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The European Figure Skating Championships ("Europeans") is an annual figure skating competition in which figure skaters compete for the title of European Champion. The event is sanctioned by the International Skating Union (ISU), and is the oldest of the 4 annual figure skating competitions designated "ISU Championships" (the others are the World Figure Skating Championships, the Four Continents Figure Skating Championships, and the World Junior Figure Skating Championships).

Skaters compete in the categories of men's singles, ladies singles, pair skating, and ice dancing. The competition is generally held in January. The 2008 Championships were held in Zagreb, Croatia from 21 to 27 January. In 2009 the Championships will take place in Helsinki, Finland from 19 to 25 January.

HistoryEdit

The men's singles European championship first took place in Hamburg in 1891, while the ladies' singles and pair skating European championships started in Vienna in 1930. The ice dancing championship was held for the first time in Bolzano in 1954.

The skating association of Germany and Austria joined in one club "Deutscher und Österrreichischer Eislaufverband" organised the first European Championships in figure skating as well as in speed skating in Hamburg, German Empire in 1891 even before the International Skating Union (ISU) was found. The ISU decided in 1892 to continue to hold European Championships in figure skating each year. 1895 it was decided to hold World Championships instead of Europeans. Therefore the Europeans were discontinued until 1898.

Up until 1948, skaters representing any ISU Member could enter the European Championships. After Canadian Barbara Ann Scott and American Dick Button won the singles titles that year, entries were restricted to skaters representing European countries. At the time, the North American Figure Skating Championships existed as a North Americans-only senior-level competition. This competition was contested for the last time in 1971. The Four Continents Figure Skating Championships was established by the ISU in 1999 as the equivalent competition for skaters from non-European countries.

QualifyingEdit

Skaters qualify for the European Championships by belonging to a European Member nation of the ISU. Each country gets one entry in every discipline by default. The most entries a country can have in a single discipline is three. Countries earn a second or third entry for the following year's competition by earning points through skater placement. The points are equal to the sum of the placements of the country's skaters (top two if they have three). Entries do not carry over and so countries must continue to earn their second or third spot every year. If a country only has one skater/team, that skater/team must place in the top ten to earn a second entry and in the top two to earn three entries to next year's championships. If a country has two skaters/teams, the combined placement of those teams must be 13 or less to qualify 3 entries, and 28 or less to keep their two entries. If they do not do so, they only have one entry for the following year.

There are exceptions if a skater is forced to withdraw in the middle of the competition due to a medical emergency or equipment problems.

Which skaters from each country attend the European Championships is at the national governing body's discretion. Some countries rely on the results of their national championships while others have more varied critea. Selections vary by country.

Skaters must be older than fifteen as of July 1 the previous year to compete. The Four Continents Figure Skating Championships is the corresponding competition for skaters from non-European countries.

Multiple spots for the 2010 European ChampionshipsEdit

The following countries have earned more than one entry to the 2010 European Figure Skating Championships based on performance at the 2009 European Figure Skating Championships.

