2018 in sports

Years in sports

2018 in sports

2018 in sports describes the year's events in world sport. The main events for this year were the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang and the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia and the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta and Palembang.

Calendar by monthEdit

Air sportsEdit

World CupsEdit

Aeromodelling
  • May 19 & 20: 2018 F3A Leiria World Cup in Portugal Leiria
Parachuting
  • January 12 – 14: 2018 Paraski World Cup Series #1 in Austria Bad Leonfelden
    • Men's Individual winner: Germany Reinhold Haibel
    • Women's Individual winner: Austria Magdalena Schwertl
    • Mixed Team winners: Austria HSV Red Bull SBG 1 (Manuel Sulzbacher, Magdalena Schwertl, Julia Schosser, Sebastian Graser)
    • Giant slalom winners: Germany Reinhold Haibel (m) / Austria Magdalena Schwertl (f)
  • February 2 – 4: 2018 Paraski World Cup Series #2 in Italy Ponte di Legno
    • Paraski Combi Men's winner: Italy Marco Valente
    • Paraski Combi Women's winner: Austria Magdalena Schwertl
    • Paraski Combi Junior winner: Austria Sebastian Graser
    • Paraski Combi Master winner: Italy Marco Valente
    • Mixed Team winners: Austria HSV Red Bull SBG 1 (Manuel Sulzbacher, Sebastian Graser, Magdalena Schwertl, Anton Gruber)
    • Ski winners: Austria Sebastian Graser (m) / Austria Magdalena Schwertl (f)
  • February 16 – 18: 2018 Paraski World Cup Series #3 in Slovakia Martin
    • This event is cancelled.
  • March 2 – 4: 2018 Paraski World Cup Series #4 (final) in Czech Republic Vrchlabí
    • Paraski Combi Men's winner: Austria Sebastian Graser
    • Paraski Combi Women's winner: Austria Magdalena Schwertl
    • Paraski Combi Junior winner: Austria Sebastian Graser
    • Paraski Combi Master winner: Italy Marco Valente
    • Mixed Team winners: Austria HSV Red Bull SBG 1 (Manuel Sulzbacher, Sebastian Graser, Magdalena Schwertl, Anton Gruber)
    • Ski winners: Austria Sebastian Graser (m) / Austria Magdalena Schwertl (f)
  • October 25 – 28: 3rd FAI World Cup of Indoor Skydiving in Bahrain Zallaq

World and Continental ChampionshipsEdit

Aeromodelling
  • March 19 – 22: 2018 FAI F1D World Championships for Free Flight Indoor Model Aircraft in United States West Baden
    • Seniors winner: United States Brett Sanborn
    • Juniors winner: Ukraine Vladyslav Klymenko
    • Seniors Team winners:  United States (Brett Sanborn, Jake Palmer, John Kagan)
    • Juniors Team winners:  France (Eliott Crosnier, Timy Reveillon, Baptiste Rompion)
  • May 5 – 13: 2018 FAI F3A Asian-Oceanic Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft in Philippines Bacolod City
  • July 5 – 14: 2018 FAI F4 World Championships for Scale Model Aircraft in Switzerland Meiringen
  • July 13 – 21: 2018 FAI F2 World Championships for Control Line Model Aircraft in France Landres
  • July 15 – 21: 2018 FAI F3K European Championship for Model Gliders in Slovakia Martin
  • July 21 – 28: 2018 FAI F3A European Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft in Belgium Grandrieu
  • July 22 – 28: 2018 FAI F3J World Championship for Model Gliders in Romania Brașov
  • July 22 – 27: 2018 FAI F5 World Championships for Electric Model Aircraft in Japan Takikawa
  • July 23 – 30: 2018 FAI F1 European Championships for Free Flight Model Aircraft in Hungary Szentes
  • August 5 – 11: 2018 FAI F1 Junior World Championships for Free Flight Model Aircraft in Bulgaria Pazardzik
  • August 19 – 25: 2018 FAI F5 European Championships for Electric Model Aircraft in Bulgaria Dupnitsa
  • August 25 – September 2: 2018 FAI S World Championships for Space Models in Poland Nowy Targ
  • August 26 – 31: 2018 FAI F1E European Championships for Free Flight Model Aircraft in Slovakia Martin
  • October 7 – 13: 2018 FAI F3 World Championship for Model Gliders in Germany Cape Arkona
  • November 7 – 11: 2018 FAI World Drone Racing Championships in China Shenzhen
Ballooning
General aviation

