1956 Olympic Figure Skating Champion, Tenley Albright, won the US National Figure Skating title five times, and also was the first lady from the United States to win the World Figure Skating title and Olympic figure skating title.
1994 Olympic Ice Skating Champion Oksana Baiul
Oksana Baiul, from the Ukraine, won the 1994 Olympics in women's figure skating.
1968 Olympic Figure Skating Champion Peggy Fleming
Peggy Fleming is the 1968 Olympic Figure Skating Champion. She also was a world and U.S. National ladies figure skating champion. She was known for being both an athletic and graceful ice skater.
1948 and 1952 Olympic Champion Dick Button
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.
1960 Olympic Figure Skating Champion Carol Heiss
Carol Heiss won the Olympics in 1960. She also won a silver medal in 1956. This profile gives some highlights of her figure skating career.
Photos of Figure Skating Legend Sonja Henie
Sonja Henie won the gold medal in figure skating at three different Olympics and is known for bringing ballet to the ice. This photo gallery shows some photos of Sonja Henie from 1924 through 1936.
Photos of Olympic Ice Dance Champions Jayne Torvill & Christopher Dean
In 1984, British ice dancers, Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean, won the Olympics. This photo gallery shows some of the highlights of their figure skating career.
1992 Olympic Champion Kristi Yamaguchi
Kristi Yamaguchi won the 1992 Olympics. She also competed in pair skating with partner Rudy Galindo. In 1989, she became the first woman, in thirty-five years, to win two medals at the U.S. nationals.
1956 Olympic Figure Skating Champion Tenley Albright
Tenley Albright is the first American woman to win the Olympic gold medal in figure skating.
Peggy Fleming won the Olympics in 1968.
Sonja Henie: Queen Of The Ice DVD Review
Sonja Henie is considered a figure skating legend. The DVD, "Sonja Henie: Queen Of The Ice" tells the story of her entire life and career.
1984 Olympic Ice Dance Champions Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean
Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean won the Olympics in ice dancing in 1984. They are considered figure skating legends.