Swiss Figure Skating Championships

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The Swiss Figure Skating Championships (officially named German: Schweizermeisterschaften Elite Kunstlaufen und Eistanzen and French: Championnats Suisses Elite Patinage Artistique et Danse sur Glace) are a figure skating competition held annually to crown the national champions of Switzerland. Medals may be awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing, although not every discipline has been held in every year due to a lack of participants.

Senior medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Senior men
Season Location Gold[1] Silver Bronze Details
1919 St. Moritz Alfred Mégroz
1921 St. Moritz Alfred Mégroz
1924 St. Moritz Alfred Mégroz
1926 Davos Georges Gautschi
1927 St. Moritz Georges Gautschi
1930–31 Zürich Georges Gautschi
1931–32 Zürich Heinz Cattani
1932–33 Engelberg Ernst Keller
1933–34 Bern Ernst Keller
1934–35 Basel Lucian Büeler
1935–36 Arosa Lucian Büeler
1936–37 Davos Lucian Büeler E. Fenner C. Rima
1937–38 Bern Hans Gerschwiler
1938–39 Arosa Hans Gerschwiler
1939–40 Arosa Karl Enderlin
1940–41 Glarus Karl Enderlin
1941–42 Arosa Karl Enderlin
1942–43 Lausanne Fritz Dürst
1943–44 Davos Kurt Sönning
1944–45 Zürich Karl Enderlin
1945–46 Davos Hans Gerschwiler
1946–47 Arosa Hans Gerschwiler
1947–48 Davos Hans Gerschwiler
1948–49 Lausanne Kurt Sönning
1949–50 Basel Kurt Sönning
1950–51 Klosters François Pache
1951–52 Flims François Pache
1952–53 Arosa Hubert Köpfler
1953–54 Villars François Pache
1954–55 Flims Hans Müller
1955–56 Basel François Pache
1956–57 Arosa Hubert Köpfler
1957–58 Zürich François Pache
1958–59 Lausanne Hubert Köpfler
1959–60 Winterthur Hubert Köpfler
1960–61 Arosa Hubert Köpfler
1961–62 Neuchâtel François Pache
1962–63 Zürich Markus Germann
1963–64 Winterthur Markus Germann
1964–65 Genève Hans-Jürg Studer
1965–66 Luzern Hans-Jürg Studer
1966–67 Basel Daniel Höner
1967–68 Zürich Daniel Höner
1968–69 Lausanne Daniel Höner
1969–70 Winterthur Daniel Höner
1970–71 St. Gallen Daniel Höner
1971–72 Bern Daniel Höner
1972–73 Basel Daniel Höner
1973–74 to 1974–75: No senior men's competition held
1975–76 Bern Martin Sochor
1976–77 La Chaux-de-Fonds Richard Furrer
1977–78 Herisau Daniel Fürer
1978–79 Aarau Oliver Höner
1979–80 Bern Oliver Höner
1980–81 Lausanne Richard Furrer
1981–82 Zürich Oliver Höner
1982–83 Arosa Richard Furrer
1983–84 Genève Oliver Höner
1984–85 Lausanne Oliver Höner
1985–86 Porrentruy Oliver Höner
1986–87 Bern Oliver Höner
1987–88 Luzern Oliver Höner
1988–89 Zürich-Oerlikon Oliver Höner
1989–90 Lausanne Oliver Höner
1990–91 Olten Oliver Höner
1991–92 Monthey Patrick Meier
1992–93 Bern Nicolas Binz
1993–94 Neuchâtel Patrick Meier
1994–95 Davos Marius Negrea
1995–96 Lugano Patrick Meier
1996–97 Grindelwald Patrick Meier
1997–98 Schaffhausen Patrick Meier Oscar Peter Nicolas Binz
1998–99 Lausanne Patrick Meier Oscar Peter no other competitors
1999–2000 Lugano Patrick Meier Oscar Peter no other competitors [2]
2000–01 Genève Stéphane Lambiel Patrick Meier Oscar Peter
2001–02 Zürich-Oerlikon Stéphane Lambiel Jamal Othman Oscar Peter [3]
2002–03 Zug Stéphane Lambiel Raphaël Bohren Oscar Peter
2003–04 Neuchâtel Stéphane Lambiel Patrick Meier Jamal Othman
2004–05 Lausanne Stéphane Lambiel Jamal Othman Moris Pfeifhofer
2005–06 Biasca Stéphane Lambiel Jamal Othman Raphaël Bohren [4]
2006–07 Genève Stéphane Lambiel Jamal Othman Moris Pfeifhofer
2007–08 Winterthur Stéphane Lambiel Moris Pfeifhofer Jamal Othman
2008–09 La Chaux-de-Fonds Jamal Othman Tomi Pulkkinen Mikael Redin [5]
2009–10 Lugano Stéphane Lambiel Jamal Othman Mikael Redin
2010–11 Zug Mikael Redin Laurent Alvarez Stéphane Walker [6]
2011–12 Basel Laurent Alvarez Stéphane Walker Mikael Redin [7]
2012–13 Genève Stéphane Walker Nicolas Dubois Mikael Redin [8]
2013–14 La Chaux-de-Fonds Stéphane Walker Mikael Redin Nicola Todeschini [9]
2014–15 Lugano Nicola Todeschini Vincent Cuérel Nicolas Dubois [10]
2015–16 Prilly Stéphane Walker Nicola Todeschini Nicolas Dubois [11]
2016–17 Lucerne Stéphane Walker Lukas Britschgi Nurullah Sahaka [12]