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MedalistsEdit

MenEdit

Men's Medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1891 Hamburg Oskar Uhlig A. Schmitson Franz Zilly
1892 Vienna Eduard Engelmann Tibor von Földváry Georg Zachariades
1893 Berlin Eduard Engelmann Henning Grenander Georg Zachariades
1894 Vienna Eduard Engelmann Gustav Hügel Tibor von Földváry
1895 Budapest Tibor von Földváry Gustav Hügel Gilbert Fuchs
1896-1897 No championships were held
1898 Trondheim Ulrich Salchow Johan Lefstad Oscar Holthe
1899 Davos Ulrich Salchow Gustav Hügel Ernst Fellner
1900 Berlin Ulrich Salchow Gustav Hügel Oscar Holthe
1901 Vienna Gustav Hügel Gilbert Fuchs Ulrich Salchow
1902-1903 Cancelled because of no ice
1904 Davos Ulrich Salchow Max Bohatsch Nicolai Panin
1905 Bonn Max Bohatsch Heinrich Burger Karl Zenger
1906 Davos Ulrich Salchow Ernst Herz Per Thorén
1907 Berlin Ulrich Salchow Gilbert Fuchs Ernst Herz
1908 Warsaw Ernst Herz Nicolai Panin Stefan Przedrzymirski
1909 Budapest Ulrich Salchow Gilbert Fuchs Per Thorén
1910 Berlin Ulrich Salchow Werner Rittberger Per Thorén
1911 St Petersburg Per Thorén Karl Ollow Werner Rittberger
1912 Stockholm Gösta Sandahl Ivan Malinin Martin Stixrud
1913 Oslo Ulrich Salchow Andor Szende Willy Böckl
1914 Vienna Fritz Kachler Alexander Krogh Willy Böckl
1915-1921 Not held due to World War I
1922 Davos Willy Böckl Fritz Kachler Ernst Oppacher
1923 Oslo Willy Böckl Martin Stixrud Gunnar Jakobsson
1924 Davos Fritz Kachler Ludwig Wrede Werner Rittberger
1925 Triberg Willy Böckl Werner Rittberger Otto Preissecker
1926 Davos Willy Böckl Otto Preissecker Georg Gautschi
1927 Vienna Willy Böckl Hugo Distler Karl Schäfer
1928 Troppau Willy Böckl Karl Schäfer Otto Preissecker
1929 Davos Karl Schäfer Georg Gautschi Ludwig Wrede
1930 Vienna Karl Schäfer Otto Gold Markus Nikkanen
1931 St. Moritz Karl Schäfer Ernst Baier Hugo Distler
1932 Paris Karl Schäfer Ernst Baier Erich Erdös
1933 London Karl Schäfer Ernst Baier Erich Erdös
1934 Prague Karl Schäfer Dénes Pataky Elemér Terták
1935 St. Moritz Karl Schäfer Felix Kaspar Ernst Baier
1936 Berlin Karl Schäfer Graham Sharp Ernst Baier
1937 Prague Felix Kaspar Graham Sharp Elemér Terták
1938 St. Moritz Felix Kaspar Graham Sharp Herbert Alward
1939 London Graham Sharp Frederick Tomlins Horst Faber
1940-1946 Not held due to World War II
1947 Davos Hans Gerschwiler Vladislav Čáp Fernand Leemans
1948 Prague Richard Button Hans Gerschwiler Edi Rada
1949 Milan Edi Rada Ede Király Helmut Seibt
1950 Oslo Ede Király Helmut Seibt Carlo Fassi
1951 Zürich Helmut Seibt Horst Faber Carlo Fassi
1952 Vienna Helmut Seibt Carlo Fassi Michael Carrington
1953 Dortmund Carlo Fassi Alain Giletti Freimut Stein
1954 Bolzano Carlo Fassi Alain Giletti Karol Divín
1955 Budapest Alain Giletti Michael Booker Karol Divín
1956 Paris Alain Giletti Michael Booker Karol Divín
1957 Vienna Alain Giletti Karol Divín Michael Booker
1958 Bratislava Karol Divín Alain Giletti Alain Calmat
1959 Davos Karol Divín Alain Giletti Norbert Felsinger
