13 January 1916 |
Liselotte Landbeck (born 13 January 1916) is a former Austrian athlete who competed at a high level in both figure skating and speed skating in the 1930s. In figure skating, she won the bronze medal at the 1934 World Championships. In speed skating, she won the first unofficial World Championship for ladies in 1933, and held the ladies' world record in the 500m as well as the 1000m.
Although she originally was from Vienna, in 1935, she married the Belgian figure skater Robert Verdun and moved to that country. She represented Belgium in the 1936 Winter Olympics.
Competitive highlights (figure skating)