Roger Campbell (August 15, 1942 in Providence, Kentucky – February 15, 1961) was an American figure skater who competed in ice dancing. After partnering Diane Sherbloom in 1959, he won the bronze medal at the 1960 United States Figure Skating Championships with Yvonne Littlefield and went on to finish eight at that year's World Figure Skating Championships. In 1961, he teamed up with Dona Lee Carrier, and the duo finished second at the U.S. Championships, earning them the right to compete a month later at the World Championships in Prague. They also finished second at the North American Figure Skating Championships that year. He and Carrier died along with their teammates on February 15, 1961, when Sabena Flight 548 crashed en route to the World Championships. He was 18 years old. Roger's 55-year old mother Ann Campbell was also killed in the crash.
(with Dona Lee Carrier)
|North American Championships||2nd|
(with Yvonne Littlefield)