|Full name||Judith Kay Schwomeyer|
|Alternative names||Judy Sladky|
|Country represented||United States|
|Born||November 14, 1950|
|Former coach||Ron Ludington|
|Skating club||WC of Indianapolis|
Judith Kay Schwomeyer (married name Sladky; born November 14, 1950) is an American actress and former competitive ice dancer. With her skating partner and then-husband, Jim Sladky, she became a four-time World medalist (silver in 1970; bronze in 1969, 1971, 1972) and five-time U.S. national champion (1968–1972).
Judith Kay Schwomeyer was born on November 14, 1950. She graduated from Shortridge High School in Indianapolis. She is the daughter of Herb Schwomeyer, a Butler University coach and administrator, and sister of Sandy Lamb, an ice dancing coach.
They were coached by Ron Ludington. Together with Ludington, Schwomeyer/Sladky created the Yankee Polka compulsory dance. They first performed it as a competitive program in 1969. Following their retirement from competitive skating, the duo skated professionally.
They were inducted into the United States Figure Skating Hall of Fame in 1991.
|North American Champ.||3rd||2nd||1st|
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