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European Figure Skating Championships

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The 2007 mens podium

The European Figure Skating Championships ("Europeans") is an annual figure skating competition in which figure skaters compete for the title of European Champion. The event is sanctioned by the International Skating Union (ISU), and is the oldest of the 4 annual figure skating competitions designated "ISU Championships" (the others are the World Figure Skating Championships, the Four Continents Figure Skating Championships, and theWorld Junior Figure Skating Championships).

Skaters compete in the categories of men's singles, ladies singles, pair skating, and ice dancing. The competition is generally held in January.

In 2010, they will be held in Tallinn, Estonia from 18 January to 24 January. In 2011, they will be held in Bern, Switzerland. In 2012, they will be held inSheffield, UK from 23 January to 29 January[1].

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[edit]History

The men's singles European championship first took place in Hamburg in 1891, while the ladies' singles and pair skating European championships started in Vienna in 1930. The ice dancingchampionship was held for the first time in Bolzano in 1954.

The skating association of Germany and Austria joined in one club "Deutscher und Österrreichischer Eislaufverband" organised the first European Championships in figure skating as well as inspeed skating in Hamburg, German Empire in 1891 even before the International Skating Union (ISU) was found. The ISU decided in 1892 to continue to hold European Championships in figure skating each year. 1895 it was decided to hold World Championships instead of Europeans. Therefore the Europeans were discontinued until 1898.

Up until 1948, skaters representing any ISU Member could enter the European Championships. After Canadian Barbara Ann Scott and American Dick Button won the singles titles that year, entries were restricted to skaters representing European countries. At the time, the North American Figure Skating Championships existed as a North Americans-only senior-level competition. This competition was contested for the last time in 1971. The Four Continents Figure Skating Championships was established by the ISU in 1999 as the equivalent competition for skaters from non-European countries.

[edit]Qualifying

Skaters qualify for the European Championships by belonging to a European Member nation of the ISU. Each country gets one entry in every discipline by default. The most entries a country can have in a single discipline is three. Countries earn a second or third entry for the following year's competition by earning points through skater placement. The points are equal to the sum of the placements of the country's skaters (top two if they have three). Entries do not carry over and so countries must continue to earn their second or third spot every year. If a country only has one skater/team, that skater/team must place in the top ten to earn a second entry and in the top two to earn three entries to next year's championships. If a country has two skaters/teams, the combined placement of those teams must be 13 or less to qualify 3 entries, and 28 or less to keep their two entries. If they do not do so, they only have one entry for the following year.

There are exceptions if a skater is forced to withdraw in the middle of the competition due to a medical emergency or equipment problems.

Which skaters from each country attend the European Championships is at the national governing body's discretion. Some countries rely on the results of their national championships while others have more varied critea. Selections vary by country.

Skaters must be older than fifteen as of July 1 the previous year to compete. The Four Continents Figure Skating Championships is the corresponding competition for skaters from non-European countries.

[edit]Multiple spots for the 2010 European Championships

The following countries have earned more than one entry to the 2010 European Figure Skating Championships based on performance at the 2009 European Figure Skating Championships.[2]

Spots Men Ladies Pairs Dance
3  France
 Italy
 Finland
 Russia
 Germany
 Russia
 France
 Italy
 Russia
2  Belgium
 Czech Republic
 Russia
 Sweden
 Germany
 United Kingdom
 Hungary
 Italy
 Turkey
 France
 United Kingdom
 Italy
 Ukraine
 Azerbaijan
 United Kingdom
 Lithuania
 Ukraine