2018 Red Bull Air Race World ChampionshipEdit

World and Continental ChampionshipsEdit

Gliding
  • July 8 – 21: 35th FAI World Gliding Championships in Poland Ostrów Wielkopolski
  • July 28 – August 11: 35th FAI World Gliding Championships in Czech Republic Příbram
Hang gliding
  • July 8 – 21: 8th FAI World Hang Gliding Class 5 Championship in North Macedonia Kruševo
  • July 8 – 21: 20th FAI European Hang Gliding Class 1 Championship in North Macedonia Kruševo
Microlights & Paramotors
  • April 30 – May 6: 10th FAI World Paramotor Championships in Thailand Lopburi
    • PF1 winner: France Alexandre Mateos
    • PL1 winner: Poland Wojciech Bógdał
    • PL2 winners:  France (Jean Mateos, Célia Domingues)
    • PF1 Team winners:  France
    • PL1 Team winners:  Poland
    • PL2 Team winners:  Poland
  • October 30 – November 6: 3rd FAI World Paramotor Slalom Championships in Egypt Byoum Lakeside
Parachuting
Artistic Events Indoor Freestyle
Dynamic 2-Way and 4-Way
Formation Skydiving 4-Way
Vertical Formation Skydiving
  • July 3 – 7: 7th FAI World Canopy Piloting Championships in Poland Wrocław
  • August 10 – 21: 42nd CISM World Military Parachuting Championship in Hungary Szolnok
  • August 25 – 30: 35th FAI World Freefall Style and Accuracy Landing Championships in Bulgaria Montana
  • August 25 – 30: 9th FAI Junior World Freefall Style and Accuracy Landing Championships in Bulgaria Montana
  • August 26 – 31: 2nd FAI World Wingsuit Flying Championships in Czech Republic Prostějov
    • Performance Wingsuit Flying winners: 4. Norway Espen Fadnes, 2. United States Chris Geiler, 3. Russia Dmitry Podoryashy
    • Wingsuit Acrobatic Flying winners: 1.  Russia 1, 2.  United States, 3.  Russia 2
  • October 6 – 13: 18th FAI World Canopy Formation Championships in Australia Gold Coast
  • October 6 – 13: 23rd FAI World Formation Skydiving Championships in Australia Gold Coast
  • October 6 – 13: 2nd FAI World Speed Skydiving Championships in Australia Gold Coast
  • October 6 – 13: 12th FAI World Artistic Events championships in Australia Gold Coast
Paragliding
  • March 30 – April 7: 3rd FAI Pan-American Paragliding Championship in Brazil Baixo Guandu
    • Men's Individual winners: 1st: Brazil Jeison Zeferino Brito, 2nd: Brazil Leandro Henrique Padua, 3rd: Argentina Michel Guillemot
    • Team winners: 1st:  Colombia, 2nd:  Brazil, 3rd:  Venezuela
    • Women's winners: 1st: Brazil Priscila Fevereiro, 2nd: Colombia Andrea Jaramillo Jaramillo, 3rd: Argentina Shauin Kao
  • April 6 – 12: 1st FAI Asian-Oceanic Paragliding Accuracy Championships in Thailand Lopburi
    • Individual R11 winners: 1st: China Jianwei Wang, 2nd: Thailand Tanapat Luangiam, 3rd: China Hongji Wang
    • Team R11 winners: 1st:  Thailand, 2nd:  China, 3rd:  Chinese Taipei
    • Women's winners: 1st: Thailand Chantika Chaisanuk, 2nd: China Jingwen Long, 3rd: Thailand Nunnapat Phuchong
  • July 14 – 28: 15th FAI European Paragliding Championship in Portugal Montalegre
    • Overall winner: United Kingdom Theo Warden
    • Women's winner: France Seiko Fukuoka Naville
    • Teams winners:  Spain (Xevi Bonet Dalmau, Sergi Claret Estupinya, Felix Rodriguez Fernández, Francisco Javier Reina)
  • September 16 – 22: 6th FAI European Paragliding Accuracy Championship in Slovenia Kobarid
Power and Glider aerobatics
  • August 3 – 12: 21st FAI World Glider Aerobatic Championships in Czech Republic Zbraslavice
    • Individual Unlimited winner: Hungary Ferenc Tóth
    • Team Unlimited winners:  Germany (Moritz Kirchberg, Eugen Schaal, Eberhard Holl)
  • August 3 – 12: 9th FAI World Advanced Glider Aerobatic Championships in Czech Republic Zbraslavice
    • Individual Advanced winner: Switzerland Jonas Langenegger
    • Team Advanced winners:  Czech Republic (Tomáš Bartoň, Josef Rejent, Aleš Ferra)
  • August 16 – 26: 13th FAI World Advanced Aerobatic Championships in Romania Strejnicu
    • Free Known winner: Russia Dmitry Samokhvalov
    • Free Unknown ~1 winner: Russia Roman Ovchinnikov
    • Free Unknown ~2 winner: United States Aaron McCartan
    • Free Unknown ~3 winner: Russia Roman Ovchinnikov
    • Team winners:  France
    • Individual winners: Russia Roman Ovchinnikov
  • September 8 – 15: 21st FAI European Aerobatic Championships in Czech Republic Jindřichův Hradec
Rotorcraft
  • July 24 – 29: 16th FAI World Helicopter Championship in Belarus Minsk
    • Navigation winners:  Poland (Marcin Szamborski & Michał Szamborski)
    • Parallel Precision Flying winners:  Russia (Andrey Orekhov & Vadim Sazonov)
    • Parallel Fender Rigging winners:  Belarus (Uladzimir Buhayeu & Andrei Rogonov)
    • Parallel Slalom winners:  Russia (Maxim Sotnikov & Aleh Puajukas)
    • Team Overall winners:  Russia

