|Full name||Mark William Militano|
|Country represented||United States|
March 28, 1954 |
Rockville Centre, New York
|Height||167 cm (5.48 ft)|
|Former partner||Melissa Militano|
|Skating club||SC of New York|
Mark William Militano (born March 28, 1954 in Rockville Centre, New York) is an American pair skater. With sister Melissa Militano, he is the 1973 U.S. national champion. They represented the United States at the 1972 Winter Olympics where they placed 7th.
Militano began skating seriously by the age of 7. Two years later, he formed a pair with his sister Melissa. They lived on Long Island and were trained by Peter Dunfield at Sky Rink in New York City.
Militano had an early interest in composing music, and he and his sister skated to one of his compositions when they were still in their teens. Later in life, Militano wrote music that was used by Nancy Kerrigan for her short programs at both the 1992 and 1994 Winter Olympics.
|Winter Olympic Games||7th|
|North American Championships||4th||2nd|