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Elvis Stojko

figure skater
Elvis Stojko

Elvis Stojko (born March 22, 1972 in Newmarket, Ontario [1]) is a Canadian figure skater. He was world champion three times, and Canadian champion seven times.

Stojko was named after Elvis Presley, and sometimes skates to Presley's music. He grew up in Richmond Hill, Ontario. He started skating when he was four years old. He also became a black belt in karate (which has influenced some of his skating). Stojko was the first person to do a quadruple-triple jump combination. He became known for his athletic ability.

Today he is a professional skater, and also competes in karate.

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  1. Gorman, Brenda, "Stojko, Elvis", The Canadian Encyclopedia, retrieved 2010-03-19