European Pairs Speedway Championship

The European Pairs Speedway Championship is an annual speedway event held in different countries organized by the European Motorcycle Union (UEM) since 2004.[1][2]

European Pairs Championship
SportMotorcycle speedway
Founded2004
ContinentEurope
Most titlesAleš Dryml, Jr. (4 times)
Poland (9 times)

Previous winners edit

Year Venue Winners 2nd place 3rd place
2004   Debrecen   Czech Republic
Bohumil Brhel
Aleš Dryml Jr.
  Russia
Renat Gafurov
Siergiej Filiushin
Simon Vlasov
  Poland
Rafał Szombierski
Robert Kościecha
Tomasz Gapiński
2005   Gdańsk   Poland
Krzysztof Kasprzak
Robert Kościecha
Janusz Kołodziej
  Czech Republic
Aleš Dryml Jr.
Bohumil Brhel
  Slovenia
Matej Žagar
Izak Šantej
2006   Lendava   Poland
Sebastian Ułamek
Wiesław Jaguś
  Slovenia
Jernej Kolenko
Matej Žagar
  Hungary
Norbert Magosi
László Szatmári
2007   Terenzano   Czech Republic
Lukáš Dryml
Aleš Dryml, Jr.
Zdeněk Simota
  Poland
Krzysztof Jabłoński
Sławomir Drabik
Adam Skórnicki
  Russia
Renat Gafurov
Denis Gizatullin
2008   Natschbach-Loipersbach   Poland
Sebastian Ułamek
Karol Ząbik
Adam Skórnicki
  Czech Republic
Lukáš Dryml
Adrian Rymel
Aleš Dryml, Jr.
  Russia
Renat Gafurov
Roman Povazhny
Aleksiej Charczenko
2009   Miskolc   Czech Republic
Aleš Dryml, Jr.
Lukáš Dryml
  Russia
Renat Gafurov
Grigory Laguta
Artem Laguta
  Poland
Daniel Jeleniewski
Robert Miśkowiak
Ronnie Jamroży
2010   Stralsund   Czech Republic
Aleš Dryml, Jr.
Lukáš Dryml
  Germany
Tobias Kroner
Roberto Haupt
Martin Smolinski
  Croatia
Jurica Pavlic
Dino Kovacic
2011   Piła   Poland
Jarosław Hampel
Przemysław Pawlicki
Piotr Pawlicki Jr.
  Hungary
Norbert Magosi
József Tabaka
  Russia
Renat Gafurov
Viktor Golubovsky
2012   Rivne   Ukraine
Andriy Karpov
Aleksandr Loktaev
  Latvia
Kjasts Puodžuks
Andžejs Ļebedevs
  Denmark
Kenni Larsen
Peter Kildemand
2013   Herxheim   Germany
Martin Smolinski
Kevin Wölbert
  Poland
Sebastian Ułamek
Norbert Kościuch
  Ukraine
Andriy Karpov
Stanislav Melnichuk
Aleksandr Loktaev
2014   Divišov   Czech Republic
Václav Milík, Jr.
Eduard Krčmář
  Poland
Damian Baliński
Sebastian Ułamek
  Russia
Denis Gizatullin
Vitalyi Belousov
2015   Debrecen   Poland
Dawid Lampart
Damian Baliński
Sebastian Ułamek
  Russia
Grigory Laguta
Vitaly Belousov
  Czech Republic
Václav Milík Jr.
Eduard Krčmář
2016   Riga   Italy
Nicolás Covatti
Nicolas Vinsentin
  Denmark
Michael Jepsen Jensen
Rasmus Jensen
  Latvia
Kjasts Puodžuks
Andžejs Ļebedevs
2017   Lonigo   Poland
Tobiasz Musielak
Grzegorz Zengota
  Russia
Artem Laguta
Andrey Kudriashov
Viktor Kulakov
  France
David Bellego
Dimitri Bergé
2018   Brovst   Poland
Grzegorz Zengota
Jakub Jamróg
Tobiasz Musielak
  Denmark
Anders Thomsen
Michael Jepsen Jensen
Thomas Jørgensen
  Italy
Nicolás Covatti
Michele Paco Castagna
2019   Balakovo   Russia
Vladimir Borodulli
Viktor Kulakov
Grigory Laguta
  Czech Republic
Václav Milík Jr.
Eduard Krčmář
  Latvia
Andžejs Ļebedevs
Oļegs Mihailovs
2020   Terenzano   Poland
Jakub Jamróg
Viktor Trofimov
  Latvia
Andžejs Ļebedevs
Oļegs Mihailovs
Jevgeņijs Kostigovs
  France
David Bellego
Dimitri Bergé
2021   Mâcon   France
David Bellego
Dimitri Bergé
  Poland
Jakub Jamróg
Grzegorz Zengota
  Latvia
Andžejs Ļebedevs
Jevgeņijs Kostigovs
2022   Slangerup   Denmark
Rasmus Jensen
Michael Jepsen Jensen
Jonas Seifert-Salk
  Czech Republic
Václav Milík Jr.
Jan Kvěch
  Poland
Grzegorz Zengota
Norbert Krakowiak
2023   Opole   Poland
Przemysław Pawlicki
Szymon Woźniak
  Denmark
Rasmus Jensen
Mads Hansen
  Finland
Timo Lahti
Antti Vuolas
Jesse Mustonen

