Prague Skate

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The Prague Skate (sometimes titled Golden Skate; from 1994: Czech Skate) is an international figure skating competition. It was a senior event from the 1960s to 1997, usually held in November or December in Prague.[1][2] Medals were awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, and pair skating. Since 1999, it is organized in some years as part of the ISU Junior Grand Prix series.

Senior medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Men's medalists
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
1964 Czechoslovakia Ondrej Nepela East Germany Günter Zöller Soviet Union Vladimir Kurenbin
1965 Italy Giordano Abbondati Czechoslovakia Ondrej Nepela Soviet Union Valeri Meshkov
1966 Czechoslovakia Ondrej Nepela Germany Peter Krick Soviet Union Sergei Chetverukhin
1967 Czechoslovakia Ondrej Nepela Soviet Union Sergei Chetverukhin Czechoslovakia Marian Filc
1968
1969
1970 Germany Klaus Grimmelt Soviet Union Vladimir Kovalev Italy Stefano Bargauan
1971 Italy Stefano Bargauan Czechoslovakia Zdeněk Pazdírek Switzerland Daniel Höner [3][4]
1972 United States Gordon McKellen, Jr. Czechoslovakia Zdeněk Pazdírek France Jacques Mrozek [3]
1973 Czechoslovakia František Pechar United States David Santee Canada Robert Rubens [3]
1974 United States Terry Kubicka Czechoslovakia František Pechar Soviet Union Konstantin Kokora [2][5]
1975 United States Charles Tickner Soviet Union Konstantin Kokora Czechoslovakia Zdenek Pazdirek
1976 United States Scott Cramer Czechoslovakia František Pechar France Jean-Christophe Simond [5]
1977 United States John Carlow Czechoslovakia Miroslav Šoška Soviet Union Georgi Starkov [5]
1978 France Jean-Christophe Simond Canada Vern Taylor United States Robert Wagenhoffer [5]
1979 Canada Gordon Forbes United States Allen Schramm Czechoslovakia Jozef Sabovčík [5]
1980 Czechoslovakia Jozef Sabovčík Canada Daniel Béland Poland Grzegorz Glowania [5]
1981 Czechoslovakia Jozef Sabovčík Canada Neil Paterson Soviet Union Gurgen Vardanjan [5]
1982 Czechoslovakia Jozef Sabovčík Canada André Bourgeois Japan Makoto Kano [5]
1983 Japan Takashi Mura United States James Santee Canada Campbell Sinclair [5]
1984 Czechoslovakia Petr Barna West Germany Richard Zander Soviet Union Gurgen Vardanjan [5]
1985 Czechoslovakia Petr Barna East Germany Ralf Lewandowski France Philippe Roncoli [5]
1986 Czechoslovakia Petr Barna Denmark Henrik Walentin West Germany Daniel Weiss [5]
1987 Czechoslovakia Petr Barna West Germany Heiko Fischer Soviet Union Dmitri Gromov [5]
1988 Czechoslovakia Petr Barna France Philippe Candeloro Romania Zsolt Kerekes
1989 France Nicolas Pétorin Soviet Union Gleb Bokiy East Germany Mirko Eichhorn
No men competition in 1990
1992 Japan Masakazu Kagiyama United States Rudy Galindo Canada Marcus Christensen [5]
1994 Ukraine Evgeni Pliuta United Kingdom Clive Shorten Russia Alexei Yagudin [5]
1995 Russia Roman Ekimov Ukraine Yevgeny Martynov France Laurent Tobel [5][6]
1996
1997 Canada Stéphane Yvars Poland Robert Grzegorczyk Ukraine Yevgeny Martynov [5]

Ladies[edit]

