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The best active figure skaters in the world come from every corner of the globe. Some of these current figure skaters have already made their mark, while some of them are just beginning to rise to their potential. Regardless of their gender or nationalities, these great figure skaters are the. Although he didn’t win a medal, his past record makes him a skater to watch in the future. Gracie Gold’s Olympic performance was equally amazing. She didn’t earn a medal in ladies’ singles, but everyone is keeping their eyes on her for future Olympic Games. Like many world events, the 2014 Olympics were subject to controversy, and figure skating was no exception. The winner of the ladies’ singles gold medal, Adelina Sotnikova, won by a relatively large point margin, leading many to claim that the judging was biased in favor of the Russian skater.
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Matthew Parr (born 1 March 1990) is an English figure skater. He is a four-time British national champion (2009–10, 2013–14). Parr began competing on the ISU Junior Grand Prix series in 2004. He made his senior international debut at the 2008 Golden Spin of Zagreb. Following the 2009 European Championships, Parr was named as the British entry for the 2009 World Championships, replacing Elliot Hilton, but Hilton won a lawsuit against the National Ice Skating Association and was restored to the team.
Scott Smith (born October 19, 1981) is an American figure skater. He won three senior international medals-silver at the 2003 Nebelhorn Trophy and 2003 Karl Schäfer Memorial, gold at the 2005 Ondrej Nepela Memorial-and placed fifth at the 2005 Four Continents Championships. Smith represented the Skating Club of Boston. He is not to be confused with Scott Smith who skated pairs with Erin Goto and Christie Baca in southern California.
American skater Heiss dominated women's figure skating during her competitive career with her elegant moves, winning both the . and World Championships each year leading up to the 1960 Winter Olympics. She is also the first female skater to land a double axel jump, which she did in 1953. After retiring from competitive skating, she delved into acting. Button is a figure skater who is still the only American to win the European skating champions. He won seven straight . championships starting when he was 16 years old, and he's been a prominent analyst of the sport since retiring after his back-to-back Olympic gold medal wins. He was the first skater ever to land a double axel during a performance, and the first to land a triple jump in competition, and he's the only man to simultaneously hold Olympic, World, European, North American, and . National titles, making him one of the greatest of all time.
Queen of Figure Skating. She skates with emotion unlike so many others and she ACTUALLY had talent. Spam and/or bot voting is the only reason she's number one. She doesn't even deserve to be in the top 50! Awful skater. People talk about her artistry but forget from 82-85 she was arguably the best jumper in the world, outside of young Ito. She did the first ever triple flip, she had triple loop, triple toe, triple salchow, a double lutz-triple toe combination and double flip-triple toe combination which were really hard for the time
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