Alpine skiingEdit

Amateur boxingEdit

American footballEdit

AquaticsEdit

ArcheryEdit

2017–18 Indoor Archery World Cup & World ChampionshipsEdit

  • November 10 – 12, 2017: IA World Cup #1 in Morocco Marrakesh[1]
    • Recurve winners: Italy Matteo Fissore (m) / Mexico Aída Román (f)
    • Compound winners: United States Braden Gellenthien (m) / United Kingdom Sarah Prieels (f)
    • Junior Recurve winners: Netherlands Jonah Wilthagen (m) / Denmark Lena Agerholm (f)
    • Women's Junior Compound winner: Belgium Dalila-Warda Amani
  • December 2 & 3, 2017: IA World Cup #2 in Thailand Bangkok[2]
    • Recurve winners: South Korea Kim Bong-man (m) / South Korea SIM Ye-ji (f)
    • Compound winners: Netherlands Mike Schloesser (m) / United States Paige Pearce-Gore (f)
  • January 19 – 21: IA World Cup #3 in France Nîmes[3]
    • Recurve winners: Netherlands Steve Wijler (m) / South Korea KIM Su-rin (f)
    • Compound winners: United States Kristofer Schaff (m) / Russia Natalie Avdeeva (f)
  • February 9 & 10: IA World Cup #4 (final) in United States Las Vegas[4]
  • February 14 – 19: 2018 World Indoor Archery Championships in United States Yankton, South Dakota[5]

