Sport: Figure Skating Inducted: 1996 Country: Hungary Born: 1907 in Budapest, Hungary Died: 1980
and skating partner Emilia Rotter won four World Figure Skating
Championships: 1931 in Berlin, 1933
in Stockholm, 1934 in Helsinki, and 1935 in Budapest. In
1932, they won the World Championships silver medal in Montreal.
The Hungarian pair also won Olympic bronze medals in 1932
and 1936. In European competitions, Szollas and Rotter won
championships in 1934 in Prague and silver medals in 1930
in Vienna and 1931 in St. Moritz.
Szollas was also a prominent European sports doctor.