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List of Olympic medalists in figure skating by age

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34-year-old Aliona Savchenko of Germany won her first gold medal during her fifth Olympics, becoming one of the oldest Olympic figure skating champions.
34-year-old Aliona Savchenko of Germany won her first gold medal during her fifth Olympics, becoming one of the oldest Olympic figure skating champions.

Figure skating has been part of the Olympic Games since 1908 and has been included in 25 Olympic Games. There have been 271 medals (91 gold, 90 silver, and 90 bronze) awarded to figure skaters representing 29 representing National Olympic Committees (NOCs). Six events have been contested but one, men's special figures, was discontinued after a single Olympics. The team event is the newest Olympic figure skating event, first contested in the 2014 Games. It combines the four Olympic figure skating disciplines (men's singles, ladies' singles, pairs, and ice dance) into a single event with the team earning the most placement points winning gold.

German figure skater Maxi Herber is the youngest Olympic figure skating champion (at the age of 15 years and 128 days) when she won gold in pair skating together with Ernst Baier at the 1936 Winter Olympics.

American figure skater Scott Allen is the youngest Olympic medalist in figure skating. He won the bronze medal at the 1964 Winter Olympics two days before his 15th birthday.

Finnish figure skater Walter Jakobsson is the oldest Olympic figure skating champion. At age 38, he won the gold medal with his partner Ludowika Jakobsson at the 1920 Olympics.

British figure skater Edgar Syers is the oldest Olympic medalist in figure skating. At age 45, he won the bronze medal with his wife Madge Syers at the 1908 Olympics.

Medalists

The following lists show the Olympic medalists in figure skating ordered by the age of the skater, or by the average age of the two skaters.

Men's singles

Rank Age Nation & Name Games Medal Date of Birth Date of Event Notes
1 14 years, 363 days United States Scott Allen 1964 Innsbruck Bronze February 8, 1949 February 6, 1964
2 18 years, 107 days Belgium Robert Van Zeebroeck 1928 St. Moritz Bronze October 31, 1909 February 15, 1928
3 18 years, 129 days United States Ronald Robertson 1956 Cortina d'Ampezzo Silver September 25, 1937 February 1, 1956
4 18 years, 202 days United States Dick Button 1948 St Moritz Gold July 18, 1929 February 5, 1948 His 1st medal
5 18 years, 238 days Soviet Union Viktor Petrenko 1988 Calgary Bronze June 27, 1969 February 20, 1988 His 1st medal
6 18 years, 283 days United States Nathan Chen 2018 Pyeongchang Bronze May 5, 1999 February 12, 2018 In team event
7 19 years, 30 days France Patrick Péra 1968 Grenoble Bronze January 17, 1949 February 16, 1968 His 1st medal
8 19 years, 56 days United States Jason Brown 2014 Sochi Bronze December 15, 1994 February 9, 2014 In team event
9 19 years, 69 days Japan Yuzuru Hanyu 2014 Sochi Gold December 7, 1994 February 14, 2014 His 1st medal
10 19 years, 103 days Russia Evgeni Plushenko 2002 Salt Lake City Silver November 3, 1982 February 14, 2002 His 1st medal
11 19 years, 217 days United States David Jenkins 1956 Cortina d'Ampezzo Bronze June 29, 1936 February 1, 1956 His 1st medal
12 19 years, 240 days United States Tim Wood 1968 Grenoble Silver June 21, 1948 February 16, 1968
13 19 years, 299 days Switzerland Georges Gautschi 1924 Chamonix Bronze April 6, 1904 January 30, 1924
14 19 years, 330 days Canada Donald Jackson 1960 Squaw Valley Bronze April 2, 1940 February 26, 1960
15 20 years, 62 days Japan Shoma Uno 2018 Pyeongchang Silver December 17, 1997 February 17, 2018
16 20 years, 74 days Czechoslovakia Jozef Sabovčík 1984 Sarajevo Bronze December 4, 1963 February 16, 1984
17 20 years, 76 days United States James Grogan 1952 Oslo Bronze December 7, 1931 February 21, 1952
18 20 years, 94 days Russia Alexei Urmanov 1994 Lillehammer Gold November 17, 1973 February 19, 1994
19 20 years, 155 days Austria Wolfgang Schwarz 1968 Grenoble Gold September 14, 1947 February 16, 1968
20 20 years, 246 days Kazakhstan Denis Ten 2014 Sochi Bronze June 13, 1993 February 14, 2014
21 20 years, 267 days Russia Ilia Kulik 1998 Nagano Gold May 23, 1977 February 14, 1998
22 20 years, 280 days Germany Manfred Schnelldorfer 1964 Innsbruck Gold May 2, 1943 February 6, 1964
23 20 years, 320 days Switzerland Stéphane Lambiel 2006 Torino Silver April 2, 1985 February 16, 2006
24 21 years, 20 days Czechoslovakia Ondrej Nepela 1972 Sapporo Gold January 22, 1951 February 11, 1972
25 21 years, 31 days Austria Felix Kaspar 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen Bronze January 14, 1915 February 14, 1936
26 21 years, 157 days United States Timothy Goebel 2002 Salt Lake City Bronze September 10, 1980 February 14, 2002
27 21 years, 333 days Russia Alexei Yagudin 2002 Salt Lake City Gold March 18, 1980 February 14, 2002
28 21 years, 334 days Canada Elvis Stojko 1994 Lillehammer Silver March 22, 1972 February 19, 1994 His 1st medal
29 22 years, 2 days France Philippe Candeloro 1994 Lillehammer Bronze February 17, 1972 February 19, 1994 His 1st medal
30 22 years, 60 days Canada Brian Orser 1984 Sarajevo Silver December 18, 1961 February 16, 1984 His 1st medal
31 22 years, 173 days Canada Montgomery Wilson 1932 Lake Placid Bronze August 20, 1909 February 9, 1932
32 22 years, 188 days United Kingdom Robin Cousins 1980 Lake Placid Gold August 17, 1957 February 21, 1980
33 22 years, 218 days United States Dick Button 1952 Oslo Gold July 18, 1929 February 21, 1952 His 2nd medal
