1989-2016: Ranking list of European Championships

Who will reach for the gold in 2016?

 

XI EC 2014 Prague, Czech Republic

1. Belarus
2. Belgium
3. Catalonia
4. Russia
5. Slovakia
6. Czech Republic
7. Israel
8. Norway
9. Basque Country

X EC – 2012 Brest, Belarus

1. Belgium
2. Czech Republic
3. Russia
4. Catalonia
5. Belarus
6. Slovakia
7. Norway
8. Ossetia South
9. Latvia

IX EC – 2010. Kaliningrad / Gusev, Russia

1. Russia
2. Belgium
3. Czech Republic
4. Belarus
5. Latvia
6. Catalonia
7. Ossetia South
8. Israel
9. Kyrgyzstan
10. Ukraine
11. Abkhazia

VIII EC – 2008 Liège, Belgium

1. Russia
2. Czech Republic
3. Belarus
4. Belgium
5. Ukraine
6. France
7. Norway
8. Catalonia

VII EC – 2006 av Santa Coloma, Catalonia

1. Russia
2. Catalonia
3. Czech Republic
4. Belgium
5. Norway
6. Italy
7. St-Helen
8. Euskadi
9. Israel
10. Australia

VI – EC – 2004. Baranovichi, Belarus

1. Belarus
2. Czech Republic
3. Russia
4. Ukraine
5. Belgium
6. Armenia
7. Catalonia
8. Norway

V EC – 1998. Puchov, Slovakia

1. Russia
2. Spain
3. Slovakia
4. Belarus
5. Czech Republic
6. France
7. Portugal
8. Belgium

IV – EM – 1995 Casablanca / Rabat / Kenitra, Morocco

1. Slovakia
2. Marocco
3. Russia
4. Czech Republic
5. Portugal
6. Spain
7. Israel
8. Belarus
9. France
10. Moldavia

III EC – 1992, Porto, Portugal

1. Spain
2. Russia
3. Portugal
4. Israel
5. Slovakia
6. Italy
7. Moldavia
8. France
9. Belarus
10. England

II EC – 1990, Porto, Portugal

1. Portugal
2. Czechoslovakia
3. Spain
4. England
5. Israel
6. Holland
7. Hungary
8. Italy

I  EC – 1989, Madrid, Spain

1. Portugal
2. Spain
3. Czechoslovakia
4. Israel
5. Holland
6. Italy
7. France
8. Hungary