No, figure skating is in the Winter Olympics and will be competed in the upcoming 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
its in the winter Olympics not the summer Olympics..........
No, Figure Skating is a sport in the Winter Olympics only.
Yes it is!!
Only ice skating. Gymnastics is in the summer Olympics.
No because the ice has melted.
Figure skating and ice hockey. Figure skating and ice hockey debuted in the Olympics before the creation of the Winter Games. Figure skating's first Olympics was 1908 and ice hockey's was 1920. The first Winter Olympics were held in 1924.
Figure skating's first appearance in the Olympics was the 1908 Summer Games in London.
The first figure skating competition at the Olympics was at the 1908 Games in London.
was there a time when figure skating not contested in the olympics
Prior to the first Winter Olympics in 1924, both ice hockey and figure skating were competed at the Summer Olympics. Once the Winter Olympics started, those two sports moved from the Summer Games to the Winter Games.
Ice hockey and figure skating.Ice hockey was first competed in 1920 and figure skating in 1908. The first Winter Olympics were in 1924.
She is a Korean ice-skater that won the gold medal in ice skating in the 2010 Winter Olympics. She is very skilled at ice skating.
Events that have been competed since the first Winter Olympics in 1924: 1) Men's singles figure skating. 2) Women's singles figure skating. 3) Mixed pairs figure skating. 4) Four man bobsleigh. 5) Men's ice hockey. 6) Men's 50 km cross country skiing. 7) Nordic combined. 8) Men's normal hill ski jumping. 9) Men's 500 meter speed skating. 10) Men's 1500 meter speed skating. 11) Men's 5000 meter speed skating. 12) Men's 10000 meter speed skating. Both figure skating and ice hockey were competed before the start of the Winter Olympics in 1924. Ice hockey debuted at the 1920 Summer Games in Antwerp and figure skating debuted at the 1908 Summer Games in London. Once the Winter Olympics were established, both switched from the Summer Games to the Winter Games.