Louis Magnus (May 25, 1881 in Kingston, Jamaica, - November 1, 1950) was an ice skater. He competed as a figure skater representing France. He is considered as the builder of the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF).
He moved to France in 1889.
Magnus competed as a figure skater in France. He was the 1908-1911 French national champion in singles, and the 1912 national champion in pairs with partner Anita Del Monte. He worked as a figure skating judge for France at many international events.
He was the first International Ice Hockey Federation president from 1908 to 1912 and then in 1914.
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