Danish Figure Skating Championships

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The Danish Figure Skating Championships (Danish: Danske Mesterskaber) are the figure skating national championships held annually to crown the national champions of Denmark. Skaters compete in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies singles, pair skating, and ice dancing, across different levels. Not every event has been held in every year due to a lack of entries.

The competition is organized by the Dansk Skøjte Union.[1] It was held outdoors in the first half of the 20th century, and was therefore subject to the weather conditions; it was not held during the warmer winters.

Senior medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Senior men
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1911–12 H. Meincke
1912–13 to 1915–16: None
1916–17 Holger Thiel
1917–18 to 1920–21: None
1921–22 Peter Sørensen
1922–23: None
1923–24 Peter Sørensen
1924–25 to 1927–28: None
1928–29 Peter Sørensen
1929–30 to 1938–39: None
1939–40 Per Cock-Clausen
1940–41 Per Cock-Clausen
1941–42 Per Cock-Clausen
1942–43 to 1944–45: None
1945–46 Per Cock-Clausen
1946–47 Per Cock-Clausen
1947–48 Per Cock-Clausen
1948–49 to 1952–53: None
1953–54 Per Cock-Clausen
1954–55 Per Cock-Clausen
1955–56 Per Cock-Clausen
1956–57 to 1958–59: None
1959–60 Per Cock-Clausen
1960–61 Per Cock-Clausen
1961–62 Per Cock-Clausen
1962–63 Per Cock-Clausen
1963–64 Arne Hoffmann
1964–65 Arne Hoffmann
1965–66 Arne Hoffmann
1966–67 Arne Hoffmann
1967–68 Arne Hoffmann
1968–69 Preben Lindenkrone Sørensen
1969–70 Arne Hoffmann
1970–71 John Ferdinandsen
1971–72 John Ferdinandsen
1972–73 Preben Lindenkrone Sørensen
1973–74 Preben Lindenkrone Sørensen
1974–75 Flemming Søderquist
1975–76 Flemming Søderquist
1976–77 Flemming Søderquist
1977–78 Jan Glerup
1978–79 to 1979–80: None
1980–81 Fini Ravn
1981–82 Todd Sand
1982–83 Todd Sand
1983–84 Lars Dresler
1984–85 Esbjerg Lars Dresler
1985–86 Lars Dresler
1986–87 Lars Dresler
1987–88 Lars Dresler
1988–89 Henrik Walentin
1989–90 Henrik Walentin
1990–91 Henrik Walentin
1991–92 Michael Tyllesen
1992–93 Michael Tyllesen
1993–94 Michael Tyllesen
1994–95 Johnny Rønne Jensen
1995–96 Michael Tyllesen
1996–97 Michael Tyllesen
1997–98 Johnny Rønne Jensen Lasse Bech None
1998–99 Aarhus Johnny Rønne Jensen Tem Lylloff None
1999–2000 Hørsholm Michael Tyllesen Johnny Rønne Jensen Lasse Bech
2000–01 Aalborg Peter Bækgaard Kjær None
2001–02 Peter Bækgaard Kjær None
2002–03 Herning Peter Bækgaard Kjær Michael Felding None
2003–04 Herlev Michael Felding None
2004–05 Michael Felding Nicolai Siersted None
2005–06 Tårnby Michael Felding None
2006–07 Frederikshavn Nicolai Siersted None
2007–08 Gladsaxe Justus Strid None
2008–09 Esbjerg Justus Strid Jesper Thræntoft Kristiansen None [2]
2009–10 Rødovre Justus Strid None [3]
2010–11 Aarhus Justus Strid None
2011–12 Hvidovre Justus Strid None' [4]
2012–13 Aalborg Justus Strid Keiran Araza None [5]
2013–14 Herlev Justus Strid Keiran Araza No other competitors [6]
2014–15 Herning Keiran Araza No other competitors [7]
2015–16 Tårnby Keiran Araza No other competitors [8]
2016–17 Vojens Not held [9]

Ladies[edit]

