That that made it extra voyeuristic and fun: Ice skating costumes have often been a great example of what constitutes "sexy" attire — maybe it's just the chill thrill of the rink, but skaters' attire has often been boundary-pushing and, in olden times, modesty-pushing too. More stuff.
British figure skater John Curry in a disco-worthy jumpsuit at the Olympics in
Austrian skater Karl Shafer in a belted suit and tapered pants at the Olympics in
Ilia Kulik of Russia in a flowing, see-through costume at the Olympics.
Tonya Harding in a sparkly red number at the Winter Games.
Not to mention the train that went by every few minutes.
Swedish skater Ulrich Salchow in a suit at the Olympic Games in
America's Tim Wood in a form-fitting suit at the Olympics in
British pairs dancers Christopher Colin Dean in a sheer black crop top and partner Jayne Torvill in a fringed costume during a performance.
From wearing tighter-fitting suits in the early s to showing a little kneecap in the s, then flirting with fringe-y miniskirts and skintight catsuits in the s to going all-out with cutouts in the s.
Katarina Witt of Germany in a strapless, arm-baring number at the Olympics.
American figure skater Gretchen Merrill in a button-down shirt and pleated skirt at the Winter Games.