World figure skating championship-women

World figure skating championship-women

World figure skating championship—women
year winner
1906 M. Syers (U.K.)
1907 M. Syers (U.K.)
1908 L. Kronberger (Hung.)
1909 L. Kronberger (Hung.)
1910 L. Kronberger (Hung.)
1911 L. Kronberger (Hung.)
1912 M. Horvath (Hung.)
1913 M. Horvath (Hung.)
1914 M. Horvath (Hung.)
1915–21 no competition
1922 J. Szabó-Planck (Austria)
1923 J. Szabó-Planck (Austria)
1924 J. Szabó-Planck (Austria)
1925 J. Szabó-Planck (Austria)
1926 J. Szabó-Planck (Austria)
1927 S. Henie (Nor.)
1928 S. Henie (Nor.)
1929 S. Henie (Nor.)
1930 S. Henie (Nor.)
1931 S. Henie (Nor.)
1932 S. Henie (Nor.)
1933 S. Henie (Nor.)
1934 S. Henie (Nor.)
1935 S. Henie (Nor.)
1936 S. Henie (Nor.)
1937 C. Colledge (U.K.)
1938 M. Taylor (U.K.)
1939 M. Taylor (U.K.)
1940–46 no competition
1947 B. Scott (Can.)
1948 B. Scott (Can.)
1949 A. Vrzánová (Czech.)
1950 A. Vrzánová (Czech.)
1951 J. Altwegg (U.K.)
1952 J. du Bief (France)
1953 T. Albright (U.S.)
1954 G. Busch (Ger.)
1955 T. Albright (U.S.)
1956 C. Heiss (U.S.)
1957 C. Heiss (U.S.)
1958 C. Heiss (U.S.)
1959 C. Heiss (U.S.)
1960 C. Heiss (U.S.)
1961 not held*
1962 S. Dijkstra (Neth.)
1963 S. Dijkstra (Neth.)
1964 S. Dijkstra (Neth.)
1965 P. Burka (Can.)
1966 P. Fleming (U.S.)
1967 P. Fleming (U.S.)
1968 P. Fleming (U.S.)
1969 G. Seyfert (E.Ger.)
1970 G. Seyfert (E.Ger.)
1971 B. Schuba (Austria)
1972 B. Schuba (Austria)
1973 K. Magnussen (Can.)
1974 C. Errath (E.Ger.)
1975 D. de Leeuw (Neth.)
1976 D. Hamill (U.S.)
1977 L. Fratianne (U.S.)
1978 A. Pötzsch (E.Ger.)
1979 L. Fratianne (U.S.)
1980 A. Pötzsch (E.Ger.)
1981 D. Biellmann (Switz.)
1982 E. Zayak (U.S.)
1983 R. Sumners (U.S.)
1984 K. Witt (E.Ger.)
1985 K. Witt (E.Ger.)
1986 D. Thomas (U.S.)
1987 K. Witt (E.Ger.)
1988 K. Witt (E.Ger.)
1989 Ito M. (Japan)
1990 J. Trenary (U.S.)
1991 K. Yamaguchi (U.S.)
1992 K. Yamaguchi (U.S.)
1993 O. Baiul (Ukr.)
1994 Y. Sato (Japan)
1995 Chen Lu (China)
1996 M. Kwan (U.S.)
1997 T. Lipinski (U.S.)
1998 M. Kwan (U.S.)
1999 M. Butyrskaya (Russia)
2000 M. Kwan (U.S.)
2001 M. Kwan (U.S.)
2002 I. Slutskaya (Russia)
2003 M. Kwan (U.S.)
2004 S. Arakawa (Japan)
2005 I. Slutskaya (Russia)
2006 K. Meissner (U.S.)
2007 M. Ando (Japan)
2008 M. Asada (Japan)
*The entire U.S. team died in an airplane crash, and the championships were canceled.
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Universalium. 2010.

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