Sydne Vogel (born June 20, 1979 in Anchorage, Alaska) is an American figure skater. Her parents are Joy and Dennis Vogel. She married Jeff McKechnie on November 14, 2010.
Sydne trained from 1987-1994 under the direction of Traci Coleman and trained under the direction of Vladimir Kaprov in 1994. She competed in the 1994 US National Championships in Detroit in the Novice level and placed 5th. Realizing that there was much work to be done, Sydne went home from the 1994 Nationals and worked non-stop to learn all of her triple jumps. She showed up to the 1995 US National Championships in Rhode Island and beat out the favorite, Tara Lipinski, for the gold medal in Junior Ladies. Sydne went on to win the 1997 World Junior Championships and the 1998 NCAA National Championships. Sydne's career never reached its full potential after a back injury in 1997, but she continued to skate in various competitions and shows until 2006. She skated for Royal Caribbean International in 2006 on the MS Adventure of the Seas and the MS Navigator of the Seas until she decided to pursue a higher education to become a medical doctor.
Sydne is currently in medical school. She graduated with her B.S. in Biology from CUNY Brooklyn College in 2009.