Individual Speedway European Championship

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The Individual Speedway European Championship was an annual individual speedway event held each year organized by the European Motorcycle Union (UEM) and held between 2001 and 2011 to determine the champion of Europe.

The minimum age of a rider to compete is 16 years of age (starting on the date of the rider's birthday).

The last winner was Emil Sayfutdinov from Russia (2014). In 2012 the single event was replaced by the Speedway European Championship series.

Winners[edit]

Year Venue Winners 2nd place 3rd place
2001 Belgium Heusden Zolder Czech Republic Bohumil Brhel (14 pts) Poland Mariusz Staszewski (13 pts) Poland Krzysztof Cegielski (12+3 pts)
2002 Poland Rybnik Sweden Magnus Zetterström (12+3 pts) Poland Krzysztof Kasprzak (12+2 pts) Poland Rafał Szombierski (11+3 pts)
2003 Czech Republic Slaný Poland Krzysztof Kasprzak (12+3 pts) Poland Sławomir Drabik (12+2 pts) Sweden Magnus Zetterström (11 pts)
2004 Denmark Holsted Slovenia Matej Žagar (14+3 pts) Slovenia Matej Ferjan (14+2 pts) Denmark Hans N. Andersen (12 pts)
2005 Italy Lonigo Denmark Jesper B. Jensen (14+3 pts) Czech Republic Aleš Dryml, Jr. (14+2 pts) Finland Kai Laukkanen (12 pts)
2006 Hungary Miskolc Poland Krzysztof Jabłoński (13+3 pts) Poland Grzegorz Walasek (13+2 pts) Germany Christian Hefenbrock (12 pts)
2007 Austria Wiener Neustadt Croatia Jurica Pavlic (14 pts) Poland Sebastian Ułamek (13 pts) Denmark Patrick Hougaard (11 pts)
2008 Slovenia Lendava Slovenia Matej Žagar (14 pts) Poland Sebastian Ułamek (10+3+3 pts) Denmark Mads Korneliussen (10+2+2+2)
2009 Russia Tolyatti Russia Renat Gafurov (13+3 pts) Ukraine Andriy Karpow (13+2 pts) Czech Republic Aleš Dryml, Jr. (13+1 pts)
2010 Poland Tarnów Poland Sebastian Ułamek (15 pts) Czech Republic Aleš Dryml, Jr. (12 pts) Ukraine Andrij Karpow (11+3 pts)
2011 Ukraine Rivne Russia Grigory Laguta (14+3 pts) Poland Tomasz Gapinski (14+2 pts) Czech Republic Aleš Dryml, Jr. (12 pts)
Year Venue Winners 2nd place 3rd place

Final series (since 2012)[edit]

Year Venue Winners Runner-up 3rd place
2012 Four events Czech Republic Aleš Dryml, Jr. (48 pts) Poland Robert Miskowiak (44 pts) Ukraine Andrij Karpow (43 pts)
2013 Four events Slovenia Martin Vaculik (47 pts) Denmark Nicki Pedersen (44 pts) Russia Grigory Laguta (42 pts)
2014 Four events Russia Emil Sayfutdinov (54 pts) Denmark Peter Kildemand (48 pts) Denmark Nicki Pedersen (44 pts)

Medals classification[edit]

Pos National Team Total Gold Silver Bronze
1.  Poland 13 3 8 2
2.  Russia 4 3 1
3.  Czech Republic 6 2 2 2
4.  Slovenia 3 2 1
5.  Denmark 7 1 2 4
6.  Sweden 2 1 1
7.  Croatia 1 1
 Slovakia 1 1
9.  Ukraine 3 1 2
10.  Finland 1 1
 Germany 1 1

See also[edit]