Classification edit

Pos National Team Total      
1.   Poland 16 9 4 3
2.   Czech Republic 10 5 4 1
3.   Russia 9 1 4 4
4.   Denmark 5 1 3 1
5.   Germany 2 1 1
6.   France 3 1 2
7.   Ukraine 2 1 1
  Italy 2 1 1
9.   Latvia 5 2 3
10.   Hungary 2 1 1
  Slovenia 2 1 1
12.   Croatia 1 1
  Finland 1 1

Participating nations edit

Legend
  •   – Champions.
  •   – Runners-up.
  •   – Third place.
  • 4–12 – 4th to 20th places.
  •    – Final hosts.
  • Q – Qualified for upcoming tournament.
  • q – Will take part in the upcoming qualification.
Team 2004
 
(12)
2005
 
(10)
2006
 
(13)
2007
 
(15)
2008
 
(12)
2009
 
(12)
2010
 
(11)
2011
 
(12)
2012
 
(13)
2013
 
(10)
2014
 
(10)
2015
 
(12)
2016
 
(11)
2017
 
(12)
2018
 
(15)
2019
 
(12)
  Poland             7   4       4     5
  Czech Republic     4         6 5 6     5 9  
  Russia   8 5       4   9     6   5  
  Hungary 4 4   8 4 4 5   7 9 6 5 11 10 11
  Latvia 8 7 5 7 4   4 5 7   7 7  
  Austria 9 9 6 6 10 11 8 10 6 9
  Germany 5 5 7 12 7 5   7 6   4 4 7 8 6
  Ukraine 7 10 6 5 8 9 6 11     7 9 10 9 8 9
  Finland 8 4 9 12 8 14 8
  Slovenia 6     9 10 6 9 8 12 7 8 8 8 10 13
  Italy 11 6 11 7 11 8 10 10 8 10 10   4   7
  Croatia 12 13 11 12 11   12
  Sweden 10 4
  Norway 13 12 10
  France 10 10 14   4
  Romania 12 15 10 12 12 15
  Netherlands 9
  Great Britain 9 11 6 11
  Denmark 5   5   5  
  Slovakia 13 9 11 11 12
  Bulgaria 12

Rules The minimum age limit (16 years) starts on the date of the rider's birthday.

See also edit

References edit

  1. ^ "European Pairs Speedway Championship". Historia Sportu Zuzlowego. Retrieved 29 July 2021.
  2. ^ "European Pairs Championship". Edinburgh Speedway. Retrieved 29 July 2021.