Figure skating at the 1964 Winter Olympics

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Figure skating at the IX Winter Olympics
Type: Olympic Games
Champions
Men's singles:
 Manfred Schnelldorfer (EUA)
Ladies' singles:
Netherlands Sjoukje Dijkstra
Pair skating:
Soviet Union Liudmila Belousova / Oleg Protopopov
Navigation
Previous:
1960 Winter Olympics
Next:
1968 Winter Olympics

At the 1964 Winter Olympics, three figure skating events were contested.

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United Team of Germany 1 1 0 2
2  Netherlands 1 0 0 1
 Soviet Union 1 0 0 1
4  Canada 0 1 1 2
5  Austria 0 1 0 1
 France 0 1 0 1
7  United States 0 0 2 2
Total 3 4 3 10

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Rank Name Nation CF FS Points Places
1 Manfred Schnelldorfer  United Team of Germany 1 1 1916.9 13
2 Alain Calmat  France 3 5 1876.5 22
3 Scott Allen  United States 4 4 1873.6 26
4 Karol Divín  Czechoslovakia 2 9 1862.8 32
5 Emmerich Danzer  Austria 5 3 1824.0 42
6 Thomas Litz  United States 13 2 1764.7 77
7 Peter Jonas  Austria 9 6 1752.0 79
8 Nobuo Sato  Japan 8 10 1746.2 88
9 Donald Knight  Canada 7 11 1746.6 85
10 Monty Hoyt  United States 6 12 1755.5 81
11 Ralph Borghard  United Team of Germany 10 7 1742.2 90
12 Sepp Schönmetzler  United Team of Germany 12 8 1743.1 92
13 Charles Snelling  Canada 16 15 1705.5 117
14 Giordano Abbondati  Italy 11 16 1688.4 131
15 Wolfgang Schwarz  Austria 17 13 1695.9 127
16 William Neale  Canada 19 14 1667.7 143
17 Robert Dureville  France 14 19 1660.0 148
18 Hywel Evans  Great Britain 15 22 1640.1 159
19 Markus Germann  Switzerland 20 23 1578.0 186
20 Malcolm Cannon  Great Britain 18 24 1587.5 187
21 Jenő Ébert  Hungary 22 18 1586.9 188
22 Ondrej Nepela  Czechoslovakia 23 17 1590.1 190
23 Philippe Pélissier  France 21 21 1573.8 189
24 Peter Grütter  Switzerland 24 20 1517.2 208
WD Valeri Meshkov  Soviet Union
WD Wouter Toledo  Netherlands

Referee:

Assistant referee:

Judges:

Ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation CF FS Points Places
1 Sjoukje Dijkstra  Netherlands 1 1 2018.5 9
2 Regine Heitzer  Austria 2 5 1945.5 22
3 Petra Burka  Canada 3 2 1940.0 25
4 Nicole Hassler  France 5 4 1887.7 38
5 Miwa Fukuhara  Japan 4 9 1845.1 50
6 Peggy Fleming  United States 8 6 1819.6 59
7 Christine Haigler  United States 6 15 1803.8 74
8 Albertina Noyes  United States 9 7 1798.9 73
9 Helli Sengstschmid  Austria 18 3 1782.1 85
10 Wendy Griner  Canada 13 8 1775.3 91
11 Sally-Anne Stapleford  Great Britain 7 19 1757.9 108
12 Shirra Kenworthy  Canada 10 16 1756.3 104
13 Kumiko Okawa  Japan 15 11 1725.4 136
14 Inge Paul  United Team of Germany 17 12 1720.3 139
15 Hana Mašková  Czechoslovakia 19 10 1714.8 142
16 Carol-Ann Warner  Great Britain 12 22 1692.9 162
17 Zsuzsa Almássy  Hungary 20 14 1702.2 159
18 Diana Clifton-Peach  Great Britain 11 25 1711.7 152
19 Gabriele Seyfert  United Team of Germany 21 17 1685.1 177
20 Ingrid Ostler  Austria 16 20 1684.8 171
21 Ann-Margreth Frei-Käck  Sweden 26 13 1661.1 191
22 Junko Ueno  Japan 14 26 1685.0 170
23 Franziska Schmidt  United Team of Germany 22 21 1662.8 193
24 Uschi Keszler  United Team of Germany 25 18 1642.3 213
25 Jana Mrázková  Czechoslovakia 23 24 1646.4 205
26 Sandra Brugnera  Italy 27 23 1612.5 221
27 Monika Zingg  Switzerland 28 28 1568.9 248
28 Anne Karin Dehle  Norway 24 30 1571.9 248
29 Genevieve Burdel  France 29 27 1542.0 255
30 Berit Unn Johansen  Norway 30 29 1524.9 265