1960 Garmisch-Partenkirchen Alain Giletti Norbert Felsinger Manfred Schnelldorfer
1961 Berlin Alain Giletti Alain Calmat Manfred Schnelldorfer
1962 Geneva Alain Calmat Karol Divín Manfred Schnelldorfer
1963 Budapest Alain Calmat Manfred Schnelldorfer Emmerich Danzer
1964 Grenoble Alain Calmat Manfred Schnelldorfer Karol Divín
1965 Moscow Emmerich Danzer Alain Calmat Peter Jonas
1966 Bratislava Emmerich Danzer Wolfgang Schwarz Ondrej Nepela
1967 Ljubljana Emmerich Danzer Wolfgang Schwarz Ondrej Nepela
1968 Västerås Emmerich Danzer Wolfgang Schwarz Ondrej Nepela
1969 Garmisch-Partenkirchen Ondrej Nepela Patrick Pera Sergei Chetverukhin
1970 Leningrad Ondrej Nepela Patrick Pera Günter Zöller
1971 Zürich Ondrej Nepela Sergei Chetverukhin Haig Oundjian
1972 Gothenburg Ondrej Nepela Sergei Chetverukhin Patrick Pera
1973 Cologne Ondrej Nepela Sergei Chetverukhin Jan Hoffmann
1974 Zagreb Jan Hoffmann Sergei Volkov John Curry
1975 Copenhagen Vladimir Kovalev John Curry Yuri Ovchinnikov
1976 Geneva John Curry Vladimir Kovalev Jan Hoffmann
1977 Helsinki Jan Hoffmann Vladimir Kovalev Robin Cousins
1978 Strasbourg Jan Hoffmann Vladimir Kovalev Robin Cousins
1979 Zagreb Jan Hoffmann Vladimir Kovalev Robin Cousins
1980 Gothenburg Robin Cousins Jan Hoffmann Vladimir Kovalev
1981 Innsbruck Igor Bobrin Jean-Christophe Simond Norbert Schramm
1982 Lyon Norbert Schramm Jean-Christophe Simond Igor Bobrin
1983 Dortmund Norbert Schramm Jozef Sabovčík Alexander Fadeev
1984 Budapest Alexander Fadeev Rudi Cerne Norbert Schramm
1985 Gothenburg Jozef Sabovčík Vladimir Kotin Grzegorz Filipowski
1986 Copenhagen Jozef Sabovčík Vladimir Kotin Alexander Fadeev
1987 Sarajevo Alexander Fadeev Vladimir Kotin Viktor Petrenko
1988 Prague Alexander Fadeev Vladimir Kotin Viktor Petrenko
1989 Birmingham Alexander Fadeev Grzegorz Filipowski Petr Barna
1990 Leningrad Viktor Petrenko Petr Barna Viacheslav Zagorodniuk
1991 Sofia Viktor Petrenko Petr Barna Viacheslav Zagorodniuk
1992 Lausanne Petr Barna Viktor Petrenko Alexei Urmanov
1993 Helsinki Dmitri Dmitrenko Philippe Candeloro Eric Millot
1994 Copenhagen Viktor Petrenko Viacheslav Zagorodniuk Alexei Urmanov
1995 Dortmund Ilia Kulik Alexei Urmanov Viacheslav Zagorodniuk
1996 Sofia Viacheslav Zagorodniuk Igor Pashkevich Ilia Kulik
1997 Paris Alexei Urmanov Philippe Candeloro Viacheslav Zagorodniuk
1998 Milan Alexei Yagudin Evgeny Plushenko Alexander Abt
1999 Prague Alexei Yagudin Evgeny Plushenko Alexei Urmanov
2000 Vienna Evgeny Plushenko Alexei Yagudin Dmitri Dmitrenko
2001 Bratislava Evgeny Plushenko Alexei Yagudin Stanick Jeannette
2002 Lausanne Alexei Yagudin Alexander Abt Brian Joubert
2003 Malmö Evgeny Plushenko Brian Joubert Stanick Jeannette
2004 Budapest Brian Joubert Evgeny Plushenko Ilia Klimkin
2005 Turin Evgeny Plushenko Brian Joubert Stefan Lindemann
2006 Lyon Evgeny Plushenko Stéphane Lambiel Brian Joubert
2007 Warsaw Brian Joubert Tomáš Verner Kevin van der Perren
2008 Zagreb Tomáš Verner Stéphane Lambiel Brian Joubert
2009 Helsinki Brian Joubert Samuel Contesti Kevin van der Perren
2010 Tallinn
2011 Bern