34 22 years, 233 days International Olympic Committee Viktor Petrenko 1992 Albertville Gold June 27, 1969 February 15, 1992 His 2nd medal
35 22 years, 241 days Austria Hellmut Seibt 1952 Oslo Silver June 25, 1929 February 21, 1952
36 22 years, 268 days Austria Karl Schäfer 1932 Lake Placid Gold May 17, 1909 February 9, 1932 His 1st medal
37 22 years, 315 days United States Hayes Alan Jenkins 1956 Cortina d'Ampezzo Gold March 23, 1933 February 1, 1956
38 22 years, 359 days International Olympic Committee Mikhail Kolyada 2018 Pyeongchang Silver February 18, 1995 February 12, 2018 In team event
39 23 years, 9 days Soviet Union Vladimir Kovalev 1976 Innsbruck Silver February 2, 1953 February 11, 1976
40 23 years, 25 days France Patrick Péra 1972 Sapporo Bronze January 17, 1949 February 11, 1972 His 2nd medal
41 23 years, 40 days Canada Patrick Chan 2014 Sochi Silver December 31, 1990 February 9, 2014 In team event; his 1st medal
42 23 years, 45 days Canada Patrick Chan 2014 Sochi Silver December 31, 1990 February 14, 2014 His 2nd medal
43 23 years, 72 days Japan Yuzuru Hanyu 2018 Pyeongchang Gold December 7, 1994 February 17, 2018 His 2nd medal
44 23 years, 105 days Russia Evgeni Plushenko 2006 Torino Gold November 3, 1982 February 16, 2006 His 2nd medal
45 23 years, 159 days France Alain Calmat 1964 Innsbruck Silver August 31, 1940 February 6, 1964
46 23 years, 168 days Canada Jeffrey Buttle 2006 Torino Bronze September 1, 1982 February 16, 2006
47 23 years, 201 days Canada Kevin Reynolds 2014 Sochi Silver July 23, 1990 February 9, 2014 In team event
48 23 years, 242 days United States David Jenkins 1960 Squaw Valley Gold June 29, 1936 February 26, 1960 His 2nd medal
49 23 years, 277 days Sweden Per Thorén 1908 London Bronze January 26, 1885 October 29, 1908
50 23 years, 339 days Japan Daisuke Takahashi 2010 Vancouver Bronze March 16, 1986 February 18, 2010
51 24 years, 4 days Czechoslovakia Karol Divín 1960 Squaw Valley Silver February 22, 1936 February 26, 1960
52 24 years, 118 days East Germany Jan Hoffmann 1980 Lake Placid Silver October 26, 1955 February 21, 1980
53 24 years, 121 days United States Brian Boitano 1988 Calgary Gold October 22, 1963 February 20, 1988
54 24 years, 259 days United States Evan Lysacek 2010 Vancouver Gold June 4, 1985 February 18, 2010
55 25 years, 145 days Austria Edi Rada 1948 St Moritz Bronze September 13, 1922 February 5, 1948
56 25 years, 172 days United States Scott Hamilton 1984 Sarajevo Gold August 28, 1958 February 16, 1984
57 25 years, 293 days Norway Andreas Krogh 1920 Antwerp Silver July 9, 1894 April 27, 1920
58 25 years, 329 days Canada Elvis Stojko 1998 Nagano Silver March 22, 1972 February 14, 1998 His 2nd medal
59 25 years, 343 days Czechoslovakia Petr Barna 1992 Albertville Bronze March 9, 1966 February 15, 1992
60 25 years, 362 days France Philippe Candeloro 1998 Nagano Bronze February 17, 1972 February 14, 1998 His 2nd medal
61 26 years, 30 days Soviet Union Sergei Chetverukhin 1972 Sapporo Silver January 12, 1946 February 11, 1972
62 26 years, 64 days Canada Brian Orser 1988 Calgary Silver December 18, 1961 February 20, 1988 His 2nd medal
63 26 years, 100 days United States Charles Tickner 1980 Lake Placid Bronze November 13, 1953 February 21, 1980
64 26 years, 133 days Sweden Richard Johansson 1908 London Silver June 18, 1882 October 29, 1908
65 26 years, 155 days United Kingdom John Curry 1976 Innsbruck Gold September 9, 1949 February 11, 1976
66 26 years, 229 days Switzerland Hans Gerschwiler 1948 St Moritz Silver June 21, 1921 February 5, 1948
67 26 years, 273 days Austria Karl Schäfer 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen Gold May 17, 1909 February 14, 1936 His 2nd medal
68 26 years, 297 days Canada Toller Cranston 1976 Innsbruck Bronze April 20, 1949 February 11, 1976
69 26 years, 308 days Spain Javier Fernández 2018 Pyeongchang Bronze April 15, 1991 February 17, 2018
70 26 years, 325 days Sweden Gillis Grafström 1920 Antwerp Gold June 7, 1893 April 27, 1920 His 1st medal
71 27 years, 43 days Canada Patrick Chan 2018 Pyeongchang Gold December 31, 1990 February 12, 2018 In team event; his 3rd medal
72 27 years, 107 days Russia Evgeni Plushenko 2010 Vancouver Silver November 3, 1982 February 18, 2010 His 3rd medal
73 27 years, 110 days United States Paul Wylie 1992 Albertville Silver October 28, 1964 February 15, 1992
74 28 years, 93 days United States Adam Rippon 2018 Pyeongchang Bronze November 11, 1989 February 12, 2018 In team event
75 28 years, 249 days United States Jeremy Abbott 2014 Sochi Bronze June 5, 1985 February 9, 2014 In team event
76 30 years, 140 days Germany Ernst Baier 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen Silver September 27, 1905 February 14, 1936 Baier's 2nd medal [a]
77 30 years, 237 days Sweden Gillis Grafström 1924 Chamonix Gold June 7, 1893 January 30, 1924 His 2nd medal
78 31 years, 3 days Austria Willy Böckl 1924 Chamonix Silver January 27, 1893 January 30, 1924 His 1st medal
79 31 years, 83 days Sweden Ulrich Salchow 1908 London Gold August 7, 1877 October 29, 1908
80 31 years, 98 days Russia Evgeni Plushenko 2014 Sochi Gold November 3, 1982 February 9, 2014 In team event; his 4th medal
81 34 years, 253 days Sweden Gillis Grafström 1928 St. Moritz Gold June 7, 1893 February 15, 1928 His 3rd medal
82 35 years, 19 days Austria Willy Böckl 1928 St. Moritz Silver January 27, 1893 February 15, 1928 His 2nd medal
83 38 years, 247 days Sweden Gillis Grafström 1932 Lake Placid Silver June 7, 1893 February 9, 1932 His 4th medal
84 44 years, 78 days Norway Martin Stixrud 1920 Antwerp Bronze February 9, 1876 April 27, 1920

