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World Figure Skating Museum and Hall of Fame
The World Figure Skating Museum and Hall of Fame is the only museum in the world devoted entirely to the sport of figure skating. Located in the same building with U.S. Figure Skating Headquarters in Colorado Springs, Colo., the museum houses an impressive collection of skating artifacts, trophies, costumes and memorabilia. Visitors can also learn the history of figure skating, find out the difference between a Lutz and Salchow, and watch some of the best skating moments ever in the video area.
With the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final in Colorado Springs Dec. 12-14, 2003, the World Figure Skating Museum and Hall of Fame is honoring the contributions of legendary international athletes. The museum is currently exhibiting costumes and other memorabilia from such skaters as 2002 Olympic gold medalists Jamie Sale and David Pelletier, and two-time Olympic gold medalist Katarina Witt. The museum also recently underwent exciting renovations on the main floor to enhance the experience for all museum guests. Visit today!
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Passion to Skate
This exhibit honors Dick Button, Michelle Kwan and Sarah Hughes, the three figure skaters to receive the AAU Sullivan Award for outstanding U.S. amateur athlete. The Sullivan Award is considered the "Oscar" for amateur sports.
The Center of It All
The World Figure Skating Museum and Hall of Fame is the international repository for the sport of figure skating, and is located at the national headquarters of U.S. Figure Skating in Colorado Springs.