2002 in Sports - Figure Skating

Figure Skating

  • World Figure Skating Championships –
    • Men's champion: Alexei Yagudin, Russia
    • Ladies' champion: Irina Slutskaya, Russia
    • Pair skating champions: Shen Xue & Zhao Hongbo, China
    • Ice dancing champions: Irina Lobacheva & Ilia Averbukh, Russia
  • 2002 Winter Olympics –
    • Men's champion: Alexei Yagudin, Russia
    • Ladies' champion: Sarah Hughes, United States
    • Pair skating champions: Yelena Berezhnaya & Anton Sikharulidze, Russia and Jamie Salé & David Pelletier, Canada
    • Ice dancing champions: Marina Anissina & Gwendal Peizerat, France

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