Men's special figures

Rank Age Nation & Name Games Medal Date of Birth Date of Event Notes
1 19 years, 174 days United Kingdom Arthur Cumming 1908 London Silver May 8, 1889 October 29, 1908
2 36 years, 295 days Russian Empire Nikolai Panin 1908 London Gold January 8, 1872 October 29, 1908
3 44 years, 185 days United Kingdom Geoffrey Hall-Say 1908 London Bronze April 27, 1864 October 29, 1908

Ladies' singles

Rank Age Nation & Name Games Medal Date of Birth Date of Event Notes
1 15 years, 79 days United Kingdom Cecilia Colledge 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen Silver November 28, 1920 February 15, 1936
2 15 years, 249 days Russia Yulia Lipnitskaya 2014 Sochi Gold June 5, 1998 February 9, 2014 In team event
3 15 years, 255 days United States Tara Lipinski 1998 Nagano Gold June 10, 1982 February 20, 1998
4 15 years, 261 days Austria Ingrid Wendl 1956 Cortina d'Ampezzo Bronze May 17, 1940 February 2, 1956
5 15 years, 270 days International Olympic Committee Alina Zagitova 2018 Pyeongchang Silver May 18, 2002 February 12, 2018 In team event; her 1st medal
6 15 years, 281 days International Olympic Committee Alina Zagitova 2018 Pyeongchang Gold May 18, 2002 February 23, 2018 Her 2nd medal
7 15 years, 316 days Norway Sonja Henie 1928 St. Moritz Gold April 8, 1912 February 18, 1928 Her 1st medal
8 16 years, 13 days United States Carol Heiss 1956 Cortina d'Ampezzo Silver January 20, 1940 February 2, 1956 Her 1st medal
9 16 years, 101 days Ukraine Oksana Baiul 1994 Lillehammer Gold November 16, 1977 February 25, 1994
10 16 years, 217 days United States Tenley Albright 1952 Oslo Silver July 18, 1935 February 20, 1952 Her 1st medal
11 16 years, 295 days United States Sarah Hughes 2002 Salt Lake City Gold May 2, 1985 February 21, 2002
12 17 years, 77 days Canada Petra Burka 1964 Innsbruck Bronze November 17, 1946 February 2, 1964
13 17 years, 93 days China Chen Lu 1994 Lillehammer Bronze November 24, 1976 February 25, 1994 Her 1st medal
14 17 years, 150 days United Kingdom Jeannette Altwegg 1948 St. Moritz Bronze September 8, 1930 February 5, 1948 Her 1st medal
15 17 years, 228 days United States Michelle Kwan 1998 Nagano Silver July 7, 1980 February 20, 1998 Her 1st medal
16 17 years, 234 days Russia Adelina Sotnikova 2014 Sochi Gold July 1, 1996 February 20, 2014
17 17 years, 257 days Austria Fritzi Burger 1928 St. Moritz Silver June 6, 1910 February 18, 1928 Her 1st medal
18 18 years, 26 days Netherlands Sjoukje Dijkstra 1960 Squaw Valley Silver January 28, 1942 February 23, 1960 Her 1st medal
19 18 years, 66 days Canada Kaetlyn Osmond 2014 Sochi Silver December 5, 1995 February 9, 2014 In team event; her 1st medal
20 18 years, 77 days East Germany Katarina Witt 1984 Sarajevo Gold December 3, 1965 February 18, 1984 Her 1st medal
21 18 years, 85 days International Olympic Committee Evgenia Medvedeva 2018 Pyeongchang Silver November 19, 1999 February 12, 2018 In team event; her 1st medal
22 18 years, 96 days International Olympic Committee Evgenia Medvedeva 2018 Pyeongchang Silver November 19, 1999 February 23, 2018 Her 2nd medal
23 18 years, 137 days Czechoslovakia Hana Mašková 1968 Grenoble Bronze September 26, 1949 February 10, 1968
24 18 years, 176 days United States Gracie Gold 2014 Sochi Bronze August 17, 1995 February 9, 2014 In team event
25 18 years, 307 days United States Janet Lynn 1972 Sapporo Bronze April 6, 1953 February 7, 1972
26 18 years, 323 days United States Barbara Roles 1960 Squaw Valley Bronze April 6, 1941 February 23, 1960
27 19 years, 46 days East Germany Christine Errath 1976 Innsbruck Bronze December 29, 1956 February 13, 1976
28 19 years, 79 days East Germany Gabriele Seyfert 1968 Grenoble Silver November 23, 1948 February 10, 1968
29 19 years, 153 days Japan Mao Asada 2010 Vancouver Silver September 25, 1990 February 25, 2010
30 19 years, 172 days East Germany Anett Pötzsch 1980 Lake Placid Gold September 3, 1960 February 22, 1980
31 19 years, 173 days South Korea Yuna Kim 2010 Vancouver Gold September 5, 1990 February 25, 2010 Her 1st medal
32 19 years, 198 days United States Peggy Fleming 1968 Grenoble Gold July 27, 1948 February 10, 1968
33 19 years, 202 days United States Dorothy Hamill 1976 Innsbruck Gold July 26, 1956 February 13, 1976
34 19 years, 204 days United States Linda Fratianne 1980 Lake Placid Silver August 2, 1960 February 22, 1980
35 19 years, 272 days Canada Barbara-Ann Scott 1948 St. Moritz Gold May 9, 1928 February 5, 1948
36 19 years, 304 days United States Rosalynn Sumners 1984 Sarajevo Silver April 20, 1964 February 18, 1984
37 19 years, 308 days Norway Sonja Henie 1932 Lake Placid Gold April 8, 1912 February 10, 1932 Her 2nd medal
38 19 years, 309 days Canada Karen Magnussen 1972 Sapporo Silver April 4, 1952 February 7, 1972
39 19 years, 351 days Austria Regine Heitzer 1964 Innsbruck Silver February 16, 1944 February 2, 1964
40 20 years, 12 days United States Bradie Tennell 2018 Pyeongchang Bronze January 31, 1998 February 12, 2018 In team event
41 20 years, 30 days Canada Gabrielle Daleman 2018 Pyeongchang Gold January 13, 1998 February 12, 2018 In team event
42 20 years, 34 days United States Carol Heiss 1960 Squaw Valley Gold January 20, 1940 February 23, 1960 Her 2nd medal
43 20 years, 86 days Netherlands Dianne de Leeuw 1976 Innsbruck Silver November 19, 1955 February 13, 1976
44 20 years, 121 days United States Maribel Vinson 1932 Lake Placid Bronze October 12, 1911 February 10, 1932
45 20 years, 124 days Austria Eva Pawlik 1948 St. Moritz Silver October 4, 1927 February 5, 1948
46 20 years, 199 days United States Tenley Albright 1956 Cortina d'Ampezzo Gold July 18, 1935 February 2, 1956 Her 2nd medal
47 20 years, 224 days United States Kristi Yamaguchi 1992 Albertville Gold July 12, 1971 February 21, 1992
48 20 years, 298 days Austria Trixi Schuba 1972 Sapporo Gold April 15, 1951 February 7, 1972
49 20 years, 339 days United States Debi Thomas 1988 Calgary Bronze March 25, 1967 February 27, 1988
50 21 years, 35 days West Germany Dagmar Lurz 1980 Lake Placid Bronze January 18, 1959 February 22, 1980
51 21 years, 39 days Soviet Union Kira Ivanova 1984 Sarajevo Bronze January 10, 1963 February 18, 1984
52 21 years, 78 days France Jacqueline du Bief 1952 Oslo Bronze December 4, 1930 February 20, 1952
53 21 years, 88 days China Chen Lu 1998 Nagano Bronze November 24, 1976 February 20, 1998 Her 2nd medal
54 21 years, 120 days United States Sasha Cohen 2006 Torino Silver October 26, 1984 February 23, 2006
55 21 years, 165 days United Kingdom Jeannette Altwegg 1952 Oslo Gold September 8, 1930 February 20, 1952 Her 2nd medal
56 21 years, 229 days United States Michelle Kwan 2002 Salt Lake City Bronze July 7, 1980 February 21, 2002 Her 2nd medal
57 21 years, 249 days Austria Fritzi Burger 1932 Lake Placid Silver June 6, 1910 February 10, 1932 Her 2nd medal
58 21 years, 343 days Austria Herma Szabo 1924 Chamonix Gold February 22, 1902 January 31, 1924
59 22 years, 5 days Netherlands Sjoukje Dijkstra 1964 Innsbruck Gold January 28, 1942 February 2, 1964 Her 2nd medal
60 22 years, 69 days Canada Kaetlyn Osmond 2018 Pyeongchang Gold December 5, 1995 February 12, 2018 In team event; her 2nd medal
61 22 years, 80 days Canada Kaetlyn Osmond 2018 Pyeongchang Bronze December 5, 1995 February 23, 2018 Her 3rd medal
62 22 years, 86 days East Germany Katarina Witt 1988 Calgary Gold December 3, 1965 February 27, 1988 Her 2nd medal
63 22 years, 131 days United States Nancy Kerrigan 1992 Albertville Bronze October 13, 1969 February 21, 1992 Her 1st medal
64 22 years, 192 days Japan Midori Ito 1992 Albertville Silver August 13, 1969 February 21, 1992
65 22 years, 204 days Canada Elizabeth Manley 1988 Calgary Silver August 7, 1965 February 27, 1988 Her 3rd medal
66 22 years, 269 days United States Ashley Wagner 2014 Sochi Bronze May 16, 1991 February 9, 2014 In team event
67 22 years, 292 days German Empire Elsa Rendschmidt 1908 London Silver January 11, 1886 October 29, 1908
68 23 years, 12 days Russia Irina Slutskaya 2002 Salt Lake City Silver February 9, 1979 February 21, 2002 Her 1st medal
69 23 years, 168 days South Korea Yuna Kim 2014 Sochi Silver September 5, 1990 February 20, 2014 Her 2nd medal
70 23 years, 215 days United States Beatrix Loughran 1924 Chamonix Silver June 30, 1900 January 31, 1924 Her 1st medal [b]
71 23 years, 313 days Norway Sonja Henie 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen Gold April 8, 1912 February 15, 1936 Her 3rd medal
72 24 years, 43 days Canada Joannie Rochette 2010 Vancouver Bronze January 13, 1986 February 25, 2010
73 24 years, 56 days Japan Shizuka Arakawa 2006 Torino Gold December 29, 1981 February 23, 2006
74 24 years, 135 days United States Nancy Kerrigan 1994 Lillehammer Silver October 13, 1969 February 25, 1994 Her 2nd medal
75 24 years, 174 days Sweden Vivi-Anne Hultén 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen Bronze August 25, 1911 February 15, 1936
76 24 years, 203 days Sweden Svea Norén 1920 Antwerp Silver October 5, 1895 April 25, 1920
77 24 years, 302 days United States Mirai Nagasu 2018 Pyeongchang Bronze April 16, 1993 February 12, 2018 In team event
78 25 years, 276 days Sweden Magda Julin 1920 Antwerp Gold July 24, 1894 April 25, 1920
79 26 years, 32 days United Kingdom Dorothy Greenhough-Smith 1908 London Bronze September 27, 1882 October 29, 1908
80 26 years, 248 days United States Theresa Weld 1920 Antwerp Bronze August 21, 1893 April 25, 1920
81 27 years, 12 days Italy Carolina Kostner 2014 Sochi Bronze February 8, 1987 February 20, 2014
82 27 years, 14 days Russia Irina Slutskaya 2006 Torino Bronze February 9, 1979 February 23, 2006 Her 2nd medal
83 27 years, 43 days United Kingdom Madge Syers 1908 London Gold September 16, 1881 October 29, 1908 Her 1st medal [c]
84 27 years, 233 days United States Beatrix Loughran 1928 St. Moritz Bronze June 30, 1900 February 18, 1928 Her 2nd medal [b]
85 38 years, 246 days United Kingdom Ethel Muckelt 1924 Chamonix Bronze May 30, 1885 January 31, 1924

