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European Championship 1990
Lund, Sweden

OPEN

1. Jorgen Sundqvist (SWE)
2. Fredrik Johansson (SWE)
3. Anders Ekestubbe (SWE)
      
Teams

1. Sweden
2. Finland
3. France


European Championship 1992
Brno, Czecho-Slovakia

OPEN
1. Mikael Kratz (SWE)
2. Patrik Danielsson(SWE)
3. Anders Ekestubbe (SWE)
       Teams
1. Sweden
2. Czecho-Slovakia
3. Finland



European Championship 2006
Skalica, Slovakia

OPEN
1. Alexey Zakharov (RUS)
2. Lukas Turon (CZE)
3. Edgars Caics (LAT)
       Ladies
1. Alexandra Belevina (RUS)
2. Marie Vargova (CZE)
3. Tereza Krausova (CZE)
       Juniors
1. Edgars Caics (LAT)
2. Lukas Turon (CZE)
3. Michal Hvizd (CZE)

Veterans
1. Pavel Plesak (CZE)
2. Alexander Zaytsev (RUS)
3. Alexander Kosyrev (RUS)
      
Teams
1. Czech Republic
2. Russia
3. Latvia
      
Ladies Teams
1. Czech Republic
2. Latvia
3. Hungary



European Championship 2008
Riga, Latvia

OPEN
1. Ahti Lampi (FIN)
2. Roni Nuttunen (FIN)
3. Atis Silis (LAT)
       Ladies
1. Maria Yalbacheva (RUS)
2. Minerva Martiskainen (FIN)
3. Mariya Miloradova (RUS)
       Juniors
1. Ahti Lampi (FIN)
2. Alexander Miloradov (RUS)
3. Petr Tmej (CZE)

Veterans
1. Pavel Plesak (CZE)
2. Dmitriy Petrov (RUS)
3. Alexandr Kosyrev (RUS)
      
Teams
1. Finland
2. Sweden
3. Czech Republic
      
Ladies Teams
1. Russia
2. Finland
3. Latvia

Veteran Teams
1. Sweden
2. Russia
3. Czech Republic



European Championship 2010
Overum, Sweden

OPEN
1. Ahti Lampi (FIN)
2. Alexey Zaharov (RUS)
3. Hans Osterman (SWE)
       Ladies
1. Maria Yalbacheva (RUS)
2. Mariya Miloradova (RUS)
3. Elena Nikitina (RUS)
      Juniors
1. Matiss Saulitis (LAT)
2. Dmitriy Koshman (RUS)
3. Alexey Shikerin (RUS)

Veterans
1. Janne Kokko (FIN)
2. Alexandr Zaytsev (RUS)
3. Dmitriy Petrov (RUS)

Teams
1. Sweden
2. Russia
3. Latvia

Ladies Teams
1. Russia
2. Latvia
3. Sweden

Veteran Teams
1. Russia
2. Czech Republic
3. Sweden

Junior Teams
1. Russia
2. Latvia
3. Finland