Figure skating at the European Youth Olympic Festival

European Youth Olympic Festival (also European Youth Olympic Days) is a multi-sport event held in both summer and winter disciplines every second year. Figure skating is one of the sports in its winter edition. The competition is held in junior category.

MedalistsEdit

MenEdit

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1993   Aosta   Markus Leminen   Thierry Cerez   Yevgeny Martynov
1995   Andorra   Szabolcs Vidrai   Vitaliy Danylchenko   David Jäschke
1997   Sundsvall   Evgeni Plushenko   Vakhtang Murvanidze   Oleksandr Smokvin [1]
1999   Poprad-Tatry   Stanislav Timchenko   Stéphane Lambiel   Kristoffer Berntsson [2]
2001   Vuokatti No figure skating competition
2003   Bled   Sergei Dobrin   Yannick Ponsero   Radomir Soumar [3]
2005   Monthey   Adrian Schultheiss   Kim Lucine   Nikita Mikhailov [4]
2007   Jaca   Artem Grigoriev   Alexander Majorov   Alexandre Briancon [5]
2009   Cieszyn   Viktor Romanenkov   Stanislav Pertsov   Gordei Gorshkov [6]
2011   Liberec   Petr Coufal   Maxim Kovtun   Simon Hocquaux [7]
2013   Brașov   Adian Pitkeev   Yaroslav Paniot   Adrien Tesson [8]
2015   Dornbirn   Ivan Pavlov   Deniss Vasiļjevs   Dmitri Aliev [9]
2017   Erzurum   Petr Gumennik   Daniel Grassl   Nika Egadze [10]
2019   Sarajevo   Ilya Yablokov   Mihhail Selevko   Yauheni Puzanau [11]

LadiesEdit

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1993   Aosta   Irina Slutskaya   Elena Liashenko   Vanessa Gusmeroli
1995   Andorra   Nadezda Kanaeva   Vanessa Gusmeroli   Krisztina Czakó
1997   Sundsvall   Julia Soldatova   Julia Lautowa   Gwenaëlle Jullien [1]
1999   Poprad-Tatry   Tamara Dorofejev   Sarah Meier   Svetlana Chernishova [2]
2001   Vuokatti No figure skating competition
2003   Bled   Katharina Häcker   Lina Johansson   Viktória Pavuk [3]
2005   Monthey   Angelina Turenko   Nicole Della Monica   Kateryna Proyda [4]
2007   Jaca   Sonia Lafuente   Margarita Tertychnaya   Marcella De Trovato [5]
2009   Cieszyn   Miriam Ziegler   Joshi Helgesson   Anne Line Gjersem [6]
2011   Liberec   Polina Agafonova   Ira Vannut   Monika Simančíková [7]
2013   Brașov   Maria Stavitskaia   Anaïs Ventard   Maria Katharina Herceg [8]
2015   Dornbirn   Alexandra Proklova   Lea Johanna Dastich   Léa Serna [9]
2017   Erzurum   Alina Zagitova   Anastasia Hozhva   Lucrezia Gennaro [10]
2019   Sarajevo   Anna Shcherbakova   Lucrezia Beccari   Anastasiia Arkhipova [11]

PairsEdit

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1993–
1999
No pairs competition
2001   Vuokatti No figure skating competition
2003   Bled   Arina Ushakova / Alexander Popov   Rebecca Handke / Daniel Wende   Julia Beloglazova / Andriy Bekh [3]
2003– No pairs competition

Ice dancingEdit

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1993   Aosta   Sylwia Nowak / Sebastian Kolasiński   Ekaterina Svirina / Sergei Sakhnovski   Agnes Jacquemard / Alexis Gayet
1995   Andorra   Isabelle Delobel / Olivier Schoenfelder   Jolanta Bury / Łukasz Zalewski   Krisztina Szabó / Tamás Sári
1997   Sundsvall   Federica Faiella / Luciano Milo   Melanie Espejo / Michael Zenezini   Eliane Hugentobler / Daniel Hugentobler [1]
1999   Poprad-Tatry   Anastasia Litvinenko / Maxim Bolotin   Viktoria Polzykina / Alexander Shakalov   Myriam Trividic / Aurelien Geraud [2]
2001   Vuokatti No figure skating competition
2003   Bled   Natalia Mikhailova / Arkadi Sergeev   Christina Beier / William Beier   Alexandra Zaretsky / Roman Zaretsky [3]
2005
2007
No ice dance competition
2009   Cieszyn   Tatiana Baturintseva / Ivan Volobuiev   Ruslana Yurchenko / Oleksandr Liubchenko   Gabriela Kubová / Petr Seknička [6]
2009– No ice dance competition

Cumulative medal countEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia (RUS)203427
2  Hungary (HUN)2035
3  Ukraine (UKR)17513
4  France (FRA)16815
5  Germany (GER)1337
6  Italy (ITA)1326
7  Sweden (SWE)1315
8  Austria (AUT)1102
  Estonia (EST)1102
  Poland (POL)1102
11  Czech Republic (CZE)1023
12  Finland (FIN)1001
  Spain (ESP)1001
14   Switzerland (SUI)0213
15  Georgia (GEO)0112
16  Belgium (BEL)0101
  Latvia (LAT)0101
18  Belarus (BLR)0011
  Israel (ISR)0011
  Norway (NOR)0011
Totals (20 nations)33333399

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "Results of EYOWF 1997 – Sundsvall, Sweden" (PDF). eyowf2011.cz. Archived (PDF) from the original on 10 January 2016.
  2. ^ a b c "1999 EYOF". Figure Skating Corner.
  3. ^ a b c d "2003 EYOF". Figure Skating Corner.
  4. ^ a b "2005 EYOF".
  5. ^ a b "2007 European Youth Olympic Festival". International Skating Union. 22 February 2007.
  6. ^ a b c "2009 Winter European Youth Olympic Festival". Polish Figure Skating Association. 22 February 2009. Archived from the original on 21 February 2011.
  7. ^ a b "2011 EYOF". Archived from the original on 11 October 2011.
  8. ^ a b "2013 EYOF". eyowf2013.ro. Archived from the original on 26 January 2015. Retrieved 26 January 2015.
  9. ^ a b "12th Winter European Youth Olympic Festival". Skate Austria. 28 January 2015. Archived from the original on 26 January 2015.
  10. ^ a b "13th Winter European Youth Olympic Festival". International Skating Union. 15 February 2017.
  11. ^ a b "14th Winter European Youth Olympic Festival". eyof2019.net. 15 February 2019.

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