European Short Track Speed Skating Championships

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The European Short Track Speed Skating Championships are a European short track speed skating event and held once a year in a different country.

Medal winners[edit]

Men's[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1997 Malmö Italy Fabio Carta Italy Mirko Vuillermin France Bruno Loscos
1998 Budapest Italy Fabio Carta Italy Michele Antonioli
Netherlands Dave Versteeg
1999 Oberstdorf Italy Fabio Carta Italy Nicola Franceschina Italy Michele Antonioli
2000 Bormio Italy Fabio Carta United Kingdom Nicky Gooch Italy Nicola Franceschina
2001 The Hague France Bruno Loscos Netherlands Cees Juffermans United Kingdom Nicky Gooch
2002 Grenoble Italy Fabio Carta Italy Nicola Rodigari France Bruno Loscos
2003 St. Petersburg Italy Fabio Carta Italy Michel Antonioli Italy Nicola Franceschina
2004 Zoetermeer Italy Nicola Rodigari Italy Fabio Carta Italy Nicola Franceschina
2005 Turin Italy Fabio Carta Germany Arian Nachbar Italy Nicola Franceschina
2006 Krynica-Zdrój Italy Nicola Rodigari Italy Fabio Carta Belgium Pieter Gysel
2007 Sheffield Italy Nicola Rodigari Belgium Pieter Gysel Italy Yuri Confortola
2008 Ventspils Latvia Haralds Silovs Netherlands Niels Kerstholt Italy Nicola Rodigari
2009 Turin Italy Nicola Rodigari Latvia Haralds Silovs Hungary Viktor Knoch
2010 Dresden Italy Nicola Rodigari France Thibaut Fauconnet France Maxime Chataignier
20111 Heerenveen Latvia Haralds Silovs Netherlands Sjinkie Knegt Russia Ruslan Zakharov
20122 Mlada Boleslav Netherlands Sjinkie Knegt Netherlands Niels Kerstholt Russia Semen Elistratov
2013 Malmö Netherlands Freek van der Wart Netherlands Sjinkie Knegt Russia Vladimir Grigorev
2014 Dresden Russia Viktor Ahn Russia Semen Elistratov Netherlands Niels Kerstholt

1 Thibaut Fauconnet of France was originally ranked first overall but was disqualified for failing drug tests.[1]
2 Thibaut Fauconnet was originally ranked third overall but was disqualified for failing drug tests.[2]

Women's[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1997 Malmö Italy Marinella Canclini Netherlands Ellen Wiegers Russia Elena Tikhanina
1998 Budapest Italy Marinella Canclini Germany Anke Jannie Landmann
Netherlands Ellen Wiegers
1999 Oberstdorf Italy Marinella Canclini Bulgaria Evgenia Radanova Netherlands Maureen de Lange
2000 Bormio Bulgaria Evgenia Radanova Italy Katia Zini Italy Evelina Rodigari
2001 The Hague Bulgaria Evgenia Radanova Italy Mara Zini France Stéphanie Bouvier
2002 Grenoble Bulgaria Evgenia Radanova Italy Mara Zini United Kingdom Joanna Williams
2003 St. Petersburg Bulgaria Evgenia Radanova France Stéphanie Bouvier Russia Nina Evteeva
2004 Zoetermeer Bulgaria Evgenia Radanova Russia Tatiana Borodulina Italy Marta Capurso
2005 Turin Russia Tatiana Borodulina Bulgaria Evgenia Radanova Italy Marta Capurso
2006 Krynica-Zdrój Bulgaria Evgenia Radanova Italy Arianna Fontana Italy Katia Zini
2007 Sheffield Bulgaria Evgenia Radanova France Stéphanie Bouvier Italy Katia Zini
2008 Ventspils Italy Arianna Fontana Bulgaria Evgenia Radanova Russia Nina Evteeva
2009 Turin Italy Arianna Fontana Czech Republic Kateřina Novotná France Stéphanie Bouvier
2010 Dresden Czech Republic Kateřina Novotná Italy Arianna Fontana United Kingdom Elise Christie
2011 Heerenveen Italy Arianna Fontana Hungary Bernadett Heidum Italy Martina Valcepina
2012 Mlada Boleslav Italy Arianna Fontana Netherlands Jorien ter Mors Italy Martina Valcepina
2013 Malmö Italy Arianna Fontana United Kingdom Elise Christie Netherlands Jorien Ter Mors
2014 Dresden[3] Netherlands Jorien ter Mors United Kingdom Elise Christie Italy Arianna Fontana

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