European Racquetball Championships

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The European Racquetball Championships are organized every two years by the European Racquetball Federation (ERF), since 1981, to determine the strongest national racquetball teams and individual male and female players in Europe.

European Racquetball Singles Championships
Year Host Men's Singles Ladies Singles
I 1981 Netherlands Netherlands Tony Luykx Netherlands Dineke Kool
II 1983 Germany Netherlands Tony Luykx Netherlands Dineke Kool
III 1985 Belgium Netherlands Arno Mooymann Netherlands Mirjam Wielheesen
IV 1987 Netherlands Netherlands Ronald de Zwijger Netherlands Dineke Kool
V 1989 France Netherlands Arno Mooymann Republic of Ireland Marie Duignan
VI 1991 Belgium Germany Joachim Loof Republic of Ireland Bobby Brennan
VII 1993 Germany Germany Joachim Loof Germany Andrea Gordon
VIII 1995 Ireland United Kingdom Adam Kane Republic of Ireland Kathleen Curran
IX 1997 Germany Germany Joachim Loof Belgium Brigitte Swolfs
X 1999 Germany Germany Joachim Loof Netherlands Daphne Wannee
XI 2001 Ireland Germany Joachim Loof Netherlands Daphne Wannee
XII 2003 Netherlands Germany Joachim Loof Republic of Ireland Joan Kennedy
XIII 2005 Germany Germany Joachim Loof France Marie-Josée Collet
XIV 2007 Italy Catalonia Victor Montserrat France Marie-Josée Collet
XV 2009 France Catalonia Victor Montserrat Catalonia Elisabeth Consegal
XVI 2011 Germany Germany Eric Gordon Germany Andrea Gordon
XVII 2013 Italy [1] Republic of Ireland Noel O'Callaghan Republic of Ireland Aisling Hickey
European Racquetball Doubles Championships
Year Host Men's Doubles Ladies Doubles
I 1981 Netherlands    -    -
II 1983 Germany    - Republic of Ireland Jennings/Cullinane
III 1985 Belgium    -    -
IV 1987 Netherlands Netherlands Mooymann/v. Doezum Netherlands Kool/Corsius
V 1989 France Germany Loof/Hayter Republic of Ireland Ryan/Curran
VI 1991 Belgium Republic of Ireland Ganonn/O'Gallaghan Republic of Ireland Brennan/Curran
VII 1993 Germany Germany Loof/Hayter Republic of Ireland Effernan/O'Farrell
VIII 1995 Ireland United Kingdom Kane/Shaw United Kingdom Hackett/Gourley
IX 1997 Germany Germany Loof/Hayter    -
X 1999 Germany Germany Loof/Hayter    -
XI 2001 Ireland Germany Loof/Hayter Netherlands Wannee/Tritsmans
XII 2003 Netherlands Netherlands Matla/Schipper Republic of Ireland Neary/Gibney
XIII 2005 Germany Germany Bertels/Klippel Republic of Ireland Gibney/Coffey
XIV 2007 Italy Republic of Ireland Neary/Hickey Republic of Ireland Farrel/Neary
XV 2009 France Republic of Ireland Farrell/Neary Republic of Ireland Neary/Byrne
XVI 2011 Germany Germany Loof/Meyer Republic of Ireland Haverty/Kenny
XVII 2013 Italy [1] Republic of Ireland Murphy/Quinn Republic of Ireland Hickey/Ryan
European Racquetball Team Championships
Year Host Men's Team Women's Team Overall/Combined
I 1981 Netherlands    -    - Netherlands Netherlands
II 1983 Germany Republic of Ireland Ireland Republic of Ireland Ireland Republic of Ireland Ireland
III 1985 Belgium Republic of Ireland Ireland Republic of Ireland Ireland Republic of Ireland Ireland
IV 1987 Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands
V 1989 France Netherlands Netherlands Republic of Ireland Ireland Netherlands Netherlands
VI 1991 Belgium Germany Germany Republic of Ireland Ireland Republic of Ireland Ireland
VII 1993 Germany Germany Germany Republic of Ireland Ireland Germany Germany
VIII 1995 Ireland United Kingdom Great Britain Republic of Ireland Ireland Republic of Ireland Ireland
IX 1997 Germany Germany Germany    - Germany Germany
X 1999 Germany Germany Germany    - Germany Germany
XI 2001 Ireland Republic of Ireland Ireland    - Republic of Ireland Ireland
XII 2003 Netherlands Republic of Ireland Ireland Republic of Ireland Ireland Republic of Ireland Ireland
XIII 2005 Germany Germany Germany Republic of Ireland Ireland Germany Germany
XIV 2007 Italy Republic of Ireland Ireland Republic of Ireland Ireland Republic of Ireland Ireland
XV 2009 France Catalonia Catalonia Catalonia Catalonia Catalonia Catalonia
XVI 2011 Germany Germany Germany Germany Germany Germany Germany
XVII 2013 Italy [2] Republic of Ireland Ireland Republic of Ireland Ireland Republic of Ireland Ireland

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