Ladies' medalists
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
1964 France Nicole Hassler East Germany Gabriele Seyfert Czechoslovakia Jana Mrázková
1965 Czechoslovakia Hana Mašková Hungary Zsuzsa Almassy Germany Uschi Keszler
1966 Czechoslovakia Hana Mašková Hungary Zsuzsa Almassy Austria Elisabeth Nestler
1967 Czechoslovakia Hana Mašková East Germany Beate Richter Austria Elisabeth Mikula
1968
1969
1970 Czechoslovakia Ľudmila Bezáková Germany Ilka Spormann Canada Mary McCaffrey
1971 Czechoslovakia Hana Knapová East Germany Anett Pötzsch Switzerland Karin Iten [3][4]
1972 United States Dorothy Hamill West Germany Gerti Schanderl Canada Daria Prychun [3]
1973 Canada Lynn Nightingale United States Wendy Burge Netherlands Dianne de Leeuw [3]
1974 United States Kath Malmberg Czechoslovakia Hana Knapová East Germany Steffi Knoll [2][5]
1975 United States Priscilla Hill Italy Susanna Driano Poland Grazyna Dudek
1976 Austria Claudia Kristofics-Binder United States Lisa-Marie Allen Switzerland Anita Siegfried [5]
1977 United States Kathy Gelecinsky East Germany Marion Weber Canada Deborah Albright [5]
1978 United States Jill Sawyer West Germany Karin Riediger Czechoslovakia Renata Baierová [5]
1979 United States Elaine Zayak Czechoslovakia Renata Baierová Switzerland Myriam Oberwiler [5]
1980 East Germany Carola Paul Soviet Union Anna Kondrashova Japan Megumi Yanagihara [7]
1981 Canada Kerry Smith Japan Juri Ozawa Soviet Union Alla Fomicheva [5]
1982 France Agnès Gosselin Soviet Union Natalia Lebedeva East Germany Karin Hendschke [5]
1983 Japan Midori Ito Japan Sachie Yuki East Germany Constanze Gensel [5]
1984 West Germany Cornelia Renner United States Leslie Sikes East Germany Simone Koch [5]
1985 East Germany Inga Gauter Japan Sachie Yuki Japan Izumi Aotani [5][8]
1986 West Germany Susanne Becher Czechoslovakia Jana Přibylová Soviet Union Inna Krundysheva [5]
1987 Sweden Lotta Falkenbäck Austria Yvonne Pokorny United States Julie Wasserman [5]
1988 East Germany Simone Lang Italy Sabine Contini Switzerland Michèle Claret [9][10]
1989 United States Tisha Walker East Germany Simone Koch Czechoslovakia Marcela Kochollová [5]
1990 Czechoslovakia Lenka Kulovaná Germany Simone Lang Japan Mari Asanuma [5][11]
1992 Japan Yuka Sato France Surya Bonaly Hungary Krisztina Czakó [5]
1994 Czech Republic Lenka Kulovaná Czech Republic Kateřina Beránková Ukraine Elena Liashenko [5]
1995 Czech Republic Lenka Kulovaná Russia Daria Timoshenko Canada Netty Kim [5][6]
1996
1997 Russia Ekaterina Siniapkina Canada Annie Bellemare Poland Marta Głuchowska [5]

Pairs[edit]

