A dear friend of mine was a professional skater, now retired due to age. He's also done drag in later years, the very model of a stereotypical gay in some minds. I still address him as "Tiffany" on the phone when we chat, being 1500 miles away now, and he calls me "Bubbles." Not after my own drag character, but for a silly Nathan Lane vocal impersonation I sometimes do, inspired by his character in "The Birdcage" movie.
I hope you don't have a problem with gay skaters. As a child I was enthralled with Sonja Henie movies, imagined myself a skater someday (didn't happen).
Some pics of Norwegian Sonja Henie, who literally invented popular interest in the art of figure skating in the 1920s & 30s, considered by many as the most influential skater in history.
When she went to Hollywood in the late 1930s, and starred in box-office-hit movies featuring her figure skating:
1936 Olympics, when she won her 3rd consecutive Gold Medal (1928, 1932, 1936), as well as her 10th
World Championship that year, unequaled to this day:
The movie "Sun Valley Serenade" (1941). They covered the ice with a perfectly level 1/4"-thick layer of water, an incredible accomplishment in itself, to create the fantastic mirror effect with special lighting. Henie doesn't do some of the athletic stunts we see today, but her grace and artistry are still unmatched to this day. About 4:28 into this she does an extended solo, proving she was the greatest, most beautiful & graceful skater who ever lived. When I think of figure skating, this is the image I have: