1951 European Figure Skating Championships

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1951 European Championships
Type:ISU Championship
Date:2 – 4 February 1951
Season:1950-1951
Location:Switzerland Zürich
Champions
Men's singles:
Austria Helmut Seibt
Ladies' singles:
United Kingdom Jeannette Altwegg
Pair skating:
West Germany Ria Baran / Paul Falk
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The 1951 European Figure Skating Championships were the European Figure Skating Championships of the 1950-1951 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] and pair skating.[3]

In 1951, the European Championships were held in Zürich, Switzerland from February 2 to 4.

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Rank Name Nation
1 Helmut Seibt  Austria
2 Horst Faber  West Germany
3 Carlo Fassi  Italy
4 Michael Carrington  United Kingdom
5 Freimut Stein  West Germany
6 François Pache   Switzerland
7 Martin Felsenreich  Austria
8 Fritz Loosli   Switzerland

Ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation
1 Jeannette Altwegg  United Kingdom
2 Jacqueline du Bief  France
3 Barbara Wyatt  United Kingdom
4 Valda Osborn  United Kingdom
5 Beryl Bailey  United Kingdom
6 Gundi Busch  West Germany
7 Helga Dudzinski  West Germany
8 Lotte Schwenk  Austria
9 Suzanne Wirz   Switzerland
10 Inge Jell  West Germany
11 Yolande Jobin   Switzerland
12 Ghislaine Kopf  Austria
13 Leena Pietilä  Finland
14 Gun Ericson  Sweden
15 Alida Elisabeth Stoppelman  Netherlands
16 Bjørg Lohner  Norway
17 Rietje van Erkel  Netherlands
18 Yvonne Ruts  Netherlands

Pairs[edit]

Rank Name Nation
1 Ria Baran / Paul Falk  West Germany
2 Eliane Steineman / André Calame   Switzerland
3 Jennifer Nicks / John Nicks  United Kingdom
4 Silvia Grandjean / Michel Grandjean   Switzerland
5 Inge Minor / Hermann Braun  West Germany
6 Elly Stärck / Harry Gareis  Austria
7 Marlies Schrör / Hans Schwarz  West Germany
8 Elizabeth Williams / John McCann  United Kingdom
9 Silva Palme / Marco Lajović  Yugoslavia
10 Doris Clayden / Ronald Clayden  United Kingdom

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