European Criterium

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European Criterium is a series of international and inter-club figure skating competitions. First organised in the 1997–98 season, it is open to skaters who are members of European clubs.

Age categories[edit]

The competitions are organised in the following age categories:

  • Chicks (Girls and Boys),
  • Cubs (Girls and Boys - 8 and 9 years old),
  • Springs (Girls and Boys - 10 and 11 years old),
  • Debs (Girls and Boys - 12 and 13 years old),
  • Novices (Girls and Boys - 14 and 15 years old),
  • Juniors (Ladies and Boys)
  • Seniors.

Skaters compete in several events, earning points for their placements. The points are added together to produce the final standings, which lead to the final competition (Coppa Europa).

Competitions[edit]

Competitions which are part of the series include:

Formerly part of the series

Events by season[edit]

2015–16[edit]

  1. Skate Celje in Celje, Slovenia
  2. 9th Skate Helena in Belgrade, Serbia
  3. Sofia Trophy in Sofia, Bulgaria
  4. Sportland Trophy in Budapest, Hungary
  5. Coppa Europa U.S.I.P Trophy in Canazei, Italy

2013–14 season[edit]

2011–12 season[edit]

  1. Skate Celje 2011 - Celje (Slovenia), 10-14 November ,
  2. 4th Europa Cup Skate Helena - Belgrade (Serbia) ,
  3. Feldkirch Trophy 2012 - Feldkirch (Austra), 18-21 February ,
  4. Rozmaring-Sportorszag Trophy - Budapest (Hungary), 2-3 March ,
  5. Coppa Europa Trofeo U.I.S.P. - Canazei (Italy), 9-14 April ,

2009–10 season[edit]

2008–09 season[edit]

2007–08 season[edit]

2006–07 season[edit]

  1. Skate Celje - Celje, 9–12 November ., .
  2. Mozart Cup - Salzburg, 17–21 January ., .
  3. Hellmut Seibt Memorial - Vienna, 6–11 February .
  4. Rozmaring-Titanium Trophy - Budapest, 7–11 March .
  5. European Criterium Final - Canazei (Italy), 31 March-6 April

2005–06 season[edit]

  1. Skate Celje - Celje, 9–13 November ,
  2. Brno Cup - Brno, 7–8 January - CANCELLED
  3. Hellmut-Seibt Memorial - Vienna, 31 January-5 February
  4. Titanium-Rozmaring Trophy - Budapest, 8–12 March ,
  5. Coppa Europa-Trofeo U.I.S.P - Pinzolo, 31 March-6 April ,

Final standings .

2004–05 season[edit]

  1. Skate Celje - Celje, 10–14 November ,
  2. Brno Cup - Brno, 6–9 January ,
  3. Hellmut Seibt Memorial - Vienna, 8–13 February,
  4. Rozmaring Trophy - Budapest, 9–13 March ,
  5. EC Italy - Pinzolo, 1–7 April ,

Final standings .

2003–04 season[edit]

  1. Skate Celje - Celje, 6–9 November ,
  2. EC Czech Republic - Brno, 16–19 December ,
  3. Hellmut Seibt Memorial - Vienna, 17–22 February ,
  4. EC Hungary - Budapest, 11–14 March ,
  5. EC Poland - Warsaw, March - CANCELLED
  6. EC Italy - Pinzolo, 2–8 April ,

Final standings .

2002–03 season[edit]

  1. Skate Celje - Celje, 6–11 November ,
  2. EC Czech Republic - Brno, 7–10 January ,
  3. EC Hungary - Budapest, 30 January-2 February ,
  4. Hellmut Seibt Memorial - Vienna, 11–16 February ,
  5. EC Poland - Warsaw, 6–9 March ,
  6. EC Italy - Bolzano, 7–13 April ,

Final standings .

2001–02 season[edit]

  1. EC Slovenia - Celje, 7–11 November ,
  2. EC Czech Republic - Brno, 3–6 January ,
  3. EC Hungary - Budapest, 1–3 February - CANCELLED
  4. Helmut Seibt Memorial - Vienna, 19–24 February ,
  5. EC Poland - Warsaw, 7–10 March ,
  6. EC Italy - Asiago, 8–13 April ,

Final standings .

2000–01 season[edit]

  1. EC Slovenia - Celje, 9–12 November ,
  2. EC Czech Republic - Brno, 5–7 January ,
  3. EC Poland - Warsaw, 10–14 January ,
  4. EC Hungary - Székesfehérvár, 8–11 February ,
  5. Helmut Seibt Memorial - Vienna, 11–16 February ,
  6. EC Italy - Asiago, 9–14 April ,

Final standings .

1999–2000 season[edit]

  1. EC Slovenia - Celje, 18–20 November,
  2. EC Czech Republic - Brno, 7–9 January,
  3. EC Poland - Warsaw, 20–23 January ,
  4. EC Hungary - Dunaújváros, 17–20 February ,
  5. EC Austria - Vienna, 22–26 February ,
  6. EC Italy - Asiago, 9–15 April ,

Final standings .

1998–99 season[edit]

  1. EC Czech Republic - Brno, 7–10 January .
  2. EC Hungary - Budapest, 4–7 February .
  3. EC Austria - Vienna, 24–27 February .
  4. EC Slovenia - Celje, 18–21 March .
  5. EC Italy - Pinzolo, 13–18 April .

Final standings .

1997–98 season[edit]

  1. EC Slovenia - Celje, 13–16 November ,
  2. EC Czech Republic - Brno, 23–25 January ,
  3. EC Hungary - Budapest, 5–8 February ,
  4. EC Poland - Warsaw, 5–8 March ,
  5. EC Italy - Pinzolo, 7–13 April ,

Final standings .

References[edit]