European Eventing Championships

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The European Eventing Championships, like most other European Championships, is held every two years. Today it is a three star eventing competition. A three star event is one step down from the grand slam which consists of three four star events.

The first Championships were held at Badminton in 1953, where six teams (Britain, France, Ireland, Netherlands, Sweden and Switzerland) were sent, although only Britain and Switzerland were able to get their horses fit in time to actually compete. However, 10 teams were able to compete at the 1959 competition.

The 1995 and 1997 European Championships were held as part of events open to non-European riders (in Pratoni del Vivaro, Italy in 1995 and Burghley, England in 1997) with the top three European individuals and teams receiving medals. The first woman to win the competition was Shelia Wilcox in 1957, although women were not allowed to compete in the Olympics in eventing until 1964.

There is also a Championship held for young riders, juniors and ponies.

FormatEdit

The Championships offers both team and individual gold, silver, and bronze medals.

Each nation may bring a team of four riders and two individuals. The team riders also compete for the individual gold, silver, and bronze medals. The host nation may bring up to eight individual riders, with a total squad of 12.

The best three scores among the teams—the team with the lowest number of penalty points—receive the gold, silver, and bronze medals. However, a team must have at least three riders completing the competition, or else they will be eliminated. If a team has four riders complete, there is a drop-score in their results. If three riders complete, all three scores are added into the final total for the team.

Beginning in 2005, the European Eventing Championships was held in the short-format, without the phases A, B, and C (roads and tracks, and steeplechase) on speed and endurance day. It included just the dressage, cross-country, and show jumping phases.

The competition begins with a horse inspection to make sure all competing horses are sound before beginning the dressage. Then the nations nominate their four team riders and the order they wish them to compete, before the order of nations is determined. The order of go is especially important on cross country day, when the first competitors have the best footing, but do not know how the course will ride, while the later competitors will know the tricky obstacles on course, but may have to run their horses on torn up or sloppy footing.

Past winnersEdit

Britain's Ginny Elliot and Germany's Michael Jung are currently the only riders to have won the individual European Champion title three times in succession: Elliot became European Champion in 1985, 1987, and 1989; Jung became European Champion in 2011, 2013 and 2015.[1]