2018 Outdoor Archery World Cup, Continental, & World ChampionshipsEdit

Association footballEdit

Athletics (track and field)Edit

BadmintonEdit

BandyEdit

BaseballEdit

Major League BaseballEdit

2018 Little League Baseball World SeriesEdit

Baseball world eventsEdit

BasketballEdit

FIBA World eventsEdit

National Basketball AssociationEdit

Women's National Basketball AssociationEdit

National Collegiate Athletic AssociationEdit

2018 FIBA 3x3 World TourEdit

  • July 21 & 22: Saskatoon Masters in  Canada[29]
    • Serbia Novi Sad defeated fellow Serbian team, Liman, 20–18, in the final.
  • July 28 & 29: Utsunomiya Masters in  Japan[30]
    • Serbia Liman defeated Netherlands Amsterdam, 18–11, in the final.
  • August 4 & 5: Prague Masters in the  Czech Republic[31]
    • Serbia Novi Sad defeated Russia Gagarin, 21–12, in the final.
  • August 24 & 25: Lausanne Masters in   Switzerland[32]
    • Serbia Novi Sad defeated fellow Serbian team, Liman, 21–20, in the final.
  • August 30 & 31: Debrecen Masters in  Hungary[33]
    • Serbia Novi Sad defeated Latvia Riga, 21–10, in the final.
  • September 8 & 9: Mexico City Masters in  Mexico[34]
    • Slovenia Ljubljana defeated Puerto Rico Ponce, 21–17, in the final.
  • September 22 & 23: Hyderabad Masters in  India[35]
    • Serbia Novi Sad defeated fellow Serbian team, Liman, 21–16, in the final.
  • September 29 & 30: Chengdu Masters in  China[36]
    • Serbia Liman defeated Latvia Riga, 21–12, in the final.
  • October 13 & 14: Penang Masters in  Malaysia[37]
    • Serbia Liman defeated Slovenia Piran, 21–15, in the final.
  • October 27 & 28: Beijing Masters (final) in  China[38]
    • Serbia Novi Sad defeated Latvia Riga, 20–18, in the final.

FIBA AmericasEdit

FIBA EuropeEdit

2018 European ChampionshipsEdit

2017–18 European LeaguesEdit

FIBA AsiaEdit

National teams
Clubs teams

FIBA AfricaEdit

FIBA OceaniaEdit

Beach soccerEdit

Beach tennisEdit

Beach volleyballEdit

BiathlonEdit

Bobsleigh & SkeletonEdit

BowlingEdit

BowlsEdit

World TourEdit

World CupEdit

  • March 6 – 14: 2018 World Cup in  Australia

World and International ChampionshipsEdit

BridgeEdit

EuropeEdit

Asia-PacificEdit

Other in BridgeEdit

  • May 10 – 23: 68th South American Bridge Festival in Brazil Comandatuba
  • August 9 – 18: 17th World Youth Bridge Team Championships in China Wujiang
  • September 22 – October 6: 11th World Bridge Series in United States Orlando
  • October 25 – 28: 9th World University Bridge Championship in China Suzhou

CanoeingEdit

CheerleadingEdit

OpenEdit

World and Continental ChampionshipsEdit

  • April 25 – 27: 2018 Junior World Cheerleading Championships and World Cheerleading Championships in United States Orlando
  • June 30 & July 1: ECU European Cheerleading Championships in Finland Helsinki
  • October 5 & 6: 1st World University Cheerleading Championships in Poland Łódź

ChessEdit

World EventsEdit

European EventsEdit

American EventsEdit

  • March 29 – April 3: Carifta Junior Chess Championships 2018 in Suriname Paramaribo
    • U8 winners: Trinidad and Tobago Taydan Balliram (m) / Aruba Sylvi Cabral (f)
    • U10 winners: Ky-Mani Wijnhard (m) / Barbados Hannah Wilson (f)
    • U12 winners: Jamaica Darren Mckennis (m) / Trinidad and Tobago Zara La Fleur (f)
    • U14 winners: Aruba Ethan Samuel Croeze (m) / Barbados Vanessa Greenidge (f)
    • U16 winners: Trinidad and Tobago Alan-Safar Ramoutar (m) / Jamaica Adani Clarke (f)
    • U18 winners: Suriname Pierre Chang (m) / Jamaica Sheanael Gardner (f)
    • U20 winners: Suriname Pierre Chang (m) / Jamaica Sheanael Gardner (f)

American ZonalsEdit

  • March 24 – 30: American Zone 2.3.3 in Costa Rica San José
    • Winners: El Salvador Jorge Ernesto Giron (m) / Costa Rica Thais Castillo Morales (f)

