1958 European Figure Skating Championships

1958 European Championships
Type: ISU Championship
Date: January 30 – February 2
Season: 1957–58
Location: Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
Champions
Men's singles:
Czechoslovakia Karol Divín
Ladies' singles:
Austria Ingrid Wendl
Pair skating:
Czechoslovakia Věra Suchánková / Zdeněk Doležal
Ice dance:
United Kingdom June Markham / Courtney Jones
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The 1958 European Figure Skating Championships were held in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia. Elite senior-level figure skaters from European ISU member nations competed for the title of European Champion in the disciplines of men's singles,[1] ladies' singles,[2] pair skating,[3] and ice dancing.[4]

Results

Men

Ladies

Pairs

Rank Name Nation
1 Věra Suchánková / Zdeněk Doležal  Czechoslovakia
2 Nina Zhuk / Stanislav Zhuk  Soviet Union
3 Joyce Coates / Anthony Holles  United Kingdom
4 Marianna Nagy / László Nagy  Hungary
5 Marika Kilius / Hans-Jürgen Bäumler  West Germany
6 Hana Dvoraková / Karol Vosatka  Czechoslovakia
7 Barbara Jankowska / Zygmond Kaczmarczyk  Poland
8 Eszter Jurek / Miklos Kucharowitz  Hungary
9 Liesl Ellend / Konrad Lienert  Austria
10 Ludmila Belousova / Oleg Protopopov  Soviet Union
11 Rosuitha Mauerhofer / Günther Mauerhofer  Soviet Union
12 Diana Hinko / Heinz Döpfl  Austria
13 Carolyn Patricia Krau / Rodney Ward  United Kingdom
14 Marie Hezinová / Karol Janouch  Czechoslovakia
15 Rita Paucka / Peter Kwiet  West Germany

Ice dancing

Rank Name Nation
1 June Markham / Courtney Jones  United Kingdom
2 Catherine Morris / Michael Robinson  United Kingdom
3 Barbara Thompson / Gerard Rigby  United Kingdom
4 Christiane Guhel / Jean Paul Guhel  France
5 Lucia Zorn / Rudolf Zorn  Austria
6 Catharina Odink / Jacobus Odink  Netherlands
7 Annick de Trentinian / Philippe Aumond  France
8 Edith Peikert / Alois Miterhuber  Austria
9 Rita Paucka / Peter Kwiet  West Germany
10 Helga Michlmayer / Gerald Felsinger  Austria
11 Petra Seigerwald / Hannes Burkhardt  West Germany
12 Aranka Tóth / Endre Tóth  Hungary
13 Svetlana Smirnova / Leonid Gordon  Soviet Union

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