Individual resultsEdit

Individual medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1953   Badminton   Laurence Rook on Starlight   Frank Weldon on Kilbarry   Hans Schwarzenbach on Vae Victis
1954   Basel   Bertie Hill on Crispin   Frank Weldon on Kilbarry   Laurence Rook on Starlight
1955   Windsor   Frank Weldon on Kilbarry   John Oram on Radar   Bertie Hill on Countryman
1957   Copenhagen   Sheila Willcox on High and Mighty   August Lütke-Westhüs on Franco   Jonas Lindgren on Eldorado
1959   Harewood   Hans Schwarzenbach on Burn Trout   Frank Weldon on Samuel Johnson   Derek Allhusen on Laurien
1962   Burghley   James Templer on M'Lord Conelly   German Gazyumov on Granj   Jane Wykeham-Musgrave on Ryebrooks
1965   Moscow   Marian Babirecki on Volt   Lev Baklyshkin on Evlon   Horst Karsten on Condora
1967   Punchestown   Eddie Boylan on Durlas Eile   Martin Whiteley on The Poacher   Derek Allhusen on Lochinvar
1969   Haras-du-Pin [fr]   Mary Gordon-Watson on Cornishman   Richard Walker on Pasha   Bernd Messmann on Windspiel
1971   Burghley   The Princess Anne on Doublet   Debbie West on Baccarat   Stuart Stevens on Classic Chips
1973   Kyiv   Aleksandr Yevdokimov on Jeger   Herbert Blöcker on Albrant   Horst Karsten on Sioux
1975   Luhmühlen [de]   Lucinda Prior-Palmer on Be Fair   The Princess Anne on Goodwill   Pyotr Gornushko on Gusar
1977   Burghley   Lucinda Prior-Palmer on George   Karl Schultz on Madrigal   Horst Karsten on Sioux
1979   Luhmühlen [de]   Nils Haagensen on Monaco   Rachel Bayliss on Gurgle The Geek   Rüdiger Schwarz on Power Game
1981   Horsens   Hansueli Schmutz on Oran   Helmut Rethemeier on Santiago   Brian McSweeney on Inis Mean
1983   Frauenfeld   Rachel Bayliss on Mystic Minstrel   Lucinda Prior-Palmer on Regal Realm   Christian Persson on Joël
1985   Burghley   Virginia Holgate on Priceless   Lorna Clarke on Myross   Ian Stark on Oxford Blue
1987   Luhmühlen [de]   Virginia Leng on Night Cap   Ian Stark on Sir Wattie   Claus Erhorn on Justyn Thyme
1989   Burghley   Virginia Leng on Master Craftsman   Jane Thelwall on King's Jester   Lorna Clarke-Sutherland on Fearliath Mor
1991   Punchestown   Ian Stark on Glenburnie   Richard Walker on Jacana   Karen Straker on Get Smart
1993   Achselschwang   Jean-Lou Bigot on Twist La Beige   Kristina Gifford on Song and Dance Man   Eddy Stibbe on Bahlua
1995   Pratoni del Vivaro   Lucy Thompson on Welton Romance   Marie-Christine Duroy on Ut Du Placineau   Mary King on King William
1997   Burghley   Bettina Hoy on Watermill Stream   William Fox-Pitt on Cosmopolitan II   Kristina Gifford on General Jock
1999   Luhmühlen [de]   Pippa Funnell on Supreme Rock   Linda Algotsson on Stand By Me   Paula Törnqvist on Monaghan
2001   Pau   Pippa Funnell on Supreme Rock   Inken Johanssen on Brilliante   Enrique Sarasola Jr. on Dope Doux
2003   Punchestown   Nicolas Touzaint on Galan de Sauvagere   Linda Algotsson on Stand By Me   Pippa Funnell on Walk On Star
2005   Blenheim   Zara Phillips on Toytown   William Fox-Pitt on Tamarillo   Ingrid Klimke on Sleep Late
2007   Pratoni del Vivaro   Nicolas Touzaint on Galan de Sauvagere   Mary King on Call Again Cavalier   Bettina Hoy on Ringwood Cockatoo
2009   Fontainebleau   Kristina Cook on Miners Frolic   Piggy French on Some Day Soon   Michael Jung on Sam
2011   Luhmühlen [de]   Michael Jung on Sam   Sandra Auffarth on Opgun Louvo   Frank Ostholt on Little Paint
2013   Malmö   Michael Jung on Halunke   Ingrid Klimke on Escada   William Fox-Pitt on Chilli Morning
2015   Blair Castle   Michael Jung on Takinou   Sandra Auffarth on Opgun Louvo   Thibaut Vallette on Qing du Briot
2017   Strzegom   Ingrid Klimke on Hale Bob   Michael Jung on Rocana   Nicola Wilson on Bulana
2019   Luhmühlen [de]   Ingrid Klimke on Hale Bob   Michael Jung on Chipmunk   Cathal Daniels on Rioghan Rua
2021   Avenches

