Figure Skating

Sochi Winter Olympics 2014 by Sophia and Camryn

Three questions

How many people participate in Ladies Figure Skating?

Who won the Gold, Silver, and Bronze in Ladies Figure Skating?

How many events are in Ladies Figure Skating?

Some Quick Facts.

  • Ladies Figure Skating can be in Individuals, Partners, or Groups.
  • Figure Skating Was The First Sport included In The Olympics.
  • Figure Skating was invented in Europe.


  • Skates with blade suitable to player
  • Skate dress slightly above knee length no longer ( safety reasons )
  • Hair in an upward position

Figure Skating compotition in the olympics

  • Skaters will be asked to incorperate certain jumps in their performance.
  • The skaters will be judged on how well they perform the jump they have been asked to do.
  • The skater with the highest score of there genre will win a medal.

Men's Free Skating

In this event:

Japan achieved Gold with the help of with Yuzuru Hanyu.

Next was Silver with Canada snatching the position with Patrick Chan.

Last for Bronze was Kazakhstan with Denis Ten.

Men's Short Program

In this event:

Yuzuru Hanyu took the gold once again, giving Japan first place once more.

Canada got silver with once again, Patrick Chan.

Spain took home bronze with their skater, Javier Fernandez.

Ladies Free Skating

The Ladies took the stage next, and the top three were:

Adelina Sotnikova competing for Russia, taking Gold.

Yuna Kim from Korea swiping Silver,

and Carolina Kostner achieving Bronze for Italy.

Ladies Short Program

Yuna Kim from Korea took First.

Silver was scored by Adelina Sotnikova from Russia,

and Carolina Kostner from Italy took Bronze for her country.

Pairs Free Skating

Russia stole Gold with the pair of Maxim Trankov and Tatiana Volosozhar.

But wait! Russia's second team of Fedor Klimov and Ksenia Stolbova managed to come right after their fellow country.

In third, Germany with their pair of tremendous skaters by the name of Aliona Savchenko and Robin Szolkowy

Pairs Short Program

Gold was won by Maxim Trankov and Tatiana Volosozhar of Russia.

2nd place was taken by Germany with the pair of Aliona Savchenko and Robin Szolkowy.

Russia got another medal in Bronze with Fedor Klimov and Ksenia Stolbova.

Ice Dancing Free Dances

In the Ice Dances, the American pair of Meryl Davis and Charlie White scored Gold.

Scott Moir and Tessa Virtue of Canada took Silver,

and the Russian team of Elena Ilinykh and Nikita Katsalapov got Bronze.

Ice Dancing Short Dance

Meryl Davis and Charlie White once more took a Gold Medal for America.

Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir took a Silver for Canada,

and Elena Ilinykh and Nikita Katsalapov of Russia took Broze.

Team Performance

In Gold was.....America! With the team of Meryl Davia and Charlie White.

SIlver was won by Canada with Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir.

Last but not least was Russia with Elena Ilinykh and Nikita Katsalapov.



Pictures: Google Images.

Equipment: Kamryn's Knowledge ( Who watched the olympic figure skating all night )