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The 2017 World Championships will be held in Liberec, Czech Republic!
World Championship 2015
In St. Petersburg, Maxim Borisov (Russia) became the new world champion. In the final, he beat the defending champion Atis Silis (Latvia) while Edgars Caics (Latvia) took the bronze medal.

Russia won the final in the open team competition by beating Sweden, while Latvia won the bronze medal.

In the women's individual competition, Viktoria Laricheva (Russia) won the gold medal. Caroline Eriksson (Sweden) took the silver and Maria Miloradova (Russia) won the bronze medal. Russia won the women's team competition, ahead of Ukraine and Latvia.

The junior individual competition was won by Mikhail Shashkov (Russia) with the silver medal going to Jan Pelkonen (Finland). After finishing 3rd, Kevin Eriksson (Finland) now has back-to-back bronze medals in this competition. The junior team competition was won by Russia, with Latvia finishing 2nd and Finland 3rd, so the podium was identical to that of 2013.

The world champion in the veterans' individual competition is now Stanislav Lutay (Russia) who beat defending champion Alexey Titov (Russia) in the final. The bronze medal was won by Jan Dryak (Czech Republic). The veteran team competition was won by the Czech Republic, ahead of Sweden and Russia.
World Championship 2013
After the 2013 World Championships in Stavanger, Norway, the new World Champion in the Open Individual Competition is Atis Silis (Latvia). In the final he won against Edgars Caics (Latvia) while Maxim Borisov (Russia) took the bronze medal. In this way Latvia got their first World Champion ever in the Open Individual Competition.

Russia won the final in the Open Team Competition by beating Latvia while Finland got the bronze medal.

In the Ladies Individual Competition Maria Miloradova (Russia) won the gold medal. Maria Yalbacheva (Russia) took the silver and Baiba Dace Ozolina (Latvia) the bronze medal. Russia won the Ladies Team Competition in front of Latvia and Czech Republic.

The Junior Individual Competition was won by Maxim Borisov (Russia) with the silver medal to German Fokin (Russia) while Kevin Eriksson (Finland) won the bronze medal. The Junior Team Competition was won by Russia, with Latvia finishing 2nd and Finland 3rd.

The World Champion in Veterans Individual Competition is now Alexey Titov (Russia) who managed to beat Lars Henriksson (Sweden) in an exciting final. The bronze medal was won by Joakim Lundin (Sweden). The Veterans Team Competition was won by Sweden in front of Russia and Norway.
World Championship 2011
logo WCh 2011 For the first time ever a player from Russia is the World Champion in the open competition. Oleg Dmitrichenko from Russia won the final with 4-2 in matches against the World Champion from 2007 and 2009 - Roni Nuttunen from Finland. Yanis Galuzo took the bronze medal. Open Team was won by Russia with silver to Finland and bronze to Latvia. Maria Yalbacheva (Russia) won ladies championship by beating Maria Saveljeva (Estonia) in the final. Bronze to Minerva Martiskainen (Finland). Finland won the ladies team competition with silver to Russia and bronze to Latvia. In the junior competition Max Borisov (Russia) won the final against Oleg Dmitrichenko with bronze to a third player from Russia - Pavel Gorotnitskij. Russia won junior team in front of Finland and Estonia. Dmitriy Petrov (Russia) is the new World Champion for veterans while Janne Kokko took the silver medal with bronze to Alexander Kosyrev (Russia). Veteran team was won by Russia in front of Sweden and Finland. Congratulations to all the winners and participants in Turku, Finland.

For more results please visit the official web page of the WCh 2011.
World Championship 2009
logo WCh 2009 Roni Nuttunen from Finland won his 2nd world championship in the open competition this time by beating Yanis Galuzo from Russia in the final. Ahti Lampi took the bronze medal. Russia wrote new tablehockey history when winning the title in the team competition. Russia also took the title in the womens team competition. Maria Yalbacheva from Russia won the women single competition. The junior title was won by Ahti Lampi from Finland by beating Dmitry Sapozhnikov from Russia in a very exiting final with 4-3 in matches. The veteran competition was won by Pontus Eriksson from Sweden. Sweden also took the trophy and the gold medals in the veterans team competition.