Pairs

Rank Average Age Age Nation & Name Games Medal Date of Birth Date of Event Notes
1 16 years, 153 days 17 years, 6 days
15 years, 301 days
Austria Ilse Pausin
and Erik Pausin
1936 Garmisch- 
 Partenkirchen
Silver February 7, 1919
April 18, 1920
February 13, 1936
2 17 years, 177 days 16 years, 332 days
18 years, 22 days
Germany Marika Kilius
and Hans-Jürgen Bäumler
1960 
 Squaw Valley
Silver March 24, 1943
January 28, 1942
February 19, 1960 Their 1st medal
3 17 years, 220 days 15 years, 328 days
19 years, 112 days
United States Vivian Joseph
and Ronald Joseph
1964 
 Innsbruck
Bronze March 7, 1948
October 9, 1944
January 29, 1964
4 18 years, 83 days 15 years, 10 days
21 years, 155 days
East Germany Manuela Groß
and Uwe Kagelmann
1972 
 Sapporo
Bronze January 29, 1957
September 6, 1950
February 8, 1972 Their 1st medal
5 18 years, 164 days 15 years, 93 days
21 years, 235 days
Soviet Union Marina Cherkasova
and Sergei Shakhrai
1980 
 Lake Placid
Silver November 17, 1964
June 28, 1958
February 18, 1980
6 18 years, 321 days 16 years, 264 days
21 years, 12 days
Soviet Union Ekaterina Gordeeva
and Sergei Grinkov
1988 
 Calgary
Gold May 28, 1971
February 4, 1967
February 16, 1988 Their 1st medal
7 19 years, 132 days 17 years, 55 days
21 years, 208 days
Canada Suzanne Morrow
and Wallace Diestelmeyer
1948 
 Sankt Moritz
Bronze December 14, 1930
July 14, 1926
February 7, 1948
8 19 years, 164 days 17 years, 222 days
21 years, 106 days
East Germany Manuela Mager
and Uwe Bewersdorf
1980 
 Lake Placid
Bronze July 11, 1962
November 4, 1958
February 18, 1980
9 19 years, 295 days 17 years, 44 days
22 years, 180 days
Canada Debbi Wilkes
and Guy Revell
1964 
 Innsbruck
Silver December 16, 1946
August 2, 1941
January 29, 1964
10 20 years, 298 days 20 years, 122 days
21 years, 108 days
Russia Elena Berezhnaya
and Anton Sikharulidze
1998 
 Nagano
Silver October 11, 1977
October 25, 1976
February 10, 1998 Their 1st medal
11 20 years, 316 days 20 years, 153 days
21 years, 113 days
Soviet Union Larisa Selezneva
and Oleg Makarov
1984 
 Sarajevo
Bronze September 12, 1963
October 22, 1962
February 12, 1984
12 20 years, 360 days 20 years, 132 days
21 years, 222 days
China Zhang Dan
and Zhang Hao
2006 
 Torino
Silver October 4, 1985
July 6, 1984
February 13, 2006
13 21 years, 133 days 19 years, 194 days
23 years, 71 days
East Germany Romy Kermer
and Rolf Österreich
1976 
 Innsbruck
Silver July 28, 1956
November 28, 1952
February 7, 1976
14 21 years, 156 days 20 years, 311 days
22 years, 1 day
Germany Marika Kilius
and Hans-Jürgen Bäumler
1964 
 Innsbruck
Silver March 24, 1943
January 28, 1942
January 29, 1964 Their 2nd medal [d]
15 21 years, 246 days 21 years, 143 days
21 years, 349 days
Hungary Andrea Kékesy
and Ede Király
1948 
 Sankt Moritz
Silver September 17, 1926
February 23, 1926
February 7, 1948
16 21 years, 291 days 19 years, 260 days
23 years, 322 days
Austria Sissy Schwarz
and Kurt Oppelt
1956 Cortina 
 d'Ampezzo
Gold May 19, 1936
March 18, 1932
February 3, 1956
17 21 years, 360 days 22 years, 137 days
21 years, 217 days
France Andrée Joly
and Pierre Brunet
1924 
 Chamonix
Bronze September 16, 1901
June 28, 1902
January 31, 1924 Their 1st medal
18 22 years, 82 days 19 years, 9 days
25 years, 154 days
East Germany Manuela Groß
and Uwe Kagelmann
1976 
 Innsbruck
Bronze January 29, 1957
September 6, 1950
February 7, 1976 Their 2nd medal
19 22 years, 90 days 20 years, 8 days
24 years, 171 days
United States Karol Kennedy
and Peter Kennedy
1952 
 Oslo
Silver February 14, 1932
September 4, 1927
February 22, 1952
20 22 years, 94 days 21 years, 290 days
22 years, 262 days
Canada Barbara Wagner
and Robert Paul
1960 
 Squaw Valley
Gold May 5, 1938
June 2, 1937
February 19, 1960
21 22 years, 117 days 22 years, 44 days
22 years, 189 days
Soviet Union Tatyana Zhuk
and Aleksandr Gorelik
1968 
 Grenoble
Silver January 1, 1946
August 9, 1945
February 14, 1968
22 22 years, 150 days 18 years, 233 days
26 years, 67 days
Germany Margot Glockshuber
and Wolfgang Danne
1968 
 Grenoble
Bronze June 26, 1949
December 9, 1941
February 14, 1968
23 22 years, 244 days 21 years, 39 days
24 years, 82 days
Soviet Union Elena Valova
and Oleg Vasiliev
1984 
 Sarajevo
Gold January 4, 1963
November 22, 1959
February 12, 1984 Their 1st medal
24 22 years, 261 days 22 years, 2 days
23 years, 155 days
Russia Ksenia Stolbova
and Fedor Klimov
2014 
 Sochi
Gold February 7, 1992
September 7, 1990
February 09, 2014 In team event;
their 1st medal
25 22 years, 264 days 22 years, 5 days
23 years, 158 days
Russia Ksenia Stolbova
and Fedor Klimov
2014 
 Sochi
Silver February 7, 1992
September 7, 1990
February 12, 2014 Their 2nd medal
26 22 years, 286 days 23 years, 7 days
22 years, 199 days
Belgium Micheline Lannoy
and Pierre Baugniet
1948 
 Sankt Moritz
Gold January 31, 1925
July 23, 1925
February 7, 1948
27 22 years, 300 days 21 years, 212 days
24 years, 21 days
International Olympic Committee Natalia Mishkutionok
and Artur Dmitriev
1992 
 Albertville
Gold July 14, 1970
January 21, 1968
February 11, 1992 Their 1st medal [e]
28 22 years, 316 days 15 years, 128 days
30 years, 139 days
Germany Maxi Herber
and Ernst Baier
1936 Garmisch- 
 Partenkirchen
Gold October 8, 1920
September 27, 1905
February 13, 1936 Baier's 1st medal [a]
29 22 years, 339 days 22 years, 202 days
23 years, 111 days
Soviet Union Lyudmila Smirnova
and Andrei Suraikin
1972 
 Sapporo
Silver July 21, 1949
October 20, 1948
February 8, 1972
30 23 years, 6 days 20 years, 209 days
25 years, 168 days
United States Nancy Ludington
and Ronald Ludington
1960 
 Squaw Valley
Bronze July 25, 1939
September 4, 1934
February 19, 1960
31 23 years, 123 days 22 years, 149 days
24 years, 96 days
Soviet Union Irina Rodnina
and Alexei Ulanov
1972 
 Sapporo
Gold September 12, 1949
November 4, 1947
February 8, 1972 Rodnina's 1st medal [f]
32 23 years, 232 days 22 years, 258 days
24 years, 205 days
United States Kitty Carruthers
and Peter Carruthers
1984 
 Sarajevo
Silver May 30, 1961
July 22, 1959
February 12, 1984
33 23 years, 300 days 23 years, 40 days
24 years, 193 days
Hungary Marianna Nagy
and László Nagy
1952 
 Oslo
Bronze January 13, 1929
August 13, 1927
February 22, 1952 Their 1st medal
34 24 years, 20 days 22 years, 212 days
25 years, 193 days
China Sui Wenjing
and Han Cong
2018 
 Pyeongchang
Silver July 18, 1995
August 6, 1992
February 15, 2018
35 24 years, 80 days 23 years, 57 days
25 years, 103 days
International Olympic Committee Evgenia Tarasova
and Vladimir Morozov
2018 
 Pyeongchang
Silver December 17, 1994
November 1, 1992
February 12, 2018 In team event
36 24 years, 299 days 24 years, 123 days
25 years, 109 days
Russia Elena Berezhnaya
and Anton Sikharulidze
2002 Salt 
 Lake City
Gold October 11, 1977
October 25, 1976
February 11, 2002 Their 2nd medal
37 24 years, 304 days 23 years, 216 days
26 years, 25 days
Russia Natalia Mishkutionok
and Artur Dmitriev
1994 
 Lillehammer
Silver July 14, 1970
January 21, 1968
February 15, 1994 Their 2nd medal [e]
38 24 years, 307 days 25 years, 157 days
24 years, 91 days
Hungary Emília Rotter
and László Szollás
1932 
 Lake Placid
Bronze September 8, 1906
November 13, 1907
February 12, 1932 Their 1st medal
39 24 years, 320 days 22 years, 263 days
27 years, 11 days
Russia Ekaterina Gordeeva
and Sergei Grinkov
1994 
 Lillehammer
Gold May 28, 1971
February 4, 1967
February 15, 1994 Their 2nd medal
40 24 years, 356 days 23 years, 173 days
26 years, 173 days
United States Marissa Castelli
and Simon Shnapir
2014 
 Sochi
Bronze August 20, 1990
August 20, 1987
February 09, 2014 In team event
41 25 years, 7 days 26 years, 35 days
23 years, 345 days
International Olympic Committee Elena Bechke
and Denis Petrov
1992 
 Albertville
Silver January 7, 1966
March 3, 1968
February 11, 1992
42 25 years, 10 days 26 years, 148 days
23 years, 236 days
Soviet Union Irina Rodnina
and Alexander Zaitsev
1976 
 Innsbruck
Gold September 12, 1949
June 16, 1952
February 7, 1976 Rodnina's 2nd medal [f];
Zaitsev's 1st medal
43 25 years, 61 days 21 years, 198 days
28 years, 289 days
Canada Isabelle Brasseur
