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European Short Track Speed Skating Championships

The European Short Track Speed Skating Championships are a European short track speed skating event and held once a year in a different country.

Medal winners

Men's

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1997 Malmö 23x15px Fabio Carta 23x15px Mirko Vuillermin 23x15px Bruno Loscos
1998 Budapest 23x15px Fabio Carta 23x15px Michele Antonioli
23x15px Dave Versteeg
1999 Oberstdorf 23x15px Fabio Carta 23x15px Nicola Franceschina 23x15px Michele Antonioli
2000 Bormio 23x15px Fabio Carta 23x15px Nicky Gooch 23x15px Nicola Franceschina
2001 The Hague 23x15px Bruno Loscos 23x15px Cees Juffermans 23x15px Nicky Gooch
2002 Grenoble 23x15px Fabio Carta 23x15px Nicola Rodigari 23x15px Bruno Loscos
2003 St. Petersburg 23x15px Fabio Carta 23x15px Michel Antonioli 23x15px Nicola Franceschina
2004 Zoetermeer 23x15px Nicola Rodigari 23x15px Fabio Carta 23x15px Nicola Franceschina
2005 Turin 23x15px Fabio Carta 23x15px Arian Nachbar 23x15px Nicola Franceschina
2006 Krynica-Zdrój 23x15px Nicola Rodigari 23x15px Fabio Carta 23x15px Pieter Gysel
2007 Sheffield 23x15px Nicola Rodigari 23x15px Pieter Gysel 23x15px Yuri Confortola
2008 Ventspils 23x15px Haralds Silovs 23x15px Niels Kerstholt 23x15px Nicola Rodigari
2009 Turin 23x15px Nicola Rodigari 23x15px Haralds Silovs 23x15px Viktor Knoch
2010 Dresden 23x15px Nicola Rodigari 23x15px Thibaut Fauconnet 23x15px Maxime Chataignier
20111 Heerenveen 23x15px Haralds Silovs 23x15px Sjinkie Knegt 23x15px Ruslan Zakharov
20122 Mlada Boleslav 23x15px Sjinkie Knegt 23x15px Niels Kerstholt 23x15px Semen Elistratov
2013 Malmö 23x15px Freek van der Wart 23x15px Sjinkie Knegt 23x15px Vladimir Grigorev
2014 Dresden 23x15px Viktor Ahn 23x15px Semen Elistratov 23x15px Niels Kerstholt
2015 Dordrecht 23x15px Sjinkie Knegt 23x15px Viktor Ahn 23x15px Semen Elistratov

1 Thibaut Fauconnet of France was originally ranked first overall but was disqualified for failing drug tests.[1]
2 Thibaut Fauconnet was originally ranked third overall but was disqualified for failing drug tests.[2]

Women's

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1997 Malmö 23x15px Marinella Canclini 23x15px Ellen Wiegers 23x15px Elena Tikhanina
1998 Budapest 23x15px Marinella Canclini 23x15px Anke Jannie Landman
23x15px Ellen Wiegers
1999 Oberstdorf 23x15px Marinella Canclini 23x15px Evgenia Radanova 23x15px Maureen de Lange
2000 Bormio 23x15px Evgenia Radanova 23x15px Katia Zini 23x15px Evelina Rodigari
2001 The Hague 23x15px Evgenia Radanova 23x15px Mara Zini 23x15px Stéphanie Bouvier
2002 Grenoble 23x15px Evgenia Radanova 23x15px Mara Zini 23x15px Joanna Williams
2003 St. Petersburg 23x15px Evgenia Radanova 23x15px Stéphanie Bouvier 23x15px Nina Evteeva
2004 Zoetermeer 23x15px Evgenia Radanova 23x15px Tatiana Borodulina 23x15px Marta Capurso
2005 Turin 23x15px Tatiana Borodulina 23x15px Evgenia Radanova 23x15px Marta Capurso
2006 Krynica-Zdrój 23x15px Evgenia Radanova 23x15px Arianna Fontana 23x15px Katia Zini
2007 Sheffield 23x15px Evgenia Radanova 23x15px Stéphanie Bouvier 23x15px Katia Zini
2008 Ventspils 23x15px Arianna Fontana 23x15px Evgenia Radanova 23x15px Nina Evteeva
2009 Turin 23x15px Arianna Fontana 23x15px Kateřina Novotná 23x15px Stéphanie Bouvier
2010 Dresden 23x15px Kateřina Novotná 23x15px Arianna Fontana 23x15px Elise Christie
2011 Heerenveen 23x15px Arianna Fontana 23x15px Bernadett Heidum 23x15px Martina Valcepina
2012 Mlada Boleslav 23x15px Arianna Fontana 23x15px Jorien ter Mors 23x15px Martina Valcepina
2013 Malmö 23x15px Arianna Fontana 23x15px Elise Christie 23x15px Jorien Ter Mors
2014 Dresden[3] 23x15px Jorien ter Mors 23x15px Elise Christie 23x15px Arianna Fontana
2015 Dordrecht 23x15px Elise Christie 23x15px Sofia Prosvirnova 23x15px Patrycja Maliszewska

See also

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