Arab EventsEdit

  • January 26 – February 2: Arab Individual Championship 2017 (Open & Women) in United Arab Emirates Sharjah
  • January 26 – February 2: Arab Youth U8-18 Chess Championship 2017 in United Arab Emirates Sharjah
  • January 26 – February 2: Arab Junior & Girls U20 Chess Championship 2017 in United Arab Emirates Sharjah
    • Winner: United Arab Emirates Ibrahim Sultan
  • February 3: Arab Rapid Championship 2017 (Open & Women) in United Arab Emirates Sharjah
  • February 4: Arab Blitz Championship 2017 (Open & Women) in United Arab Emirates Sharjah
  • February 5 – 12: Arab Chess Club 2017 (Open & Women) in United Arab Emirates Sharjah
    • Winners: United Arab Emirates ASSN

CricketEdit

Tri-Nation SeriesEdit

International Cricket CompetitionsEdit

Cross-country skiingEdit

Cue sportsEdit

CurlingEdit

Cycle ballEdit

Cycling – BMXEdit

Cycling – Cyclo-crossEdit

Cycling – Mountain BikeEdit

Cycling – Para-cyclingEdit

Cycling – RoadEdit

Cycling – TrackEdit

Cycling – TrialsEdit

DancesportEdit

Grand Slam
  • March 3 & 4: WDSF Grand Slam #1 in Finland Helsinki
    • Adult Standard winners: Russia Dmitry Zharkov & Olga Kulikova
    • Adult Latin winners: Russia Armen Tsaturyan & Svetlana Gudyno
World Open
  • January 13 & 14: WDSF World Open #1 in Spain Benidorm
  • January 27: WDSF World Open #2 in Germany Pforzheim
    • Adult Latin winners: Germany Marius-Andrei Balan & Kristina Moshenska
  • February 10 & 11: WDSF World Open #3 in Belgium Berchem
    • Adult Standard winners: Russia Evgeny Nikitin & Anastasia Miliutina
    • Adult Latin winners: Russia Andrey Gusev & Vera Bondareva
  • February 16 & 17: WDSF World Open #4 in Denmark Copenhagen
    • Adult Standard winners: Republic of Ireland Alessandro Bosco & Laura Nolan
    • Adult Latin winners: Russia Armen Tsaturyan & Svetlana Gudyno
  • February 24: WDSF World Open #5 in Portugal Lisbon
    • Adult Latin winners: Russia Armen Tsaturyan & Svetlana Gudyno
  • February 25: WDSF World Open #6 in Russia Moscow
    • Adult Standard winners: Russia Evgeny Nikitin & Anastasia Miliutina
  • February 25: WDSF World Open #7 in Japan Tokyo
  • March 10 & 11: WDSF World Open #8 in Czech Republic Brno
    • Adult Standard winners: Austria Vasily Kirin & Ekaterina Prozorova
    • Adult Latin winners: Poland Edgar Marcos Borjas & Alina Nowak
  • March 24 & 25: WDSF World Open #9 in Italy Pieve di Cento
    • Adult Standard winners: Russia Dmitry Zharkov & Olga Kulikova
    • Adult Latin winners: Russia Armen Tsaturyan & Svetlana Gudyno
  • March 25: WDSF PD World Open #10 in Italy Pieve di Cento
    • Adult Standard winners: Germany Benedetto Ferruggia & Claudia Koehler
  • March 30: WDSF World Open #11 in Germany Berlin
    • Adult Standard winners: Russia Evgeny Moshenin & Dana Spitsyna
  • March 31 & April 1: WDSF World Open #12 in Romania Bucharest
    • Adult Standard winners: Russia Alexey Glukhov & Anastasia Glazunova
    • Adult Latin winners: Germany Marius-Andrei Balan & Khrystyna Moshenska
  • March 31 & April 1: WDSF World Open #13 in Spain Cambrils
    • Adult Standard winners: Germany Anton Skuratov & Alena Uehlin
    • Adult Latin winners: Germany Timur Imametdinov & Nina Bezzubova
  • April 7 & 8: World Open #14 in Russia Moscow
    • Adult Standard winners: Russia Dmitry Zharkov & Olga Kulikova
