1926 World Figure Skating Championships

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1926 World Figure Skating Championships
Type: ISU Championship
Season: 1926
Location: Germany Berlin (men and pairs)
Sweden Stockholm (ladies)
Champions
Men's singles:
Austria Willy Böckl
Ladies' singles:
Austria Herma Szabo
Pair skating:
France Andrée Joly and Pierre Brunet
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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 1926 men competitions took place on February 13 to 14, 1926 in Berlin, Germany. The 1926 ladies competitions took place on February 7 to 8, 1926 in Stockholm, Sweden. The 1926 pairs competition took place February 13 to14, 1926 in Berlin, Germany.

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Rank Name Nation Places
1 Willy Böckl  Austria 7
2 Otto Preißecker  Austria 11
3 John F. Page  United Kingdom 18
4 Werner Rittberger  Germany 21
5 Josef Slíva  Czechoslovakia 26
6 Ludwig Wrede  Austria 29
7 Robert van Zeebroeck  Belgium 30
8 Arne Lie  Norway 41
9 Paul Franke  Germany 42

Judges were

Ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation Places
1 Herma Plank-Szabo  Austria 5
2 Sonja Henie  Norway 10
3 Kathleen Shaw  United Kingdom 16
4 Elisabeth Böckel  Germany 21
5 Solveig Johansen  Norway 26
6 Hildegard Thiel  Austria 27

Judges were

Pairs[edit]

Rank Name Nation Places
1 Andrée Joly / Pierre Brunet  France 12
2 Lilly Scholz / Otto Kaiser  Austria 22
3 Herma Plank-Szabo / Ludwig Wrede  Austria 26
4 Gisela Hochhaltinger / Georg Pamperl  Austria 32.5
5 Sonja Henie / Arne Lie  Norway 33.5
6 Ethel Muckelt / John F. Page  United Kingdom 40
7 Else Hoppe / Oscar Hoppe  Czechoslovakia 42.5
8 Ilse Kishauer / Herbert Haertel  Germany 52.5
9 Grete Weise / Georg Velisch  Germany 60.5
10 Margit Edlund / Anders Palm  Sweden 63.5

Judges were

References[edit]

  • Result List provided by the ISU