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Hall of Fame Career Tribute

Todd Eldredge Hall of Fame Montage

World Champion, 3-Time Olympian, 6-Time U.S. National Champion, 6-Time World Medalist, 5-Time Skate America Champion, and U.S. Figure Skating Hall of Fame.

World Championships 1996

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

1996 World Figure Skating Championships, Men’s Long Program – Todd Eldredge of the United States skates a perfect program to win the Long Program, and the World Championship Title.

2002 Winter Olympics

Salt Lake City, UT

Todd Eldredge’s final skate at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah

1997 Skate America

Detroit, MI

Todd Eldredge’s long program at the 1997 Skate America championships. His performance, after a fall in the warmup that dislocated his shoulder, was described as “courageous”. Todd went on to win his 5th Skate America title.

1995 World Championships

Birmingham, England

Todd Eldredge throws in an extra triple axel during his long program, to win the silver medal at the 1995 World Championships.

2000 Masters of Figure Skating

Boise, ID

Todd Eldredge lands his first quadruple jump in competition and wins the gold medal.

2002 U.S. National Championships

Detroit, MI

Todd Eldredge wins his 6th U.S. National Championship title (he previously won in ’90, ’91, ’95, ’97 & ’98) skating to Lord of the Rings.

2001 World Championships

Vancouver, Canada

Todd’s free skate to 1492 from 2001 World Championships in Vancouver. Todd wins the bronze for his 6th world medal (he previously won a gold, 3 silver, and 1 other bronze medal).

2004 Andrea Bocelli Tribute on Ice

Todd Eldredge skates to Il Mare Calmo Della Sera at the 2004 Andrea Bocelli Tribute on Ice

2000 Champions on Ice tour

Todd’s Eldredge’s performance of The Glory from the Champions on Ice tour.

1993 Trofee Lalique

Paris, France

Todd Eldredge USA – Todd skates to Jesus Christ Superstar’s Gethsemane, in the Trophée Lalique Gala.

2000 Champions on Ice tour

New York City, NY

Todd’s Eldredge’s performance of Nights in White Satin (Notte Di Luce) in Bryan Park.

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