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European Weightlifting Championships

European Weightlifting Championships is an annual event organised by the European Weightlifting Federation (EWF). It has been held since 1896. A separate event for women was held from 1988 to 1997, after which both championships have been held as one event.

European Weightlifting Championships
Statusactive
Genresports event
Date(s)usually April
Frequencyannual
Location(s)various
Inaugurated1896 (1896)
Organised byEWF

Contents

ChampionshipsEdit

Team rankingEdit

  • http://www.iwf.net/weightlifting_/history/ - Team ranking system (History)
  • Team ranking was started from 1949
  • 1- 7 August 1948 FIH Congress, London : For the team classification 5-3-1 points are distributed for the 1st to the 3rd place.
  • 2- 7 November 1957 FIHC Congress, Teheran : For the team classification, there are distributed 10-6-4-3-2-1 points for the first to the sixth place.
  • 3- 24 May 1958 Tokyo : For the team classification 7-5-4-3-2-1 points are distributed for the 1st to the 6th place.
  • 4- 1973 : For the team classification 12-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 points are distributed for the 1st to 10th place (only for the total).
  • 5- 1977 : For the team classification 12-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 points are distributed for the 1st to 10th place for the individual lifts and the total.
  • 6- 12–14 January 1984 IWF Executive Board Meeting, Herzogenaurach. 27 July, IWF Congress, Los Angeles: For the team classification 16-14-13-12-11-10-9- 8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 points are distributed for the 1st to 15th place.
  • 7- 1 May 1996 IWF Executive Board Meeting, Warsaw : For the team classification 28-25-23-22-21-20-19-18-17-16-15-14-13-12-11-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 points are distributed for the 1st to 25th place.
  • 10 and 11 December 1996, IWF Congress, Athens: Two-Year-Suspension for a first doping offence.
Year Host Men Women
1 2 3 1 2 3
1998   Riesa, Germany   Bulgaria 549   Russia 530   Germany 458   Hungary 514   Russia 471   Bulgaria 467
1999   Seville, Spain   Turkey 682   Spain 608   Russia 524   Turkey 647   Greece 586   Spain 584
2000   Sofia, Bulgaria   Bulgaria 610   Turkey 525   Russia 464   Bulgaria 522   Russia 438   Ukraine 343
2001   Trenčín, Slovakia   Russia 538   Turkey 504   Poland 498   Russia 492   Hungary 483   Spain 400
2002   Antalya, Turkey   Bulgaria 599   Turkey 486   Russia 368   Turkey 522   Russia 496   Poland 466
2003   Loutraki, Greece   Turkey 598   Russia 553   Bulgaria 544   Turkey 521   Russia 501   Bulgaria 441
2004   Kiev, Ukraine   Turkey 591   Bulgaria 442   Russia 416   Turkey 478   Poland 438   Bulgaria 436
2005   Sofia, Bulgaria   Bulgaria 519   Turkey 488   Russia 473   Russia 567   Poland 456   Bulgaria 451
2006   Władysławowo, Poland   Belarus 486   Poland 485   Bulgaria 435   Russia 483   Ukraine 434   Poland 386
2007   Strasbourg, France   Russia 546   Belarus 523   Turkey 506   Russia 486   Ukraine 459   Turkey 448
2008   Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy   Russia 598   France 457   Azerbaijan 427   Ukraine 471   Russia 454   Turkey 449
2009   Bucharest, Romania
2010   Minsk, Belarus   Turkey 538   Armenia 496   Poland 460   Russia 498   Turkey 497   Poland 416
2011   Kazan, Russia   Turkey 470   Poland 467   Moldova 431   Russia 559   Turkey 517   Poland 413
2012   Antalya, Turkey   Moldova 500   Russia 482   Turkey 473   Russia 530   Turkey 441   Poland 417
2013   Tirana, Albania   Russia 638   Bulgaria 507   Albania 355   Poland 469   France 311   Italy 310
2014   Tel Aviv, Israel   Russia 524   Bulgaria 535   Poland 491   Russia 539   Ukraine 443   Poland 443
2015   Tbilisi, Georgia   Russia 478   Armenia 421   Turkey 416   Ukraine 478   Russia 421   Turkey 416
2016   Førde, Norway   Russia 524   Armenia 503   Turkey 501   Armenia 449   Ukraine 435   Turkey 399
2017   Split, Croatia   Russia 501   Turkey 462   Poland 399   Russia 588   Ukraine 492   Spain 464
2018   Bucharest, Romania   Georgia 575   Romania 528   Poland 451   Romania 512   Poland 429   Italy 412
2019   Batumi, Georgia   Georgia 636   Belarus 634   Armenia 596   Russia 736   Turkey 575   Romania 480

All-time medal table (1914–2018)Edit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Soviet Union (URS)2028934325
2  Bulgaria (BUL)16513593393
3  Russia (RUS)908147218
4  Turkey (TUR)653943147
5  Poland (POL)477794218
6  Germany (GER)385541134
7  Hungary (HUN)306164155
8  Ukraine (UKR)28262882
9  Romania (ROU)19403796
10  Armenia (ARM)19221556
11  Belarus (BLR)18112453
12  Greece (GRE)16242666
13  France (FRA)15234179
14  Great Britain (GBR)14191447
15  Austria (AUT)13162857
16  Georgia (GEO)125219
17  Spain (ESP)10182755
18  Italy (ITA)9242861
19  East Germany7245283
20  Moldova (MDA)781429
21  Azerbaijan (AZE)74617
22  Latvia (LAT)73515
23  Finland (FIN)6142444
24  Unified Team63312
25  Sweden (SWE)591226
26  Albania (ALB)49922
27  Denmark (DEN)4419
28  Egypt (EGY)4026
29  Czechoslovakia2153249
30  Belgium (BEL)22610
31  Croatia (CRO)2114
32  Netherlands (NED)2002
33  Lithuania (LTU)1449
34  Portugal (POR)1326
35  Slovakia (SVK)1247
36  Czech Republic (CZE)1225
37  Luxembourg (LUX)1102
38   Switzerland (SUI)1056
39  Norway (NOR)0314
40  Cyprus (CYP)0123
  Israel (ISR)0123
42  Estonia (EST)0112
43  Yugoslavia0011
Totals (43 nations)8818798772637

See alsoEdit

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