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IFSC Climbing European Championships

The IFSC Climbing European Championships are the biennial European championships for competition climbing organized by the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC). The first competition was held in Frankfurt in 1992.[1]

Contents

ChampionshipsEdit

Number Year Location Date(s) Disciplines Notes
number lead speed boulder
1 1992   Frankfurt September 18 2 [2]
2 1996   Paris January 28 2 [3]
3 1998   Nuremberg April 3 2 [4]
4 2000   Munich October 7 2 [5]
5 2002   Chamonix July 11–14 3 [6]
6 2004   Lecco June 21–27 3 [7]
7 2006   Yekaterinburg June 29 - July 3 2 canceled [8]
20071   Birmingham March 16–18 1 [9]
8 2008   Paris October 15–18 3 [10]
9 2010   Imst/Innsbruck September 14 – 18 3 [11]
10 2013   Chamonix July 12–13 2 [12]
  Eindhoven August 31 - September 1 1 [13]
11 2015   Innsbruck May 14–16 1 [14]
  Chamonix July 10–12 2 [15]
12 2017   Campitello di Fassa June 30 - July 1 2 [16]
  Munich August 18–19 1 [17]
12 2019   Edinburgh October 4-6 2 [18]
TBC 1 [18]
13 2020   Moscow 3 [18]

1 EC 2007 Birmingham was replacement as EC 2006 Yekaterinburg (boulder)

Men's ResultsEdit

LeadEdit

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1992   François Legrand   François Petit   Salavat Rakhmetov
1996   Arnaud Petit   François Petit   François Lombard
1998   Ian Vickers   Cristian Brenna   Christian Bindhammer
2000   Alexandre Chabot   Cristian Brenna   Evgeny Ovchinnikov
2002   Alexandre Chabot   Tomáš Mrázek   Ramón Julián Puigblanque
2004   Ramón Julián Puigblanque   Alexandre Chabot   François Auclair
2006   David Lama   Cédric Lachat   Dmitri Sarafutdinov
2008   Patxi Usobiaga Lakunza   Tomáš Mrázek   Manuel Romain
2010   Ramón Julián Puigblanque   Adam Ondra   Jakob Schubert
2013   Romain Desgranges   Ramón Julián Puigblanque   Jorg Verhoeven
2015   Ramón Julián Puigblanque   Adam Ondra   Sebastian Halenke
2017   Romain Desgranges   Adam Ondra   Jakob Schubert

BoulderingEdit

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2002   Christian Core   Mauro Calibani   Salavat Rakhmetov
2004   Daniel Dulac   Andrew Earl   Gabriele Moroni
2007   David Lama   Nalle Hukkataival   Tomáš Mrázek
2008   Jérôme Meyer   Kilian Fischhuber   Cédric Lachat
2010   Cédric Lachat   Adam Ondra   Kilian Fischhuber
2013   Kilian Fischhuber   Dmitri Sarafutdinov   Jakob Schubert
2015   Jan Hojer   Adam Ondra   Stefan Scarperi
2017   Jan Hojer   Alexander Megos   Anže Peharc

SpeedEdit

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1992   Kairat Rakhmetov   Cristian Brenna   Andrzej Marcisz
1996   Andrey Vedenmeer   Mathieu Dutray   Pavel Samoiline
1998   Tomasz Oleksy   Alexander Paukaev   Vladimir Zakharov
2000   Maksym Styenkovyy   Iakov Soubbotine   Alexander Chaoulsky
2002   Maksym Styenkovyy   Sergey Sinitcyn   Alexei Gadeev
2004   Alexander Peshekhonov   Maksym Styenkovyy   Alexander Chaoulsky
2006   Evgeny Vaitcekhovsky   Sergey Sinitcyn   Alexander Peshekhonov
2008   Evgeny Vaitcekhovsky   Maksym Osipov   Maksym Styenkovyy
2010   Sergey Abdrakhmanov   Stanislav Kokorin   Libor Hroza
2013   Libor Hroza   Marcin Dzienski   Danylo Boldyrev
2015   Libor Hroza   Danylo Boldyrev   Marcin Dzienski
2017   Marcin Dzienski   Danylo Boldyrev   Stanislav Kokorin

OverallEdit

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2017   Jan Hojer   Jakob Schubert   Michael Piccolruaz

