Figure Skating

Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir

Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir are Canadian ice dancers who became the first North Americans to win the Olympic gold medal in ice dancing when they triumphed at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver.

Petra Burka

Petra was the Junior Canadian Skating Champion in 1961 and the Senior Canadian Champion between 1964-1966. In 1965 she won the World Figure Skating Championships, the first Canadian to win the event since Barbara Ann Scott in 1947.

Toller Cranston

Toller Shalitoe Montague Cranston, CM (born April 20, 1949) is a Canadian figure skater and painter. He is the 1971-1976 Canadian national champion, the 1974 World bronze medalist, and the 1976 Olympic bronze medalist.

Barbara Ann Scott

Barbara Ann Scott, OC, O.Ont (born May 9, 1928 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian retired figure skater. She is the 1948 Olympic Champion.

Donald Jackson

Donald George Jackson, CM (born April 2, 1940 in Oshawa, Ontario) is a retired Canadian figure skater. He captured four Canadian titles and a bronze medal at the 1960 Winter Olympics. At the 1962 World Figure Skating Championships, he landed the first triple lutz jump in international competition and won

Elvis Stojko

Born March 22, 1972 in Newmarket, Ontario, Elvis is known as one of figure skating’s true innovators. Starting out at the age of 5 he was the Canadian National Junior Champion at 16. Mr. Stojko became the first person to land a quadruple-double jump combination at the 1991 World Championships.

Brian Orser

Brian Ernest Orser (born December 18, 1961) Orser won his first national title on the novice level in 1977. The following season, he went to Junior Worlds and placed 4th, behind eventual rival Brian Boitano. He added a second national title, this time at the junior level, to his resume

Barbara Underhill and Paul Martini

It is difficult to quantify the chemistry of a team, especially in a sport such as figure skating, where outstanding pairs must combine individual excellence with flawless teamwork.