Scott Hamilton serves as an analyst for NBC Sports Group’s figure skating coverage including the U.S. Figure Skating Championships, World Championships, the ISU Grand Prix Series, and NBC Olympics’ coverage of the Winter Games. Hamilton has been NBC’s lead figure skating analyst since the 2002 Salt Lake Games.
Hamilton won the gold medal in men’s figure skating at the 1984 Sarajevo Games and is a member of the United States Olympic Hall of Fame and the World Figure Skating Hall of Fame. A four-time world champion, Hamilton also won five Grand Prix titles including three at Skate America.
From 1986-2001, audiences saw him perform with symphony orchestras in Stars On Ice, which he founded and co-produced until his retirement from the tour in April 2001.
As an author, Hamilton received notable critical praise for his New York Times best-selling autobiography Landing It (Kensington Books, October 1999), an intimate, candid and insightful look at his professional and personal life on and off the ice. He has also tested his acting skills with film and television projects including Blades of Glory.
An active philanthropist, Hamilton serves as an official spokesperson for his own C.A.R.E.S. Initiative (Cancer Alliance for Research, Education and Survivorship) at the Cleveland Clinic Taussig Center in Cleveland, Ohio, as well as Target House at St. Jude Children’s Hospital in Memphis, Tenn. In conjunction with C.A.R.E.S. and the Cleveland Clinic, Hamilton manages Chemocare.com. He also serves on the Board of Directors for Special Olympics.
Hamilton resides with his wife and two sons – Aidan and Max – in Nashville, Tenn.