Ladies[edit]

Senior ladies
Season Location Gold[13] Silver Bronze Details
1930–31 Zürich Edith Gautschi
1931–32 Zürich Edith Gautschi
1932–33 Engelberg Guldborg Sjuresen
1933–34 Bern Guldborg Sjuresen
1934–35 Basel Angela Anderes
1935–36 Arosa Angela Anderes
1936–37 Davos Angela Anderes Hertha Frey-Dexler Inge Manger
1937–38 Bern Inge Manger
1938–39 Arosa Angela Anderes
1939–40 Arosa Angela Anderes
1940–41 Glarus Ilse Schottlander
1941–42 Arosa Ursula Arnold
1942–43 Lausanne Doris Blanc
1943–44 Davos Ursula Arnold
1944–45 Zürich Maja Hug
1945–46 Davos Maja Hug
1946–47 Arosa Maja Hug
1947–48 Davos Maja Hug
1948–49 Lausanne Maja Hug
1949–50 Basel Maja Hug
1950–51 Klosters Yolande Jobin
1951–52 Flims Susi Wirz
1952–53 Arosa Doris Zerbe
1953–54 Villars Georgette Fischer
1954–55 Flims Georgette Fischer
1955–56 Basel Alice Fischer
1956–57 Arosa Alice Fischer
1957–58 Zürich Rita Müller
1958–59 Lausanne Liliane Crosa
1959–60 Winterthur Liliane Crosa
1960–61 Arosa Fränzi Schmidt
1961–62 Neuchâtel Fränzi Schmidt
1962–63 Zürich Dorette Bek
1963–64 Winterthur Fränzi Schmidt
1964–65 Genève Pia Zürcher
1965–66 Luzern Pia Zürcher
1966–67 Basel Pia Zürcher
1967–68 Zürich Charlotte Walter
1968–69 Lausanne Charlotte Walter
1969–70 Winterthur Charlotte Walter
1970–71 St. Gallen Charlotte Walter
1971–72 Bern Charlotte Walter
1972–73 Basel Karin Iten
1973–74 Genève Karin Iten
1974–75 Villars Karin Iten
1975–76 Bern Danielle Rieder Denise Biellmann
1976–77 La Chaux-de-Fonds Danielle Rieder Denise Biellmann
1977–78 Herisau Danielle Rieder Denise Biellmann
1978–79 Aarau Denise Biellmann
1979–80 Bern Denise Biellmann
1980–81 Lausanne Denise Biellmann
1981–82 Zürich Myriam Oberwiler
1982–83 Arosa Sandra Cariboni
1983–84 Genève Myriam Oberwiler
1984–85 Lausanne Claudia Villiger
1985–86 Porrentruy Claudia Villiger
1986–87 Bern Claudia Villiger
1987–88 Luzern Stéfanie Schmid
1988–89 Zürich-Oerlikon Stéfanie Schmid
1989–90 Lausanne Michèle Claret
1990–91 Olten Sabrina Tschudi
1991–92 Monthey Nicole Skoda
1992–93 Bern Nathalie Krieg
1993–94 Neuchâtel Nathalie Krieg
1994–95 Davos Janine Bur Nathalie Krieg Lucinda Ruh
1995–96 Lugano Lucinda Ruh
1996–97 Grindelwald Anina Fivian Lucinda Ruh
1997–98 Schaffhausen Anina Fivian Lucinda Ruh Christel Borghi
1998–99 Lausanne Christel Borghi Sarah Meier Lucinda Ruh
1999–2000 Lugano Sarah Meier Kimena Brog-Meier Nicole Skoda [2]
2000–01 Genève Sarah Meier Kimena Brog-Meier Simone Walthard
2001–02 Zürich-Oerlikon Kimena Brog-Meier Viviane Käser Roberta Piazzini [3]
2002–03 Zug Sarah Meier Kimena Brog-Meier Corinne Djoungong
2003–04 Neuchâtel Title vacant[14]
2004–05 Lausanne Sarah Meier Kimena Brog-Meier Cindy Carquillat
2005–06 Biasca Sarah Meier Bettina Heim Cindy Carquillat [4]
2006–07 Genève Sarah Meier Bettina Heim Myriam Leuenberger
2007–08 Winterthur Sarah Meier Viviane Käser Noémie Silberer
2008–09 La Chaux-de-Fonds Nicole Graf Romy Bühler Noémie Silberer [5]
2009–10 Lugano Sarah Meier Bettina Heim Romy Bühler
2010–11 Zug Bettina Heim Romy Bühler Myriam Leuenberger [6]
2011–12 Zug Romy Bühler Myriam Leuenberger Nicole Graf [7]
2012–13 Genève Tina Stürzinger Anna Ovcharova Nicole Graf [8]
2013–14 La Chaux-de-Fonds Anna Ovcharova Tanja Odermatt Tina Stürzinger [9]
2014–15 Lugano Eveline Brunner Anna Ovcharova Tanja Odermatt [10]
2015–16 Prilly Tanja Odermatt Shaline Rüegger Yasmine Yamada [11]
2016–17 Lucerne Yasmine Yamada Yoonmi Lehmann Jérômie Repond [12]