    • Adult Latin winners: Russia Armen Tsaturyan & Svetlana Gudyno
  • April 14 & 15: World Open #15 in Greece Paphos
    • Adult Standard winners: Cyprus Daniil Ulanov & Kateryna Isakovych
    • Adult Latin winners: Bosnia and Herzegovina Giacomo Lazzarini & Roberta Benedetti
  • April 21 & 22: World Open #16 in Ukraine Uzhgorod
    • Adult Standard winners: Germany Dumitru Doga & Sarah Ertmer
    • Adult Latin winners: Czech Republic Marek Bures & Anastasiia Iermolenko
  • April 24 & 25: World Open #17 in San Marino San Marino
    • Adult Standard winners: Russia Evgeny Moshenin & Dana Spitsyna
    • Adult Latin winners: Russia Armen Tsaturyan & Svetlana Gudyno
  • April 28: World Open #18 in Moldova Chișinău
    • Adult Latin winners: Moldova Bogdan Boie & Natalia Luchiv
Grand Prix
  • February 25: WDSF PD Super Grand Prix #1 in Japan Tokyo
    • Adult Standard winners: Germany Benedetto Ferruggia & Claudia Köhler
  • March 24: WDSF PD Super Grand Prix #2 in Italy Pieve di Cento
    • Adult Latin winners: Moldova Gabriele Goffredo & Anna Matus
International Competitions
  • February 17: WDSF European Championship (Standard) in Denmark Copenhagen
  • February 25: WDSF European Championship (Adult Formation Standard & Youth Latin) in Russia Sochi
    • Youth Latin 1st place: Russia Egor Kulikov & Maria Goroshko
    • Youth Latin 2nd place: Moldova Vladislav Untu & Polina Baryshnikova
    • Youth Latin 3rd place: Russia Danila Mazur & Anastasia Polonskaya
    • Adult Formation Standard 1st place: Russia Vera Tyumen Standard Team
    • Adult Formation Standard 2nd place: Germany 1 TC Ludwigsburg
    • Adult Formation Standard 3rd place: Hungary Szilver TSE
  • March 10: WDSF European Championship (10 Dance) in Czech Republic Brno
    • 1st place: Estonia Konstantin Gorodilov & Dominika Bergmannova
    • 2nd place: Czech Republic David Odstrčil & Tara Bohak
    • 3rd place: Russia Mikhail Koptev & Alexandra Atamantseva
  • April 7: WDSF PD World Cup (Adult Standard) in Russia Chelyabinsk
  • April 7: WDSF World Championship (Under 21 Ten Dance) in Russia Moscow
    • 1st place: Russia Semen Khrzhanovskiy & Elizaveta Lykhina
    • 2nd place: Russia Oleg Chzhen & Alina Ageeva
    • 3rd place: Russia Gleb Bannikov & Maria Smirnova
  • April 8: WDSF PD World Championship (Adult Show Dance Latin) in Russia Chelyabinsk
    • 1st place: Russia Alexandr Shmonin & Maria Shmonina
    • 2nd place: Italy Daniele Sargenti & Uliana Fomenko
    • 3rd place: Russia Denis Kikhtenko & Galina Akopian
  • April 8: WDSF European Cup (Adult Latin) in Russia Moscow
    • 1st place: Romania Ionuț Alexandru Miculescu & Andra Păcurar
    • 2nd place: Italy Vincenzo Mariniello & Sara Casini
    • 3rd place: Russia Artem Efanin & Anna Dergunova
  • April 28: WDSF World Championship (Junior II Ten Dance) in Moldova Chișinău
    • 1st place: Russia Yaroslav Kiselev & Sofia Philipchuk
    • 2nd place: Moldova Anton Porcesco-Gozun & Paola Popinin
    • 3rd place: Romania Răzvan-George Bătrânu & Ana-Maria Dica
  • April 29: WDSF European Championship (Youth Ten Dance) in Moldova Chișinău
    • 1st place: Moldova Vladislav Untu & Polina Baryshnikova
    • 2nd place: Russia German Pugachev & Ariadna Tishova
    • 3rd place: Lithuania Gedvinas Meškauskas & Ugnė Bliujūtė

