The 1891 European Figure Skating Championships were held on January 23 and 24. Elite figure skaters competed for the title of European Champion in the category of men's singles. The competitors performed only compulsory figures. These were the first European Figure Skating Championships ever.
|1891 European Figure Skating Championships|
|Date:||January 23 – 24|
|Location:||Hamburg, German Empire|
|Men's singles: |
1892 European Championships
The skating association of Germany and Austria joined in one club "Deutscher und Österrreichischer Eislaufverband" organised these first European Championships in figure skating in Hamburg, German Empire in 1891 even before the International Skating Union (ISU) was found.
|1||Oskar Uhlig||German Empire||146.6/9|
|2||Anon Schmitson||German Empire||114.7/9|
|3||Franz Zilly||German Empire||101.2/9|
|6||Fritz Ahrendt||German Empire||50.|
|7||Wilhelm Schulze||German Empire||28.8/9|
- ^ "European Figure Skating Championships" (PDF). www.isu.org. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2011-06-03.
- Result list provided by the ISU