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1962 World Figure Skating Championships

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1962 World Figure Skating Championships
Type:ISU Championship
Date:March 14 – 17
Season:1962
Location:Prague, Czechoslovakia
Champions
Men's singles:
Canada Donald Jackson
Ladies' singles:
Netherlands Sjoukje Dijkstra
Pair skating:
Canada Maria Jelinek / Otto Jelinek
Ice dance:
Czechoslovakia Eva Romanová / Pavel Roman
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The World Figure Skating Championships is an annual figure skating competition sanctioned by the International Skating Union in which figure skaters compete for the title of World Champion.

The 1962 competitions for men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dance took place from March 14 to 17 in Prague, Czechoslovakia. The Figure Skating World Championships in Prague were originally planned for 1961, but were cancelled due to the crash of Sabena Flight 548, which killed everyone on board the plane, including the entire US figure skating team.

East Germany participated in the World Figure Skating Championships for the first time.

This competition is best remembered for Donald Jackson's come-from-behind victory in the men's event with a tour-de-force free skate that included the first triple lutz jump ever landed in competition as well as a triple salchow jump and 20 other double and single jumps, including jumps in opposite directions and jumps with variations in arm position or delayed rotation. Jackson received 7 perfect 6.0 scores for this performance.[1]

Prague hometown favorites Eva Romanová / Pavel Roman won the dance event - breaking the British domination of this discipline - and Canadians Maria Jelinek / Otto Jelinek were the winners in the pairs. As children, the Jelineks had defected from Czechoslovakia with their parents after the post-war Communist takeover, and there were significant fears for their safety in returning to their home country. The "official" story that had been circulated at the time of the previous year's planned competition was that they were merely of Czech descent.[2] The Jelineks' chief competitors, 1960 runners-up Marika Kilius / Hans-Jürgen Bäumler, were forced to withdraw from the competition after colliding on side-by-side jumps during their program,[3] and the silver medal was won by Ludmila Belousova / Oleg Protopopov.

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Contents

Results

Men

Rank Name Nation Points Places
1 Donald Jackson  Canada 2277.1 13
2 Karol Divín  Czechoslovakia 2255.9 17
3 Alain Calmat  France 2200.7 25
4 Donald McPherson  Canada 2172.3 37
5 Manfred Schnelldorfer  West Germany 2094.0 54
6 Monty Hoyt  United States 2059.1 59
7 Emmerich Danzer  Austria 2033.8 68
8 Scott Allen  United States 2002.8 82
9 Peter Jonas  Austria 2005.5 81
10 Nobuo Sato  Japan 1984.7 92
11 Bodo Bockenauer  East Germany 97
12 Robin Jones  United Kingdom 101
13 Sepp Schönmetzler  West Germany 109
14 Valeri Meshkov  Soviet Union 1895.7 117
15 Per Kjølberg  Norway 137
16 Karoly Ujlaky  Hungary 1832.4 142
17 Robert Dureville  France 149
18 Alain Trouillet  France 159

Judges:

Ladies

Rank Name Nation Points Places
1 Sjoukje Dijkstra  Netherlands 2350.0 9
2 Wendy Griner  Canada 2273.2 21
3 Regine Heitzer  Austria 2218.3 42
4 Petra Burka  Canada 2219.7 39
5 Barbara Ann Pursley-Roles  United States 2200.9 52
6 Nicole Hassler  France 2172.0 64
7 Jana Mrázková  Czechoslovakia 2151.8 71
8 Karin Frohner  Austria 2144.6 79
9 Miwa Fukuhara  Japan 2137.0 81
10 Lorraine Hanlon  United States 2103.0 105
11 Jacqueline Harbord  United Kingdom 101
12 Helli Sengstschmid  Austria 98
13 Eva Grožajová  Czechoslovakia 101
14 Fränzi Schmidt   Switzerland 108
15 Karin Gude  West Germany 122
16 Victoria Fisher  United States 148
17 Ann-Margreth Frei  Sweden 161
18 Sandra Brugnera  Italy 159
19 Helga Zöllner  Hungary 1968.7 166
20 Tatiana Nemtsova  Soviet Union 1952.2 174
21 Gabriele Seyfert  East Germany 178

Judges:

Pairs

Rank Name Nation Points Places
1 Maria Jelinek / Otto Jelinek  Canada 102.2 15
2 Ludmila Belousova / Oleg Protopopov  Soviet Union 102.1 16.5
3 Margret Göbl / Franz Ningel  West Germany 100.1 25.5
4 Debbi Wilkes / Guy Revell  Canada 93.3 45
5 Milada Kubíková / Jaroslav Votruba  Czechoslovakia 95.1 52.5
6 Gertrude Desjardins / Maurice Lafrance  Canada 92.3 59.5
7 Gerda Johner / Rüdi Johner   Switzerland 91.0 63.5
8 Dorothyann Nelson / Pieter Kollen  United States 90.2 70.5
9 Irene Müller / Hans-Georg Dallmer  East Germany 89.0 73.5
10 Judianne Fotheringill / Jerry Fotheringill  United States 87.4 81.5
11 Valerie Hunt / Peter Burrows  United Kingdom 73.5
12 Diana Hinko / Bernhard Henhappel  Austria 107.5
13 Mieko Otwa / Yutaka Doke  Japan 113
WD Marika Kilius / Hans Jurgen Baumler  West Germany DNF

Judges:

Ice dance

Rank Name Nation Points Places
1 Eva Romanová / Pavel Roman  Czechoslovakia 318.5 15
2 Christiane Guhel / Jean Paul Guhel  France 315.8 26
3 Virginia Thompson / William McLachlan  Canada 316.8 23
4 Linda Shearman / Michael Phillips  United Kingdom 310.2 42
5 Paulette Doan / Kenneth Ormsby  Canada 311.0 45
6 Donna Mitchell / John Mitchell  Canada 306.4 57
7 Dorothyann Nelson / Pieter Kollen  United States 306.6 55.5
8 Yvonne Littlefield / Peter Betts  United States 303.0 64.5
9 Mary Parry / Roy Mason  United Kingdom 297.2 77
10 Györgyi Korda / Pál Vásárhelyi  Hungary 281.3 99
11 Helga Burkhardt / Hannes Burkhardt  West Germany 108
12 Olga Gilardi / Germano Ceccattini  Italy 119
13 Marlise Fornachon / Charly Pichard   Switzerland 114
14 Armelie Flichy / Pierre Brum  France 116
15 Christel Trebesiner / Gerald Felsinger  Austria 131
16 Gabriele Rauch / Rudy Mathysik  West Germany 142
17 Eiko Kaneko / Mikio Takeuchi  Japan 143

Judges:

References

  1. ^ Beverley Smith, Figure Skating: A Celebration, ISBN 0-7710-2819-9
  2. ^ Henry Jelinek, Jr. and Ann Pinchot, On Thin Ice
  3. ^ "Champions of the World", Skating magazine, June 1963

Sources

  • Result List provided by the ISU
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