United States Figure Skating Hall of Fame

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The United States Figure Skating Hall of Fame serves as a repository for the sport of figure skating. The United States Figure Skating Hall of Fame is where the greatest names in the history of the sport are honored. To be inducted into the Hall of Fame is considered the highest achievement an American figure skater can attain. The Hall of Fame was founded in 1976. It is located in the World Figure Skating Museum and Hall of Fame, in Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States.

Inductees[edit]

Skater Inducted
Tenley Albright 1976
Sherwin Badger 1976
Theresa Weld Blanchard 1976
Irving Brokaw 1976
Richard Button 1976
Peggy Fleming 1976
Jackson Haines 1976
Carol Heiss 1976
David Jenkins 1976
Hayes Alan Jenkins 1976
Oscar Johnson 1976
Howard Nicholson 1976
Maribel Vinson Owen 1976
Eddie Shipstad 1976
A. Winsor Weld 1976
Henry M. Beatty 1977
Beatrix Loughran 1977
Heaton R. Robertson 1977
Nathaniel W. Niles 1978
Harold Hartshorne 1981
William O. Hickok IV 1981
George H. Browne 1983
Eugene Turner 1983
F. Ritter Shumway 1986
Scott Hamilton 1990
Tai Babilonia & Randy Gardner 1991
James Grogan 1991
Dorothy Hamill 1991
Karol Kennedy & Peter Kennedy 1991
Ardelle Sanderson 1991
Judy Schwomeyer & James Sladky 1991
Charles Tickner 1991
Lois Waring & Michael McGean 1991
William Thayer Tutt 1991
Yvonne Sherman Tutt 1991
Richard Dywer 1993
Linda Fratianne 1993
Harry N. Keighley 1993
Nancy Ludington Graham & Ronald Ludington 1993
John Nicks 1993
Colleen O’Connor & Jim Millns 1993
Walter S. Powell 1993
Ronnie Robertson 1993
Tim Wood 1993
Carlo Fassi 1994
Janet Lynn 1994
JoJo Starbuck & Kenneth Shelley 1994
Roger F. Turner 1994
Maribel Y. Vinson Owen & George E.B. Hill 1994
Cynthia Kauffman Marshall & Ronald Kauffman 1995
Robin Lee 1995
Roy Shipstad 1995
Judy Blumberg & Michael Seibert 1996
Brian Boitano 1996
Frank Carroll 1996
Joseph L. Serafine 1996
Jane Vaughn Sullivan 1996
Andree Anderson & Donald Jacoby 1997
Joan Tozzer Cave 1997
Mabel Fairbanks 1997
Frederick C. LeFevre 1997
Barbara Roles Williams 1997
Benjamin T. Wright 1997
Tom Collins 1998
Oscar Iobst 1998
Gordon McKellen Jr 1998
Evy Scotvold & Mary Scotvold 1998
Kristi Yamaguchi 1998
Caitlin Carruthers & Peter Carruthers 1999
John Misha Petkevich 1999
Scott Ethan Allen 2000
Gretchen Merrill 2000
Debi Thomas 2000
Frank Zamboni 2000
Gary Visconti 2001
Rosalynn Sumners 2001
Don Laws 2001
Arthur Vaughn 2001
Elizabeth Punsalan & Jerod Swallow 2002
Jill Trenary 2002
Slavka Kohout Button 2002
Margaretta Drake 2002
Skippy Baxter 2003
Chuck Foster 2003
Doug Wilson 2003
Elaine Zayak 2003
Jill Watson & Peter Oppegard 2004
Norma Sahlin & Wally Sahlin 2004
Hugh C. Graham, Jr 2004
Nancy Kerrigan 2004
Mary Louise Wright 2005
Catherine Machado 2005
Tara Lipinski 2006
Charles M. Schulz 2007
Paul Wylie 2007
Janet Gerhauser Carpenter 2007
Charles DeMore 2008
Todd Eldredge 2008
Sonya Klopfer Dunfield 2009
Nancy Meiss 2009
Marjorie Parker Smith 2009
Joseph Savage 2009
Vera Wang 2009
Sarah Hughes 2010
Jenni Meno & Todd Sand 2010
Robert Turk 2010
Laurence Owen 2011
Stephanie Westerfeld 2011
Rhode Lee Michelson 2011
Bradley Lord 2011
Gregory Kelley 2011
Douglas Ramsey 2011
Maribel Owen & Dudley Richards 2011
Ila Ray Hadley & Ray Hadley 2011
Laurie Hickox & William Hickox 2011
Diane Sherbloom & Larry Pierce 2011
Dona Lee Carrier & Roger Campbell 2011
Patricia Dineen & Robert Dineen 2011
Maribel Vinson Owen 2011
Linda Hadley 2011
William Kipp 2011
Daniel Ryan 2011
Edi Scholdan 2011
William Swallender 2011
Harold Hartshorne 2011
Edward LeMaire 2011
Deane McMinn 2011
Walter S. Powell 2011
Anne Campbell 2011
Louise Hartshorne 2011
Nathalie Kelley 2011
Richard LeMaire 2011
James Scholdan 2011
Sharon Westerfeld 2011
Michelle Kwan 2012

All of the 2011 inductees lost their lives in the crash of Sabena Flight 548, considered to be the most tragic event in figure skating history. They were honored posthumously in observance of the fiftieth anniversary of the tragedy.

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Coordinates: 38°47′38″N 104°50′56″W / 38.79379°N 104.84885°W / 38.79379; -104.84885