Team resultsEdit

Team medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1953   Badminton   Great Britain
Frank Weldon on Kilbarry
Reg Hindley on Speculation
Bertie Hill on Bambi
not awarded not awarded
1954   Basel   Great Britain
Bertie Hill on Crispin
Frank Weldon on Kilbarry
Laurence Rook on Starlight
Diana Mason on Tramella
  West Germany
Wilhelm Büsing on Trux
August Lütke-Westhüs on Hubertus
Klaus Wagner on Dachs
Max Huck on Fockdra von Kamax
not awarded
1955   Windsor   Great Britain
Frank Weldon on Kilbarry
Bertie Hill on Countryman
Laurence Rook on Starlight
Diana Mason on Tramella
   Switzerland
Anton Bühler on Uranus
Hans Bühler on Richard
Marc Büchler on Tizian
Andrea Zindel on Vae Victis
not awarded
1957   Copenhagen   Great Britain
Sheila Willcox on High & Mighty
Ted Marsh on Wild Venture
Derek Allhusen on Laurien
Kit Tatham-Warter on Pampas Cat
  West Germany
August Lütke-Westhüs on Franko II
Siegfried Dehning on Fechtlanze
Reiner Klimke on Lausbub
Dieter Fösken
  Sweden
Jonas Lindgren on Eldorado
Evert Petterson on Tom Raid
Petrus Kastenman on Illuster
K.G. Holm on Air
1959   Harewood   West Germany
August Lütke-Westhüs on Franko II
Ottokar Pohlmann on Polarfuchs
Siegfried Dehning on Fechtlanze
Reiner Klimke on Fortunat
  Great Britain
Frank Weldon on Samuel Johnson
Derek Allhusen on Laurien
Jeremy Beale on Fulmer Folly
Sheila Waddington on Airs & Graces
  France
Jéhan Le Roy on Garden
Pierre Durand Sr. on Guillano
Guy Lefrant on Nicias
Hugues Landon on Espionne
1962   Burghley   Soviet Union
German Gazyumov on Granj
Pavel Deyev on Satrap
Lev Baklyshkin on Khirurg
Saybattal Mursalimov
  Ireland
Anthony Cameron on Sam Weller
Harry Freeman-Jackson on St Finbarr
Virginia Freeman-Jackson on Irish Lace
Patrick Connolly-Carew on Ballyhoo
  Great Britain
Frank Weldon on Young Pretender
Michael Bullen on Sea Breeze
Susan Fleet on The Gladiator
Peter Welch on Mister Wilson
1965   Moscow   Soviet Union
Valentin Gorelkin
Saybattal Mursalimov on Dzhigit
Aleksandr Yevdokimov on Padarok
Lev Baklyshkin on Evlon
  Ireland
Penelope Moreton on Loughlin
Virginia Freeman-Jackson on Sam Weller
Eddie Boylan on Durlas Eile
Anthony Cameron on Lough Druid
  Great Britain
Derek Allhusen on Lochinvar
Richard Meade on Barberry
Christine Sheppard on Fenjirao
Reuben Jones on Master Bernard
1967   Punchestown   Great Britain
Martin Whitely on The Poacher
Derek Allhusen on Lochinvar
Reuben Jones on Foxdor
Richard Meade on Barberry
  Ireland
Eddie Boylan on Durlas Eile
John Fowler on Dooney Rock
Virginia Stanhope on Sam Weller
Bill Mullins on March Hawk
  France
Jean-Jacques Guyon on Pitou
Daniel Lechevallier on Opera
Henri Michel on Ouragan
Michel Cochenet on Artaban II
1969   Haras-du-Pin [fr]   Great Britain
Richard Walker on Pasha
Derek Allhusen on Lochinvar
Polly Hely-Hutchinson on Count Jasper
Reuben Jones on The Poacher
  Soviet Union
Yuri Solos on Fat
Aleksandr Yevdokimov on Fahrad
Kamo Zakarian on Fugus
Y. Kepp on Hobot
  West Germany
Bernd Messmann on Windspiel
Kurt Mergler on Adajio
Horst Karsten on Vaibel
Otto Ammermann om Alpaca
1971   Burghley   Great Britain
Debbie West on Baccarat
Richard Meade on The Poacher
Mary Gordon-Watson on Cornishman
Mark Phillips on Great Ovations
  Soviet Union
Sergey Mukhin on Resfeder
Vladimir Soroka on Obzor
Aleksandr Yevdokimov on Farkhad
Yuri Solos on Rashod
  Ireland
Bill McLernon on Ballangarry
Diana Wilson on Broken Promise
William Powell-Harris on Smokey VI