[edit]Medalists

[edit]Men


Men's Medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1891 Germany Hamburg Germany Oskar Uhlig Germany A. Schmitson Germany Franz Zilly
1892 Austria Vienna Austria Eduard Engelmann Hungary Tibor von Földváry Austria Georg Zachariades
1893 Germany Berlin Austria Eduard Engelmann Sweden Henning Grenander Austria Georg Zachariades
1894 Austria Vienna Austria Eduard Engelmann Austria Gustav Hügel Hungary Tibor von Földváry
1895 Hungary Budapest Hungary Tibor von Földváry Austria Gustav Hügel Germany Gilbert Fuchs
1896-1897 No championships were held
1898 Norway Trondheim Sweden Ulrich Salchow Norway Johan Lefstad Norway Oscar Holthe
1899 Switzerland Davos Sweden Ulrich Salchow Austria Gustav Hügel Austria Ernst Fellner
1900 Germany Berlin Sweden Ulrich Salchow Austria Gustav Hügel Norway Oscar Holthe
1901 Austria Vienna Austria Gustav Hügel Germany Gilbert Fuchs Sweden Ulrich Salchow
1902-1903 Cancelled because of no ice
1904 Switzerland Davos Sweden Ulrich Salchow Austria Max Bohatsch Russia Nicolai Panin
1905 Germany Bonn Austria Max Bohatsch Germany Heinrich Burger Germany Karl Zenger
1906 Switzerland Davos Sweden Ulrich Salchow Austria Ernst Herz Sweden Per Thorén
1907 Germany Berlin Sweden Ulrich Salchow Germany Gilbert Fuchs Austria Ernst Herz
1908 Russia Warsaw Austria Ernst Herz Russia Nicolai Panin Austria Stefan Przedrzymirski
1909 Hungary Budapest Sweden Ulrich Salchow Germany Gilbert Fuchs Sweden Per Thorén
1910 Germany Berlin Sweden Ulrich Salchow Germany Werner Rittberger Sweden Per Thorén
1911 Russia St Petersburg Sweden Per Thorén Russia Karl Ollow Germany Werner Rittberger
1912 Sweden Stockholm Sweden Gösta Sandahl Russia Ivan Malinin Norway Martin Stixrud
1913 Norway Oslo Sweden Ulrich Salchow Hungary Andor Szende Austria Willy Böckl
1914 Austria Vienna Austria Fritz Kachler Norway Alexander Krogh Austria Willy Böckl
1915-1921 Not held due to World War I
1922 Switzerland Davos Austria Willy Böckl Austria Fritz Kachler Austria Ernst Oppacher
1923 Norway Oslo Austria Willy Böckl Norway Martin Stixrud Finland Gunnar Jakobsson
1924 Switzerland Davos Austria Fritz Kachler Austria Ludwig Wrede Germany Werner Rittberger
1925 Germany Triberg Austria Willy Böckl Germany Werner Rittberger Austria Otto Preissecker
1926 Switzerland Davos Austria Willy Böckl Austria Otto Preissecker Switzerland Georg Gautschi
1927 Austria Vienna Austria Willy Böckl Austria Hugo Distler Austria Karl Schäfer
1928 Czechoslovakia Troppau Austria Willy Böckl Austria Karl Schäfer Austria Otto Preissecker
1929 Switzerland Davos Austria Karl Schäfer Switzerland Georg Gautschi Austria Ludwig Wrede
1930 Austria Vienna Austria Karl Schäfer Czechoslovakia Otto Gold Finland Markus Nikkanen
1931 Switzerland St. Moritz Austria Karl Schäfer Germany Ernst Baier Austria Hugo Distler
1932 France Paris Austria Karl Schäfer Germany Ernst Baier Austria Erich Erdös
1933 United Kingdom London Austria Karl Schäfer Germany Ernst Baier Austria Erich Erdös
1934 Czechoslovakia Prague Austria Karl Schäfer Hungary Dénes Pataky Hungary Elemér Terták
1935 Switzerland St. Moritz Austria Karl Schäfer Austria Felix Kaspar Germany Ernst Baier
1936 Germany Berlin Austria Karl Schäfer United Kingdom Graham Sharp Germany Ernst Baier
1937 Czechoslovakia Prague Austria Felix Kaspar United Kingdom Graham Sharp Hungary Elemér Terták
1938 Switzerland St. Moritz Austria Felix Kaspar United Kingdom Graham Sharp Austria Herbert Alward
1939 United Kingdom London United Kingdom Graham Sharp United Kingdom Frederick Tomlins Germany Horst Faber
1940-1946 Not held due to World War II