Referee:

Assistant referee:

Judges:

Pairs[edit]

At the 1964 Olympics, Kilius/Bäumler, Wilkes/Revell, and Joseph/Joseph placed second, third, and fourth respectively. In 1966, Kilius/Bäumler's results were invalidated after it was discovered that they had signed professional contracts before the Olympics. At the time, only amateurs were allowed to compete in the Olympic Games. The silver medals were transferred to Wilkes/Revell and the bronze medals to Joseph/Joseph. The Germans were re-awarded the silvers in 1987,[1] after appealing that other pairs had signed similar contracts but had not been exposed and disqualified. The placements of Wilkes/Revell and Joseph/Joseph remained unclear for many years. In December 2013, the IOC clarified that the Canadian pair had not been stripped of their silver after the Germans regained their medals.[2] In November 2014, the IOC stated that both the German and Canadian pairs are the silver medalists and the Americans are the bronze medalists.[3][4]

Rank Name Nation Points Places
1 Liudmila Belousova / Oleg Protopopov  Soviet Union 104.4 13
2 Marika Kilius / Hans-Jürgen Bäumler  United Team of Germany 103.6 15
2 Debbi Wilkes / Guy Revell  Canada 98.5 35.5
3 Vivian Joseph / Ronald Joseph  United States 98.2 35.5
5 Tatiana Zhuk / Alexander Gavrilov  Soviet Union 96.6 45
6 Gerda Johner / Rüdi Johner  Switzerland 95.4 56
7 Judianne Fotheringill / Jerry Fotheringill  United States 94.7 69.5
8 Cynthia Kauffman / Ronald Kauffman  United States 92.8 74
9 Agnesa Wlachovská / Peter Bartosiewicz  Czechoslovakia 91.8 84
10 Milada Kubíková / Jaroslav Votruba  Czechoslovakia 88.9 97
11 Brigitte Wokoeck / Heinz-Ulrich Walther  United Team of Germany 88.8 103.5
12 Gerlinde Schönbauer / Wilhelm Bietak  Austria 87.7 108
13 Margit Senf / Peter Göbel  United Team of Germany 87.9 113.5
14 Faye Strutt / Jim Watters  Canada 85.3 122.5
15 Ingeborg Strell / Fery Dedovich  Austria 83.6 129
16 Linda Ann Ward / Neil Carpenter  Canada 84.2 128.5
17 Monique Mathys / Yves Ällig  Switzerland 81.5 147.5

Referee:

Assistant referee:

Judges:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kestnbaum, Ellyn. "Culture on Ice: Figure Skating & Cultural Meaning". p. 77. 
  2. ^ "1964 Olympic Skating Pair Only Now Discovering Their Place". The New York Times. 14 December 2013. 
  3. ^ "Fifty years later, Joseph siblings find redemption". IceNetwork.com. November 25, 2014. 
  4. ^ Hersh, Philip (November 25, 2014). "A half-century later, Joseph siblings recognized as Olympic medal-winners". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved November 28, 2014. 

External links[edit]