1991 World Figure Skating Championships
|1991 World Figure Skating Championships|
|Date:||March 12 – 17|
|Location:||Munich, West Germany|
Natalia Mishkutenok / Artur Dmitriev
Isabelle Duchesnay / Paul Duchesnay
|Men||Kurt Browning||Viktor Petrenko||Todd Eldredge|
|Ladies||Kristi Yamaguchi||Tonya Harding||Nancy Kerrigan|
|Pair skating||Natalia Mishkutenok / Artur Dmitriev||Isabelle Brasseur / Lloyd Eisler||Natasha Kuchiki / Todd Sand|
|Ice dancing||Isabelle Duchesnay / Paul Duchesnay||Marina Klimova / Sergei Ponomarenko||Maya Usova / Alexander Zhulin|
Medals by country
Kurt Browning won his third world championship in a row. Elvis Stojko (CAN) lands the first quad in combination, the first quadruple toe loop-double toe loop combination, at the World Championships.
The U.S. became the only nation to ever sweep the ladies' podium at a World Championships.
Midori Ito and Laetitia Hubert collided with each other during a practice session. In the short program, Ito stumbled over an opening in the boards and into a camera but was back on the ice after three seconds.
The judges voted two couples (from Czechoslovakia and Poland) exactly the same (each 12 placings in compulsory dance 2).
- Janofsky, Michael (March 15, 1991). "FIGURE SKATING; Browning's Triple Jumps Lead to 3d Title in Row". The New York Times.
- Janofsky, Michael (March 17, 1991). "Figure Skating; Skating Sweep for the U.S. Women". The New York Times.
- Janofsky, Michael (March 14, 1991). "FIGURE SKATING; Brilliant Victory for Soviet Pair and Surprising 3d for U.S". The New York Times.
- Mallozzi, Vincent M. (December 29, 1991). "THE YEAR IN REVIEW; Winners of 1991 Individual and Team Championships". The New York Times.
- USA Today quad timeline
- "FIGURE SKATING / WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS : Soviets Win, U.S. Pair Third". Los Angeles Times. March 14, 1991.
- "Ice Queens". CNN. March 25, 1991.
- Janofsky, Michael (March 16, 1991). "Ito Survives Hard Knocks and Gains 3d Place". The New York Times.
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