Women's ResultsEdit

LeadEdit

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1992   Susi Good   Isabelle Patissier   Laurence Guyon
1996   Liv Sansoz   Laurence Guyon   Stéphanie Bodet
  Venera Chereshneva
1998   Muriel Sarkany   Venera Chereshneva   Liv Sansoz
2000   Katrin Sedlmayer   Stéphanie Bodet   Marietta Uhden
2002   Chloé Minoret   Martina Cufar   Sandrine Levet
  Muriel Sarkany
2004   Bettina Schöpf   Natalija Gros   Katharina Saurwein
2006   Charlotte Durif   Sandrine Levet   Maja Vidmar
2008   Johanna Ernst   Maja Vidmar   Mina Markovic
2010   Angela Eiter   Johanna Ernst   Alizée Dufraisse
2013   Dinara Fakhritdinova   Mina Markovic   Hélène Janicot
2015   Mina Markovic   Janja Garnbret   Jessica Pilz
2017   Anak Verhoeven   Mina Markovic   Jessica Pilz

BoulderingEdit

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2002   Sandrine Levet   Fanny Rogeaux   Vera Kotasova-Kostruhova
2004   Olga Bibik   Anna Stöhr   Corinne Theroux
2007   Juliette Danion   Olga Shalagina   Olga Bezhko
2008   Natalija Gros   Anna Stöhr   Hannah Midtboe
2010   Anna Stöhr   Juliane Wurm   Olga Shalagina
2013   Anna Stöhr   Mina Markovič   Mélanie Sandoz
2015   Juliane Wurm   Anna Stöhr   Katharina Saurwein
2017   Staša Gejo   Janja Garnbret   Petra Klingler

SpeedEdit

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1992   Elena Ovtchinnikova   Yulia Inozemtseva   Claudine Trecourt
1996   Cecile Avezou   Ameli Haager   Kim Anthoni
1998   Cecile Avezou   Olena Ryepko   Zosia Podgorbounskikh
2000   Olena Ryepko   Tatiana Ruyga   Zosia Podgorbounskikh
2002   Olena Ryepko   Olga Zakharova   Svetlana Sutkina
2004   Anna Stenkovaya   Valentina Yurina   Maya Piratinskaya
2006   Anna Stenkovaya   Kseniia Alekseeva   Valentina Yurina
2008   Edyta Ropek   Olga Morozkina   Anna Stenkovaya
2010   Edyta Ropek   Kseniia Alekseeva   Natalia Titova
2013   Anna Tsyganova   Aleksandra Rudzinska   Yulia Levochkina
2015   Anouck Jaubert   Yulia Kaplina   Maria Krasavina
2017   Yulia Kaplina   Anna Tsyganova   Elena Remizova

OverallEdit

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2017   Janja Garnbret   Petra Klingler   Staša Gejo

Medal summaryEdit

As 2015

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  France (FRA)1591236
2  Russia (RUS)10131942
3  Austria (AUT)85619
4  Ukraine (UKR)57517
5  Spain (ESP)4116
6  Germany (GER)3238
7  Poland (POL)3227
8  Czech Republic (CZE)26311
9  Slovenia (SLO)26210
10   Switzerland (SUI)2114
11  Italy (ITA)1427
12  Great Britain (GBR)1102
13  Belgium (BEL)1023
14  Kazakhstan (KAZ)1001
15  Finland (FIN)0101
Totals (15 nations)585858174

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Climbing Competitions' History". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
  2. ^ "UIAA European Championship - Frankfurt 1992". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
  3. ^ "European Championship - Paris 1996". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
  4. ^ "UIAA European Championship - Nürnberg (GER) 1998". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
  5. ^ "UIAA European Championship - München (GER) 2000". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
  6. ^ "UIAA European Championship - Chamonix (FRA) 2002". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
  7. ^ "UIAA European Championship - Lecco (ITA) 2004". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
  8. ^ "UIAA European Championship - Ekatarinburg (RUS) 2006". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
  9. ^ "IFSC European Boulder Championship - Birmingham (GBR) 2007". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
  10. ^ "IFSC European Championship - Paris (FRA) 2008". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
  11. ^ "European Championship - Imst/Innsbruck (AUT) 2010". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
  12. ^ "European Championship (L,S) - Chamonix (FRA) 2013". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 16 July 2013.
  13. ^ "European Championship (B) - Eindhoven (NED) 2013". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 2 September 2013.
  14. ^ "European Calendar". ifsc-climbing.org. Archived from the original on 7 October 2014. Retrieved 27 October 2014.
  15. ^ "European Championships 2015: information". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 6 March 2015.
  16. ^ IFSC ECH 2017: L, S
  17. ^ IFSC ECH 2017: B
  18. ^ a b c "European Council: competitions". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 17 May 2019.

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