1936 European Figure Skating Championships

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1936 European Championships
Type: ISU Championship
Season: 1935-1936
Location: Germany Berlin
Champions
Men's singles:
Austria Karl Schäfer
Ladies' singles:
Norway Sonja Henie
Pair skating:
Germany Maxi Herber / Ernst Baier
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The 1936 European Figure Skating Championships were the European Figure Skating Championships of the 1935-1936 season. Elite senior-level figure skaters from European ISU Member Nations, as well as Japan, 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 1936, the European Championships were held in Berlin, Germany.

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Rank Name Nation
1 Karl Schäfer  Austria
2 Graham Sharp  United Kingdom
3 Ernst Baier  Germany
4 Felix Kaspar  Austria
5 Elemér Terták  Hungary
6 Marcus Nikkanen  Finland
7 Toshikazu Katayama  Japan
8 Freddie Tomlins  United Kingdom
9 Kazuyoshi Oimatsu  Japan
10 Robert van Zeebroeck  Belgium
11 Freddy Mésot  Belgium
12 Jean Henrion  France
13 Günther Lorenz  Austria
14 Herbert Haertel  Germany
15 Walter Grobert  Poland
WD Tsugio Hasegawa  Japan

Ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation
1 Sonja Henie  Norway
2 Cecilia Colledge  United Kingdom
3 Megan Taylor  United Kingdom
4 Liselotte Landbeck  Austria
5 Vivi-Anne Hultén  Sweden
6 Hedy Stenuf  France
7 Maxi Herber  Germany
8 Viktoria Lindpaitner  Germany
9 Etsuko Inada  Japan
10 Gladys Jagger  United Kingdom
11 Mia Macklin  United Kingdom
12 Pamela Prior  United Kingdom
13 Györgyi von Botond  Hungary
14 Éva von Botond  Hungary
15 Věra Hrubá  Czechoslovakia
16 Jacqueline Vaudecrane  France
17 Anita Wageler   Switzerland

Pairs[edit]

Rank Name Nation
1 Maxi Herber / Ernst Baier  Germany
2 Violet Cliff / Leslie Cliff  United Kingdom
3 Piroska Szekrényessy / Attila Szekrényessy  Hungary
4 Eva Prawitz / Otto Weiß  Germany
5 Stephanie Kalusz / Erwin Kalusz  Poland
6 Louisa Contamine / Robert Verdun  Belgium
7 Vera Treybalova / Josef Vosolsobe  Czechoslovakia

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