Monty Hoyt (September 13, 1944 in Denver – October 9, 1997 in Phoenix) was an American Figure skater who competed in men's singles. After winning the U.S. junior title in 1961, he had tickets to be on Sabena Flight 548 to attend the World Figure Skating Championships. He cancelled at the last moment, and the plane crashed, killing everyone aboard. Hoyt won the gold medal at the American the following year. He finished tenth at the 1964 Winter Olympics.

Competitive highlightsEdit

Event/Season 1962 1963 1964
American 1st 3rd 3rd
World Figure Skating Championships 6th 11th 11th
Winter Olympics - - 10th
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