Ronnie McMahon on San Carlos
1973   Kyiv   West Germany
Herbert Blöcker on Albrant
Kurt Mergler on Vaibel
Horst Karsten on Sioux
Harry Klugmann on El Paso
  Soviet Union
Aleksandr Yevdokimov on Resfeder
Vladimir Soroka on Obzor
Yuri Salnikov on Bagazh
Valentin Gorelkin on Rock
  Great Britain
Richard Meade on Wayfarer II
Lucinda Prior-Palmer on Be Fair
Janet Hodgson on Larkspur
Debbie West on Baccarat
1975   Luhmühlen   Soviet Union
Pyotr Gornushko on Gusar
Viktor Kalinin on Araks
Vladimir Lanyugin on Reflex
Vladimir Tishkin on Flot
  Great Britain
Lucinda Prior-Palmer on Be Fair
The Princess Anne on Goodwill
Sue Hatherly on Harley
Janet Hodgson on Larkspur
  West Germany
Kurt Mergler on Vaibel
Herbert Blöcker on Albrant
Harry Klugmann on Veberod
Horst Karsten on Sioux
1977   Burghley   Great Britain
Lucinda Prior-Palmer on George
Jane Holderness-Roddam on Warrior
Christopher Collins on Smokey VI
Clarissa Strachan on Merry Sovereign
  West Germany
Karl Schultz on Madrigal
Horst Karsten on Sioux
Hanna Huppelsberg-Zwöck on Akzent
Harry Klugmann on El Paso
  Ireland
John Watson on Cambridge Blue
Eric Horgan on Pontoon
Patsy Maher on Ballagarry
Norman van de Vater on Blue Tom Tit
1979   Luhmühlen   Ireland
John Watson on Cambridge Blue
David Foster on Inis Mean
Alan Lillingston on Seven Up
Helen Cantillon on Wing Forward
  Great Britain
Clarissa Strachan on Warrior
Lucinda Prior-Palmer on Killaire
Sue Hatherly on Monacle II
Christopher Collins on Gamble
  France
Thierry Touzaint on Griboille C
Armand Bigot on Gamin du Bois
Thierry Lacour on Sertorius
Edoaurd Decharme on Frisson A
1981   Horsens   Great Britain
Lizzie Purbrick on Peter the Great
Sue Benson on Gemma Jay
Richard Meade on Kilcashel
Virginia Holgate on Priceless
   Switzerland
Josef Burger on Beaujour de Mars
Josef Räber on Benno II
Hansueli Schmutz on Oran
Ernst Baumann on Baron
  Poland
Miroslaw Slusarczyk on Ekran
Krzysztof Rafalak on Djak
Jan Lipczynski on Elektron
Miroslaw Szlapka on Erywan
1983   Frauenfeld   Sweden
Christian Persson on Joel
Göran Breisner on Ultimus xx
Sven Ingvarsson on Doledo
Jeanette Ullsten on Noir
  Great Britain
Lucinda Prior-Palmer on Regal Realm
Virginia Holgate on Night Cap
Lorna Clarke on Danville
Diana Clapham on Windjammer
  France
Pascal Morvillers on Gulliver B
Thierry Lacour on Hymen de la Cour
Marie-Christine Duroy on Harley
Patrick Marquebielle on Flamenco III
1985   Burghley   Great Britain
Virginia Holgate on Priceless
Lorna Clarke on Myross
Ian Stark on Oxford Blue
Lucinda Green on Regal Realm
  France
Jean Teulere on Godelureau
Vincent Berthet on Kopino
Marie-Christine Duroy on Harley
Pascal Morvillers on Gulliver B
  West Germany
Christoph Wagner on Phillip
Jürgen Blum on Frosty Bay
Ralf Ehrenbrink on Bettina
Claus Erhorn on Fair Lady
1987   Luhmühlen   Great Britain
Virginia Leng on Night Cap
Ian Stark on Sir Wattie
Rachel Hunt on Aloaf
Lucinda Green on Shannagh
  West Germany
Wolfgang Mengers on Half Moon Bay
Ralf Ehrenbrink on Uncle Toss
Claus Erhorn on Justyn Thyme
Jürgen Blum on Frosty Bay
  France
Thierry Lacour on Hymen de la Cour
Didier Seguret on Jovial E
Vincent Berthet on Jet Crub
Pascal Morvillers on Jacquet
1989   Burghley   Great Britain
Rodney Powell on The Irishman II
Ian Stark on Glenburnie
Virginia Leng on Master Craftsman
Lorna Clarke-Sutherland on Fearliath Mor
  Netherlands
Eddy Stibbe on Bristols Autumn Fantasy
Fiona van Tuyll on Just a Gamble
