1995 European Figure Skating Championships

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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 dancing:
Finland Susanna Rahkamo / Petri Kokko
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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.

Competition notes[edit]

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]

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Rank Name Nation SP LP TFP
1 Ilia Kulik  Russia 1 2 2.5
2 Alexei Urmanov  Russia 6 1 4.0
3 Viacheslav Zagorodniuk  Ukraine 2 3 4.0
4 Philippe Candeloro  France 3 5 6.5
5 Éric Millot  France 9 4 8.5
6 Oleg Tataurov  Russia 5 7 9.5
7 Dmitri Dmitrenko  Ukraine 4 8 10.0
8 Steven Cousins  United Kingdom 10 6 11.0
9 Vasili Eremenko  Ukraine 7 9 12.5
10 Cornel Gheorghe  Romania 8 10 14.0
11 Ronny Winkler  Germany 12 11 17.5
12 Michael Tyllesen  Denmark 11 13 18.5
13 Fabrizio Garattoni  Italy 15 12 19.5
14 Szabolcs Vidrai  Hungary 14 14 21.0
15 Markus Leminen  Finland 16 16 24.0
16 Besarion Tsintsadze  Georgia 17 17 25.5
17 Alexander Murashko  Belarus 13 20 26.5
18 Patrick Meier   Switzerland 24 15 27.0
19 Mirko Eichhorn  Germany 18 18 27.0
20 Johnny Rønne Jensen  Denmark 19 19 28.5
21 Ivan Dinev  Bulgaria 20 22 32.0
22 Patrick Schmit  Luxembourg 23 21 32.5
23 Jan Erik Digernes  Norway 22 23 34.0
24 Daniel Peinado  Spain 21 24 34.5
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

Ladies[edit]

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

Pairs[edit]

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

Ice dancing[edit]

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

References[edit]

  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.