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Figure skating has been in the Winter Olympics since 1924 the first game in France

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How many years has figure skating been in the Olympics?

Figure skating has been in the Winter Olympics since 1924 the first game in France


How long was figure skating have been part of the Olympics?

Figure skating has been part of the olympic games since 1908, where it was first part of the summer Olympics. In 1924, it was first introduced to the winter Olympics. Your question does not specify which Olympics, but it was in the summer Olympics 102 years ago. It has been in the winter Olympics for 86 years, and been in all 21 winter Olympic games since then.


When did figure skating become a Winter Olympic sport?

44 years ago Not so. Figure Skating first appeared in 1908 at the London Summer Games featuring 4 events (one being "special figures" that afterward was not contested separately from the singles event). Figure Skating next appeared at the 1924 Winter Olympics held in Chamonix, France and with the exception of the 1940 and 1944 Games that were suspended because of WW II, figure skating has been a permanent fixture at the Winter Olympics. So figure skating has been a Winter Olympics sport for 88 years - double your 44.


What years was Sonja Henie in the Olympics?

Ms Heine won the gold medal in figure skating in the Winter Olympics of 1928, 1932, and 1936.


12 years ago today 15 year old Tara Lipinski won gold in what Winter Olympics event?

Figure Skating.


When did ice skating become a sport in the Winter Olympics?

1908, London, that is 16 years before the first Winter Olympics!


How old do you have to be to go to the winter Olympics for figure skating?

the youngest would be 16 years of age but not many get to go to the Olympics at that age but you never know when you have a great drive and compassion for the sport source: my brain and im a figure skater


Youngest Olympic figure skating gold medalist?

Tara Lipinski was the youngest figure skating gold medalist. She won it when she was 15 years old in the 1998 Olympics.


Who is the youngest female to compete in an Olympics?

Cecilia Colledge of Great Britain was 11 years, 73 days old when she competed in ladies singles figure skating at the 1932 Winter Games in Lake Placid. She finished 8th. Cecilia came back four years later to the 1936 Winter Games and won a silver medal in ladies singles figure skating.


What is Canada ranked in speed skating?

Canada is one of the top speed skating countries in the world. This years winter Olympics will tell us where we stand.


What is the youngest age that you can be in the Olympics?

15 years(normal Olympics), 17 years in winter Olympics(a top Japanese figure skater who was 16, turning 17 after the winter olypmics, was not allowed to join.)


How old was Tara Lipinski when she won the Olympic gold medal?

Tara Lipinski was 15 years old when she won a gold medal for Ladies' Figure Skating at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan. She became the youngest Olympic gold medalist in ladies' figure skating in an individual event.


Who is the Olympics?

Olympics is not a person , it is an event held every 2 years in different countries in Olympics there are games like for winter there is skiing, skating , snowboarding and summer is swimming, gymnastics also one year its summer and the year after the year after that its in winter


How many years do the winter Olympics occur?

The winter Olympics is every 4 years


The winter Olympics occur how many years?

There is a winter Olympics every four years.


Who is the oldest person to complete for US in the winter Olympics?

Joseph Savage who, at 52 years and 267 days, competed in pairs figure skating at the 1932 Winter Games in Lake Placid. He and his partner, 39 year old Gertrude Meredith, finished 7th.


How old was Sonja Henie in the 1924 Olympics?

Sonja Henie (born April 8, 1912) was 11 years old when she finished 8th in Ladies Singles figure skating at the 1924 Winter Games in Chamonix, France.


When is next Winter Olympics?

the winter Olympics occurs every 4 years, 2 years after each summer Olympics.


When and where was figure skating invented?

Skating itself was first brought to America in the 1740's. Figure skating was developed several years later in the U.S.


What years did the US win the winter Olympics?

we won the 2010 winter olympics


How far are winter Olympics apart?

the Winter Olympics are 4 years apart, the next winter Olympics will be in Russia in 2014


When did Nancy Kerrigan start figure skating?

Nancy Kerrigan first started figure skating when she was 6 years old.


How often do the winter Olympics occure?

The Winter Olympics, like the Summer Olympics, occur every four years. The Winter and Summer Games are separated by two years so that there can be an Olympics every two years.


How many years are there between the winter Olympics?

The winter Olympics happens once every 4 years.4 years


What are the age restrictions in the Olympics?

The International Federation of Gymnastics has a requirement of an athlete turning 16 years old in the Olympic year to compete. Figure skating has an age requirement of turning 15 by July 1 of the year before the Winter Olympics to compete. Other than that, there are no age requirements.