FIGURE skating at the 1992 WINTER OLYMPICS – WikiVidi Documentary

FIGURE skating at the 1992 WINTER OLYMPICS – WikiVidi Documentary Figure skating at the 1992 Winter Olympics The figure skating events at the 1992 Winter Olympic Games were held at the Halle Olympique located next to the Théâtre des Cérémonies, two kilometres southwest of downtown Albertville. The final placements were decided by factored placements. In the men’s singles, ladies’ singles and the pairs event, the short program was factored by 0.5, one-third of the total score, while the free skating was factored by 1.0, two-thirds of the total score. In ice dancing, the two compulsory dances were factored by a total of 0.4, which was 20% of the total score. The original dance was factored by 0.6, while the free dance was factored by 1.0. In the result of factored placements being tied, the free skating was the tie-breaker. At the 1992 Winter Olympics, the short program was called the original program. The 1992 Winter Olympics was also the first time that the men’s and ladies’ events did not include a compulsory figures competition. [ Visit or browse the channel ]

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