Pairs[edit]

Senior pairs
Season Location Gold[15] Silver Bronze Details
1932–33 Engelberg Frl. Streuli / E. Keller
1933–34 Bern Frl. Hauser / E. Keller
1934–35 Basel Frl. Klasi / S. Steiger
1935–36 Arosa Pierette Dubois / Paul Dubois
1936–37 Davos Pierette Dubois / Paul Dubois H. Schilling / H. Beyeler
1937–38 Bern Pierette Dubois / Paul Dubois
1938–39 Arosa Pierette Dubois / Paul Dubois
1939–40 Arosa Pierette Dubois / Paul Dubois
1940–41 Glarus Pierette Dubois / Paul Dubois
1941–42 Arosa Pierette Dubois / Paul Dubois
1942–43 Lausanne Pierette Dubois / Paul Dubois
1943–44 Davos Pierette Dubois / Paul Dubois
1944–45 Zürich Pierette Dubois / Paul Dubois
1945–46 Davos Luny Unold / Hans Kuster
1946–47 Arosa Luny Unold / Hans Kuster
1947–48 Davos Luny Unold / Hans Kuster
1948–49 Lausanne Eliane Steinemann / André Calame
1949–50 Basel Eliane Steinemann / André Calame
1950–51 Klosters Eliane Steinemann / André Calame
1951–52 Flims Silvia Grandjean / Michel Grandjean
1952–53 Arosa Silvia Grandjean / Michel Grandjean
1953–54 Villars Silvia Grandjean / Michel Grandjean
1954–55 Flims Susy Holstein / Willy Wahl
1955–56 Basel Susy Holstein / Willy Wahl
1956–57 Arosa Gerda Johner / Rüdi Johner
1957–58 Zürich Gerda Johner / Rüdi Johner
1958–59 Lausanne Gerda Johner / Rüdi Johner
1959–60 Winterthur Gerda Johner / Rüdi Johner
1960–61 Arosa Gerda Johner / Rüdi Johner
1961–62 Neuchâtel Gerda Johner / Rüdi Johner
1962–63 Zürich Gerda Johner / Rüdi Johner
1963–64 Winterthur Gerda Johner / Rüdi Johner
1964–65 Genève Gerda Johner / Rüdi Johner
1965–66 Luzern Monique Mathis / Yves Aellig
1966–67 Basel Mona Szabo / Peter Szabo
1967–68 Zürich Mona Szabo / Peter Szabo
1968–69 Lausanne Edith Sperl / Heinz Wirz
1969–70 Winterthur Karin Künzle / Christian Künzle
1970–71 St. Gallen Karin Künzle / Christian Künzle
1971–72 Bern Karin Künzle / Christian Künzle
1972–73 Basel Karin Künzle / Christian Künzle
1973–74 Genève Karin Künzle / Christian Künzle
1974–75 Villars Karin Künzle / Christian Künzle
1975–76 Bern Karin Künzle / Christian Künzle
1976–77 La Chaux-de-Fonds Chantal Zürcher / Paul Huber
1977–78 Herisau Gaby Galambos / Jürg Galambos
1978–79 Aarau Christine Eicher / Paul Huber
1979–80 Bern Danielle Rieder / Paul Huber
1980–81 Lausanne Gaby Galambos / Jürg Galambos
1981–82 Zürich Gaby Galambos / Jürg Galambos
1982–83 Arosa Title vacant
1983–84 Genève Gaby Galambos / Jürg Galambos
1984–85 to 1986–87: No senior pairs competition held
1987–88 Luzern Saskia Bourgeois / Guy Bourgeois
1988–89 Zürich-Oerlikon Saskia Bourgeois / Guy Bourgeois
1989–90 Lausanne Saskia Bourgeois / Guy Bourgeois
1990–91 Olten Saskia Bourgeois / Guy Bourgeois
1991–92 Monthey Leslie Monod / Cédric Monod
1992–93 Bern Leslie Monod / Cédric Monod
1993–94 Neuchâtel Leslie Monod / Cédric Monod
1994–95 to 2006–07: No senior pairs competition held
2007–08 Winterthur Anaïs Morand / Antoine Dorsaz no other competitors
2008–09 La Chaux-de-Fonds Anaïs Morand / Antoine Dorsaz no other competitors [5]
2009–10 Lugano Anaïs Morand / Antoine Dorsaz no other competitors
2010–11 Zug Anaïs Morand / Timothy Leemann no other competitors [6]
2011–12 Basel Anaïs Morand / Timothy Leemann no other competitors [7]
2012–13 no senior pairs competition held [8]
2013–14 La Chaux-de-Fonds Méline Habechian / Noah Scherer Alexandra Herbríková / Nicolas Roulet no other competitors [9]
2014–15 Lugano Alexandra Herbríková / Nicolas Roulet no other competitors [10]
2015–16 Prilly Alexandra Herbríková / Nicolas Roulet Ioulia Chtchetinina / Noah Scherer No other competitors [11]
2016–17 Lucerne Ioulia Chtchetinina / Noah Scherer Alexandra Herbríková / Nicolas Roulet No other competitors [12]

