|Height 5'9" (175 cm)|
Former skating club Broadmoor SC
Home town Calgary
|Name Scott Davis|
Former coach Galina Zmievskaya
Role Olympic athlete
|Born January 29, 1972 (age 43) (1972-01-29) Great Falls, Montana|
Former training locations Colorado SpringsSimsbury, Connecticut
Country represented United States of America
Scott davis 1994 u s figure skating championships men s free skate
Scott Davis (born January 29, 1972) is an American former competitive figure skater. He is a two-time (1993–94) U.S. national champion and represented the United States at the 1994 Winter Olympics, where he placed 8th.
- Scott davis 1994 u s figure skating championships men s free skate
- Scott davis usa 1994 lillehammer figure skating men s free skate
- Personal life
Scott davis usa 1994 lillehammer figure skating men s free skate
Davis won the U.S. junior national title in the 1989–90 season and began competing on the senior level nationally the following season.
In the 1992–93 season, Davis won 1992 Skate America and 1992 Skate Canada International. He went on to win his first senior national title at the 1993 U.S. Championships and was assigned to his first senior World Championships where he placed sixth.
In 1993–94, Davis won silver at the 1993 Nations Cup and bronze at Piruetten. At the 1994 U.S. Championships, he repeated as national champion by defeating the 1988 Olympic gold medalist, Brian Boitano. Davis was sent to the 1994 Winter Olympics, where he finished eighth, and to the 1994 World Championships, where he placed seventh.
Davis won silver at the 1995 U.S. Championships and placed seventh again at the World Championships. In the following years, he suffered from vertigo and had problems with his jump consistency. Davis never again qualified for a World or Olympic team and retired from amateur competition in 1998. Known for his spinning ability, he was coached by Kathy Casey in Colorado Springs and Galina Zmievskaya in Simsbury, Connecticut.
After turning professional, Davis appeared in an ice show production of the musical Grease. He later became a coach in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. His students have included Vaughn Chipeur. Davis is also an ISU Technical Specialist. He was a technical specialist for the men's event at the 2006 World Championships.
Davis was born January 29, 1972 in Great Falls, Montana. He is married to Stephanie LaRiviere, with whom he has a daughter, Maggie.
GP: Champions Series (Grand Prix)