and Lloyd Eisler
1992 
 Albertville
Bronze July 28, 1970
April 28, 1963
February 11, 1992 Their 1st medal
44 25 years, 181 days 21 years, 223 days
29 years, 139 days
Canada Kirsten Moore-Towers
and Dylan Moscovitch
2014 
 Sochi
Silver July 1, 1992
September 23, 1984
February 09, 2014 In team event
45 25 years, 226 days 23 years, 301 days
27 years, 151 days
Germany Anna Hübler
and Heinrich Burger
1908 
 London
Gold January 2, 1885
May 31, 1881
October 29, 1908
46 25 years, 297 days 24 years, 307 days
26 years, 287 days
Austria Lilly Scholz
and Otto Kaiser
1928 
 St. Moritz
Silver April 18, 1903
May 8, 1901
February 19, 1928
47 25 years, 299 days 23 years, 90 days
28 years, 142 days
China Shen Xue
and Zhao Hongbo
2002 Salt 
 Lake City
Bronze November 13, 1978
September 22, 1973
February 11, 2002 Their 1st medal
48 26 years, 6 days 24 years, 296 days
27 years, 81 days
Canada Jamie Salé
and David Pelletier
2002 Salt 
 Lake City
Gold April 21, 1977
November 22, 1974
February 11, 2002 Updated from the
silver medal [g]
49 26 years, 14 days 26 years, 156 days
25 years, 236 days
France Andrée Joly
and Pierre Brunet
1928 
 St. Moritz
Gold September 16, 1901
June 28, 1902
February 19, 1928 Their 2nd medal
50 26 years, 58 days 23 years, 181 days
28 years, 301 days
International Olympic Committee Natalya Zabiyako
and Alexander Enbert
2018 
 Pyeongchang
Silver August 15, 1994
April 17, 1989
February 12, 2018 In team event
51 26 years, 164 days 22 years, 308 days
30 years, 20 days
Russia Oksana Kazakova
and Artur Dmitriev
1998 
 Nagano
Gold April 8, 1975
January 21, 1968
February 10, 1998 Dmitriev's 3rd medal [e]
52 26 years, 215 days 24 years, 103 days
28 years, 327 days
Russia Tatiana Totmianina
and Maxim Marinin
2006 
 Torino
Gold November 2, 1981
March 23, 1977
February 13, 2006
53 26 years, 248 days 25 years, 43 days
28 years, 86 days
Soviet Union Elena Valova
and Oleg Vasiliev
1988 
 Calgary
Silver January 4, 1963
November 22, 1959
February 16, 1988 Their 2nd medal
54 26 years, 251 days 24 years, 324 days
28 years, 177 days
United States Jill Watson
and Peter Oppegard
1988 
 Calgary
Bronze March 29, 1963
August 23, 1959
February 16, 1988
55 27 years, 65 days 23 years, 202 days
30 years, 293 days
Canada Isabelle Brasseur
and Lloyd Eisler
1994 
 Lillehammer
Bronze July 28, 1970
April 28, 1963
February 15, 1994 Their 2nd medal
56 27 years, 68 days 21 years, 22 days
33 years, 114 days
Austria Melitta Brunner
and Ludwig Wrede
1928 
 St. Moritz
Bronze January 28, 1907
October 28, 1894
February 19, 1928
57 27 years, 258 days 25 years, 356 days
29 years, 159 days
Austria Helene Engelmann
and Alfred Berger
1924 
 Chamonix
Gold February 9, 1898
August 25, 1894
January 31, 1924
58 27 years, 281 days 27 years, 21 days
28 years, 174 days
Hungary Marianna Nagy
and László Nagy
1956 Cortina 
 d'Ampezzo
Bronze January 13, 1929
August 13, 1927
February 3, 1956 Their 2nd medal
59 27 years, 294 days 26 years, 48 days
29 years, 174 days
Canada Frances Dafoe
and Norris Bowden
1956 Cortina 
 d'Ampezzo
Silver December 17, 1929
August 13, 1926
February 3, 1956
60 27 years, 335 days 24 years, 204 days
31 years, 101 days
Germany Mandy Wötzel
and Ingo Steuer
1998 
 Nagano
Bronze July 21, 1973
November 1, 1966
February 10, 1998
61 28 years, 122 days 26 years, 27 days
30 years, 216 days
Germany Aliona Savchenko
and Robin Szolkowy
2010 
 Vancouver
Bronze January 19, 1984
July 14, 1979
February 15, 2010 Their 1st medal [h]
62 28 years, 174 days 26 years, 247 days
30 years, 99 days
United States Alexa Scimeca Knierim
and Chris Knierim
2018 
 Pyeongchang
Bronze June 10, 1991
November 5, 1987
February 12, 2018 In team event
63 28 years, 221 days 28 years, 63 days
29 years, 13 days
Canada Meagan Duhamel
and Eric Radford
2014 
 Sochi
Silver December 8, 1985
January 27, 1985
February 09, 2014 In team event;
their 1st medal
64 28 years, 308 days 29 years, 158 days
28 years, 92 days
Hungary Emília Rotter
and László Szollás
1936 Garmisch- 
 Partenkirchen
Bronze September 8, 1906
November 13, 1907
February 13, 1936 Their 2nd medal
65 29 years, 12 days 27 years, 263 days
30 years, 125 days
Russia Tatiana Volosozhar
and Maxim Trankov
2014 
 Sochi
Gold May 22, 1986
October 7, 1983
February 09, 2014 In team event;
their 1st medal
66 29 years, 15 days 27 years, 266 days
30 years, 128 days
Russia Tatiana Volosozhar
and Maxim Trankov
2014 
 Sochi
Gold May 22, 1986
October 7, 1983
February 12, 2014 Their 2nd medal
67 29 years, 21 days 30 years, 159 days
27 years, 247 days
Soviet Union Irina Rodnina
and Alexander Zaitsev
1980 
 Lake Placid
Gold September 12, 1949
June 16, 1952
February 18, 1980 Rodnina's 3rd medal [f];
Zaitsev's 2nd medal
68 29 years, 270 days 29 years, 112 days
30 years, 63 days
Germany Ria Falk
and Paul Falk
1952 
 Oslo
Gold November 2, 1922
December 21, 1921
February 22, 1952
69 29 years, 301 days 27 years, 92 days
32 years, 144 days
China Shen Xue
and Zhao Hongbo
2006 
 Torino
Bronze November 13, 1978
September 22, 1973
February 13, 2006 Their 2nd medal
70 29 years, 315 days 28 years, 68 days
31 years, 197 days
Soviet Union Ludmila Belousova
and Oleg Protopopov
1964 
 Innsbruck
Gold November 22, 1935
July 16, 1932
January 29, 1964 Their 1st medal
71 30 years, 7 days 30 years, 149 days
29 years, 229 days
France Andrée Brunet
and Pierre Brunet
1932 
 Lake Placid
Gold September 16, 1901
June 28, 1902
February 12, 1932 Their 3rd medal
72 30 years, 119 days 30 years, 53 days
30 years, 184 days
China Pang Qing
and Tong Jian
2010 
 Vancouver
Silver December 24, 1979
August 15, 1979
February 15, 2010
73 31 years, 15 days 31 years, 227 days
30 years, 167 days
United States Beatrix Loughran
and Sherwin Badger
1932 
 Lake Placid
Silver June 30, 1900
August 29, 1901
February 12, 1932 Loughran's 3rd medal [b]
74 31 years, 94 days 33 years, 140 days
29 years, 46 days
United Kingdom Phyllis Johnson
and Basil Williams
1920 
 Antwerp
Bronze December 8, 1886
March 11, 1891
April 26, 1920 Phyllis Johnson's
2nd medal [i]
75 31 years, 206 days 34 years, 27 days
29 years, 18 days
Germany Aliona Savchenko
and Bruno Massot
2018 
 Pyeongchang
Gold January 19, 1984
January 28, 1989
February 15, 2018 Savchenko's 3rd medal [h]
76 32 years, 119 days 30 years, 24 days
34 years, 213 days
Germany Aliona Savchenko
and Robin Szolkowy
2014 
 Sochi
Bronze January 19, 1984
July 14, 1979
February 12, 2014 Their 2nd medal [h]
77 32 years, 224 days 32 years, 66 days
33 years, 16 days
Canada Meagan Duhamel
and Eric Radford
2018 
 Pyeongchang
Gold December 8, 1985
January 27, 1985
February 12, 2018 In team event;
their 2nd medal
78 32 years, 227 days 32 years, 69 days
33 years, 19 days
Canada Meagan Duhamel
and Eric Radford
2018 
 Pyeongchang
Bronze December 8, 1985
January 27, 1985
February 15, 2018 Their 3rd medal
79 33 years, 303 days 31 years, 94 days
36 years, 146 days
China Shen Xue
and Zhao Hongbo
2010 
 Vancouver
Gold November 13, 1978
September 22, 1973
February 15, 2010 Their 3rd medal
80 33 years, 331 days 32 years, 84 days
35 years, 213 days
Soviet Union Ludmila Belousova
and Oleg Protopopov
1968 
 Grenoble
Gold November 22, 1935
July 16, 1932
February 14, 1968 Their 2nd medal
81 34 years, 265 days 31 years, 33 days
38 years, 131 days
Norway Alexia Bryn
and Yngvar Bryn
1920 
 Antwerp
Silver March 24, 1889
December 17, 1881
April 26, 1920
82 36 years, 134 days 27 years, 43 days
45 years, 225 days
United Kingdom Madge Syers
and Edgar Syers
1908 
 London
Bronze September 16, 1881
March 18, 1863
October 29, 1908 Madge Syers'
2nd medal [c]
83 36 years, 361 days 35 years, 276 days
38 years, 80 days
Finland Ludowika Jakobsson
and Walter Jakobsson
1920 
 Antwerp
Gold July 25, 1884
February 6, 1882
April 26, 1920 Their 1st medal
84 40 years, 275 days 39 years, 190 days
41 years, 359 days
Finland Ludowika Jakobsson
and Walter Jakobsson
1924 
 Chamonix
Silver July 25, 1884
February 6, 1882
January 31, 1924 Their 2nd medal
N/A N/A 21 years, 326 days
N/A
United Kingdom Phyllis Johnson
and James H. Johnson
1908 
 London
Silver December 8, 1886
1874
October 29, 1908 Phyllis Johnson's
1st medal [i]