Ice dancing[edit]

Senior ice dancing
Season Location Gold[16] Silver Bronze Details
1960–61 Arosa Marlyse Fornachon / Charly Pichard
1961–62 Neuchâtel Marlyse Fornachon / Charly Pichard
1962–63 Zürich Marlyse Fornachon / Charly Pichard
1963–64 Winterthur Rosmarie Lerf / Roland Wehinger
1964–65 no senior ice dancing competition held
1965–66 Luzern Rosmarie Lerf / Roland Wehinger
1966–67 Basel Rosmarie Lerf / Roland Wehinger
1967–68 Zürich Margrith Roggwiller / Eugen Jost
1968–69 Lausanne Christiane Dällenbach / Léo Barblan
1969–70 Winterthur Tania Grossen / Alexander Grossen
1970–71 St. Gallen Tania Grossen / Alexander Grossen
1971–72 Bern Silvia Bodmer / Beat Steib
1972–73 Basel Gerda Bühler / Mathis Bächi
1973–74 Genève Gerda Bühler / Mathis Bächi
1974–75 Villars Gerda Bühler / Maxime Erlanger
1975–76 Bern Gerda Bühler / Maxime Erlanger
1976–77 no senior ice dancing competition held
1977–78 Herisau Regula Lattmann / Hanspeter Müller
1978–79 Aarau Regula Lattmann / Hanspeter Müller
1979–80 Bern Regula Lattmann / Hanspeter Müller
1980–81 Lausanne Regula Lattmann / Hanspeter Müller
1981–82 Zürich Graziella Ferpozzi / Marco Ferpozzi
1982–83 Arosa Graziella Ferpozzi / Marco Ferpozzi
1983–84 Genève Graziella Ferpozzi / Marco Ferpozzi
1984–85 Lausanne Gaby Schuppli / Markus Merz
1985–86 Porrentruy Claudia Schmidlin / Daniel Schmidlin
1986–87 Bern Désirée Schlegel / Patrik Brecht
1987–88 Luzern Désirée Schlegel / Patrik Brecht
1988–89 Zürich-Oerlikon Diane Gerencser / Bernard Columberg
1989–90 Lausanne Diane Gerencser / Bernard Columberg
1990–91 Olten Diane Gerencser / Bernard Columberg
1991–92 Monthey Valérie Le Tensorer / Jörg Kienzle
1992–93 Bern Diane Gerencser / Alexander Stanislavov
1993–94 Neuchâtel Diane Gerencser / Alexander Stanislavov
1994–95 Davos Diane Gerencser / Alexander Stanislavov
1995–96 Lugano Cornelia Diener / Alexej Pospelov
1996–97 Grindelwald Title vacant
1997–98 Schaffhausen Eliane Hugentobler / Daniel Hugentobler no other competitors
1998–99 Lausanne Eliane Hugentobler / Daniel Hugentobler no other competitors
1999–2000 Lugano Eliane Hugentobler / Daniel Hugentobler no other competitors [2]
2000–01 Genève Eliane Hugentobler / Daniel Hugentobler no other competitors
2001–02 Zürich-Oerlikon Eliane Hugentobler / Daniel Hugentobler no other competitors [3]
2002–03 to 2003–04: No senior ice dancing competition held
2004–05 Lausanne Daniela Keller / Fabian Keller Christel Savioz / Jean-Philippe Mathieu Leonie Krail / Oscar Peter
2005–06 Biasca Leonie Krail / Oscar Peter Christel Savioz / Jean-Philippe Mathieu no other competitors [4]
2006–07 Genève Nora von Bergen / David DeFazio Christel Savioz / Jean-Philippe Mathieu Leonie Krail / Oscar Peter
2007–08 Winterthur Leonie Krail / Oscar Peter Christel Savioz / Jean-Philippe Mathieu no other competitors
2008–09 La Chaux-de-Fonds Leonie Krail / Oscar Peter no other competitors [5]
2009–10 Lugano Ramona Elsener / Florian Roost Leonie Krail / Oscar Peter no other competitors
2010–11 Zug Ramona Elsener / Florian Roost no other competitors [6]
2011–12 Basel Ramona Elsener / Florian Roost no other competitors [7]
2012–13 Genève Ramona Elsener / Florian Roost no other competitors [8]
2013–14 La Chaux-de-Fonds Ramona Elsener / Florian Roost Katarina Paice / Andrea Morrone no other competitors [9]
2014–15 Lugano Sandrine-Tabea Hofstetter / Jérémie Flemin Katarina Paice / Yuri Yeremenko no other competitors [10]
2015–16 Prilly Katarina Paice / Iurii Ieremenko No other competitors [11]
2016–17 Lucerne Victoria Manni / Carlo Röthlisberger Bailey Melton / Darian Weiss No other competitors [12]

