Tibor von Földváry

Last updated
Tibor von Földváry
Personal information
Country representedFlag of Hungary (1848-1849, 1867-1869).svg  Hungary

Tibor von Földváry (5 July 1863 – 27 March 1912) was a Hungarian figure skater, born in Öttevény. He was the European Figure Skating Championships gold medalist in 1895. He was also a judge at the World Championships shortly after his competitive career.

Contents

Results

Event1892189318941895
European Championships 2nd4th3rd1st

Sources


Related Research Articles

Evgeni Plushenko Russian figure skater

Evgeni Viktorovich Plushenko is a Russian former figure skater. He is a four-time Olympic medalist, a three-time World champion, a seven-time European champion, a four-time Grand Prix Final champion, and a ten-time Russian national champion. Plushenko's four Olympic medals once tied with Sweden's Gillis Grafström's record for most Olympic medals in figure skating, which has since been surpassed by Scott Moir and Tessa Virtue. He also won a record total of 22 titles on the Grand Prix circuit. He is considered one of the greatest figure skaters in history.

Dick Button American figure skater

Richard Totten "Dick" Button is an American former figure skater and skating analyst. He is a two-time Olympic champion and five-time World champion (1948–1952). He is also the only non-European man to have become European champion. Button is credited as having been the first skater to successfully land the double Axel jump in competition in 1948, as well as the first triple jump of any kind – a triple loop – in 1952. He also invented the flying camel spin, which was originally known as the "Button camel."

Stefan Lindemann German figure skater

Stefan Lindemann is a German figure skater. He is the 2004 World bronze medalist, 2005 European bronze medalist, 2000 World Junior champion, and a seven-time German national champion.

Alexandre Fadeev Russian figure skater

Alexandre Vladimirovich "Sasha" Fadeev is a Russian former competitive figure skater who represented the Soviet Union. Fadeyev is the 1985 World champion and a four-time European champion.

European Figure Skating Championships recurring sporting event

The European Figure Skating Championships is an annual figure skating competition in which figure skaters compete for the title of European champion. Medals are awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, women's singles, pair skating, and ice dance. The event is sanctioned by the International Skating Union (ISU) and is the sport's oldest competition. The first European Championships was held in 1891 in Hamburg, Germany and featured one segment, compulsory figures, with seven competitors, all men from Germany and Austria. It has been, other than four periods, held continuously since 1891, and has been sanctioned by the ISU since 1893. Women were allowed to compete for the first time in 1930, which is also the first time pairs skating was added to the competition. Ice dance was added in 1954. Only eligible skaters from ISU member countries in Europe can compete, and skaters must have reached at least the age of 15 before July 1 preceding the competition. ISU member countries can submit 1-3 skaters to compete in the European Championships.

Alain Calmat French figure skater

Alain Calmat is a French former competitive figure skater, surgeon, and politician. He is the 1964 Olympic silver medalist, the 1965 World champion, the 1962–1964 European champion, and the 1958 & 1962–1965 French national champion.

Sergei Ponomarenko figure skater

Sergei Vladilenovich Ponomarenko is a Russian former competitive ice dancer who competed for the Soviet Union and the Unified team. With skating partner and wife Marina Klimova, he is the 1992 Olympic champion, 1988 Olympic silver medalist, 1984 Olympic bronze medalist, three-time World champion, and four-time European champion.

Figure skating at the Olympic Games

Figure skating was first contested in the Olympic Games at the 1908 Summer Olympics. Since 1924, the sport has been a part of the Winter Olympic Games.

Ede Király Hungarian figure skater

Ede Király was a Hungarian figure skater. As a competitor in men's singles, he was a three-time World medalist, the 1950 European champion, and a six-time Hungarian national champion. Competing in pairs with Andrea Kékesy, he became the 1948 Olympic silver medalist, the 1949 World champion, and a two-time European champion (1948–1949).

Tomáš Verner Czech figure skater

Tomáš Verner is a Czech figure skater. He is the 2008 European champion, a medalist at two other European Championships, and a ten-time Czech national champion. He has won six senior Grand Prix medals, including the 2010 Cup of Russia title.

Ondrej Nepela Arena arena in Bratislava, Slovakia

The Ondrej Nepela Arena is an arena in Bratislava, Slovakia. It is primarily used for ice hockey and it was the home arena of the KHL's HC Slovan Bratislava.

2007 European Figure Skating Championships figure skating competition

The 2007 European Figure Skating Championships was a senior international figure skating competition. Medals were awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing. The event was held at the Torwar Hall in Warsaw, Poland from January 22 through 28.

The International Skating Union organizes six annual Championships for figure skating. It is at the discretion of each member country which skaters, pairs or synchronized skating teams are sent to which championship.

The 1999 European Figure Skating Championships were an international figure skating competition in the 1998–99 season. Elite senior-level figure skaters from European ISU member nations competed for the title of European Champion. Skaters competed in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing. The corresponding competition for non-European skaters was the 1999 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships.

The 2009 European Figure Skating Championships was a senior international figure skating competition in the 2008–09 season. Medals were awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing. The event was held from January 20 to 25, 2009 at the Hartwall Areena in Helsinki, Finland.

The 2010 European Figure Skating Championships was a senior international figure skating competition in the 2009–10 season. Medals were awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing. The event was held at the Saku Suurhall Arena in Tallinn, Estonia from January 18 to 24, 2010.

1974 European Figure Skating Championships figure skating competition

The 1974 European Figure Skating Championships was a senior-level international competition held in Zagreb, Yugoslavia from January 29 to February 2. Elite senior-level figure skaters from European ISU member nations competed for the title of European Champion in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing.

1965 European Figure Skating Championships figure skating competition

The 1965 European Figure Skating Championships were held at the Palace of Sports of the Central Lenin Stadium in Moscow, Soviet Union from February 11 to 15, 1965. Elite senior-level figure skaters from European ISU member nations competed for the title of European Champion in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing.

2013 European Figure Skating Championships figure skating competition

The 2013 European Figure Skating Championships was a senior international figure skating competition in the 2012–13 season. The competition was held from 23 to 27 January 2013 at the Dom Sportova in Zagreb, Croatia. Medals were awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing.

2020 European Figure Skating Championships figure skating competition

The 2020 European Figure Skating Championships were held in Graz, Austria, from 20–26 January 2020. Medals were awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pairs, and ice dance. The competition will determine the entry quotas for each federation at the 2021 European Championships.