2019 European Figure Skating Championships

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2019 European Figure Skating Championships
Type:ISU Championship
Date:January 2019
Location:Minsk, Belarus
Defending champions
Men's singles:
Spain Javier Fernández
Ladies' singles:
Russia Alina Zagitova
Pair skating:
Russia Evgenia Tarasova / Vladimir Morozov
Ice dance:
France Gabriella Papadakis / Guillaume Cizeron
2018 European Championships
2020 European Championships

The 2019 European Figure Skating Championships will be held in January 2019 in Minsk, Belarus.[1] Medals will be awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pairs, and ice dancing.


Skaters were eligible for the event if they represented a European member nation of the International Skating Union and had reached the age of 15 before July 1, 2018, in their place of birth. The corresponding competition for non-European skaters is the 2019 Four Continents Championships. National associations selected their entries according to their own criteria but the ISU mandated that their selections achieve a minimum technical elements score (TES) at an international event prior to the European Championships.

Minimum TES[edit]

The ISU stipulates that the minimum scores must be achieved at an ISU-recognized senior international competition in the ongoing or preceding season, no later than 21 days before the first official practice day.

Minimum technical scores (TES)
Discipline SP / SD FS / FD
Men 28.00 46.00
Ladies 23.00 40.00
Pairs 25.00 42.00
Ice dance 26.00 42.00
SP and FS scores may be attained at different events.

Number of entries per discipline[edit]

Based on the results of the 2018 European Championships, the ISU allows each country one to three entries per discipline.

Spots Men Ladies Pairs Dance
3  Russia  Russia  Italy
2  Belgium
 Czech Republic
 Great Britain
If not listed above, one entry is allowed.


Member nations began announcing their selections in December 2018.

Country Men Ladies Pairs Ice dancing
 Great Britain[2] Graham Newberry Natasha McKay Zoe Jones / Christopher Boyadji Lilah Fear / Lewis Gibson
Robynne Tweedale / Joseph Buckland
 Latvia Deniss Vasiljevs
 Spain Javier Fernández
Valentina Matos Laura Barquero / Aritz Maestu Sara Hurtado / Kirill Khaliavin
Olivia Smart / Adrián Díaz

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "ISU Championships 2019 Provisional Allotments". International Skating Union.
  2. ^ >"Official announcement of GBR squad". National Ice Skating Association.

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