1947 Switzerland Davos Switzerland Hans Gerschwiler Czechoslovakia Vladislav Čáp Belgium Fernand Leemans
1948 Czechoslovakia Prague United States Richard Button Switzerland Hans Gerschwiler Austria Edi Rada
1949 Italy Milan Austria Edi Rada Hungary Ede Király Austria Helmut Seibt
1950 Norway Oslo Hungary Ede Király Austria Helmut Seibt Italy Carlo Fassi
1951 Switzerland Zürich Austria Helmut Seibt West Germany Horst Faber Italy Carlo Fassi
1952 Austria Vienna Austria Helmut Seibt Italy Carlo Fassi United Kingdom Michael Carrington
1953 West Germany Dortmund Italy Carlo Fassi France Alain Giletti West Germany Freimut Stein
1954 Italy Bolzano Italy Carlo Fassi France Alain Giletti Czechoslovakia Karol Divín
1955 Hungary Budapest France Alain Giletti United Kingdom Michael Booker Czechoslovakia Karol Divín
1956 France Paris France Alain Giletti United Kingdom Michael Booker Czechoslovakia Karol Divín
1957 Austria Vienna France Alain Giletti Czechoslovakia Karol Divín United Kingdom Michael Booker
1958 Czechoslovakia Bratislava Czechoslovakia Karol Divín France Alain Giletti France Alain Calmat
1959 Switzerland Davos Czechoslovakia Karol Divín France Alain Giletti Austria Norbert Felsinger
1960 West Germany Garmisch-Partenkirchen France Alain Giletti Austria Norbert Felsinger West Germany Manfred Schnelldorfer
1961 West Germany West-Berlin France Alain Giletti France Alain Calmat West Germany Manfred Schnelldorfer
1962 Switzerland Geneva France Alain Calmat Czechoslovakia Karol Divín West Germany Manfred Schnelldorfer
1963 Hungary Budapest France Alain Calmat West Germany Manfred Schnelldorfer Austria Emmerich Danzer
1964 France Grenoble France Alain Calmat West Germany Manfred Schnelldorfer Czechoslovakia Karol Divín
1965 Soviet Union Moscow Austria Emmerich Danzer France Alain Calmat Austria Peter Jonas
1966 Czechoslovakia Bratislava Austria Emmerich Danzer Austria Wolfgang Schwarz Czechoslovakia Ondrej Nepela
1967 Yugoslavia Ljubljana Austria Emmerich Danzer Austria Wolfgang Schwarz Czechoslovakia Ondrej Nepela
1968 Sweden Västerås Austria Emmerich Danzer Austria Wolfgang Schwarz Czechoslovakia Ondrej Nepela
1969 West Germany Garmisch-Partenkirchen Czechoslovakia Ondrej Nepela France Patrick Pera Soviet Union Sergei Chetverukhin
1970 Soviet Union Leningrad Czechoslovakia Ondrej Nepela France Patrick Pera East Germany Günter Zöller
1971 Switzerland Zürich Czechoslovakia Ondrej Nepela Soviet Union Sergei Chetverukhin United Kingdom Haig Oundjian
1972 Sweden Gothenburg Czechoslovakia Ondrej Nepela Soviet Union Sergei Chetverukhin France Patrick Pera
1973 West Germany Cologne Czechoslovakia Ondrej Nepela Soviet Union Sergei Chetverukhin East Germany Jan Hoffmann
1974 Yugoslavia Zagreb East Germany Jan Hoffmann Soviet Union Sergei Volkov United Kingdom John Curry
1975 Denmark Copenhagen Soviet Union Vladimir Kovalev United Kingdom John Curry Soviet Union Yuri Ovchinnikov
1976 Switzerland Geneva United Kingdom John Curry Soviet Union Vladimir Kovalev East Germany Jan Hoffmann
1977 Finland Helsinki East Germany Jan Hoffmann Soviet Union Vladimir Kovalev United Kingdom Robin Cousins
1978 France Strasbourg East Germany Jan Hoffmann Soviet Union Vladimir Kovalev United Kingdom Robin Cousins
1979 Yugoslavia Zagreb East Germany Jan Hoffmann Soviet Union Vladimir Kovalev United Kingdom Robin Cousins
1980 Sweden Gothenburg United Kingdom Robin Cousins East Germany Jan Hoffmann Soviet Union Vladimir Kovalev
1981 Austria Innsbruck Soviet Union Igor Bobrin France Jean-Christophe Simond West Germany Norbert Schramm
1982 France Lyon West Germany Norbert Schramm France Jean-Christophe Simond Soviet Union