Skaters and Championships
ONLY such competitions as are held under the auspices of the International Skating Union confer a title to an International Championship of Europe, the World, or the I.S.U. Ladies Championship.
The Championship of Europe, which was held by the Union in 1891/95, was altered in 1896 to the Championship of the World. In 1898 it was decided to reinstate the Championship of Europe.
Second Prize, Olympic Games
Second Prize, World’s
1891. Hamburg: 0. Uhlig, Berliner Eislauf Verein.
1892. Vienna: Ed. Engelmann, Training Eisclub, Vienna.
1893. Berlin: Competition annulled by vote of I.S.U.
1894. Vienna: Ed. Engelmann, T.E.W.
1895. Budapest: T. von Foldvary, Budapester Eislauf Verein.
1896-97 Competition was not held.
1898. Trondhjem: U. Salchow, Stockholms Allmanna Skridskoklubb.
1899. Davos: U. Salchow, S.A.S.
1900. Berlin: U. Salchow, S.A.S.
1901. Vienna: G. Hugel, Internationaler Schlittschuhclub Davos.
1902. Competition was not held.
1903. Competition was not held.
1904. Davos: U. Salchow, S.A.S.
1905. Bonn: M. Bohatsch, Wiener Eislauf Verein.
1906. Davos: U. Salchow, S.A.S.
1907. Berlin: U. Salchow, S.A.S.
1908. Warsaw: E. Herz, C.E.V.
1909. Budapest: U. Salchow, S.A.S.