Pairs medalists
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
1964 Germany Sonja Pferzdorf / Günter Matzdorf Czechoslovakia Agnesa Wlachovska / Peter Bartosiewicz Soviet Union Tatiana Tarasova / Georgi Proskurin
1965 Germany Margot Glockshuber / Wolfgang Danne Switzerland Monique Mathys / Yves Aellig Czechoslovakia Vera Stehlikova / Karel Fajfr
1966 Germany Margot Glockshuber / Wolfgang Danne Germany Gudrun Hauss / Walter Häfner East Germany Heidemarie Steiner / Heinz-Ulrich Walther
1967 Soviet Union Tatiana Sharanova / Anatoli Evdokimov Germany Marianne Streifler / Herbert Wiesinger Poland Janina Poremska / Piotr Sczypa
No pair skating event 1970–1977
1978 United States Vicky Heasley / Robert Wagenhoffer Czechoslovakia Ingrid Spieglová / Alan Spiegl Soviet Union Nelli Chervotkina / Viktor Teslia [5]
1979 Soviet Union Nelli Chervotkina / Viktor Teslia Czechoslovakia Ingrid Spieglová / Alan Spiegl East Germany Birgit Lorenz / Knut Schubert [5]
1980 East Germany Birgit Lorenz / Knut Schubert Canada Becky Gough / Mark Rowsom Czechoslovakia Ingrid Zenata / Rene Novotny [5]
1981 Canada Melinda Kunhegyi / Lyndon Johnston Soviet Union Inna Volyanskaya / Valeri Spiridonov United States Lynne Freeman / Jay Freeman [5]
1982 East Germany Babette Preußler /Torsten Ohlow Soviet Union Elena Bechke / Valeri Kornienko Czechoslovakia Jana Havlova / Rene Novotny
1983 Soviet Union Inna Bekker / Sergei Likhanski East Germany Peggy Seidel / Ralf Seifert Japan Toshimi Ito / Takashi Mura [5]
1984 Soviet Union Yulia Bystrova / Alexander Tarasov Czechoslovakia Dagmar Kovářová / Jozef Komár United States Maria Lako / Michael Blicharski [5]
1985 United States Lori Blasko / Todd Sand Soviet Union Svetlana Frantsuzova / Oleg Gorshkov Canada Laurene Collin / David Howe [5]
1986 East Germany Peggy Schwarz / Alexander König Soviet Union Elena Bechke / Valeri Kornienko Soviet Union Lyudmila Koblova / Andrei Kalitin [5]
1987 East Germany Mandy Wötzel / Axel Rauschenbach Soviet Union Natalia Mishkutenok / Artur Dmitriev Canada Isabelle Brasseur / Lloyd Eisler [5]
1988 East Germany Mandy Wötzel / Axel Rauschenbach Soviet Union Karina Guchmazova / Sergei Petrovski Australia Danielle Carr / Stephen Carr [12]
1989 Czechoslovakia Radka Kovaříková / René Novotný East Germany Ines Müller / Ingo Steuer Soviet Union Karina Guchmazova / Sergei Petrovski [5]
1990 United States Karen Courtland / Jason Dungjen Canada Kristy Sargeant / Colin Epp Soviet Union Ludmila Kaleniuk / Gennadi Markushin [5][11]
1992 United States Jenni Meno / Todd Sand Latvia Elena Berezhnaya / Oleg Shliakhov Canada Tiina Muur / Cory Watson [5]
1994 Czech Republic Radka Kovaříková / René Novotný Russia Oksana Kazakova / Dmitri Sukhanov Russia Elena Tobiash / Sergei Smirnov [5]
1995 Russia Olga Semkina / Andrei Chuvilaev Poland Dorota Zagórska / Mariusz Siudek Germany Silvia Dimitrov / Rico Rex [5][6]
1996
1997 Canada Valerie Saurette / Jean-Sébastien Fecteau Canada Jodeyne Higgins / Sean Rice United Kingdom Maria Poluliaschenko / Andrew Seabrook [5]

Ice dancing[edit]

