Mens figure skating, womans figure skating, pair skating, and dance skating.
There are 4 figure skating events: Men's Singles, Woman's Singles, Pairs, and Ice Dancing. With 3 medals( Gold, Silver, Bronze) for each of those events there are 12.
Sixteen: 4 man bobsled,Biathlon, Curling, Men's Figure Skating, Women's Figure Skating, Pair's Figure Skating, Hockey, 18k Cross-Country Skiing, 50k Cross-Country Skiing, Ski Jumping, Nordic Combined Skiing, Speed Skating 500m, Speed Skating 1500m, Speed Skating 5000m, Speed Skating 10,000m, Combined Skiing
There are four Winter Olympic events that are held indoors. They are speed skating, figure skating, curling and ice hockey.
Women's figure skating.
Archery, figure skating and tennis
There is: Alpine skiing, biathlon, bobsleigh, cross-country skiing, curling, figure skating, freestyle skiing, ice Hockey, luge, nordic combined, short track speed skating, skeleton, ski jumping, snowboarding, speed skating. Note that each sport has different events i.e. figure skating contains pair figure skating, women's figure skating, men's figure skating, and ice dancing.
The four events are: short program, long program, freestyle, expedition.
1. ice dancing 2. pairs skating 3. figure skating 4. synchronized skating
Bobsleding, Lusing , different ski events/challenges, speed skating, figure skating
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.
Speed skating, figure skating, curling, and hockey.
Arguably, Michelle Kwan is the greatest female figure skater of all time. She is definitely the most decorated US figure skater to date. Here are her records in the major events of figure skating championships: 1. 29 Gold medals 2. 13 Silver medals 3. 4 Bronze medals 4. 52 events entered
28, all in figure skating events.
Most people call it figure skating, but figure skating can be referred to as the more vauge term, ice skating.
Bobsliegh,curling,figure skating,ice hockey,military patrol,nordic skiing, and speed skating. So 7
In Vancouver, Canada more specifically in the Pacific Colosseum
It's 16 for all events in both Winter and Summer Olympics
Pairs skating fits under the category of the sport 'figure skating'. In figure skating, there are 3 main categories that compete: singles, pairs, and ice dance. There's also synchronized skating, which doesn't generally compete at the same events as the others. Out of singles, pairs, and ice dance, pairs is the most dangerous. Basically everything is done with your partner, including throws, side-by-side jumps, spins, and lifts.
Figure skating started around 3000 BC. Figure skating competitions were first played in Europe in 1891. World figure skating started in 1896.
Ice skating is more just skating for fun and figure skating is doing spins and jumps Ice skating is any type of skating and figure skating is dancing on ice Whoever put that is wrong! Ice Skating is a sport that just sums up every thing you do on ice... it is a category of all the skating activities on ice! True figure skating is like dancing and spinning (i should know i have won a figure skating Competition!) But it is just a category!
Figure skating originated in Poland.