U.S. Figure Skating Hall Of Fame to See New Inductees
Goebel became known as the “Quad King” for his rise to prominence landing quads in the late 1990s. He won the bronze medal on home ice at the Olympic Winter Games Salt Lake City 2002, and attempted to qualify for the 2006 Games in Torino before retiring from competitive skating. Today, he continues to contribute to the sport by serving on U.S. Figure Skating committees.
Timothy Goebel finishes his short program at the 2006 State Farm U.S. Figure Championships on Jan. 12, 2006 in St. Louis. Before Nathan Chen, it was Timothy Goebel who was king of the quads. Goebel, Olympic medalist and the first man to land a quadruple Salchow in competition, will […]