Ice dance

Rank Average Age Age Nation & Name Games Medal Date of Birth Date of Event Notes
1 20 years, 166 days 17 years, 201 days
23 years, 131 days
Soviet Union Marina Klimova
and Sergei Ponomarenko
1984 
 Sarajevo
Bronze July 28, 1966
October 6, 1960
February 14, 1984 Their 1st medal
2 20 years, 326 days 20 years, 221 days
21 years, 65 days
Soviet Union Irina Moiseyeva
and Andrei Minenkov
1976 
 Innsbruck
Silver July 3, 1955
December 6, 1954
February 9, 1976 Their 1st medal
3 21 years, 70 days 19 years, 290 days
22 years, 214 days
Russia Elena Ilinykh
and Nikita Katsalapov
2014 
 Sochi
Gold April 25, 1994
10 July 1991
February 9, 2014 In team event;
their 1st medal
4 21 years, 78 days 19 years, 298 days
22 years, 222 days
Russia Elena Ilinykh
and Nikita Katsalapov
2014 
 Sochi
Bronze April 25, 1994
10 July 1991
February 17, 2014 Their 2nd medal
5 21 years, 228 days 20 years, 281 days
22 years, 173 days
Canada Tessa Virtue
and Scott Moir
2010 
 Vancouver
Gold May 17, 1989
September 2, 1987
February 22, 2010 Their 1st medal
6 22 years, 269 days 23 years, 52 days
22 years, 121 days
United States Meryl Davis
and Charlie White
2010 
 Vancouver
Silver January 1, 1987
October 24, 1987
February 22, 2010 Their 1st medal
7 22 years, 313 days 21 years, 224 days
24 years, 36 days
United States Tanith Belbin
and Benjamin Agosto
2006 
 Torino
Silver July 11, 1984
January 15, 1982
February 20, 2006
8 23 years, 11 days 22 years, 286 days
23 years, 100 days
France Gabriella Papadakis
and Guillaume Cizeron
2018 
 Pyeongchang
Silver May 10, 1995
November 12, 1994
February 20, 2018
9 24 years, 53 days 22 years, 170 days
25 years, 301 days
France Marina Anissina
and Gwendal Peizerat
1998 
 Nagano
Bronze August 30, 1975
April 21, 1972
February 16, 1998 Their 1st medal
10 24 years, 80 days 23 years, 318 days
24 years, 206 days
Russia Ekaterina Bobrova
and Dmitri Soloviev
2014 
 Sochi
Gold March 28, 1990
July 18, 1989
February 9, 2014 In team event;
their 1st medal
11 24 years, 87 days 21 years, 341 days
26 years, 198 days
Russia Oksana Grishuk
and Evgeni Platov
1994 
 Lillehammer
Gold March 17, 1972
August 7, 1967
February 21, 1994 Their 1st medal
12 24 years, 175 days 21 years, 210 days
27 years, 140 days
Soviet Union Marina Klimova
and Sergei Ponomarenko
1988 
 Calgary
Silver July 28, 1966
October 6, 1960
February 23, 1988 Their 2nd medal
13 24 years, 337 days 24 years, 232 days
25 years, 76 days
Soviet Union Irina Moiseyeva
and Andrei Minenkov
1980 
 Lake Placid
Bronze July 3, 1955
December 6, 1954
February 20, 1980 Their 2nd medal
14 25 years, 68 days 23 years, 207 days
26 years, 293 days
United States Maia Shibutani
and Alex Shibutani
2018 
 Pyeongchang
Bronze July 20, 1994
April 25, 1991
February 12, 2018 In team event;
their 1st medal
15 25 years, 76 days 23 years, 215 days
26 years, 301 days
United States Maia Shibutani
and Alex Shibutani
2018 
 Pyeongchang
Bronze July 20, 1994
April 25, 1991
February 20, 2018 Their 2nd medal
16 25 years, 144 days 24 years, 39 days
26 years, 249 days
Soviet Union Natalia Bestemianova
and Andrei Bukin
1984 
 Sarajevo
Silver January 6, 1960
June 10, 1957
February 14, 1984 Their 1st medal
17 25 years, 187 days 24 years, 307 days
26 years, 67 days
Hungary Krisztina Regőczy
and András Sallay
1980 
 Lake Placid
Silver April 19, 1955
December 15, 1953
February 20, 1980
18 25 years, 215 days 24 years, 268 days
26 years, 160 days
Canada Tessa Virtue
and Scott Moir
2014 
 Sochi
Silver May 17, 1989
September 2, 1987
February 9, 2014 In team event;
their 2nd medal
19 25 years, 223 days 24 years, 276 days
26 years, 168 days
Canada Tessa Virtue
and Scott Moir
2014 
 Sochi
Silver May 17, 1989
September 2, 1987
February 17, 2014 Their 3rd medal
20 25 years, 223 days 24 years, 54 days
27 years, 27 days
United States Colleen O'Connor
and James Millns
1976 
 Innsbruck
Bronze December 17, 1951
January 13, 1949
February 9, 1976
21 25 years, 349 days 26 years, 130 days
25 years, 202 days
United Kingdom Jayne Torvill
and Christopher Dean
1984 
 Sarajevo
Gold October 7, 1957
July 27, 1958
February 14, 1984 Their 1st medal
22 26 years, 125 days 24 years, 227 days
28 years, 24 days
Russia Anjelika Krylova
and Oleg Ovsyannikov
1998 
 Nagano
Silver July 4, 1973
January 23, 1970
February 16, 1998
23 26 years, 235 days 24 years, 14 days
29 years, 91 days
Soviet Union Natalia Linichuk
and Gennadi Karponossov
1980 
 Lake Placid
Gold February 6, 1956
November 21, 1950
February 20, 1980
24 26 years, 256 days 27 years, 39 days
26 years, 108 days
United States Meryl Davis
and Charlie White
2014 
 Sochi
Bronze January 1, 1987
October 24, 1987
February 9, 2014 In team event;
their 2nd medal
25 26 years, 264 days 27 years, 47 days
26 years, 116 days
United States Meryl Davis
and Charlie White
2014 
 Sochi
Gold January 1, 1987
October 24, 1987
February 17, 2014 Their 3rd medal
26 26 years, 291 days 25 years, 189 days
28 years, 28 days
Russia Oksana Domnina
and Maxim Shabalin
2010 
 Vancouver
Bronze August 17, 1984
January 25, 1982
February 22, 2010
27 27 years, 339 days 26 years, 151 days
29 years, 162 days
Canada Tracy Wilson
and Robert McCall
1988 
 Calgary
Bronze September 25, 1961
September 14, 1958
February 23, 1988
28 28 years, 55 days 26 years, 172 days
29 years, 303 days
France Marina Anissina
and Gwendal Peizerat
2002 Salt 
 Lake City
Gold August 30, 1975
April 21, 1972
February 18, 2002 Their 2nd medal
29 28 years, 59 days 27 years, 271 days
28 years, 212 days
International Olympic Committee Maya Usova
and Alexander Zhulin
1992 
 Albertville
Bronze May 22, 1964
July 20, 1963
February 17, 1992 Their 1st medal
30 28 years, 82 days 25 years, 336 days
30 years, 193 days
Russia Oksana Grishuk
and Evgeni Platov
1998 
 Nagano
Gold March 17, 1972
August 7, 1967
February 16, 1998 Their 2nd medal
31 28 years, 83 days 27 years, 321 days
28 years, 209 days
International Olympic Committee Ekaterina Bobrova
and Dmitri Soloviev
2018 
 Pyeongchang
Silver March 28, 1990
July 18, 1989
February 12, 2018 In team event;
their 2nd medal
32 28 years, 169 days 25 years, 204 days
31 years, 134 days
International Olympic Committee Marina Klimova
and Sergei Ponomarenko
1992 
 Albertville
Gold July 28, 1966
October 6, 1960
February 17, 1992 Their 3rd medal
33 28 years, 214 days 29 years, 0 days
28 years, 62 days
Russia Irina Lobacheva
and Ilia Averbukh
2002 Salt 
 Lake City
Silver February 18, 1973
December 18, 1973
February 18, 2002
34 28 years, 236 days 30 years, 12 days
27 years, 94 days
Italy Barbara Fusar-Poli
and Maurizio Margaglio
2002 Salt 
 Lake City
Bronze February 6, 1972
November 16, 1974
February 18, 2002
35 29 years, 82 days 29 years, 40 days
29 years, 124 days
Soviet Union Lyudmila Pakhomova
and Aleksandr Gorshkov
1976 
 Innsbruck
Gold December 31, 1946
October 8, 1946
February 9, 1976
36 29 years, 131 days 28 years, 61 days
30 years, 201 days
France Isabelle Duchesnay
and Paul Duchesnay
1992 
 Albertville
Silver December 18, 1963
July 31, 1961
February 17, 1992
37 29 years, 153 days 28 years, 48 days
30 years, 258 days
Soviet Union Natalia Bestemianova
and Andrei Bukin
1988 
 Calgary
Gold January 6, 1960
June 10, 1957
February 23, 1988 Their 2nd medal
38 29 years, 218 days 28 years, 271 days
30 years, 163 days
Canada Tessa Virtue
and Scott Moir
2018 
 Pyeongchang
Gold May 17, 1989
September 2, 1987
February 12, 2018 In team event;
their 4th medal
39 29 years, 226 days 28 years, 279 days
30 years, 171 days
Canada Tessa Virtue
and Scott Moir
2018 
 Pyeongchang
Gold May 17, 1989
September 2, 1987
February 20, 2018 Their 5th medal
40 29 years, 346 days 30 years, 313 days
29 years, 12 days
Russia Tatiana Navka
and Roman Kostomarov
2006 
 Torino
Gold April 13, 1975
February 8, 1977
February 20, 2006
41 30 years, 63 days 29 years, 275 days
30 years, 216 days
Russia Maya Usova
and Alexander Zhulin
1994 
 Lillehammer
Silver May 22, 1964
July 20, 1963
February 21, 1994 Their 2nd medal
42 32 years, 37 days 31 years, 43 days
33 years, 31 days
Ukraine Elena Grushina
and Ruslan Goncharov
2006 
 Torino
Bronze January 8, 1975
January 20, 1973
February 20, 2006
43 35 years, 356 days 36 years, 137 days
35 years, 209 days
United Kingdom Jayne Torvill
and Christopher Dean
1994 
 Lillehammer
Bronze October 7, 1957
July 27, 1958
February 21, 1994 Their 2nd medal

