Top 10 Hottest Women Figure Skaters
10. Yuna Kim
She is a former, competitive figure skater from South Korea. She is 2010 Olympic champion and 2014 Silver medalist in women’s singles; 2009 & 2013 World Champion; 2009 Four Continents Champion; 3-time Grand Prix Final Champion; 2006 World Junior Champion; 2005 Junior Grand Prix Final Champion; and 6-time South Korean National Champion.
She is the first female skater ever to win and complete all official skating titles of the ISU grand slam figure: the Olympic Games, the World Championships, the Four Continents Championships, and the Grand Prix Finals. On top of that, Yuna Kim is the first figure skater ever to complete a Career Super Grand Slam by also winning the 2005 and 2006 Junior Grand Prix Finals and Junior World Championships.
9. Alissa Czisny
Alissa Czisny is an ex-competitive American figure skater. She is the 2010 Grand Prix Final Champion, a twice Skate Canada Champion (2005, 2010), the 2011 Skate America Champion, and a twice US National Champion (2009, 2011).
Alissa Czisny was born on 25 June 1987 in Sylvania, Ohio, along with a fraternal twin sister, Amber. She is a summa cum laude graduate of Bowling Green State University where she was on a full academic bachelor’s degree and majored in French and Russian, international studies. Owing to her skating she took online lessons. She was always keen to learn Japanese.
8. Sasha Cohen
Alexandra Pauline “Sasha” Cohen (born 26 October 1984) is the U.S. figure skater. Alexandra Pauline Sasha Cohen is the proud owner of a 2006 Olympic silver medal, also known for her challenging and imaginative spin positions – some already labelled as the Sasha Spin. She has also worked on numerous TV shows like Las Vegas, Project Runway and CSI: NY too.
7. Adelina Sotnikova
She is a Russian figure skater who is retired. She is the 2014 Olympic champion, a two-time silver medalist from Europe, a two-time bronze medalist from the Rostelecom Cup, and a four-time national champion from Russia.
At the age of four Adelina Sotnikova started skating at Yuzhny ice rink near her Moscow home. Taught until the age of seven by Anna Patrikeeva, she then began studying at CSKA, which is further away from her home. A year later she started working with trainer Elena Buianova.
Sotnikova made his debut at the senior level at the 2009 Russian Nationals during the 2008–2009 season and captured the gold medal at age 12. We also won the 2009 Russian Junior Championships a month later.
6. Elene Gedevanishvili
She is a 2-time European bronze medalist (2012, 2010). Gedevanishvili was the first Georgian skater to compete at an ISU championship when he won the title in 2010. She competed in three Olympic Winters: Turin 2006, Vancouver 2010 and Sochi 2014.
As a boy, Gedevanishvili lived and trained in Georgia, and went to Moscow, Russia, training camps. She and her mother settled in Moscow at the age of nine and she began working with Elena Buianova at the age of eleven. She trained with Buianova and Tatiana Tarasova on CSKA Moscow. She became the first Georgian skater to win a Junior Grand Prix event during the 2005–06 ISU Junior Grand Prix event in Estonia.
5. Victoria Sinitsyna
She is an ice skating Russian. She is the 2020 European champion with Nikita Katsalapov, the 2019 World Silver Medalist, the 2018–19 Final Grand Prix Silver Medalist and a two-time Russian National Champion (2019–2020). They’ve also won numerous Grand Prix and Challenger Series medals, including capturing the CS Ondrej Nepela Trophy in 2018.
She is cute, sexy and one of the world’s best female figure skaters. She is 2012 World Junior Champion. In addition, winner of the 2012 Junior Grand Prix Final. Bronze medalist at the 2012 Rostelecom Cup, 2013 Winter Universiade and 2014 Russian championship.
4. Tessa Virtue
She is a Canadian former ice dancer. To ice dance partner Scott Moir, she is 2010 Olympic champion, 2018 Olympic champion, 2014 Olympic silver medalist, 3x World Champion, 3x Four Continents Champion, 2016–17 Grand Prix Final Champion, 8x Canadian National Champion, and 2006 World Junior Champion.
In 1997, at age seven and nine, Virtue and Moir were combined. They are the Canadian junior champions of 2004 and were the top ice dance team for Canada in 2007. They are the 2008 World Silver Medalist and the 2009 World Bronze Medalist, and are the first ice dance team under the new ISU Scoring System to earn a 10.0 for a program part ranking.
3. Gracie Gold
She’s an American skater in figure. She is the bronze medalist of the 2014 Olympic Team Event, the 2015 International Champion of France, the 2014 NHK Trophy Champion and a twice U.S. National Champion and a twice World Team Trophy Champion.
Gold is the first and only American woman to win a championship on the NHK Trophy. She also holds the record for an American woman’s highest short program score ever recorded: 76.43, achieved at the 2016 World Championships.
After attending a friend’s birthday party at their nearby rink in Springfield, Missouri, Gold began skating at age 8. She then began working with Amy Vorhaben and Max Liu, before going to work with Alexia Griffin. Later she joined Susan Liss and then moved to Springfield, Illinois, for Toni Hickey. Her next coach was Alex Ouriashev who worked at two Chicago area rinks with her.
2. Tanith Belbin
She is host of NBC Sports’ Canadian-American ice dancer and Olympic network. While born in Canada, she has dual citizenship and has been competing for the USA since she began skating with Benjamin Agosto in 1998. Belbin is the 2006 Olympic silver medalist, four-time world medalist, three-time champion of four continents, and five-time champion of the U.S.
When she was almost three, Tanith Belbin started skating and started ice dancing at about eight or nine. She competed in Canada both as a pair skater and ice dancer before choosing to focus solely on ice dancing. Paul Wirtz introduced her to ice dancing, and she performed with partner Liam Dougherty. Her partner in the pair was Ben Barruco, with whom she finished 2nd in the 1997 Canadian Championships at the novice level. She has struggled to compete internationally with either partner.
1. Kiira Korpi
She is a three-time European medalist (bronze in 2007 and 2011, silver in 2012), winner of the 2010 Eric Bompard Trophy, winner of the 2012 Rostelecom Cup, double Chinese medalist in the Cup and five-time national champion of Finland. She retired in August 2015, from competitive skating.
At the age of five Korpi started skiing, following her older sister. When she was 11 or 12 she made her first triple jump, a salchow.
Korpi finished 19th at the World Junior Championships in 2003, in her first appearance. She made her ISU Junior Grand Prix (JGP) debut in the following season, finishing 6th in Slovenia, and taking the bronze medal in Poland. At the 2004 World Junior Championships, she ranked 16th.