Junior medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Junior men
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
2001–02 [3]

Ladies[edit]

Junior ladies
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
2001–02 [3]

Ice dancing[edit]

Junior ice dancing
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
2014–15 Lugano Valentina Schär / Carlo Röthlisberger No other competitors [10]
2015–16 Prilly Valentina Schär / Carlo Röthlisberger Marie Louise Leupold / Christof Michael Steger No other competitors [11]
2016–17 Lucerne Marie Louise Leupold / Christof Michael Steger Cindy-Lilli Zimmerli / Volodymyr Nakisko No other competitors [12]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Swiss Champions: Men". Archived from the original on 23 July 2011. 
  2. ^ a b c "Results: 1999–2000 season". Archived from the original on 26 October 2004. 
  3. ^ a b c d e "Results: 2001–02 season". Archived from the original on 18 December 2012. 
  4. ^ a b c "Results: 2005–06 season". Archived from the original on 23 July 2011. 
  5. ^ a b c d "Results: 2008–09 season". Archived from the original on 18 December 2012. 
  6. ^ a b c d "Results: 2010–11 season". Archived from the original on 18 December 2012. 
  7. ^ a b c d "Results: 2011–12 season". Swiss Ice Skating. 
  8. ^ a b c d "Results: 2012–13 season". Swiss Ice Skating. 
  9. ^ a b c d "Results: 2013–14 season". Swiss Ice Skating. 
  10. ^ a b c d e "Results: 2014–15 season". Swiss Ice Skating. 
  11. ^ a b c d e "Results: 2015–16 season". Swiss Ice Skating. December 2015. 
  12. ^ a b c d e "Results: 2016–17 season". Swiss Ice Skating. December 2016. 
    • "Official site". Archived from the original on 18 December 2016. 
  13. ^ "Swiss Champions: Ladies". Archived from the original on 23 July 2011. 
  14. ^ Albert Rene Kolb. "Städteflüge dank Dreifachaxel". Der Landbote. 22 December 2003.
  15. ^ "Swiss Champions: Pair Skating". Archived from the original on 13 October 2008. 
  16. ^ "Swiss Champions: Ice Dancing". Archived from the original on 20 December 2007. 
  • Journal "Eis- und Rollsport", Nr. 7, 18 February 1937, Germany

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