Tim Wood won the World Figure Skating Championships two times. He also won the silver medal in men's figure skating at the 1968 Winter Olympic Games which took place in Grenoble, France. In addition, he won the United States Men's figure skating title three times and was the 1969 North American Figure Skating Champion.
List of famous male figure skaters, listed by their level of prominence with photos when available. This greatest male figure skaters list contains the most prominent and top males known for being figure skaters. Figure skating fans will also enjoy the greatest figure skating pairs of all ...
List of the greatest male figure skaters of all time. This list includes history’s most amazing male figure skaters, those whom audiences tuned in to see in all of the largest figure skating competitions, from the World Figure Skating Championships to the Olympics. Although they’re all retired ...
Other famous male ice skaters include Todd Eldredge and Paul Wylie. Evan Lysacek is one of the world's most famous male figure skaters. He won the World Figure Skating Championships in 2009 and an Olympic Figure Skating gold medal in 2010. Lysacek also became the senior men's U.S. National Figure Skating champion in 2007, a title he retained in ...
16 Gay and Bi Olympic Figure Skaters. ... Men’s Singles. The British skater, famous for bringing ballet and dance moves into men’s singles, won the gold at the 1976 games in Innsbruck, where ...
Figure skating has been part of the Olympic Games since 1908 and has been included in 25 Olympic Games. There have been 271 medals (91 gold, 90 silver, and 90 bronze) awarded to figure skaters representing 29 representing National Olympic Committees.Six events have been contested but one, men's special figures, was discontinued after a single Olympics.
Therefore, since the World Figure Skating championships are being held next week (March 30 – April 3) in Boston, first time in the USA in 8 years, I am publishing my own list of seven hot out gay men of Figure Skating. And before going any further, I am going to quickly dismiss any discussion about figure skating not being a true sport.
Katarina Witt, the 1984 and 1988 Olympic figure skating champion, is one of the most successful figure skaters in history. The charismatic German skater was the first woman to win consecutive Olympic gold medals in singles figure skating since Sonja Henie in 1936.
15-year-old Tara became the youngest skater to ever earn Olympic gold with her 1998 free skate. She beat out favorite Michelle Kwan, who was known as the more artistic of the two, with her technically difficult performance that included the famous triple loop-triple loop combination (at 2:57).
8 Olympic Figure Skaters You Were Obsessed With As A Kid, Then And Now By Catherine Pearson Gold medalist Tara Lipinski, right and silver medalist Michelle Kwan display their medals after the victory ceremony at the World Figure Skating Championships in Lausanne on Saturday, March 22, 1997.