1965 European Figure Skating Championships

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1965 European Championships
Type: ISU Championship
Season: 1964-1965
Location: Soviet Union Moscow
Champions
Men's singles:
Austria Emmerich Danzer
Ladies' singles:
Austria Regine Heitzer
Pair skating:
Soviet Union Liudmila Belousova / Oleg Protopopov
Ice dancing:
Czechoslovakia Eva Romanová / Pavel Roman
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The 1965 European Figure Skating Championships were the European Figure Skating Championships of the 1964-1965 season. Elite senior-level figure skaters from European ISU Member Nations competed for the title of European Champion. Skaters competed in the disciplines of ladies' singles,[1] men's singles,[2] pair skating,[3] and ice dancing.[4]

In 1965, the European Championships were held in Moscow, Soviet Union.

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Rank Name Nation Points
1 Emmerich Danzer  Austria 2184.3/14
2 Alain Calmat  France 2188.3/16
3 Peter Jonas  Austria 2102./29
4 Sepp Schönmetzler  West Germany 2090.4/32
5 Wolfgang Schwarz  Austria 2040.9/46
6 Robert Dureville  France 2010.6/55
7 Peter Krick  West Germany 1959.8/74
8 Ondrej Nepela  Czechoslovakia 1952.0/76
9 Philippe Pélissier  France 1944.1/86
10 Sergei Chetverukhin  Soviet Union 1914.3/93
11 Giordano Abbondati  Italy 1915.1/100
12 Günter Zöller  East Germany 1917.0/99
13 Marian Filc  Czechoslovakia 1905.4/106
14 Jenő Ébert  Hungary 1877.7/119
15 Hywel Evans  United Kingdom 1811.5/137
16 Hansjörg Studer   Switzerland 1782.8/142

Ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation Points
1 Regine Heitzer  Austria 2288.6/9
2 Sally-Anne Stapleford  United Kingdom 2191.7/26
3 Nicole Hassler  France 2178.2/30
4 Helli Sengstschmid  Austria 2167.1/38
5 Gabriele Seyfert  East Germany 2165.9/38
6 Diana Clifton-Peach  United Kingdom 2130.5/51
7 Hana Mašková  Czechoslovakia 2072.6/72
8 Jana Mrázková  Czechoslovakia 2038.4/76
9 Astrid Czermak  Austria 2029.2/82
10 Angelika Wagner  West Germany 2007.3/86
11 Uschi Keszler  West Germany 1992.5/92
12 Zsuzsa Szentmiklóssy  Hungary 1933.6/113
13 Sandra Brugnera  Italy 1896.8/123
14 Tamara Bratus  Soviet Union 1867.1/131
15 Pia Zurcher   Switzerland 1835.4/142
16 Karin Dehle  Norway 1856.6/141
17 Britt Elfving  Sweden 1822.9/147
18 Denise Neanne  France 1819.5/151
19 Marianne Baek  Netherlands 1744.8/168
20 Pia Vingisaar  Finland 1642.2/180

Pairs[edit]

Rank Name Nation Points
1 Liudmila Belousova / Oleg Protopopov  Soviet Union 315.0/9
2 Gerda Johner / Rüdi Johner   Switzerland 306.9/18
3 Tatiana Zhuk / Alexander Gorelik  Soviet Union 298.8/28
4 Sonja Pfersdorf / Gunter Matzdorf  West Germany 293.8/37
5 Irene Müller / Hans-Georg Dallmer  East Germany 289.7/46
6 Tatiana Tarasova / Georgi Proskurin  Soviet Union 285.7/51
7 Margot Glockshuber / Wolfgang Danne  West Germany 279.7/66
8 Agnesa Wlachovska / Peter Bartosiewicz  Czechoslovakia 373.3/78
9 Gerlinde Schönbauer / Wilhelm Bietak  Austria 272.3/79
10 Mária Csordás / László Kondi  Hungary 268.8/86
11 Gudrun Hauss / Walter Häfner  West Germany 263.9/100
12 Monique Mathys / Yves Aellig   Switzerland 258.1/108
13 Vera Stehlikova / Karel Fajfr  Czechoslovakia 251.7/123
14 Ingeborg Strell / Fery Dedovich  Austria 350.9/125
15 Renate Rößler / Klaus Wasserfuhr  East Germany 248.2/133
16 Glenis Parry / John Bayman  United Kingdom 246.2/137
17 Anna-Maja Rissanen / Ilka Varhee  Finland 191.3/153

Ice Dancing[edit]

Rank Name Nation Points
1 Eva Romanová / Pavel Roman  Czechoslovakia 256.9/7
2 Janet Sawbridge / David Hickinbottom  United Kingdom 249.4/14
3 Yvonne Suddick / Roger Kennerson  United Kingdom 242.7/25
4 Diane Towler / Bernard Ford  United Kingdom 239.5/27
5 György Korda / Pal Vásárhelyi  Hungary 231.1/40
6 Gabriele Rauch / Rudi Matysik  West Germany 228.2/43
7 Jitka Babická / Jaromír Holan  Czechoslovakia 223.9/50
8 Brigitte Martin / Francis Gamichon  France 223.6/50
9 Jutta Peters / Wolfgang Kunz  West Germany 216.6/64
10 Christel Trebesiner / Gerald Felsinger  Austria 212.8/68
11 Annerose Baier / Eberhard Rüger  East Germany 206.0/79
12 Edit Mató / Karoly Csanády  Hungary 204.1/84
13 Nadezhda Velle / Alexander Treshchev  Soviet Union 197.0/93
14 Ludmila Kotkova / Vaclav Kotek  Czechoslovakia 197.7/94
15 Heide Mezger / Herbert Rothkappel  Austria 189.7/102

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