Nicholas Kole

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Nicholas Kole (Figure Skater)
Brittany Vise & Nicholas Kole 2004 Junior Grand Prix Germany.jpg
Vise & Kole in 2004.
Personal information
Full name Nicholas Kole
Country represented United States
Born (1983-11-30) November 30, 1983 (age 33)
Littleton, Colorado, United States
Height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Partner Amber Kole
Former partner Brittany Vise
Maroc Fassel
Coach Dalilah Sappenfield
Le'Ina McLaughlin
Choreographer Dalilah Sappenfield
Le'Ina McLaughlin
Caterina Lindgren
Skating club Broadmoor SC

Nicholas Kole (born November 30, 1983 in Littleton, Colorado, United States) is an American pair skater. He currently competes with Amber Kole. They teamed up in 2006 and placed 16th at the 2007 United States Figure Skating Championships. In 2007 they placed second at the 2008 Midwestern Sectional Championships and 13th at the 2008 United States Figure Skating Championships.

Kole previously competed with Brittany Vise, with whom he had a lot of success on the junior level, winning five medals on the Junior Grand Prix, including the silver medal at the 2005 Junior Grand Prix Final. They placed sixth at the 2004 World Junior Figure Skating Championships. They competed three times as seniors on the Grand Prix circuit. Their highest placement was fifth at the 2005 NHK Trophy. Vise & Kole announced the end of their partnership on March 6, 2006.

Before that, Kole had competed with Maroc Fassel from 1997 to 1999. Kole and his on and off ice partner Amber Wehrle were married on May 28, 2009. Kole and Kole retired from competitive skating November 2009 following the 2010 Midwestern Sectional Championships.

Kole, along with his wife, currently coach full-time at South Suburban Ice Arena in Centennial, Colorado.



(with Vise)

Event 2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06
World Junior Championships 10th 6th
U.S. Championships 6th N. 3rd N. 2nd J. 8th 8th 9th
Skate Canada International 7th
Cup of Russia 7th
NHK Trophy 5th
ISU Junior Grand Prix Final 6th
ISU Junior Grand Prix, Finland 2nd
ISU Junior Grand Prix, Germany 2nd
ISU Junior Grand Prix, USA 4th
ISU Junior Grand Prix, Mexico 2nd

(with Wehrle)

Event 2006 2007
U.S. Championships 16th 13th
Midwestern Sectionals 2nd
  • N = Novice level; J = Junior level

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