Senior ladies
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1911–12 Gerda Iversen
1912–13 to 1915–16: None
1916–17 Alice Krayenbühl
1917–18 to 1920–21: None
1921–22 Alice Krayenbühl
1922–23: None
1923–24 Alice Jeppesen
1924–25 to 1938–39: None
1939–40 Esther Kolni
1940–41 Esther Kolni
1941–42 Esther Kolni
1942–43 to 1944–45: None
1945–46 Eva Meistrup
1946–47 Esther Kolni
1947–48 Eva Meistrup
1948–49 to 1952–53: None
1953–54 Eva Meistrup
1954–55 Bente Palle Sørensen
1955–56 Eva Meistrup
1956–57 to 1958–59: None
1959–60 Ayoe Bardram
1960–61 Eva Petersen
1961–62 Eva Petersen
1962–63 Hanne Flygenring
1963–64 Marianne Bæk
1964–65 Marianne Bæk
1965–66 Jette Vad
1966–67 Jette Vad
1967–68 Jette Vad
1968–69 Jette Vad
1969–70 Kirsten Frikke
1970–71 Kirsten Frikke
1971–72 Kirsten Frikke
1972–73 Hanne Jensen
1973–74 Hanne Jensen
1974–75 Jeanette Mingon
1975–76 Jeanette Mingon
1976–77 Jeanette Mingon
1977–78 Jeanette Mingon
1978–79 Heidi Bartelsen
1979–80 Heidi Bartelsen
1980–81 Heidi Bartelsen
1981–82 Anette Nygaard
1982–83 Hanne Gamborg
1983–84 Hanne Gamborg
1984–85 Connie Sjøholm Jørgensen
1985–86 Tina Hegner
1986–87 Connie Sjøholm Jørgensen
1987–88 Anisette Torp-Lind
1988–89 Anisette Torp-Lind
1989–90 Anisette Torp-Lind
1990–91 Anisette Torp-Lind
1991–92 Anisette Torp-Lind
1992–93 Anisette Torp-Lind
1993–94 Anisette Torp-Lind
1994–95 Maria Fuglsang
1995–96 Maria Fuglsang
1996–97 Julia Sandsten
1997–98 Veronika Krogh Marie Louise Deistler Kristine Kierkgaard
1998–99 Aarhus Maria Louise Deistler Maria Fenger Jensen Line Rohde Petersen
1999–2000 Hørsholm Mikkeline Kierkgaard Maria Louise Deistler Maria Fenger Jensen
2000–01 Aalborg Sarah Nymand Rikke Kjer Petersen Line Rohde Petersen
2001–02 Christina Lykke Kristensen Maria Louise Deistler Helle Larsen
2002–03 Herning Pernille Holkjær Christina Sørensen Maria Kjær
2003–04 Herlev Christina Lykke Kristensen Pernille Holkjær Irina Babenko
2004–05 Christina Sørensen None
2005–06 Tårnby Natasha Lee Dann Irina Babenko None
2006–07 Frederikshavn Natasha Lee Dann Malene Svensson None
2007–08 Gladsaxe Maria Lykke Kristensen Irina Babenko Mette Pedersen
2008–09 Esbjerg Karina Sinding Johnson Maria Lykke Kristensen Mia Brix [2]
2009–10 Rødovre Karina Sinding Johnson Sofie Castler Maria Lykke Kristensen [3]
2010–11 Aarhus Karina Sinding Johnson Sofie Castler Louise Wessberg
2011–12 Hvidovre Karina Sinding Johnson Signe Hygum Jakobsen Sofie Castler [4]
2012–13 Aalborg Anita Anderberg Madsen Karina Sinding Johnson Signe Hygum Jacobsen [5]
2013–14 Herlev Anita Anderberg Madsen Daria Podtelejnikova Signe Hygum Jacobsen [6]
2014–15 Herning Pernille Sørensen Daria Podtelejnikova No other competitors [7]
2015–16 Tårnby Daria Podtelejnikova WD No other competitors [8]
2016–17 Vojens Emma Frida Andersen Emma Louise Jensen Malene Andersen [9]

Pairs[edit]

Senior pairs
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1911–12 Inger Morville / Folmer Søgaard
1912–13 to 1915–16: None
1916–17 Fru Quinlan / Rudi Syrig
1917–18 to 1927–28: None
1928–29 Fru Quinlan / Rudi Syrig
1929–30 to 1938–39: None
1939–40 Inger Weitzman / Harry Meistrup
1940–41 Inger Weitzman / Harry Meistrup
1941–42 Inger Weitzman / Harry Meistrup
1942–43 to 1944–45: None
1945–46 Grethe Fischer / Alf Refer
1946–47 Inger Weitzman / Alf Refer
1947–48 Eva Meistrup / Harry Meistrup
1948–49 to 1952–53: None
1953–54 Eva Meistrup / Harry Meistrup
1954–55 Ayoe Bardram / Alf Refer
1955–56 Ayoe Bardram / Alf Refer
1956–57 to 1958–59: None
1959–60 Ayoe Bardram / Alf Refer
1960–61 Ayoe Bardram / Alf Refer
1961–62 Lisa Reith Nielsen / Alf Refer
1962–63 Ayoe Bardram / Alf Refer
1963–64 Pia Møller / Jørgen Hansen
1964–65 Ayoe Bardram / Alf Refer
1965–66 to 2016–17: Not held

Ice dancing[edit]

