Nominations for the World Figure Skating Hall of Fame Class of 2014 are being accepted until Jan. 20. Nominations may be submitted by any federation, the skating community and the public.
The World Figure Skating Hall of Fame was established in 1976 to honor individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the sport of figure skating around the world. Nominees may be emeritus, deceased or actively working but may not have competed in the past five years.
Nominations may be made in these three categories:
A: Outstanding competitors: Former elite competitors who have made special contributions in style and technique. They must have been retired from competitive skating for at least five years. For pair or dance teams, both partners must be nominated.
B: Outstanding contributors: Those who made a significant impact on the sport in a non-athletic role, such as administrators, officials or journalists.
C: Outstanding contributors: Those whose creative impact had a meaningful and lasting effect on the sport, such as theatrical skaters, coaches, choreographers, impresarios or costume designers.
To submit a nomination, click here: http://fs12.formsite.com/USFSAIT/form824/index.html
If you have a question, please email WHOF@worldskagtingmuseum.org