2005 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival

The 2005 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival was held in Monthey, Switzerland, between 24 and 28 January 2005.[1]

2005 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival
2005 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival logo.png
Host cityMonthey
Country  Switzerland
Nations participating41
Athletes participating1,184
Sport(s)8
Events35
Opening ceremony24 January 2005
Closing ceremony28 January 2005
Summer
Winter

SportsEdit

2005 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival Sports Programme

ResultsEdit

Alpine skiingEdit

Competition   Gold   Silver   Bronze
Girls' Slalom   Laura Gruber   Camilla Borsotti   Anna Fenninger
Girls' Giant slalom   Eva-Maria Brem   Camilla Borsotti   Aude Aguilaniu
Girls' Super G   Camilla Borsotti   Eva-Maria Brem   Anna Fenninger
Boys' Slalom   Bernhard Graf   Matic Skube   Lukas Karlen
Boys' Giant slalom   Niko Hermanen   Hagen Patscheider   Matic Skube
Boys' Super G   John Reidar Steen   Yoan Jaquet   Mauro Caviezel

BiathlonEdit

Competition   Gold   Silver   Bronze
Girls' Sprint   Julie Bonnevie-Svendsen   Yelena Kozak   Olena Pidhrushna
Girls' Individual   Julie Bonnevie-Svendsen   Anaïs Bescond   Yelena Kozak
Boys' Sprint   Anton Shipulin   Dominik Landertinger   Matej Brvar
Boys' Individual   Anton Shipulin   Matej Brvar   Dominik Landertinger
Mixed relay   Norway
Silje Hilmarsen
Julie Bonnevie-Svendsen
Anders Hennum
Arild Askestad
  Austria
Iris Waldhuber
Elisabeth Mayer
Sven Grossegger
Dominik Landertinger
  Ukraine
Anna Olkhovyk
Olena Pidhrushna
Vitaliy Kozhushko
Vitaliy Mohylenko

Cross-country skiingEdit

Competition   Gold   Silver   Bronze
Girls' 5km Classical   Diana Sapronova   Eliška Hájková   Anne Kyllönen
Girls' 7,5km Freestyle   Denise Herrmann   Diana Sapronova   Claudia Straube
Girls' Sprint   Svetlana Ovchynnikova   Claudia Straube   Anne Kyllönen
Boys' 7,5km Classical   Lari Lehtonen   Martti Jylhä   Andrei Feller
Boys' 10km Freestyle   Ondřej Horyna   Lari Lehtonen   Leanid Karniienka
Boys' Sprint   Martti Jylhä   Alex Vanzetta   Rolf Figi
Mixed relay   Czech Republic
Jan Rykr
Eliška Hájková
Ondřej Horyna
Lenka Munclingerová
  Russia
Andrei Feller
Larisa Shaidurova
Illia Tretiakov
Diana Sapronova
  Slovakia
Otcenas Otčenáš
Katarína Garajová
František Janečko
Barbara Blasková

CurlingEdit

Competition   Gold   Silver   Bronze
Boys'   United Kingdom    Switzerland   Germany
Girls'    Switzerland   Denmark   United Kingdom

Figure skatingEdit

Competition   Gold   Silver   Bronze
Boys'   Adrian Schultheiss   Kim Lucine   Nikita Mikhailov
Girls'   Angelina Turenko   Nicole Della Monica   Kateryna Proida

Ice hockeyEdit

Competition   Gold   Silver   Bronze
Boys'   Czech Republic    Switzerland   Russia

Short track speed skatingEdit

Competition   Gold   Silver   Bronze
Girls' 500m   Patrycja Maliszewska   Bernadett Heidum   Julia Riedel
Girls' 1000m   Rózsa Darázs   Julia Riedel   Elena Pribysh
Girls' 1500m   Rózsa Darázs   Bernadett Heidum   Julia Riedel
Girls' Relay   Hungary
Rózsa Darázs
Zsofia Debreceni
Bernadett Heidum
  Italy
Brigitte Marcoz
Cecilia Rainolter
Chiara Ferrari
  Germany
Julia Riedel
Katja Prahl
Juliane Sandeck
Boys' 500m   Marco Bertoldi   Xavier Charpentier   Maxime Châtaignier
Boys' 1000m   Maxime Châtaignier   Robert Seifert   Gábor Galambos
Boys' 1500m   Gábor Galambos   Evgeni Koshulin   Maxime Châtaignier
Boys' Relay   France
Xavier Charpentier
Maxime Châtaignier
Jérémy Masson
  Germany
Hannes Kröger
Robert Seifert
Torsten Kröger
  Netherlands
Freek van der Wart
Jorrit Oosten
Mike Westerman

SnowboardingEdit

Competition   Gold   Silver   Bronze
Girls' Snowboardcross   Océane Pozzo   Sina Candrian   Pia Meusburger
Girls' Halfpipe   Sophie Rodriguez   Sina Candrian   Simona Meiler
Boys' Snowboardcross   Matthias Schöpf   Andreas Hacksteiner   Tony Ramoin
Boys' Halfpipe   Peetu Piiroinen   Stian Aannestad   Tore Holvik

Medal tableEdit

Rank Country       Total
1   Russia 5 4 4 13
2   France 4 3 4 11
3   Finland 4 2 2 8
4   Hungary 4 2 1 7
5   Norway 4 1 1 7
6   Austria 3 4 4 11
7   Czech Republic 3 1 0 4
8   Italy 2 6 0 8
9   Germany 2 4 5 11
10    Switzerland 1 5 4 11
11   United Kingdom 1 0 1 2
12   Poland 1 0 0 1
  Sweden 1 0 0 1
14   Slovenia 0 2 2 4
15   Denmark 0 1 0 1
16   Ukraine 0 0 3 3
17   Belarus 0 0 1 1
  Netherlands 0 0 1 1
  Israel 0 0 1 1
  Slovakia 0 0 1 1
Total 35 35 35 105

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