Age records

Youngest champions

The following lists show the top 10 youngest female and male Olympic figure skating champions ordered by the age of the skater.

Female

Rank Age Nation & Name Games Medal Date of Birth Date of Event Event
1 15 years, 128 days Germany Maxi Herber 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen Gold October 8, 1920 February 13, 1936 Pairs
2 15 years, 249 days Russia Yulia Lipnitskaya 2014 Sochi Gold June 5, 1998 February 9, 2014 Ladies' singles in team
3 15 years, 255 days United States Tara Lipinski 1998 Nagano Gold June 10, 1982 February 20, 1998 Ladies' singles
4 15 years, 281 days International Olympic Committee Alina Zagitova 2018 Pyeongchang Gold May 18, 2002 February 23, 2018 Ladies' singles
5 15 years, 316 days Norway Sonja Henie 1928 St. Moritz Gold April 8, 1912 February 18, 1928 Ladies' singles
6 16 years, 101 days Ukraine Oksana Baiul 1994 Lillehammer Gold November 16, 1977 February 25, 1994 Ladies' singles
7 16 years, 264 days Soviet Union Ekaterina Gordeeva 1988 Calgary Gold May 28, 1971 February 16, 1988 Pairs
8 16 years, 295 days United States Sarah Hughes 2002 Salt Lake City Gold May 2, 1985 February 21, 2002 Ladies' singles
9 17 years, 234 days Russia Adelina Sotnikova 2014 Sochi Gold July 1, 1996 February 20, 2014 Ladies' singles
10 18 years, 77 days East Germany Katarina Witt 1984 Sarajevo Gold December 3, 1965 February 18, 1984 Ladies' singles

Male

Rank Age Nation & Name Games Medal Date of Birth Date of Event Event
1 18 years, 202 days United States Dick Button 1948 St Moritz Gold July 18, 1929 February 5, 1948 Men's singles
2 19 years, 69 days Japan Yuzuru Hanyu 2014 Sochi Gold December 7, 1994 February 14, 2014 Men's singles
3 20 years, 94 days Russia Alexei Urmanov 1994 Lillehammer Gold November 17, 1973 February 19, 1994 Men's singles
4 20 years, 155 days Austria Wolfgang Schwarz 1968 Grenoble Gold September 14, 1947 February 16, 1968 Men's singles
5 20 years, 267 days Russia Ilia Kulik 1998 Nagano Gold May 23, 1977 February 14, 1998 Men's singles
6 20 years, 280 days Germany Manfred Schnelldorfer 1964 Innsbruck Gold May 2, 1943 February 6, 1964 Men's singles
7 21 years, 12 days Soviet Union Sergei Grinkov 1988 Calgary Gold February 4, 1967 February 16, 1988 Pairs
8 21 years, 20 days Czechoslovakia Ondrej Nepela 1972 Sapporo Gold January 22, 1951 February 11, 1972 Men's singles
9 21 years, 333 days Russia Alexei Yagudin 2002 Salt Lake City Gold March 18, 1980 February 14, 2002 Men's singles
10 22 years, 173 days Canada Scott Moir 2010 Vancouver Gold September 2, 1987 February 22, 2010 Ice dance

Youngest medalists

The following lists show the top 10 youngest female and male Olympic medalists in figure skating ordered by the age of the skater.

Female

Rank Age Nation & Name Games Medal Date of Birth Date of Event Event
1 15 years, 10 days East Germany Manuela Groß 1972 Sapporo Bronze January 29, 1957 February 8, 1972 Pairs
2 15 years, 79 days United Kingdom Cecilia Colledge 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen Silver November 28, 1920 February 15, 1936 Ladies' singles
3 15 years, 93 days Soviet Union Marina Cherkasova 1980 Lake Placid Silver November 17, 1964 February 18, 1980 Pairs
4 15 years, 128 days Germany Maxi Herber 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen Gold October 8, 1920 February 13, 1936 Pairs
5 15 years, 249 days Russia Yulia Lipnitskaya 2014 Sochi Gold June 5, 1998 February 9, 2014 Ladies' singles in team
6 15 years, 255 days United States Tara Lipinski 1998 Nagano Gold June 10, 1982 February 20, 1998 Ladies' singles
7 15 years, 261 days Austria Ingrid Wendl 1956 Cortina d'Ampezzo Bronze May 17, 1940 February 2, 1956 Ladies' singles
8 15 years, 270 days International Olympic Committee Alina Zagitova 2018 Pyeongchang Silver May 18, 2002 February 12, 2018 Ladies' singles in team
9 15 years, 281 days International Olympic Committee Alina Zagitova 2018 Pyeongchang Gold May 18, 2002 February 23, 2018 Ladies' singles
10 15 years, 316 days Norway Sonja Henie 1928 St. Moritz Gold April 8, 1912 February 18, 1928 Ladies' singles

Male

Rank Age Nation & Name Games Medal Date of Birth Date of Event Event
1 14 years, 363 days United States Scott Allen 1964 Innsbruck Bronze February 8, 1949 February 6, 1964 Men's singles
2 15 years, 301 days Austria Erik Pausin 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen Silver April 18, 1920 February 13, 1936 Pairs
3 18 years, 22 days Germany Hans-Jürgen Bäumler 1960 Squaw Valley Silver January 28, 1942 February 19, 1960 Pairs
4 18 years, 107 days Belgium Robert Van Zeebroeck 1928 St. Moritz Bronze October 31, 1909 February 15, 1928 Men's singles
5 18 years, 129 days United States Ronald Robertson 1956 Cortina d'Ampezzo Silver September 25, 1937 February 1, 1956 Men's singles
6 18 years, 202 days United States Dick Button 1948 St Moritz Gold July 18, 1929 February 5, 1948 Men's singles
7 18 years, 238 days Soviet Union Viktor Petrenko 1988 Calgary Bronze June 27, 1969 February 20, 1988 Men's singles
8 18 years, 283 days United States Nathan Chen 2018 Pyeongchang Bronze May 5, 1999 February 12, 2018 Men's singles in team
9 19 years, 30 days France Patrick Péra 1968 Grenoble Bronze January 17, 1949 February 16, 1968 Men's singles
10 19 years, 56 days United States Jason Brown 2014 Sochi Bronze December 15, 1994 February 9, 2014 Men's singles in team

Oldest champions

The following lists show the top 10 oldest female and male Olympic figure skating champions ordered by the age of the skater.

