|Skating club Genesee FSC|
Former coach Ronald Ludington
|Partner Judy Schwomeyer|
Name Jim Sladky
|Born March 16, 1947 (age 68) (1947-03-16) Bridgeport, Connecticut|
Country represented United States of America
1972 judy schwomeyer jim sladky us nationals fd
Jim Sladky (born March 16, 1947) is an American former competitive ice dancer. He competed with partner Judy Schwomeyer. They were five time (1968–1972) U.S. national champions. They are the 1970 World silver medalists and the 1969 & 1971-1972 World bronze medalists.
- 1972 judy schwomeyer jim sladky us nationals fd
- 1972 us nationals cd judy schwomeyer jim sladky vien waltz
With coach Ron Ludington, Schwomeyer & Sladky created the Yankee Polka compulsory dance. They first performed it as a competitive program in 1969.
Following their retirement from competitive skating, Schwomeyer & Sladky skated professionally. He and Schwomeyer later married and were divorced 19 years later. They were inducted into the United States Figure Skating Hall of Fame in 1991.
1972 us nationals cd judy schwomeyer jim sladky vien waltz
(with Judy Schwomeyer)