DartsEdit

Professional Darts CorporationEdit

World Series of DartsEdit

British Darts OrganisationEdit

World Darts FederationEdit

Disc golfEdit

Major world eventsEdit

  • January 7 – 13: WFDF 2018 World U24 Ultimate Championships in Australia Perth
Championship
Spirit

2018 USA National Tour EventsEdit

2018 Disc Golf Pro TourEdit

European Pro TourEdit

  • April 20 – 22: RE/MAX Open – EPT#1 in Finland Vierumäki
    • Winners: Finland Mikael Räsänen (m) / Finland Henna Blomroos (f)
  • June 22 – 24: Sula Open 2018 – EPT#2 in Norway Sula
    • Winners: United States Gregg Barsby (m) / Finland Eveliina Salonen (f)
  • July 6 – 8: Skellefteå Open – EPT#3 in Sweden Skellefteå
  • July 20 – 22: The Open – EPT#4 in Sweden Ale (final)

2018 European TourEdit

  • March 31 & April 1: Dutch Open – ET#1 in Netherlands Rijswijk
    • Winners: Germany Dominik Stampfer (m) / Estonia Kaidi Allsalu (f)
  • April 14 & 15: Bluebell Woods Open – ET#2 in United Kingdom Dunbar
    • Winners: Sweden Max Regitnig (m) / Estonia Maris Perendi (f)
  • May 19 & 20: Kokkedal Open – ET#3 in Denmark Kokkedal & Hillerød
    • Winners: Denmark Karl Johan Nybo (m) / Estonia Maris Perendi (f)
  • June 9 & 10: Creeksea Classic – ET#4 in United Kingdom Burnham-on-Crouch
    • Winners: Switzerland Tony Ferro (m) / United Kingdom Lauren Kirsch (f)
  • June 15 – 17: Alutaguse Open – ET#5 in Estonia Ida-Viru
    • Winners: United States Paul Ulibarri (m) / Finland Jenna Suhonen (f)
  • August 11 & 12: Sibbe Open – ET#6 in Finland Sibbe
    • Winners: Finland Olli Pylsy (m) / Finland Terhi Kytö (f)
  • September 7 – 9: Nokia Open in Finland Nokia (final)
    • Winners: Finland Mikael Räsänen (m) / Finland Eveliina Salonen (f)

