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European Youth Championships - 22 Jul 2014

Nine nations booked places for the WJC


The curtains came down on 57th STERILGARDA European Championships. In Junior Boys and Girls five teams each are qualified for the World Championships. At the end of the year at the World Championships will play France, Poland, Sweden, Denmark and Croatia

The curtains came down on 57th STERILGARDA European Championships. In Junior Boys and Girls five teams each are qualified for the World Championships.

At the end of the year at the World Championships will play France, Poland, Sweden, Denmark and Croatia in Boys Event, whilst France, Germany, Romania, Russia and Czech Republic booked their place in the Girls Event.

Teams ranked at positions no. 16 will not be able to play in the First Division next year. That position will take the best ranked team from lower division.

The final standings in  at the European Youth Championships are:

Junior Boys Team’s Event: 1. France, 2. Poland, 3. Sweden, 4. Denmark, 5. Croatia, 6. Germany, 7. Hungary, 8. Belarus, 9. Czech Republic, 10. Russia, 11. Portugal, 12. Slovenia, 13. Austria, 14. Slovakia, 15. Ukraine, 16. Serbia.

Junior Girls Teams Event: 1. France, 2. Germany, 3. Romania, 4. Russia, 5. Czech Republic, 6. Slovenia, 7. Croatia, 8. Estonia, 9. Spain, 10, Portugal, 11. Italy, 12. Israel, 13. Hungary, 14. Serbia, 15. Poland, 16. Netherlands.

Cadet Boys Teams Event: 1. France, 2. Romania, 3. Russia, 4. Germany, 5. Poland, 6. Italy, 7. Sweden, 8. Denmark, 9. Moldova, 10. Czech Republic, 11. Turkey, 12. Serbia, 13. Hungary, 14. Slovenia, 15. Belgium, 16. Belarus.

Cadet Girls Teams Event: 1. Romania, 2. Russia, 3. Germany, 4. Hungary, 5. France, 6. Belarus, 7. Ukraine, 8. Turkey, 9. Sweden, 10. Serbia, 11. Czech, 12. Belgium, 13. Slovakia, 14. Poland, 15. Norway, 16. Austria.

Complete rankings you can find here

 

Milica NIKOLIC, EWT

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