Figure Skating Quizzes & Trivia


The U.S. Figure Skating Championships come to the CenturyLink Center on Jan. 20 through Jan. 27. Before the skaters hit Omaha's indoor ice, take our quiz to see just how well you know figure skating terms.

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 536   |  Last updated: Nov 3, 2016
  • Sample Question
    A spin done on one leg with the non-skating leg, or free leg, extended backward with knee higher than hip level.

Figure skating is a type of sport that involves individuals/groups perform beautifully on a sheet of ice. Moving on, it's our obvious topic now and some questions have been arranged as usual.

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 100   |  Last updated: May 24, 2018
  • Sample Question
    The blade has a grove on the bottom creating two distinct?

Answer the following questions.

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 5   |  Last updated: May 24, 2018
  • Sample Question
    What is the momentum of a 50 kg figure skater skating at 2.5 m/s




Figure Skating Questions and Answers


  • A spin done on one leg with the non-skating leg, or free leg, extended backward with knee higher than hip level.
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  • A pairs move in which the man rotates in a pivot position while holding one hand of his partner, who is rotating in a horizontal position around him with her body low and parallel to the ice.
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  • A hand-to-hip lift in which the man raises his partner overhead with his hands resting on her hips. She is horizontal to the ice, facing the back of the man, in a platter position.
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  • The blade has a grove on the bottom creating two distinct?

  • Judges prefer skaters glide on one edge of the blade and not on both at the same time, which is referred as?

  • During a spin, skaters use the ‘sweet spot’ or the blade, formally called a? 

  • What is the momentum of a 50 kg figure skater skating at 2.5 m/s
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  • What is linear momentum?
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  • What does angular momentum determine in figure skating?
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