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Past results

2009 Budapest, Hungary - 11th World Championships

OpenLadiesVeteransJuniors
1. Roni Nuttunen
2. Yanis Galuzo
3. Ahti Lampi

130 players from
15 countries.

» Final placements.
» Full results.

Teams

1. Russia
2. Latvia
3. Czech Republic

15 teams.

» Final placements.
» Full results.
1. Maria Yalbacheva
2. Mariya Miloradova
3. Minerva Martiskainen

23 players from
10 countries.

» Final placements.
» Full results.

Teams

1. Russia
2. Finland
3. Latvia

6 teams.

» Final placements.
» Full results.
1. Pontus Eriksson
2. Dmitriy Petrov
3. Pavel Plesak

35 players from
13 countries.

» Final placements.
» Full results.

Teams

1. Sweden
2. Czech Republic
3. Russia

9+1 teams.

» Final placements.
» Full results.
1. Ahti Lampi
2. Dmitriy Sapozhnikov
3. Alexander Miloradov

29 players from
10 countries.

» Final placements.
» Full results.

Teams

Not played.

2007 Moscow, Russia - 10th World Championships

OpenLadiesVeteransJuniors
1. Roni Nuttunen
2. Alexey Zaharov
3. Hans Osterman

117 players from
19 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

1. Sweden
2. Finland
3. Russia

15 teams.

» Final placements.
1. Alexandra Belavina
2. Minerva Martiskainen
3. Mariya Miloradova

15 players from
6 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

1. Russia
2. Finland
3. Czech Republic

4 teams.

» Final placements.
1. Pavel Plesak
2. Lars-Erik Svensson
3. Alexandr Kosyrev

25 players from
13 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

Not played.
1. Roni Nuttunen
2. Edgars Caics
3. Atis Silis

22 players from
8 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

Not played.

2005 Riga, Latvia - 9th World Championships

OpenLadiesVeteransJuniors
1. Hans Osterman
2. Roni Nuttunen
3. Petter Bengtsson
3. Peter Ostlund

127 players from
22 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

1.Finland
2. Sweden
3. Czech Republic

16 teams.

» Final placements.
1. Piia Pulliainen
2. Alexandra Belavina
3. Mariya Miloradova

21 players from
8 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

Not played.
1. Thomas Petersson
2. Pavel Plesak
3. Alexandr Zaytsev

24 players from
12 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

Not played.
1. Roni Nuttunen
2. Ivan Zaharov
3. Marcus Andersson

26 players from
11 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

Not played.

2003 Zürich , Switzerland - 8th World Championships

OpenLadiesVeteransJuniors
1. Daniel Wallen
2. Jacob Lindahl
3. Hans Osterman

102 players from
17 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

1. Sweden
2. Norway
3. Finland

14 teams.

» Final placements.
1. Piia Pulliainen
2. Tarja Lindberg
3. Hannele Valtonen

22 players from
8 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

Not played.

Not played.
1. Alexey Zaharov
2. Ivan Zaharov
3. Leos Hvizd_ml.

24 players from
10 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

Not played.

2001 Plzen, Czech Republic - 7th World Championships

OpenLadiesVeteransJuniors
1. Hans Osterman
2. Thomas Petersson
3. Lars Fridell

100 players from
16 countries.

» Final placements.
» Full results.

Teams

1. Sweden
2. Czech Republic
3. Finland

13 teams.

» Final placements.
» Full results.
1. Piia Pulliainen
2. Kristyna Bascanova
3. Hannele Valtonen

12 players from
6 countries.

» Final placements.
» Full results.

Teams

Not played.

Not played.
1. Miikka Pulliainen
2. Michal Hvizd
3. Leos Hvizd_ml.

14 players from
7 countries.

» Final placements.
» Full results.

Teams

Not played.

1999 Wilhelmshafen, Germany - 6th World Championships

OpenLadiesVeteransJuniors
1. Stefan Edwall
2. Finn Fries
3. Bjorn Svedman
3. Thomas Petersson

71 players from
14 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

1. Sweden
2. Finland
3. Czech Republic

8 teams.

» Final placements.
1. Tarja Lindberg
2. Piia Pulliainen
3. Vendula Klimesova
3. Sissie Wikstrom

4 players from
3 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

Not played.

Not played.
1. Erno Lantiainen
2. Carl Bindekrans
3. Jan Suchy
3. Tomi Pettersson

8 players from
4 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

Not played.

1997 Helsinki, Finland - 5th World Championships

OpenLadiesVeteransJuniors
1. Hans Osterman
2. Jimmy Holm
2. Janne Kokko
3. Jacob Lindahl

61 players from
9 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

1. Sweden II
2. Finland
3. Czech Republic

14 teams.

» Final placements.
1. Sissie Wikstrom
2. Tarja Lindberg
3. Nathalie Biais
3. Chatrin Johansson

8 players from
5 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

Not played.

Not played.
1. Mikael Lindberg
2. Anssi Jarvinen
2. Jesper Ingevaldsson
3. Ales Horcicka

9 players from
5 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

Not played.

1995 Stockholm, Sweden - 4th World Championships

OpenLadiesVeteransJuniors
1. Jacob Lindahl
2. Daniel Wallen
3. Lars Henriksson
3. Hans Osterman

65 players from
9 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

1. Sweden
2. Finland
3. Norway
3. Czech Republic

15 teams.

» Final placements.
1. Chatrin Johansson
2. Vendula Klimesova
3. Sissie Wikstrom
3. Nathalie Biais

12 players from
6 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

Not played.
Not played. Not played.

1993 Paris, France - 3rd World Championships

OpenLadiesVeteransJuniors
1. Anders Ekestubbe
2. Fredrik Johansson
3. Jacob Lindahl
3. Patrik Danielsson

61 players from
9 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

1. Sweden
2. Czech Republic
3. Finland
3. France

15 teams.

» Final placements.
1. Sissie Wikstrom
2. Chatrin Johansson
3. Tereza Krausova
3. Maryse Baraou

9 players from
5 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

Not played.
Not played. Not played.

1992 Brno, Czech Republic - 2nd World Championships

OpenLadiesVeteransJuniors
1. Jacob Lindahl
2. Mikael Kratz
3. Stefan Edwall

32 players from
5 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

1. Sweden
2. France
3. Czech Republic

4 teams.

» Final placements.
1. Nathalie Biais
2. Lotta Hallen
3. Chatrin Johansson

6 players from
4 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

Not played.
Not played. Not played.

1989 Stockholm, Sweden - 1st World Championships

OpenLadiesVeteransJuniors
1. Mikael Kratz
2. Jonny Stener
3. Lars Henriksson

42 players from
6 countries.

» Final placements.

Teams

1. Sweden II
2. Åland (Finland)
3. Finland

12 teams.

» Final placements.
Not played. Not played. Not played.