You're most welcome and I'm glad you've been enjoying reading! To answer your question, women's and pairs events weren't officially contested at the European Championships until 1930, although there were multiple disciplines at many of the Europeans prior to that. The winners in women's and pairs (and sometimes even junior classes) just weren't recognized as European Champions. Only in five of the ten Europeans held in the thirties (1932, 1933, 1935, 1936, 1937) were the men's, women's and pairs titles contested in the same city. Skating was such a big deal in Europe back then that it was just the norm for larger cities like Vienna and Prague and skating centers like Davos and St. Moritz to host international competitions frequently. The ISU/IEV just announced at which of these events the European titles would be contested in each discipline.Terrific stuff, per usual and just wanted to thank you again for your blog, it's like crack for a skating history buff like myself and it's a great service to the sport.
Btw, was it common to hold Euros in three separate locations at that time? I didn't think it was.