For more results please visit the official web page of the WCh 2009.
World Championship 2007
logo WCh 2007 World championship 2007 was held in Moscow 8th - 10th June 2007. Roni Nuttunen (FIN) won his first world title and became the first junior ever who won the main category at the World Championship! The young Russian player Alexey Zaharov (RUS) showed big improvement of the Russian table hockey by winning the first world medal from the main individual competition for Russia. Bronze medal was won by the former world champion Hans Österman (SWE).
The team Sweden got back golden medals in the team category after very close victory over the team Finland in finals. Roni Nuttunen (FIN) was the best junior, Alexia Belavina (RUS) won the ladies category. Pavel Plesak (CZE) won the veteran category and got for the Czech Republic first golden medal from the World Championship ever. The ladies team Russia won the ladies team competition.

Detail information can be found at the official web page of the WCh 2007.
World Championship 2005
World championship 2005 was held at Riga on 4th - 5th June. It was the biggest world championship held so far. Players from 23 countries participated at this table hockey festival.logo WCh 2005

Hans Österman (SWE) won the world title. Roni Nuttunen (FIN) showed his amazing talent and won silver medal at his fifteen years of age. Team Sweden lost for the first time ever and team Finland gained sensational gold medals. Runi Nuttunen (FIN) was the best junior, Piia Pulliainen (FIN) won the ladies category for the third time in a row.
Two new categories were played during the WCh. Thomas Petersson (SWE) gained veteran title and ladies team Russia won the ladies team competition.

Detail information can be found at the official web page of the WCh 2005.
2003 - Switzerland
World championship 2003 was held at Zürich on 7th - 8th June. logo WCh 2003

Daniel Wallén (SWE) defeated Jacob Lindahl (SWE) in the final. Team Sweden easily won the team title - beating team Norway at final this time. Zakharovs brothers mastered juniors competition - Alexey Zakharov (RUS) was the first, his younger brother Ivan the second. All three medals in the ladies category went to Finlad - Piia Pulliainen (FIN) won the title.

Detail information can be found at results web page of the WCh 2003.
2001 - Czech Republic
logo WCh 2001 World championship 2001 was held at Pilsen on 2nd - 3rd June.

Hans Österman (SWE) gained world title after beating Thomas Petersson (SWE) in the final. Team Sweden comfortably won the team competition losing only four matches during final play-off. Silver medal stayed at Czech Republic. Mikka Pulliainen (FIN) was the best junior at this championship. Piia Pulliainen (FIN) won the title at ladies category.

Detail information can be found at official web page of the WCh 2001.
1999 - Germany
World championship 1999 was held at Wilhelmshafen on 29th - 30th May.

Stefan Edwall (SWE) won the world title. Runner-up was Finn Fries (SWE). Team Sweden won the team competition. Silver medals went to Finlad. Tarja Lindberg (FIN) won the ladies championship. Erno Lantiainen (FIN) was the junior champion.
1997 - Finland
logo WCh 1997 World championship 1997 was held at Helsinki on 3rd - 4th May.

Hans Österman (SWE) won the title, Jimmy Holm (SWE) was the second. Team Sweden won the team tournament after beating team Finland in the final. Sissie Söderberg (SWE) won the ladies championship. Mikael Lindberg (FIN) was the first junior champion.
1995 - Sweden
logo WCh 1995 World championship 1995 was held at Stockholm on 29th - 30th April.

Jacob Lindahl (SWE) was the world champion, silver medal gained Daniel Wallén (SWE). Team Sweden won the team category, the second was team Finland. Chatrin Johansson (SWE) won the ladies championship.
1993 - France
logo WCh 1993 World championship 1993 was held at Paris on 27th - 28th November.

Anders Ekestubbe (SWE) won the title, runner-up was Fredrik Johansson (SWE). Team Sweden won the team competition after beating team Czech Republic in the final. Sissie Söderberg (SWE) won the ladies championship.
1992 - Czech Republic
World championship 1992 was held at Brno on 1st - 3rd May.

Jacob Lindahl (SWE) gained the gold medal, the second was Mikael Kratz (SWE). Team Sweden won the team tournament, silver medals went to France. Nathalie Biais (FRA) won the ladies championship.
1989 - Sweden
World championship 1989 was held at Stockholm on 22nd - 23rd April.

Mikael Kratz (SWE) gained the first title after beating Jonny Stener (SWE) in the final. Team Sweden won the team competition.