Lisovsky with Vorobieva in October 1979
|Full name||Igor Olegovich Lisovsky|
|Alternative names||Lisovski, Lisovskiy|
|Country represented||Soviet Union|
|Former partner||Irina Vorobieva|
|Former coach||Tamara Moskvina
Igor Olegovich Lisovsky (Russian: Игорь Олегович Лисовский; born in 1954) is a former Soviet pair skater. With partner and then-wife Irina Vorobieva, he is the 1981 World champion and the 1981 European champion. They were coached by Tamara Moskvina.
He currently coaches in Missouri.
|Season||Short program||Long program||Exhibition|
|1980–1981||The Star and Death of Joaquin Murrieta
( Звезда и смерть Хоакина Мурьеты )
by Alexei Rybnikov and Pavel Grushko
|Prize of Moscow News||3rd||1st||1st|
Lisovsky currently coaches at Brentwood Ice Arena in St. Louis, Missouri. He has received the St. Louis Youth Coach of the Year award from the St. Louis Sports Commission.
- New York Times: Soviet Streak in Pairs Ended by East Germans
- Pairs on Ice: Vorobieva & Lisovsky
- Skatabase: 1980s Worlds
- Skatabase: 1980s Europeans