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1935 European Figure Skating Championships

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Type:  ISU Championship
Location:  St. Moritz
Season:  1935
Date:  January 23rd – January 26th

The European Figure Skating Championships is an annual figure skating competition sanctioned by the International Skating Union in which figure skaters compete for the title of European Champion. Skaters competed in the disciplines of ladies' singles, men's singles, and pair skating.

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The 1935 competitions took place January 23 to 26, 1935 in St. Moritz, Switzerland.

Men

Judges were

  • L. von Orbán  Hungary
  • Artur Vieregg  Germany
  • K. Dundas  United Kingdom
  • A. Huber   Switzerland
  • Josef Fellner  Austria
  • Freddy Mésot  Belgium
  • Charles Sabouret  France
  • Ladies

    Judges were

  • H. Martineau  United Kingdom
  • Charles Sabouret  France
  • H. Günauer  Austria
  • Z. Johansen  Norway
  • K. Dannenberg  Germany
  • Freddy Mésot  Belgium
  • L. von Orbán  Hungary
  • Pairs

    Judges were

  • Freddy Mésot  Belgium
  • L. von Orbán  Hungary
  • Artur Vieregg  Germany
  • W. Bayerle  Austria
  • L. Liebermann   Switzerland
  • Charles Sabouret  France
  • K. M. Beaumont  United Kingdom
  • References

    1935 European Figure Skating Championships Wikipedia


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