Rotter and Szollás in 1933
|Full name||Emília Rotter|
|Born||8 September 1906|
|Died||28 January 2003 (aged 96)|
|Former partner||László Szollás|
With partner László Szollás she won the World Figure Skating Championship four times in five years (1931, 1933, 1934, and 1935), and were the 1932 World silver medalists. They were the 1934 European Champions and 1930 & 1931 silver medalists. They represented Hungary at the 1932 Winter Olympics and at the 1936 Winter Olympics, winning two bronze medals.
|Winter Olympic Games||3rd||3rd|
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- Pairs on Ice profile
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