Senior ice dancing
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1911–12 to 1962–63: None
1963–64 Hanne Sønderup / Jørgen Svendsen
1964–65 Hanne Sønderup / Jørgen Svendsen
1965–66 Hanne Sønderup / Jørgen Svendsen
1966–67 Jette Steinhauer / Leif Steinhauer
1967–68 Vivi Christiansen / Kurt Poulsen
1968–69 Vivi Christiansen / Kurt Poulsen
1969–70 Vivi Christiansen / Kurt Poulsen
1970–71 Vivi Poulsen / Kurt Poulsen
1971–72 Vivi Poulsen / Kurt Poulsen
1972–73 Vivi Poulsen / Kurt Poulsen
1973–74 to 1997–98: None
1998–99 Aarhus Annemette Poulsen / David Blazek None
1999–2000 to 2008–09: None
2009–10 Rødovre Katelyn Good / Nikolaj Sørensen Stephanie Baadsgaard Snider / Athur Goncharov None [3]
2010–11 Aarhus Stephanie Baadsgaard Snider / Athur Goncharov None
2011–12 to 2012–13: Not held
2013–14 Herlev Laurence Fournier Beaudry / Nikolaj Sørensen No other competitors [6]
2014–15 Herning Laurence Fournier Beaudry / Nikolaj Sørensen No other competitors [7]
2015–16 to 2016–17: Not held[8][9]

Junior medalists[edit]

Junior men[edit]

Junior men
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
2011–12 Hvidovre Keiran Richard Araza No other competitors [4]
2012–13 to 2013–14: Not held
2014–15 Herning Daniel Tsion No other competitors [7]
2015–16 Tårnby Daniel Tsion Nikolaj Mølgaard Pedersen No other competitors [8]
2016–17 Vojens Daniel Tsion Nikolaj Mølgaard Pedersen Linus Colmor Jepsen [9]

Junior ladies[edit]

Junior ladies
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
2011–12 Hvidovre Pernille Sørensen Anita Anderberg Madsen Daria Podtelejnikova [4]
2012–13 Aalborg Pernille Sørensen Emma Andersen Daria Podtelejnikova [5]
2013–14 Herlev Pernille Sørensen Kristinna Vagtborg Jensen Linea Trapp Matthiesen [6]
2014–15 Herning Leonora Colmor Jepsen Emma Frida Andersen Cecilie Kongsbak Dreier [7]
2015–16 Tårnby Leonora Colmor Jepsen Emma Frida Andersen Vanessa Sevidova [8]
2016–17 Vojens Josephine Kaersgaard Cecilie Kongsbak Dreier Jane Iskov [9]

Junior pairs[edit]

Junior pairs
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
2011–12 to 2016–17: Not held

Junior ice dancing[edit]

Junior ice dancing medalists
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
2011–12 Hvidovre Stephanie Baadsgaard Snider / Stepan Dubrovski No other competitors [4]
2012–13: Not held
2013–14 Herlev Sarah Vadskjær Grapek / Malcolm Jones No other competitors [6]
2014–15 Herning Sarah Vadskjær Grapek / Malcolm Jones No other competitors [7]
2015–16 Tårnby Not held [8]
2016–17 Vojens Leonora Colmor Jepsen / Linus Colmor Jepsen Marine Annie Chantal Bertau / Rafael Marc Drozd Musil No other competitors [9]

Novice medalists[edit]

Novice men[edit]

Novice men's medalists
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
2011–12 Hvidovre Daniel Tsion No other competitors [4]
2012–13 Aalborg Daniel Tsion No other competitors [5]
2013–14: Not held
2014–15 Herning Linus Colmor Jepsen Lucas Strzelec No other competitors [7]
2015–16 Tårnby Frederik Alexander Schlüter Linus Colmor Jepsen No other competitors [8]
2016–17 Vojens Frederik Alexander Schlüter Lucas Strzelec No other competitors [9]

Novice ladies[edit]

Novice ladies' medalists
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
2011–12 Hvidovre Kristinna Vagtborg Jensen Ditte Schack Munck Laura Amalie Friis Lundsgaard [4]
2012–13 Aalborg Cecilie Kongsbak Dreier Leonora Colmor Jepsen Caroline Oreskov Christoffersen [5]
2013–14 Herlev Caroline Oreskov Christoffersen Cecilie Kongsbak Dreier Leonora Colmor Jepsen [6]
2014–15 Herning Vanessa Sevidova Camilla Grue Josephine Kjærsgaard [7]
2015–16 Tårnby Josephine Kjærsgaard Camilla Grue Freja Juel Jensen [8]
2016–17 Vojens Maia Sørensen Louise Vestergaard Annika Skibby [9]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Historie" [History] (in Danish). Danish Skating Union. Archived from the original on 12 February 2010. 
  2. ^ a b "2008–09 Championships". Danish Skating Union. 18 January 2009. Archived from the original on 19 July 2011. 
  3. ^ a b c "2009–10 Championships". Danish Skating Union. 6 December 2009. Archived from the original on 12 March 2010. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g "2011–12 Danish Championships". Danish Skating Union. 17 November 2011. 
  5. ^ a b c d e "2012–13 Danish Championships". Danish Skating Union. 16 November 2012. 
  6. ^ a b c d e f "2013–14 Danish Championships". Danish Skating Union. 2 December 2013. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h "2014–15 Danish Championships". Danish Skating Union. 6 December 2014. 
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h "2015–16 Danish Championships". Danish Skating Union. 14 March 2016. 
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h "2016–17 Danish Championships". Danish Skating Union. December 2016. 

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