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Team Ice Racing World Championship

The Team Ice Racing World Championship is an international ice speedway competition, first held in Kaliningrad, USSR, in 1979. Since its establishment, the tournament has been noted by a continued Russian dominance: the Soviet Union, Commonwealth of Independent States and Russia have won all but three tournaments. The only non-Russian teams to have won were West Germany in 1983, and Sweden twice in 1985 and 1995. The most recent championship, held in the German municipality of Inzell, was won by Russia in its twelfth consecutive victory, with Austria and Germany placing second and third respectively.

List of championships

Year Venue Winner Runner Up Third
1979 23x15px Kaliningrad 23x15px Soviet Union 23x15px Czechoslovakia 23x15px West Germany
1980 23x15px Eindhoven 23x15px Soviet Union 23x15px Czechoslovakia 23x15px Sweden
1981 23x15px Inzell 23x15px Soviet Union 23x15px Czechoslovakia 23x15px Sweden
1982 23x15px Kaliningrad 23x15px Soviet Union 23x15px Czechoslovakia 23x15px Sweden
1983 23x15px Berlin 23x15px West Germany 23x15px Sweden 23x15px Soviet Union
1984 23x15px Deventer 23x15px Soviet Union 23x15px Sweden 23x15px Finland
1985 23x15px Inzell 23x15px Sweden 23x15px Soviet Union 23x15px West Germany
1986 23x15px Leningrad 23x15px Soviet Union 23x15px Sweden 23x15px West Germany
1987 23x15px Heerenveen 23x15px Soviet Union 23x15px Sweden 23x15px West Germany
1988 23x15px Grenoble 23x15px Soviet Union 23x15px Sweden 23x15px Finland
1989 23x15px Assen 23x15px Soviet Union 23x15px Sweden 23x15px Czechoslovakia
1990 23x15px Almaty 23x15px Soviet Union 23x15px Sweden 23x15px West Germany
1991 23x15px Inzell 23x15px Soviet Union 23x15px Czechoslovakia 23x15px Sweden
1992 23x15px Oulu 23x15px CIS (post-Soviet transition) 23x15px Sweden 23x15px Germany
1993 23x15px Assen 23x15px Russia 23x15px Sweden 23x15px Netherlands
1994 23x15px Karlstad 23x15px Russia 23x15px Sweden 23x15px Germany
1995 23x15px Frankfurt am Main 23x15px Sweden 23x15px Russia Template:Country data Kazakhstan
1996 23x15px Izhevsk 23x15px Russia 23x15px Sweden Template:Country data Kazakhstan
1997 23x15px Berlin 23x15px Russia 23x15px Sweden 23x15px Finland
1998 23x15px Göteborg 23x15px Russia 23x15px Sweden 23x15px Finland
1999 23x15px Berlin 23x15px Russia 23x15px Sweden 23x15px Austria
2000 23x15px Berlin 23x15px Russia 23x15px Finland 23x15px Sweden
2001 23x15px Berlin 23x15px Russia 23x15px Austria 23x15px Germany
2002 23x15px Krasnogorsk 23x15px Sweden 23x15px Russia 23x15px Europe
2003 23x15px Saransk 23x15px Russia 23x15px Sweden 23x15px Germany
2004 23x15px Inzell 23x15px Russia 23x15px Germany 23x15px Austria
2005 23x15px Krasnogorsk 23x15px Russia Team Europe 23x15px Germany
2006 23x15px Berlin 23x15px Russia 23x15px Sweden 23x15px Finland
2007 23x15px Saransk 23x15px Russia 23x15px Sweden 23x15px Germany
2008 23x15px Krasnogorsk 23x15px Russia 23x15px Austria 23x15px Finland
2009 23x15px Inzell[1] 23x15px Russia (55 pts) 23x15px Austria (46 pts) 23x15px Germany (37 pts)
2010 23x15px Krasnogorsk 23x15px Russia (50 pts) 23x15px Sweden (45 pts) 23x15px Austria (41 pts)
2011 23x15px Berlin 23x15px Russia (58 pts) 23x15px Austria (49 pts) 23x15px Czech Republic (37 pts)
2012 23x15px Tolyatti 23x15px Russia (59 pts) 23x15px Austria (44 pts) 23x15px Czech Republic (37 pts)
2013 23x15px Sanok 23x15px Russia (55 pts + 1st) 23x15px Austria (55 pts + 2nd) 23x15px Sweden (32 pts)

See also

References

  1. ^ "Rosjanie obronili tytuł". SportoweFakty.pl. 2009-02-01. Retrieved 2009-02-01. 

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