1988 European Figure Skating Championships

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1988 European Championships
Type: ISU Championship
Season: 1987–88
Location: Prague, Czechoslovakia
Champions
Men's singles:
Soviet Union Alexander Fadeev
Ladies' singles:
East Germany Katarina Witt
Pair skating:
Soviet Union Ekaterina Gordeeva / Sergei Grinkov
Ice dancing:
Soviet Union Natalia Bestemianova / Andrei Bukin
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The 1988 European Figure Skating Championships was a senior-level international competition held in Prague. Elite skaters from European ISU member nations competed in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing.[1][2][3][4]

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Fadeev attempted but missed a quadruple jump but was able to win. The podium was the same as the previous year.[5]

Rank Name Nation
1 Alexander Fadeev  Soviet Union
2 Vladimir Kotin  Soviet Union
3 Viktor Petrenko  Soviet Union
4 Grzegorz Filipowski  Poland
5 Richard Zander  West Germany
6 Heiko Fischer  West Germany
7 Petr Barna  Czechoslovakia
8 Oliver Höner   Switzerland
9 Paul Robinson  United Kingdom
10 Axel Médéric  France
11 Frédéric Lipka  France
12 Alessandro Riccitelli  Italy
13 András Száraz  Hungary
14 Ralf Burghart  Austria
15 Peter Johansson  Sweden
16 Oula Jääskeläinen  Finland
17 Michael Huth  East Germany
18 Rico Krahnert  East Germany
19 Henrik Walentin  Denmark
20 Jaroslav Suchý  Czechoslovakia
21 Tomislav Čižmešija  Yugoslavia
22 Cornel Gheorghe  Romania
23 Przemysław Noworyta  Poland
24 Fernando Soria  Spain

Ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation
1 Katarina Witt  East Germany
2 Kira Ivanova  Soviet Union
3 Anna Kondrashova  Soviet Union
4 Claudia Leistner  West Germany
5 Simone Koch  East Germany
6 Natalia Gorbenko  Soviet Union
7 Agnès Gosselin  France
8 Tamara Téglássy  Hungary
9 Marina Kielmann  West Germany
10 Joanne Conway  United Kingdom
11 Iveta Voralova  Czechoslovakia
12 Stefanie Schmid   Switzerland
13 Beatrice Gelmini  Italy
14 Katrien Pauwels  Belgium
15 Mirella Gawłowska  Poland
16 Claude Péri  France
17 Željka Čižmešija  Yugoslavia
18 Lotta Falkenbäck  Sweden
19 Petra Vonmoos   Switzerland
20 Yvonne Pokorny  Austria
21 Anisette Torp-Lind  Denmark
22 Katerina Novakova  Czechoslovakia
23 Elina Hanninen  Finland
24 Eva Plaszko  Hungary
Free Skating Not Reached
25 Marta Olozagarre  Spain

Pairs[edit]

Rank Name Nation TFP SP FS
1 Ekaterina Gordeeva / Sergei Grinkov  Soviet Union 1.5 1 1
2 Larisa Selezneva / Oleg Makarov  Soviet Union
3 Peggy Schwarz / Alexander König  East Germany
4 Natalia Mishkutenok / Artur Dmitriev  Soviet Union
5 Mandy Wötzel / Axel Rauschenbach  East Germany
6 Lenka Knapova / René Novotný  Czechoslovakia
7 Brigitte Groh / Holger Maletz  West Germany
8 Cheryl Peake / Andrew Naylor  United Kingdom
9 Anuschka Gläser / Stefan Pfrengle  West Germany
10 Lisa Cushley / Neil Cushley  United Kingdom
11 Dagmar Kovarova / Karel Komar  Czechoslovakia

Ice dancing[edit]

Rank Name Nation
1 Natalia Bestemianova / Andrei Bukin  Soviet Union
2 Natalia Annenko / Genrikh Sretenski  Soviet Union
3 Isabelle Duchesnay / Paul Duchesnay  France
4 Maya Usova / Alexander Zhulin  Soviet Union
5 Kathrin Beck / Christoff Beck  Austria
6 Klára Engi / Attila Tóth  Hungary
7 Lia Trovati / Roberto Pelizzola  Italy
8 Sharon Jones / Paul Askham  United Kingdom
9 Viera Řeháková / Ivan Havránek  Czechoslovakia
10 Corinne Paliard / Didier Courtois  France
11 Stefania Calegari / Pasquale Camerlengo  Italy
12 Honorata Górna / Andrzej Dostatni  Poland
13 Andrea Juklova / Martin Šimeček  Czechoslovakia
14 Andrea Weppelmann / Hendryk Schamberger  West Germany
15 Susanna Rahkamo / Petri Kokko  Finland
16 Desiree Schlegel / Patrik Brecht   Switzerland
17 Annalisa Meyers / Justin Green  United Kingdom
WD Antonia Becherer / Ferdinand Becherer  West Germany

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