LadiesEdit

Ladies Medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1930 Vienna Fritzi Burger Ilse Hornung Vivi-Anne Hultén
1931 St. Moritz Sonja Henie Fritzi Burger Hilde Holovsky
1932 Paris Sonja Henie Fritzi Burger Vivi-Anne Hultén
1933 London Sonja Henie Cecilia Colledge Fritzi Burger
1934 Prague Sonja Henie Liselotte Landbeck Maribel Vinson
1935 St. Moritz Sonja Henie Liselotte Landbeck Cecilia Colledge
1936 Berlin Sonja Henie Cecilia Colledge Megan Taylor
1937 Prague Cecilia Colledge Megan Taylor Emmy Putzinger
1938 St. Moritz Cecilia Colledge Megan Taylor Emmy Putzinger
1939 London Cecilia Colledge Megan Taylor Daphne Walker
1940-1946 Not held due to World War II
1947 Davos Barbara Ann Scott Gretchen Merrill Daphne Walker
1948 Prague Barbara Ann Scott Eva Pawlik Alena Vrzáňová
1949 Milan Eva Pawlik Alena Vrzáňová Jeannette Altwegg
1950 Oslo Alena Vrzáňová Jacqueline du Bief Jeannette Altwegg
1951 Zürich Jeannette Altwegg Jacqueline du Bief Barbara Wyatt
1952 Vienna Jeannette Altwegg Jacqueline du Bief Barbara Wyatt
1953 Dortmund Valda Osborn Gundi Busch Erica Batchelor
1954 Bolzano Gundi Busch Erica Batchelor Yvonne Sugden
1955 Budapest Hanna Eigel Yvonne Sugden Erica Batchelor
1956 Paris Ingrid Wendl Yvonne Sugden Erica Batchelor
1957 Vienna Hanna Eigel Ingrid Wendl Hanna Walter
1958 Bratislava Ingrid Wendl Hanna Walter Joan Haanappel
1959 Davos Hanna Walter Sjoukje Dijkstra Joan Haanappel
1960 Garmisch-Partenkirchen Sjoukje Dijkstra Regine Heitzer Joan Haanappel
1961 Berlin Sjoukje Dijkstra Regine Heitzer Jana Mrázková
1962 Geneva Sjoukje Dijkstra Regine Heitzer Karin Frohner
1963 Budapest Sjoukje Dijkstra Nicole Hassler Regine Heitzer
1964 Grenoble Sjoukje Dijkstra Regine Heitzer Nicole Hassler
1965 Moscow Regine Heitzer Sally-Anne Stapleford Nicole Hassler
1966 Bratislava Regine Heitzer Gabriele Seyfert Nicole Hassler
1967 Ljubljana Gabriele Seyfert Hana Mašková Zsuzsa Almássy
1968 Västerås Hana Mašková Gabriele Seyfert Beatrix Schuba
1969 Garmisch-Partenkirchen Gabriele Seyfert Hana Mašková Beatrix Schuba
1970 Leningrad Gabriele Seyfert Beatrix Schuba Zsuzsa Almássy
1971 Zürich Beatrix Schuba Zsuzsa Almássy Rita Trapanese
1972 Gothenburg Beatrix Schuba Rita Trapanese Sonja Morgenstern
1973 Cologne Christine Errath Jean Scott Karin Iten
1974 Zagreb Christine Errath Dianne de Leeuw Liana Drahová
1975 Copenhagen Christine Errath Dianne de Leeuw Anett Pötzsch
1976 Geneva Dianne de Leeuw Anett Pötzsch Christine Errath
1977 Helsinki Anett Pötzsch Dagmar Lurz Susanna Driano
1978 Strasbourg Anett Pötzsch Dagmar Lurz Elena Vodorezova
1979 Zagreb Anett Pötzsch Dagmar Lurz Denise Biellmann
1980 Gothenburg Anett Pötzsch Dagmar Lurz Susanna Driano
1981 Innsbruck Denise Biellmann Sanda Dubravčić Claudia Kristofics-Binder
1982 Lyon Claudia Kristofics-Binder Katarina Witt Elena Vodorezova
1983 Dortmund Katarina Witt Elena Vodorezova Claudia Leistner
1984 Budapest Katarina Witt Manuela Ruben Anna Kondrashova
1985 Gothenburg Katarina Witt Kira Ivanova Claudia Leistner
1986 Copenhagen Katarina Witt Kira Ivanova Anna Kondrashova
1987 Sarajevo Katarina Witt Kira Ivanova Anna Kondrashova
1988 Prague Katarina Witt Kira Ivanova Anna Kondrashova
1989 Birmingham Claudia Leistner Natalia Lebedeva Patricia Neske
1990 Leningrad Evelyn Grossmann Natalia Lebedeva Marina Kielmann
1991 Sofia Surya Bonaly Evelyn Grossmann Marina Kielmann
1992 Lausanne Surya Bonaly Marina Kielmann Patricia Neske
1993 Helsinki Surya Bonaly Oksana Baiul Marina Kielmann
1994 Copenhagen Surya Bonaly Oksana Baiul Olga Markova
1995 Dortmund Surya Bonaly Olga Markova Elena Liashenko
1996 Sofia Irina Slutskaya Surya Bonaly Maria Butyrskaya
1997 Paris Irina Slutskaya Krisztina Czakó Yulia Lavrenchuk
1998 Milan Maria Butyrskaya Irina Slutskaya Tanja Szewczenko
1999 Prague Maria Butyrskaya Julia Soldatova Viktoria Volchkova
2000 Vienna Irina Slutskaya Maria Butyrskaya Viktoria Volchkova
2001 Bratislava Irina Slutskaya Maria Butyrskaya Viktoria Volchkova
2002 Lausanne Maria Butyrskaya Irina Slutskaya Viktoria Volchkova
2003 Malmö Irina Slutskaya Elena Sokolova Júlia Sebestyén
2004 Budapest Júlia Sebestyén Elena Liashenko Elena Sokolova
2005 Turin Irina Slutskaya Susanna Pöykiö Elena Liashenko
2006 Lyon Irina Slutskaya Elena Sokolova Carolina Kostner
2007 Warsaw Carolina Kostner Sarah Meier Kiira Korpi
2008 Zagreb Carolina Kostner Sarah Meier Laura Lepistö
2009 Helsinki Laura Lepistö Carolina Kostner Susanna Pöykiö
2010 Tallinn
2011 Bern

