1947 European Figure Skating Championships

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1947 European Championships
Type: ISU Championship
Season: 1943-1947
Location: Switzerland Davos
Champions
Men's singles:
Switzerland Hans Gerschwiler
Ladies' singles:
Canada Barbara Ann Scott
Pair skating:
Belgium Micheline Lannoy / Pierre Baugniet
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The 1947 European Figure Skating Championships were the European Figure Skating Championships of the 1946-1947 season. Elite senior-level figure skaters from European ISU Member Nations, in addition to the United States, Canada, and Australia, competed for the title of European Champion. Skaters competed in the disciplines of ladies' singles,[1] men's singles,[2] and pair skating.[3]

In 1947, the European Championships were held in Davos, Switzerland.

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Rank Name Nation
1 Hans Gerschwiler   Switzerland
2 Vladislav Čáp  Czechoslovakia
3 Fernand Leemans  Belgium
4 Arthur Apfel  United Kingdom
5 Zdeněk Fikar  Czechoslovakia
6 Fritz Durst   Switzerland

Ladies[edit]

Scott is the only winner from outside Europe in ladies' singles.

Rank Name Nation
1 Barbara Ann Scott  Canada
2 Gretchen Merrill  United States
3 Daphne Walker  United Kingdom
4 Jeannette Altwegg  United Kingdom
5 Jiřína Nekolová  Czechoslovakia
6 Alena Vrzáňová  Czechoslovakia
7 Marion Davies  United Kingdom
8 Maja Hug   Switzerland
9 Bridget Shirley Adams  United Kingdom
10 Jill Linzee  United Kingdom
11 Dagmar Lerchová  Czechoslovakia
12 Barbara Wyatt  United Kingdom
13 Roberta Scholdan  United States
14 Ursula Arnold   Switzerland
15 Simone Clinckers  Belgium
16 Patricia Molony  Australia
17 Lotti Höner   Switzerland
18 Gun Hammarin  Sweden
19 Anne-Marie Sjöberg  Sweden
WD Gun Ericson  Sweden

Pairs[edit]

Rank Name Nation
1 Micheline Lannoy / Pierre Baugniet  Belgium
2 Winifred Silverthorne / Dennis Silverthorne  United Kingdom
3 Suzanne Diskeuve / Edmond Verbustel  Belgium
4 Denise Fayolle / Guy Pigier  France
5 Bela Zachova / Jaroslav Zach  Czechoslovakia
6 Jennifer Nicks / John Nicks  United Kingdom
7 Luny Unold / Hans Kuster   Switzerland
8 Denise Favart / Jacques Favart  France
9 Pamela Davis / Ernest H.C. Yates  United Kingdom
10 Eva Dousova / Jaroslav Sadilek  Czechoslovakia
11 Kerstin Wikman / Harry Berlin  Sweden

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