At a glance

5 Dec 1886
Female

Phyllis Squire was eighteen years of age when she married James Johnson, a colliery owner ten years her elder, in 1904. Together they formed a partnership that saw them win two world titles, a silver (1908) and a bronze (1910) world championship medal and the 1908 Olympic silver medal until his ill health caused the end of their skating relationship. She then skated with a new partner, Basil Williams, at the Antwerp Olympics and became the first skater to win a medal with two different partners when they clinched the bronze medal. Johnson also competed as a singles skater at Antwerp...

Phyllis in numbers

2
Olympics
Olympics
2
medals
Gold medal: Silver medal:1 Bronze medal:1
  • Antwerp
    Antwerp 1920
    Games
    Results
    Sport
    Event
    Antwerp
    Antwerp 1920
    • 4
      Figure Skating
      Singles
    • 3 Bronze medal
      Figure Skating
      Pairs
  • London
    London 1908
    Games
    Results
    Sport
    Event
    London
    London 1908
    • 2 Silver medal
      Figure Skating
      Pairs

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