General Nathaniel William (Nat)
Niles
Male
United States of America
1886-07-15
Boston, United States of America
1932-07-11
Brookline, Massachusetts, United States of America


About

Was also figure skater who competed in single skating, pair skating, and ice dancing (between 1914 and 1932).
Niles won the US Figure Skating Championships in men's single skating 3 times, and won 9 national pair skating titles with his partner (1918 to 1927). He also competed on winter Olympics in figure skating (3 times), and World championships in figure skating (also 3 times).



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Archive statistics 1904 - 1926
5
128
87


Tournament wins 1923 - Massachusetts State Championships (Open)
1921 - Rhode Island Clay Courts (Amateur)
1910 - Niagara International Tournament (Amateur)
1909 - Niagara International Tournament (Amateur)
1908 - Niagara International Tournament (Amateur)


Tournaments US Open - 1926 US Open - 1925 US Open - 1924 New England Championship - 1924 Massachusetts State Championships - 1924 Rhode Island State Championships - 1924 US Open - 1923 Massachusetts State Championships - 1923 US Open - 1922 US Open - 1921 Rhode Island Clay Courts - 1921 US Open - 1920 Longwood Bowl - 1920 World Hardcourt Championships - 1920 US Open - 1919 Longwood Bowl - 1919 US Open - 1918 US Open - 1917 US Open - 1916 US Open - 1915 US Open - 1914 US Open - 1913 US Open - 1912 US Open - 1911 US Open - 1910 Niagara International Tournament - 1910 US Open - 1909 Middle States Championships - 1909 Massachusetts State Championships - 1909 Niagara International Tournament - 1909 US Open - 1908 Middle States Championships - 1908 Pacific Coast Championship - 1908 Niagara International Tournament - 1908 US Open - 1907 Longwood Bowl - 1907 Middle States Championships - 1907 Cincinnati - 1907 New Jersey State Championships - 1907 Bergen County - 1907 Niagara International Tournament - 1907 US Open - 1906 Longwood Bowl - 1906 US Open - 1905 Intermountain Championships - 1905 US Open - 1904

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