Female

Rank Age Nation & Name Games Medal Date of Birth Date of Event Event
1 35 years, 276 days Finland Ludowika Jakobsson 1920 Antwerp Gold July 25, 1884 April 26, 1920 Pairs
2 34 years, 27 days Germany Aliona Savchenko 2018 Pyeongchang Gold January 19, 1984 February 15, 2018 Pairs
3 32 years, 84 days Soviet Union Ludmila Belousova 1968 Grenoble Gold November 22, 1935 February 14, 1968 Pairs
4 32 years, 66 days Canada Meagan Duhamel 2018 Pyeongchang Gold December 8, 1985 February 12, 2018 Pairs in team
5 31 years, 94 days China Shen Xue 2010 Vancouver Gold November 13, 1978 February 15, 2010 Pairs
6 30 years, 313 days Russia Tatiana Navka 2006 Torino Gold April 13, 1975 February 20, 2006 Ice dance
7 30 years, 159 days Soviet Union Irina Rodnina 1980 Lake Placid Gold September 12, 1949 February 18, 1980 Pairs
8 30 years, 149 days France Andrée Brunet 1932 Lake Placid Gold September 16, 1901 February 12, 1932 Pairs
9 29 years, 112 days Germany Ria Falk 1952 Oslo Gold November 2, 1922 February 22, 1952 Pairs
10 29 years, 40 days Soviet Union Lyudmila Pakhomova 1976 Innsbruck Gold December 31, 1946 February 9, 1976 Ice dance

Male

Rank Age Nation & Name Games Medal Date of Birth Date of Event Event
1 38 years, 80 days Finland Walter Jakobsson 1920 Antwerp Gold February 6, 1882 April 26, 1920 Pairs
2 36 years, 295 days Russian Empire Nikolai Panin 1908 London Gold January 8, 1872 October 29, 1908 Men's special figures
3 36 years, 146 days China Zhao Hongbo 2010 Vancouver Gold September 22, 1973 February 15, 2010 Pairs
4 35 years, 213 days Soviet Union Oleg Protopopov 1968 Grenoble Gold July 16, 1932 February 14, 1968 Pairs
5 34 years, 253 days Sweden Gillis Grafström 1928 St. Moritz Gold June 7, 1893 February 15, 1928 Men's singles
6 33 years, 16 days Canada Eric Radford 2018 Pyeongchang Gold January 27, 1985 February 12, 2018 Pairs in team
7 31 years, 197 days Soviet Union Oleg Protopopov 1964 Innsbruck Gold July 16, 1932 January 29, 1964 Pairs
8 31 years, 134 days International Olympic Committee Sergei Ponomarenko 1992 Albertville Gold October 6, 1960 February 17, 1992 Ice dance
9 31 years, 98 days Russia Evgeni Plushenko 2014 Sochi Gold November 3, 1982 February 9, 2014 Men's singles in team
10 31 years, 83 days Sweden Ulrich Salchow 1908 London Gold August 7, 1877 October 29, 1908 Men's singles

Oldest medalists

The following lists show the top 10 oldest female and male Olympic medalists in figure skating ordered by the age of the skater.

Female

Rank Age Nation & Name Games Medal Date of Birth Date of Event Event
1 39 years, 190 days Finland Ludowika Jakobsson 1924 Chamonix Silver July 25, 1884 January 31, 1924 Pairs
2 38 years, 246 days United Kingdom Ethel Muckelt 1924 Chamonix Bronze May 30, 1885 January 31, 1924 Ladies' singles
3 36 years, 137 days United Kingdom Jayne Torvill 1994 Lillehammer Bronze October 7, 1957 February 21, 1994 Ice dance
4 35 years, 276 days Finland Ludowika Jakobsson 1920 Antwerp Gold July 25, 1884 April 26, 1920 Pairs
5 34 years, 27 days Germany Aliona Savchenko 2018 Pyeongchang Gold January 19, 1984 February 15, 2018 Pairs
6 33 years, 140 days United Kingdom Phyllis Johnson 1920 Antwerp Bronze December 8, 1886 April 26, 1920 Pairs
7 32 years, 84 days Soviet Union Ludmila Belousova 1968 Grenoble Gold November 22, 1935 February 14, 1968 Pairs
8 32 years, 69 days Canada Meagan Duhamel 2018 Pyeongchang Bronze December 8, 1985 February 15, 2018 Pairs
9 32 years, 66 days Canada Meagan Duhamel 2018 Pyeongchang Gold December 8, 1985 February 12, 2018 Pairs in team
10 31 years, 227 days United States Beatrix Loughran 1932 Lake Placid Silver June 30, 1900 February 12, 1932 Pairs

Male

Rank Age Nation & Name Games Medal Date of Birth Date of Event Event
1 45 years, 225 days United Kingdom Edgar Syers 1908 London Bronze March 18, 1863 October 29, 1908 Pairs
2 44 years, 185 days United Kingdom Geoffrey Hall-Say 1908 London Bronze April 27, 1864 October 29, 1908 Men's special figures
3 44 years, 78 days Norway Martin Stixrud 1920 Antwerp Bronze February 9, 1876 April 27, 1920 Men's singles
4 41 years, 359 days Finland Walter Jakobsson 1924 Chamonix Silver February 6, 1882 January 31, 1924 Pairs
5 38 years, 247 days Sweden Gillis Grafström 1932 Lake Placid Silver June 7, 1893 February 9, 1932 Men's singles
6 38 years, 131 days Norway Yngvar Bryn 1920 Antwerp Silver December 17, 1881 April 26, 1920 Pairs
7 38 years, 80 days Finland Walter Jakobsson 1920 Antwerp Gold February 6, 1882 April 26, 1920 Pairs
8 36 years, 295 days Russian Empire Nikolai Panin 1908 London Gold January 8, 1872 October 29, 1908 Men's special figures
9 36 years, 146 days China Zhao Hongbo 2010 Vancouver Gold September 22, 1973 February 15, 2010 Pairs
10 35 years, 213 days Soviet Union Oleg Protopopov 1968 Grenoble Gold July 16, 1932 February 14, 1968 Pairs

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b In 1936, Ernst Baier won a silver medal in men's singles and a gold medal in pairs with Maxi Herber.
  2. ^ a b c In 1924, Beatrix Loughran won a silver medal in ladies' singles. In 1928, she won a bronze medal in ladies' singles. In 1932, she won a silver medal in pairs with Sherwin Badger.
  3. ^ a b In 1908, Madge Syers won a gold medal in ladies' singles and a bronze medal in pairs with Edgar Syers.
  4. ^ At the 1964 Olympics, Marika Kilius / Hans-Jürgen Bäumler, Debbi Wilkes / Guy Revell, and Vivian Joseph / Ronald Joseph pairs placed 2nd, 3rd, and 4th respectively. Two years later, Kilius / Bäumler's results were invalidated because the pair had signed a professional contract before the Olympics. The silver medals went to Wilkes / Revell and the bronze medals to Joseph / Joseph. However, in 1987, the Germans were re-awarded the silvers after appealing that other pairs had signed similar contracts but weren't exposed and disqualified. After that, the placement of Wilkes / Revell and Joseph / Joseph pairs were unclear for many years. In November 2014, the IOC clarified that since the 1987 decision that both the German and Canadian pairs are the silver medalist and the US pair are the bronze medalist.[1][2]
  5. ^ a b c Artur Dmitriev won three medals in pairs with two different partners. A gold in 1992 and a silver in 1994 with Natalia Mishkutionok and another gold medal in 1998 with Oksana Kazakova.
  6. ^ a b c Irina Rodnina won three medals in pairs with two different partners. A gold in 1972 with Alexei Ulanov and two golds in 1976 and 1980 with Alexander Zaitsev.
  7. ^ No silver medal was awarded in the 2002 Olympic figure skating pairs event, as the Canadians Salé and Pelletier were also given a gold medal, in the aftermath of a judging scandal.[3]
  8. ^ a b c Aliona Savchenko won three medals in pairs with two different partners. Two bronze medals in 2010 and 2014 with Robin Szolkowy and a gold medal in 2018 with Bruno Massot.
  9. ^ a b Phyllis Johnson won two medals in pairs with two different partners. A silver medal in 1908 with James H. Johnson and a bronze medal in 1920 with Basil Williams.

References

General

  • International Skating Union's Skater Biographies [1] (accessed August 3, 2010). This page is a gateway to listings, by discipline, of the official biographies submitted to the ISU from their most recent year of competition under ISU jurisdiction. It does not list most skaters who competed prior to 2000.* "Results database". Athletes. International Olympic Committee. Retrieved July 23, 2009.
  • ISU – Olympic Games Figure Skating results:

Specific

  1. ^ "Fifty years later, Joseph siblings find redemption". IceNetwork.com. November 25, 2014.
  2. ^ Hersh, Philip (November 25, 2014). "A half-century later, Joseph siblings recognized as Olympic medal-winners". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved November 28, 2014.
  3. ^ "Sale, Pelletier share gold with Russian pair". Salt Lake'02 Winter Games. ESPN. Associated Press. February 15, 2002. Retrieved July 16, 2009.

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