Entertainment TV Skating Through the Competition! 11 Olympic Skaters Who've Gone on 'Dancing with the Stars' These Olympians unlaced their skates and traded them in for dancing shoes By Andrea Wurzburger Published on September 3, 2020 03:42 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos 01 of 11 Johnny Weir Jamie McDonald/Getty The two-time Olympian will compete on the 29th season of Dancing with the Stars. With any luck, Weir will become the fourth(!) Olympic skater to win the competition. 02 of 11 Adam Rippon Craig Sjodin/ABC Rippon became the first male figure skater to win the Mirrorball Trophy on Season 26 of the show, which featured all athletes. He was partnered with Jenna Johnson and the pair danced their way to the top — it was only Johnsons's second season on the show and her first win! 03 of 11 Tonya Harding Craig Sjodin/ABC A two-time Olympian and the first American woman to land a triple axel in competition, Harding was banned from professional skating in 1994 after her alleged involvement in an attack against rival skater Nancy Kerrigan. But the former figure skater had a big year in 2018. She was the subject of the critically acclaimed I, Tonya and followed it up by competing in the 26th season of DWTS. The controversial skater, who proved herself a frontrunner in the first weeks of competition, finished in third place with partner Sasha Farber. 04 of 11 Mirai Nagasu Craig Sjodin/ABC Nagasu joined the all-athletes cast of the show for season 26. The then 25 year old was one of the youngest figure skaters to hold a national title and the first American female figure skater to land a triple Axel at the Olympics. She competed with Alan Bersten, but was eliminated in week three of the competition. 05 of 11 Nancy Kerrigan Eric McCandless/ABC Via Getty Tonya Harding's rival Nancy Kerrigan also competed on the show. Harding, who won a bronze medal in 1992 and a silver medal in 1994, competed on the 24th season alongside Artem Chigvintsev. The pair came in 7th place. 06 of 11 Meryl Davis Craig Sjodin/ABC/Getty Davis, who is the proud winner of a gold, silver and bronze Olympic medals in ice dancing, also won the Mirrorball Trophy when she competed with Maksim Chmerkovskiy on Season 18. The pair were quite the dynamic duo, delivering stunning performances and never scoring below an 8. No wonder they emerged as champions! 07 of 11 Charlie White Adam Taylor/Walt Disney Television via Getty White was Davis' partner on the rink but rival in the ballroom. The ice dancer competed with Sharna Burgess on the same season as his Olympic partner, eventually finishing in fifth place. 08 of 11 Dorothy Hamill Adam Taylor/ABC/Getty The 1976 Olympic gold medalist danced with Tristan MacManus in 2013, but was forced to withdraw from the competition early due to a back injury. 09 of 11 Evan Lysacek Adam Larkey/Walt Disney Television via Getty The figure skater, who won gold at the 2010 Olympic Games, competed in the show's 10th season alongside pro Anna Trebunskaya. He unfortunately didn't strike gold again, but took home the proverbial silver, coming in second place in the competition. 10 of 11 Kristi Yamaguchi Bob D'Amico/Walt Disney Television via Getty The first-ever figure skater to win the Mirrorball Trophy, Yamaguchi wowed the judges from the moment she hit the dance floor. The Olympic gold medalist competed with Mark Ballas. By the end of the competition, they were scoring perfect 10s across the board. 11 of 11 Apolo Ohno ABC/CAROL KAELSON The eight-time Olympic medalist took off his speed skates and put on some dancing shoes for the show's fourth season. Ohno competed alongside Julianne Hough, taking home the Mirrorball Trophy to add to Ohno's list of accomplishments. Ohno returned to the ballroom for the show's All-Star season, dancing alongside Karina Smirnoff, but the pair came in 5th place.