Ice dancing medalists
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
1964 Czechoslovakia Eva Romanová / Pavel Roman Czechoslovakia Jitka Babická / Jaromír Holan Germany Gabriele Rauch / Rudi Matysik
1965 Czechoslovakia Jitka Babická / Jaromír Holan Germany Gabriele Matysik / Rudi Matysik United Kingdom Dean / Webster
1966 Czechoslovakia Jitka Babická / Jaromír Holan Germany Gabriele Matysik / Rudi Matysik Soviet Union Irina Grishkova / Viktor Ryzhkin
1967 Soviet Union Irina Grishkova / Viktor Ryzhkin Czechoslovakia Dana Novotná / Jaromír Holan East Germany Annerose Baier / Eberhard Rüger
No ice dancing event 1970–1977
1978 Czechoslovakia Liliana Řeháková / Stanislav Drastich Soviet Union Natalia Bestemianova / Andrei Bukin United States Karen Mankowich / Douglas Mankowich [5]
1979 Czechoslovakia Liliana Řeháková / Stanislav Drastich United States Judy Blumberg / Michael Seibert Czechoslovakia Anna Pisánská / Jiří Musil [5]
1980 Soviet Union Elena Garanina / Igor Zavozin Czechoslovakia Jana Beránková / Jan Barták Canada Gina Aucoin / Hans Peter Ponikau [5]
1981 Czechoslovakia Jana Beránková / Jan Barták United States Terri Slater / Rick Berg Soviet Union Yulia Romanova / Yuri Gaichenkov [5]
No ice dancing event 1982
1982 without Icedancing competition
1983 Czechoslovakia Jindra Holá / Karol Foltán Soviet Union Maya Usova / Alexander Zhulin United States Lois Luciani / Russ Witherby [5]
1984 Japan Noriko Sato / Tadayuki Takahashi Austria Kathrin Beck / Christoff Beck United States Margaret Bodo / Rick Berg [5]
No ice dancing event 1985 and 1986
1987 United States Renee Roca / James Yorke Italy Michela Malingambi / Andrea Gilardi Czechoslovakia Viera Řeháková / Ivan Havránek [5]
1988 Czechoslovakia Andrea Juklova / Martin Simecek Italy Stefania Calegari / Pasquale Camerlengo Finland Susanna Rahkamo / Petri Kokko
1989 Czechoslovakia Monika Mandiková / Oliver Pekar Czechoslovakia Ivana Střondalová / Milan Brzý Soviet Union Maria Orlova / Alexei Kiliakov [5]
1990 Canada Dara Bailey / Rock Lemay Czechoslovakia Monika Mandiková / Oliver Pekar Soviet Union Elena Grushina / Ruslan Goncharov [5][11]
1990 Russia Elena Kustarova / Oleg Ovsyannikov Czech Republic Kateřina Mrázová / Martin Šimeček United States Jennifer Nocito / Michael Verlich [5]
1994 Czech Republic Kateřina Mrázová / Martin Šimeček Ukraine Svitlana Chernykova / Oleksander Sosnenko Germany Yvonne Schulz / Sven Authorsen [5]
1995 Czech Republic Kateřina Mrázová / Martin Šimeček Russia Olga Sharutenko / Dmitri Naumkin Poland Iwona Filipowicz / Michał Szumski [5][6]
1996
1997 Canada Marie-France Dubreuil / Patrice Lauzon France Magali Sauri / Olivier Chapuis Italy Francesca Fermi / Andrei Baldi [5]

Junior medalists[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Um "Goldenen Prager Schlittschuh"" [Golden Prague Skate]. Neues Deutschland (in German). 4 December 1964. 
  2. ^ a b c "Steffi Knoll auf Platz drei beim "Prager Schlittschuh"" [Steffi Knoll third at Prague Skate]. Neues Deutschland (in German). 11 November 1974. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f "Results Book, Volume 1: 1896–1973" (PDF). Skate Canada. p. 28. Archived from the original on 22 November 2010. 
  4. ^ a b "Hana Knapova in Prag vor Anett Putsch" [Hana Knapova wins in Prague ahead of Anett Pötzsch] (in German). Neues Deutschland Archiv. 16 November 1971. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk "Results Book, Volume 2: 1974–current" (PDF). Skate Canada. pp. 80–83. Archived from the original on 20 September 2009. 
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  7. ^ "Bundesarchiv Bild 183-W1109-0013, Carola Paul". Allgemeiner Deutscher Nachrichtendienst. German Federal Archives. 9 November 1980. 
  8. ^ "Bundesarchiv Bild 183-1985-1110-011, Inga Gauter". Allgemeiner Deutscher Nachrichtendienst. German Federal Archives. 10 November 1985. 
  9. ^ "Bundesarchiv Bild 183-1988-1106-004, Simone Lang". Allgemeiner Deutscher Nachrichtendienst. German Federal Archives. 6 November 1988. 
  10. ^ "Zwei DDR-Erfolge beim „Prager Schlittschuh"" [Two East German successes at Prague Skate] (in German). nd-archiv.de. 7 November 1988. 
  11. ^ a b c "Prague Skate 1990, CZE, Prague". International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 27 March 2017. 
  12. ^ "Bundesarchiv Bild 183-1988-1106-005, Mandy Wötzel, Axel Rauschnbach". Allgemeiner Deutscher Nachrichtendienst. German Federal Archives. 6 November 1988.