1896 World Figure Skating Championships
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The World Figure Skating Championships is an annual figure skating competition sanctioned by the International Skating Union in which figure skaters compete for the title of World Champion. The first competition took place on February 9, 1896 in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
In 1895, the International Skating Union organized the first World Figure Skating Championships committee, which consisted of 5 people. This committee was entrusted with preparation and presentation of the figure skating rules. ISU also confirmed that World Figure Skating Championships will be held and that in the meantime men skaters should comply with the rules not yet published.
Men. Five Special Figures
- Mr. C. Korper von Marienwert Austria
- Mr. H. Kurtén Finland
- Mr. Georg Helfrich Germany
- Mr. P. E. Wolf Russia
- Mr. A. Ivashenzov Russia
- Absalyamova I. The first World Figure Skating Championships // Centenary history of the first World Figure Skating Championships (single skating). — Moscow: FON, 1997.
- Result List by the ISU
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