PairsEdit

Pairs Medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1930 Vienna Olga Orgonista / Sándor Szalay Emilia Rotter / László Szollás Gisela Hochaltinger / Otto Preissecker
1931 St. Moritz Olga Orgonista / Sándor Szalay Emilia Rotter / László Szollás Lilly Gaillard / Willy Petter
1932 Paris Andrée Brunet / Pierre Brunet Lilly Gaillard / Willy Petter Idi Papez / Karl Zwack
1933 London Idi Papez / Karl Zwack Lilly Gaillard / Willy Petter Mollie Philips / Rodney Murdoch
1934 Prague Emilia Rotter / László Szollás Idi Papez / Karl Zwack Zofja Bilorowna / Tadeusz Kowalski
1935 St. Moritz Maxi Herber / Ernst Baier Idi Papez / Karl Zwack Lucy Gallo / Rezső Dillinger
1936 Berlin Maxi Herber / Ernst Baier Violet Cliff / Leslie Cliff Piroska Szekrenyessy / Attila Szekrenyessy
1937 Prague Maxi Herber / Ernst Baier Ilse Pausin / Erich Pausin Piroska Szekrenyessy / Attila Szekrenyessy
1938 St. Moritz Maxi Herber / Ernst Baier Ilse Pausin / Erich Pausin Inge Koch / Gunther Noack
1939 London Maxi Herber / Ernst Baier Ilse Pausin / Erich Pausin Inge Koch / Gunther Noack
1940-1946 Not held due to World War II
1947 Davos Micheline Lannoy / Pierre Baugniet Winifred Silverthorne / Dennis Silverthorne Suzanne Diskeuve / Edmond Verbustel
1948 Prague Andrea Kékesy / Ede Király Blažena Knittlová / Karel Vosátka Herta Ratzenhofer / Emil Ratzenhofer
1949 Milan Andrea Kékesy / Ede Király Marianne Nagy / Lászlo Nagy Herta Ratzenhofer / Emil Ratzenhofer
1950 Oslo Marianne Nagy / Lászlo Nagy Eliane Steinemann / Andre Calame Jennifer Nicks / John Nicks
1951 Zürich Ria Baran / Paul Falk Eliane Steinemann / Andre Calame Jennifer Nicks / John Nicks
1952 Vienna Ria Baran / Paul Falk Jennifer Nicks / John Nicks Marianne Nagy / Lászlo Nagy
1953 Dortmund Jennifer Nicks / John Nicks Marianne Nagy / Lászlo Nagy Elisabeth Schwartz / Kurt Oppelt
1954 Bolzano Silvia Grandjean / Michel Grandjean Elisabeth Schwartz / Kurt Oppelt Soňa Balůnova / Miroslav Balůn
1955 Budapest Marianne Nagy / Lászlo Nagy Vera Suchánková / Zdeněk Doležal Marika Kilius / Franz Ningel
1956 Paris Elisabeth Schwartz / Kurt Oppelt Marianne Nagy / Lászlo Nagy Marika Kilius / Franz Ningel
1957 Vienna Věra Suchánková / Zdeněk Doležal Marianne Nagy / Lászlo Nagy Marika Kilius / Franz Ningel
1958 Bratislava Věra Suchánková / Zdeněk Doležal Nina Zhuk / Stanislav Zhuk Joyce Coates / Anthony Holles
1959 Davos Marika Kilius / Hans-Jürgen Bäumler Nina Zhuk / Stanislav Zhuk Joyce Coates / Anthony Holles
1960 Garmisch-Partenkirchen Marika Kilius / Hans-Jürgen Bäumler Nina Zhuk / Stanislav Zhuk Margret Gobl / Franz Ningel
1961 Berlin Marika Kilius / Hans-Jürgen Bäumler Margret Gobl / Franz Ningel Margrit Senf / Peter Gobel
1962 Geneva Marika Kilius / Hans-Jürgen Bäumler Ludmila Belousova / Oleg Protopopov Margret Gobl / Franz Ningel
