1995 European Figure Skating Championships

The 1995 European Figure Skating Championships was a senior-level international competition held in Dortmund, Germany. Elite skaters from European ISU member nations competed in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing.

1995 European Championships
Type:ISU Championship
Date:January 29 – February 5
Season:1994–95
Location:Dortmund, Germany
Champions
Men's singles:
Russia Ilia Kulik
Ladies' singles:
France Surya Bonaly
Pair skating:
Germany Mandy Wötzel / Ingo Steuer
Ice dance:
Finland Susanna Rahkamo / Petri Kokko
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Competition notesEdit

Surya Bonaly won her fifth consecutive European title, having executed seven triple jumps, including a rare triple lutz, triple toe loop combination.[1]

Susanna Rahkamo / Petri Kokko were the first Finns to win the European Championships, with the next title won by Laura Lepistö in ladies' singles in 2009.[2]

17-year-old Ilia Kulik placed first in the short program and held off reigning Olympic champion Alexei Urmanov to finish first overall.[3]

ResultsEdit

MenEdit

Rank Name Nation TFP SP FS
1 Ilia Kulik   Russia 2.5 1 2
2 Alexei Urmanov   Russia 4.0 6 1
3 Viacheslav Zagorodniuk   Ukraine 4.0 2 3
4 Philippe Candeloro   France 6.5 3 5
5 Éric Millot   France 8.5 9 4
6 Oleg Tataurov   Russia 9.5 5 7
7 Dmitri Dmitrenko   Ukraine 10.0 4 8
8 Steven Cousins   United Kingdom 11.0 10 6
9 Vasili Eremenko   Ukraine 12.5 7 9
10 Cornel Gheorghe   Romania 14.0 8 10
11 Ronny Winkler   Germany 17.5 12 11
12 Michael Tyllesen   Denmark 18.5 11 13
13 Fabrizio Garattoni   Italy 19.5 15 12
14 Szabolcs Vidrai   Hungary 21.0 14 14
15 Markus Leminen   Finland 24.0 16 16
16 Besarion Tsintsadze   Georgia 25.5 17 17
17 Alexander Murashko   Belarus 26.5 13 20
18 Patrick Meier    Switzerland 27.0 24 15
19 Mirko Eichhorn   Germany 27.0 18 18
20 Johnny Rønne Jensen   Denmark 28.5 19 19
21 Ivan Dinev   Bulgaria 32.0 20 22
22 Patrick Schmit   Luxembourg 32.5 23 21
23 Jan Erik Digernes   Norway 34.0 22 23
24 Daniel Peinado   Spain 34.5 21 24
Free skating not reached
25 Florian Tuma   Austria 25
26 Veli-Pekka Riihinen   Sweden 26
27 Rastislav Vnučko   Slovakia 27
28 Roman Martõnenko   Estonia 28
29 Zbigniew Komorowski   Poland 29
30 Marcus Deen   Netherlands 30

LadiesEdit

Rank Name Nation
1 Surya Bonaly   France
2 Olga Markova   Russia
3 Elena Liashenko   Ukraine
4 Tanja Szewczenko   Germany
5 Irina Slutskaya   Russia
6 Marina Kielmann   Germany
7 Maria Butyrskaya   Russia
8 Krisztina Czakó   Hungary
9 Anna Rechnio   Poland
10 Kateřina Beránková   Czech Republic
11 Yulia Lavrenchuk   Ukraine
12 Laetitia Hubert   France
13 Zuzanna Szwed   Poland
14 Tony Bombardieri   Italy
15 Júlia Sebestyén   Hungary
16 Janine Bur    Switzerland
17 Marta Andrade   Spain
18 Alma Lepina   Latvia
19 Nathalie Krieg    Switzerland
20 Mojca Kopač   Slovenia
21 Julia Lautowa   Austria
22 Monique van der Velden   Netherlands
23 Malika Tahir   France
WD Lyudmyla Ivanova   Ukraine
Free skating not reached
25 Ivana Jakupcevic   Croatia
26 Kaisa Kella   Finland
27 Jenna Arrowsmith   United Kingdom
28 Helena Grundberg   Sweden
29 Kaja Hanevold   Norway
30 Sofia Penkova   Bulgaria