Mandy Stibbe-Jeakins on Bristols Autumn Bronze
  Ireland
Melanie Duff on Rathlin Joe
Olivia Holohan on Rusticus
Eric Horgan on Homer
Joe McGowan on Private Deal
1991   Punchestown   Great Britain
Ian Stark on Glenburnie
Richard Walker on Jacana
Karen Straker on Get Smart
Mary Thomson on King William
  Ireland
Sonya Duke on Bright Imp
Olivia Holohan on Buket
Jeremy Spring on Holy Smoke
Fiona Wentges on Oliver
  France
Jean-Jacques Boisson on Oscar de la Loge
Didier Mayoux on Maryland II
Jean Teulere on Orvet de Bellaing
Didier Seguret on Newlot
1993   Achselschwang   Sweden
Lars Christensson on One Way
Fredrik Bergendorff on Michaelmas Day
Erik Duvander on Right On Time
Anna Hermann on Mr Punch
  France
Jean Teulere on Orvet de Bellai
Michel Bouquet on Newport
Didier Seguret on Newlot
Jean-Lou Bigot on Twist la Beige
  Ireland
Susan Shortt on Menana
Sonya Rowe on Bright Imp
Sally Corscadden on Cageodore
Eric Smiley on Enterprise
1995   Pratoni del Vivaro   Great Britain
Charlotte Bathe on The Cool Customer
Kristina Gifford on Midnight Blue
William Fox-Pitt on Cosmopolitan
Mary King on King William
  France
Gilles Pons on Ramdame
Rodolphe Scherer on Urane de Pins
Didier Willefert on Seducteur Biolay
Jean-Lou Bigot on Twist la Beige
  Ireland
Mark Barry on Collongues
Virginia McGrath on Yellow Earl
Eric Smiley on Enterprise
Lucy Thompson on Welton Romance
1997   Burghley   Great Britain
Christopher Bartle on Word Perfect II
Ian Stark on Arakai
Mary King on Rusty
William Fox-Pitt on King William
  Sweden
Sivert Jonsson on Jumping Jet Pack
Magnus Österlund on Master Mind
Paula Törnqvist on Monaghan
Anna Hermann on Home Run II
  France
Jean Teulere on Rodosto
Frédéric de Romblay on Rosendael
Marie-Christine Duroy on Summer Song
Jean-Lou Bigot on Twist la Beige
1999   Luhmühlen   Great Britain
Kristina Gifford on The Gangster II
Jeanette Brakewell on Over To You
Ian Stark on Jaybee
Pippa Funnell on Supreme Rock
  Germany
Peter Thomsen on Warren Gorse
Herbert Blöcker on Chicol
Nele Hagener on Little McMuffin
Bodo Battenberg on Sam the Man
  Belgium
Virginie Caulier on Kiona
Kurt Heyndrickx on Archimedes
Carl Bouckaert on Welton Molecule
Constantin Van Rijckevorsel on Otis
2001   Pau   Great Britain
Leslie Law on Shear H2O
Jeanette Brakewell on Over To You
William Fox-Pitt on Stunning
Pippa Funnell on Supreme Rock
  France
Rodolphe Scherer on Quack
Denis Mesples on Vanpire
Frédéric de Romblay on Baba Au Rhum
Didier Courrèges on Debat D'Estruval
  Italy
Fabio Fani Ciotti on Down Town Brown
Andrea Verdina on Donnizetti
Marco Biasia on Ecu
Fabio Magni on Cool'n
2003   Punchestown   Great Britain
Jeanette Brakewell on Over To You
William Fox-Pitt on Moon Man
Leslie Law on Shear l'Eau
Pippa Funnell on Walk On Star
  France
Jean-Luc Force on Crocus Jacob
Jean Teulere on Hobby du Mée
Arnaud Boiteau on Expo du Moulin
Nicolas Touzaint on Galan de Sauvagère
  Belgium
Karin Donckers on Gormley
Carl Bouckaert on Welton Molecule
Dolf Desmedt on Bold Action
Constantin Van Rijckevorsel on Withcote Nellie
2005   Blenheim   Great Britain
Zara Phillips on Toytown
William Fox-Pitt on Tamarillo
Jeanette Brakewell on Over To You
Leslie Law on Shear l'Eau
  France
Arnaud Boiteau on Expo du Moulin
Didier Willefert on Escape Lane Mili
Gilles Viricel on Blakring Mili
Nicolas Touzaint on Hidalgo de l'Ile
  Germany
Frank Ostholt on Air Jordan
Hinrich Romeike on Marius
Anna Warnecke on Twinkle Bee
Bettina Hoy on Ringwood Cockatoo