1963 Budapest Marika Kilius / Hans-Jürgen Bäumler Ludmila Belousova / Oleg Protopopov Tatjana Zhuk / Alexander Gavrilov
1964 Grenoble Marika Kilius / Hans-Jürgen Bäumler Ludmila Belousova / Oleg Protopopov Tatiana Zhuk / Aleksandr Gavrilov
1965 Moscow Ludmila Belousova / Oleg Protopopov Gerda Johner / Ruedi Johner Tatjana Zhuk / Aleksandr Gorelik
1966 Bratislava Ludmila Belousova / Oleg Protopopov Tatiana Zhuk / Aleksandr Gorelik Margo Glockschuber / Wolfgang Danne
1967 Ljubljana Ludmila Belousova / Oleg Protopopov Margot Glockshuber / Wolfgang Danne Heidemarie Steiner / Heinz Ulrich Walther
1968 Västerås Ludmila Belousova / Oleg Protopopov Tamara Moskvina / Alexei Mishin Heidemarie Steiner / Heinz-Ulrich Walther
1969 Garmisch-Partenkirchen Irina Rodnina / Alexei Ulanov Ludmila Belousova / Oleg Protopopov Tamara Moskvina / Alexei Mishin
1970 Leningrad Irina Rodnina / Alexei Ulanov Ludmila Smirnova / Andrei Suraikin Heidemarie Steiner / Heinz-Ulrich Walther
1971 Zürich Irina Rodnina / Alexei Ulanov Ludmila Smirnova / Andrei Suraikin Galina Karelina / Georgi Proskurin
1972 Gothenburg Irina Rodnina / Alexei Ulanov Ludmila Smirnova / Andrei Suraikin Manuela Groß / Uwe Kagelmann
1973 Cologne Irina Rodnina / Alexander Zaitsev Ludmila Smirnova / Alexei Ulanov Almut Lehmann / Herbert Wiesinger
1974 Zagreb Irina Rodnina / Alexander Zaitsev Romy Kermer / Rolf Österreich Ludmila Smirnova / Alexei Ulanov
1975 Copenhagen Irina Rodnina / Alexander Zaitsev Romy Kermer / Rolf Österreich Manuela Groß / Uwe Kagelmann
1976 Geneva Irina Rodnina / Alexander Zaitsev Romy Kermer / Rolf Österreich Irina Vorobieva / Alexandr Vlasov
1977 Helsinki Irina Rodnina / Alexander Zaitsev Irina Vorobieva / Alexandr Vlasov Marina Cherkasova / Sergei Shakhrai
1978 Strasbourg Irina Rodnina / Alexander Zaitsev Marina Cherkasova / Sergei Shakhrai Manuela Mager / Uwe Bewersdorff
1979 Zagreb Marina Cherkasova / Sergei Shakhrai Irina Vorobieva / Igor Lisovski Sabine Baeß / Tassilo Thierbach
1980 Gothenburg Irina Rodnina / Alexander Zaitsev Marina Cherkasova / Sergei Shakhrai Marina Pestova / Stanislav Leonovich
1981 Innsbruck Irina Vorobieva / Igor Lisovski Christina Riegel / Andreas Nischwitz Marina Cherkasova / Sergei Shakhrai
1982 Lyon Sabine Baeß / Tassilo Thierbach Marina Pestova / Stanislav Leonovich Irina Vorobieva / Igor Lisovski
1983 Dortmund Sabine Baeß / Tassilo Thierbach Elena Valova / Oleg Vasiliev Birgit Lorenz / Knut Schubert
1984 Budapest Elena Valova / Oleg Vasiliev Sabine Baeß / Tassilo Thierbach Birgit Lorenz / Knut Schubert
1985 Gothenburg Elena Valova / Oleg Vasiliev Larisa Selezneva / Oleg Makarov Veronika Pershina / Marat Akbarov
1986 Copenhagen Elena Valova / Oleg Vasiliev Ekaterina Gordeeva / Sergei Grinkov Elena Bechke / Valeri Kornienko
1987 Sarajevo Larisa Selezneva / Oleg Makarov Elena Valova / Oleg Vasiliev Katrin Kanitz / Tobias Schröter