PairsEdit

Rank Name Nation TFP SP FS
1 Mandy Wötzel / Ingo Steuer   Germany 2.0 2 1
2 Radka Kovaříková / René Novotný   Czech Republic 2.5 1 2
3 Evgenia Shishkova / Vadim Naumov   Russia 4.5 3 3
4 Marina Eltsova / Andrei Bushkov   Russia 6.0 4 4
5 Elena Berezhnaya / Oleg Shliakhov   Latvia 7.5 5 5
6 Maria Petrova / Anton Sikharulidze   Russia 9.0 6 6
7 Sarah Abitbol / Stéphane Bernadis   France 11.0 8 7
8 Olena Bilousivska / Serhiy Potalov   Ukraine 11.5 7 8
9 Dorota Zagórska / Mariusz Siudek   Poland 13.5 9 9
10 Jekaterina Silnitzkaja / Mirko Müller   Germany 15.5 11 10
11 Silvia Dimitrov / Rico Rex   Germany 16.0 10 11
12 Lesley Rogers / Michael Aldred   United Kingdom 18.0 12 12
13 Lilia Mashkovskaya / Ihor Maliar   Ukraine 20.5 15 13
14 Marta Andrella / Dmitri Kaploun   Italy 20.5 13 14
15 Veronika Joukalová / Otto Dlabola   Czech Republic 22.0 14 15
16 Jeltje Schulten / Alcuin Schulten   Netherlands 24.0 16 16

Ice dancingEdit

Rank Name Nation
1 Susanna Rahkamo / Petri Kokko   Finland
2 Sophie Moniotte / Pascal Lavanchy   France
3 Anjelika Krylova / Oleg Ovsyannikov   Russia
4 Tatiana Navka / Samuel Gezalian   Belarus
5 Marina Anissina / Gwendal Peizerat   France
6 Kateřina Mrázová / Martin Šimeček   Czech Republic
7 Irina Romanova / Igor Yaroshenko   Ukraine
8 Jennifer Goolsbee / Hendryk Schamberger   Germany
9 Irina Lobacheva / Ilia Averbukh   Russia
10 Barbara Fusar-Poli / Maurizio Margaglio   Italy
11 Margarita Drobiazko / Povilas Vanagas   Lithuania
12 Sylwia Nowak / Sebastian Kolasiński   Poland
13 Diane Gerencser / Alexander Stanislavov    Switzerland
14 Elena Grushina / Ruslan Goncharov   Ukraine
15 Kati Winkler / René Lohse   Germany
16 Allison McLean / Konrad Schaub   Austria
17 Elena Kustarova / Vazgen Azroyan   Russia
18 Michelle Fitzgerald / Vincent Kyle   United Kingdom
19 Claire Wileman / Andrew Place   United Kingdom
20 Lynn Burton / Duncan Lenard   United Kingdom
21 Kako Koinuma / Tigran Arakelian   Armenia
22 Albena Denkova / Hristo Nikolov   Bulgaria
23 Enikő Berkes / Szilárd Tóth   Hungary
24 Anna Mosenkova / Dmitri Kurakin   Estonia
Free dance not reached
25 Anita Chaudhurti / Hans T'Hart   Netherlands

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "RESULTS PLUS". Associated Press. The New York Times. 5 February 1995. Retrieved 29 March 2011.
  2. ^ "Laura Lepistö wins European title in front of ecstatic home audience". Helsingin Sanomat. 26 January 2009. Retrieved 29 March 2011.
  3. ^ "RESULTS PLUS". Associated Press. The New York Times. 2 February 1995. Retrieved 29 March 2011.

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