EquestrianismEdit

FencingEdit

Field hockeyEdit

World Cup and ChampionshipsEdit

Other international and continental competitions

EHFEdit

Club teams
  • October 6, 2017 – May 27: 2017–18 Euro Hockey League
  • February 16 – 18: 2018 Men's EuroHockey Indoor Club Challenge II in Georgia (country) Tbilisi
  • February 16 – 18: 2018 Men's EuroHockey Indoor Club Trophy in Belarus Minsk
    • Final Standings: 1st: Belarus HC Minsk, 2nd: Sweden Partille Sport Club, 3rd: Poland KS Pomorzanin Toruń, 4th: Denmark Slagelse HC
  • February 16 – 18: 2018 Men's EuroHockey Indoor Club Challenge I in Czech Republic Prague
  • February 16 – 18: 2018 Men's EuroHockey Indoor Club Cup in Switzerland Wettingen
    • In the final, Germany Rot-Weiss Köln defeated Belgium R. Racing Club Bruxelles, 5–2.
    • Russia Dinamo Elektrostal took third place.
  • February 23 – 25: 2018 Women's EuroHockey Indoor Club Challenge I in Slovenia Murska Sobota
    • Final Standings: 1st: Turkey Bolu Belediyesi SK, 2nd: Italy CUS Pisa, 3rd: Sweden Partille Sport Club, 4th: Bulgaria FHC Akademik Plus
  • February 23 – 25: 2018 Women's EuroHockey Indoor Club Trophy in Czech Republic Prague
    • Final Standings: 1st: Belgium Royal White Star HC, 2nd: Russia Dinamo Elektrostal, 3rd: Czech Republic SK Slavia Prague, 4th: Lithuania Gintra Strekte Uni HC
  • February 23 – 25: 2018 Women's EuroHockey Indoor Club Cup in Scotland Dundee
  • May 17 – 20: 2018 Men's EuroHockey Club Challenge IV in Finland Helsinki
    • In the final, Slovenia HK Moravske Toplice defeated Finland ABC-Team, 2–1.
    • Hungary Soroksári – Olcote HC took third place.
  • May 17 – 20: 2018 Men's EuroHockey Club Challenge II in Slovenia Lipovci
    • In the 1st promotion playoff Wales Whitchurch HC defeated Gibraltar Grammarians HC, 3–1 in a shoot-out after the match ended in a 4–4 draw.
    • In the 2nd promotion playoff Croatia Hokejski Klub Zelina defeated Slovenia HK Lipovci, 8–4.
    • Hokejski Klub Zelina and Whitchurch HC were joint winners whilst Grammarians HC and HK Lipovci were joint 3rd.[63]
  • May 17 – 20: 2018 EuroHockey Club Champions Cup in England London
  • May 18 – 21: 2018 Men's EuroHockey Club Challenge I in Switzerland Geneva
  • May 18 – 21: 2018 Women's EuroHockey Club Challenge II in Belgium Ghent
    • In the final, Belgium Gantoise HC defeated Lithuania Žuvėdra-Tauras, 16–0.
    • Switzerland Black Boys HC Geneve took third place.
  • May 18 – 21: 2018 Women's EuroHockey Club Challenge III in Austria Vienna
  • May 18 – 21: 2018 Men's EuroHockey Club Challenge III in Denmark Copenhagen
  • May 18 – 21: 2018 Men's EuroHockey Club Trophy in Austria Vienna
    • Scotland Grange HC defeated Ukraine HC OKS-SHVSM Vinnitsa, 5–2, in the final.
    • Belarus HC Minsk took third place.
  • May 18 – 21: 2018 Women's EuroHockey Club Challenge I in Scotland Edinburgh
    • In the final, Scotland Edinburgh University HC defeated Scotland Milne Craig Clydesdale Western, 1–0.
    • Belgium Braxgata HC took third place.
  • May 18 – 21: 2018 Women's EuroHockey Club Trophy in Republic of Ireland Dublin
    • England Holcombe HC defeated Spain Junior FC, 4–2 in a shootout and after a 1–1 score, in the final.
    • Belarus GHC Ritm Grodno took third place.
National teams

PAHFEdit

AHFEdit

Figure skatingEdit

FistballEdit

IFAEdit

  • July 11 – 15: IFA 2018 Fistball U18 World Championships in United States Roxbury Township
  • July 24 – 28: IFA 2018 Fistball Women's World Championship in Austria Linz

EFAEdit

  • January 6 & 7: EFA 2018 Fistball Women's Champions Cup in Switzerland Jona
    • In the final, Germany TSV Dennach defeated Austria Titel gg. Union Nussbach, 4–2 (11–7, 6–11, 8–11, 13–11, 11–8, 11–6).
    • Switzerland TSV Jona took third place.
  • January 12 & 13: EFA 2018 Fistball Men's Champions Cup Indoor in Germany Dötlingen
    • In the final, Germany TSV Pfungstadt defeated Germany TV Brettorf, 4–2 (11:9, 6:11, 5:11, 11:5, 11:5, 11:8).
    • Switzerland SVD Diepoldsau-Schmitter took third place.
  • July 6 – 8: EFA 2018 Men's European Cup in  Austria
  • July 7 & 8: EFA 2018 Fistball Women's Champions Cup in Germany Schneverdingen
  • July 6 – 8: EFA 2018 Men's Champions Cup in   Switzerland

FloorballEdit

EuropeEdit

  • August 22 – 26: EuroFloorball Challenge
  • October 10 – 14: EuroFloorball Cup

Asia & OceaniaEdit

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GolfEdit

2018 Men's major golf championshipsEdit

2018 World Golf Championships (WGC)Edit

2018 Women's major golf championshipsEdit

2018 Senior major golf championshipsEdit

2018 women's senior eventsEdit