1988 Prague Ekaterina Gordeeva / Sergei Grinkov Larisa Selezneva / Oleg Makarov Peggy Schwarz / Alexander König
1989 Birmingham Larisa Selezneva / Oleg Makarov Mandy Wötzel / Axel Rauschenbach Natalia Mishkutenok / Artur Dmitriev
1990 Leningrad Ekaterina Gordeeva / Sergei Grinkov Larisa Selezneva / Oleg Makarov Natalia Mishkutenok / Artur Dmitriev
1991 Sofia Natalia Mishkutenok / Artur Dmitriev Elena Bechke / Denis Petrov Evgenia Shishkova / Vadim Naumov
1992 Lausanne Natalia Mishkutenok / Artur Dmitriev Elena Bechke / Denis Petrov Evgenia Shishkova / Vadim Naumov
1993 Helsinki Marina Eltsova / Andrei Bushkov Mandy Wötzel / Ingo Steuer Evgenia Shishkova / Vadim Naumov
1994 Copenhagen Ekaterina Gordeeva / Sergei Grinkov Evgenia Shishkova / Vadim Naumov Natalia Mishkutenok / Artur Dmitriev
1995 Dortmund Mandy Wötzel / Ingo Steuer Radka Kovaříková / René Novotný Evgenia Shishkova / Vadim Naumov
1996 Sofia Oksana Kazakova / Artur Dmitriev Mandy Wötzel / Ingo Steuer Sarah Abitbol / Stephane Bernadis
1997 Paris Marina Eltsova / Andrei Bushkov Mandy Wötzel / Ingo Steuer Yelena Berezhnaya / Anton Sikharulidze
1998 Milan Yelena Berezhnaya / Anton Sikharulidze Oksana Kazakova / Artur Dmitriev Sarah Abitbol / Stephane Bernadis
1999 Prague Maria Petrova / Alexei Tikhonov Dorota Zagórska / Mariusz Siudek Sarah Abitbol / Stephane Bernadis
2000 Vienna Maria Petrova / Alexei Tikhonov Dorota Zagórska / Mariusz Siudek Sarah Abitbol / Stephane Bernadis
2001 Bratislava Yelena Berezhnaya / Anton Sikharulidze Tatiana Totmianina / Maxim Marinin Sarah Abitbol / Stephane Bernadis
2002 Lausanne Tatiana Totmianina / Maxim Marinin Sarah Abitbol / Stephane Bernadis Maria Petrova / Alexei Tikhonov
2003 Malmö Tatiana Totmianina / Maxim Marinin Sarah Abitbol / Stephane Bernadis Maria Petrova / Alexei Tikhonov
2004 Budapest Tatiana Totmianina / Maxim Marinin Maria Petrova / Alexei Tikhonov Dorota Zagórska / Mariusz Siudek
2005 Turin Tatiana Totmianina / Maxim Marinin Julia Obertas / Sergei Slavnov Maria Petrova / Alexei Tikhonov
2006 Lyon Tatiana Totmianina / Maxim Marinin Aliona Savchenko / Robin Szolkowy Maria Petrova / Alexei Tikhonov
2007 Warsaw Aliona Savchenko / Robin Szolkowy Maria Petrova / Alexei Tikhonov Dorota Siudek / Mariusz Siudek
2008 Zagreb Aliona Savchenko / Robin Szolkowy Maria Mukhortova / Maxim Trankov Yuko Kawaguchi / Alexander Smirnov
2009 Helsinki Aliona Savchenko / Robin Szolkowy Yuko Kawaguchi / Alexander Smirnov Maria Mukhortova / Maxim Trankov
2010 Tallinn
2011 Bern

Ice DancingEdit

Cumulative medal countEdit

TV coverageEdit

Extended live coverage of the championships is broadcast across Europe on Eurosport. In Italy, RAI achieved the rights of the contest.

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit










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