European Short Track Speed Skating Championships

The European Short Track Speed Skating Championships are a European short track speed skating event and held once a year in a different country.

Medal winnersEdit

Men'sEdit

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1997   Malmö   Fabio Carta   Mirko Vuillermin   Bruno Loscos
1998   Budapest   Fabio Carta   Michele Antonioli
  Dave Versteeg
1999   Oberstdorf   Fabio Carta   Nicola Franceschina   Michele Antonioli
2000   Bormio   Fabio Carta   Nicky Gooch   Nicola Franceschina
2001   The Hague   Bruno Loscos   Cees Juffermans   Nicky Gooch
2002   Grenoble   Fabio Carta   Nicola Rodigari   Bruno Loscos
2003   Saint Petersburg   Fabio Carta   Michele Antonioli   Nicola Franceschina
2004   Zoetermeer   Nicola Rodigari   Fabio Carta   Nicola Franceschina
2005   Turin   Fabio Carta   Arian Nachbar   Nicola Franceschina
2006   Krynica-Zdrój   Nicola Rodigari   Fabio Carta   Pieter Gysel
2007   Sheffield   Nicola Rodigari   Pieter Gysel   Yuri Confortola
2008   Ventspils   Haralds Silovs   Niels Kerstholt   Nicola Rodigari
2009   Turin   Nicola Rodigari   Haralds Silovs   Viktor Knoch
2010   Dresden   Nicola Rodigari   Thibaut Fauconnet   Maxime Chataignier
20111   Heerenveen   Haralds Silovs   Sjinkie Knegt   Ruslan Zakharov
20122   Mladá Boleslav   Sjinkie Knegt   Niels Kerstholt   Semion Elistratov
2013   Malmö   Freek van der Wart   Sjinkie Knegt   Vladimir Grigorev
2014   Dresden   Viktor An   Semion Elistratov   Niels Kerstholt
2015   Dordrecht   Sjinkie Knegt   Viktor An   Semion Elistratov
2016   Sochi   Semion Elistratov   Shaolin Sándor Liu   Vincent Jeanne
2017   Turin   Semion Elistratov   Shaolin Sándor Liu   Sjinkie Knegt
2018   Dresden   Sjinkie Knegt   Vladislav Bykanov   Semion Elistratov
2019   Dordrecht   Shaolin Sándor Liu   Shaoang Liu   Semion Elistratov
2020   Debrecen   Shaoang Liu   Shaolin Sándor Liu   Semion Elistratov
2021   Gdańsk   Semion Elistratov   Pietro Sighel   Itzhak de Laat
2022   Dresden
2023   Gdańsk

1 Thibaut Fauconnet of France was originally ranked first overall but was disqualified for failing drug tests.[1]
2 Thibaut Fauconnet was originally ranked third overall but was disqualified for failing drug tests.[2]

Women'sEdit

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1997   Malmö   Marinella Canclini   Ellen Wiegers   Yelena Tikhanina
1998   Budapest   Marinella Canclini   Anke Jannie Landman
  Ellen Wiegers
1999   Oberstdorf   Marinella Canclini   Evgenia Radanova   Maureen de Lange
2000   Bormio   Evgenia Radanova   Katia Zini   Evelina Rodigari
2001   The Hague   Evgenia Radanova   Mara Zini   Stéphanie Bouvier
2002   Grenoble   Evgenia Radanova   Mara Zini   Jo Williams
2003   Saint Petersburg   Evgenia Radanova   Stéphanie Bouvier   Nina Yevteyeva
2004   Zoetermeer   Evgenia Radanova   Tatiana Borodulina   Marta Capurso
2005   Turin   Tatiana Borodulina   Evgenia Radanova   Marta Capurso
2006   Krynica-Zdrój   Evgenia Radanova   Arianna Fontana   Katia Zini
2007   Sheffield   Evgenia Radanova   Stéphanie Bouvier   Katia Zini
2008   Ventspils   Arianna Fontana   Evgenia Radanova   Nina Yevteyeva
2009   Turin   Arianna Fontana   Kateřina Novotná   Stéphanie Bouvier
2010   Dresden   Kateřina Novotná   Arianna Fontana   Elise Christie
2011   Heerenveen   Arianna Fontana   Bernadett Heidum   Martina Valcepina
2012   Mladá Boleslav   Arianna Fontana   Jorien ter Mors   Martina Valcepina
2013   Malmö   Arianna Fontana   Elise Christie   Jorien ter Mors
2014   Dresden   Jorien ter Mors   Elise Christie   Arianna Fontana
2015   Dordrecht   Elise Christie   Sofia Prosvirnova   Patrycja Maliszewska
2016   Sochi   Elise Christie   Charlotte Gilmartin   Suzanne Schulting
2017   Turin   Arianna Fontana   Sofia Prosvirnova   Ekaterina Konstantinova
2018   Dresden   Arianna Fontana   Martina Valcepina   Sofia Prosvirnova
2019   Dordrecht   Suzanne Schulting   Sofia Prosvirnova   Elise Christie
2020   Debrecen   Suzanne Schulting   Arianna Fontana   Martina Valcepina
2021   Gdańsk   Suzanne Schulting   Anna Seidel   Sofia Prosvirnova
2022   Dresden
2023   Gdańsk

Medal countEdit

Overall classificationEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Italy22151653
2  Netherlands810624
3  Bulgaria73010
4  Russia561324
5  Hungary2518
6  Great Britain24410
7  Latvia2103
8  France13610
9  Czech Republic1102
10  Germany0202
11  Belgium0112
12  Israel0101
13  Poland0011
Totals (13 nations)505248150

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS - Heerenveen, Netherlands - 14-16 January 2011". ShorttrackOnLine.info. Retrieved 2014-02-27.
  2. ^ "EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS - Mlada Boleslav, Czech Republic - 27-29 January 2012". ShorttrackOnLine.info. Retrieved 2014-02-27.

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