2007   Pratoni del Vivaro   Great Britain
Oliver Townend on Flint Curtis
Daisy Dick on Spring Along
Zara Phillips on Toytown
Mary King on Call Again Cavalier
  France
Arnaud Boiteau on Expo du Moulin
Didier Dhennin on Ismene du Temple
Eric Vigeanel on Coronado Prior
Nicolas Touzaint on Galan de Sauvagère
  Italy
Susanna Bordone on Ava
Fabio Magni on Southern King V
Roberto Rotatori on Irham de Vaiges
Vittoria Panizzon on Rock Model
2009   Fontainebleau   Great Britain
Kristina Cook on Miners Frolic
William Fox-Pitt on Idalgo du Donjon
Nicola Wilson on Opposition Buzz
Oliver Townend on Flint Curtis
  Italy
Roberto Rotatori on Irham de Vaiges
Juan Carlos Garcia on Iman du Golfe
Stefano Brecciaroli on Oroton
Susanna Bordone on Blue Moss
  Belgium
Karin Donckers on Gazelle de la Brasserie
Joris Vanspringel on Bold Action
Virginie Caulier on Kilo
Constantin Van Rijckevorsel on Our Vintage
2011   Luhmühlen   Germany
Michael Jung on Sam
Sandra Auffarth on Opgun Louvo
Ingrid Klimke on Butts Abraxxas
Andreas Dibowski on Fantasia
  France
Donatien Schauly on Ocarina du Chanois
Nicolas Touzaint on Quirinal de la Bastide
Stanislas de Zuchowicz on Quirinal de la Bastide
Pascal Leroy on Minos de Petra
  Great Britain
William Fox-Pitt on Cool Mountain
Piggy French on Jakata
Nicola Wilson on Opposition Buzz
Mary King on Imperial Cavalier
2013   Malmö   Germany
Michael Jung on Halunke
Ingrid Klimke on Escada
Dirk Schrade on Hop and Skip
Andreas Dibowski on Butts Avedon
  Sweden
Niklas Lindbäck on Mister Pooh
Ludwig Svennerstål on Shamwari
Frida Andersen on Herta
Sara Algotsson-Ostholt on Reality
  France
Nicolas Touzaint on Lesbos
Donatien Schauly on Séculaire
Karim Laghouag on Punch de l'Esques
Astier Nicolas on Piaf de b'Neville
2015   Blair Castle   Germany
Michael Jung on Takinou
Sandra Auffarth on Opgun Louvo
Ingrid Klimke on Hale Bob
Dirk Schrade on Hop and Skip
  Great Britain
Kitty King on Persimmon
Pippa Funnell on Sandman
Nicola Wilson on One Two Many
William Fox-Pitt on Bay My Hero
  France
Thibaut Vallette on Qing du Briot
Mathieu Lemoine on Bart L
Thomas Carlile on Sirocco du Gers
Karim Laghouag on Entebbe
2017   Strzegom   Great Britain
Kristina Cook on Billy the Red
Nicola Wilson on Bulana
Rosalind Canter on Allstar B
Oliver Townend on Cooley SRS
  Sweden
Sara Algotsson-Ostholt on Reality
Louise Svensson Jahde on Utah Sun
Niklas Lindback on Focus Filiocus
Ludvig Svennerstål on Paramount Importance
  Italy
Pietro Roman on Barraduff
Pietro Sandei on Rubis de Prere
Vittoria Panizzon on Chequers Play the Game
Arianna Schivo on Quefira de l'Ormeau
2019   Luhmühlen [de]   Germany
Ingrid Klimke on Hale Bob
Michael Jung on Chipmunk
Andreas Dibowski on Corrida
Kai Rüder on Colani Sunrise
  Great Britain
Oliver Townend on Cooley Master Class
Piggy French on Quarrycrest Echo
Pippa Funnell on Majas Hope
Kristina Cook on Billy the Red
  Sweden
Ludvig Svennerstål on El Kazir
Louise Romeike on Waikiki
Malin Josefsson on Golden Midnight
Niklas Lindback on Focus Filiocus
2021   Avenches

All-time medal table (1953–2019)Edit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Great Britain (GBR)40251883
2  Germany (GER)12151441
3  Soviet Union (Soviet Union)45110
4  France (FRA)391022
5  Ireland (IRL)34714
6  Sweden (SWE)25512
7   Switzerland (SUI)2215
8  Poland (POL)1012
9  Denmark (DEN)1001
10  Italy (ITA)0134
11  Netherlands (NED)0112
12  Belgium (BEL)0033
13  Spain (ESP)0011
Totals (13 nations)686765200

ReferencesEdit