2011 IPC Ice Sledge Hockey European Championships

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2011 IPC Ice Sledge Hockey European Championships
Tournament details
Host country  Sweden
Dates February 12–20, 2011
Teams 10
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions Gold medal blank.svg  Italy (1st title)
Runner-up Silver medal blank.svg  Czech Republic
Third place Bronze medal blank.svg  Norway
Fourth place  Estonia
Tournament statistics
Matches played 29
Goals scored 210 (7.24 per match)
Scoring leader(s) Germany Udo Segreff (24 points)[1]
Sollefteå, Sweden

The 3rd IPC Ice Sledge Hockey European Championships is held between February 12, 2011 and February 20, 2011 at Niphallen in Sollefteå, Sweden. Participating 130 athletes from ten nations: Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia and Sweden.[2][3]

The 2011 European Championships is held as part of the 2011 Paralympic Winter World Cup (PWWC 2011), which also includes alpine skiing, biathlon and cross-country skiing.[4]

In the Championships' second match, Norway's sledge hockey team set an international sledge hockey scoring record with 21–0.[5] The Swedish team set a new scoring record in the classification semifinals, with 23–0.

There was one woman competing at the Championships, the Netherland's goalkeeper Betty Meijer.

Team rosters[edit]

 Czech Republic[6]  Estonia[7]  Germany[8][9]  Great Britain[10]  Italy[9][11]

Jiří Berger
Erik Fojtík
Michal Geier
Zdeněk Hábl
Miroslav Hrbek
Zdeněk Klíma
Zdeněk Krupička
Pavel Kubeš
Tomáš Kvoch
Jan Matoušek
David Palát
Jiří Raul
Zdeněk Šafránek
Michal Vápenka

Tarmo Eerma
Valeri Falkenberg
Kaido Kalm
Tarmo Kolk
Meelis Koppelmann
Ivar Liiv
Alar Õige
Arvi Piirioja
Imre Tiitsu
Margus Vasar

Gerd Bleidorn
Sebastian Disveld
Torsten Elmer
Marius Hattendorf
Sebastian Kessler
Marco Lahrs
Robert Pabst
Jean Luca Pankowsky
Frank Rennhack
Udo Segreff
Lucas Sklorz
Sven Stumpe
Lars Uhlemann
Jörg Wedde

Bryan Hackworth
Callum Shakespeare
Duncan Slater
Gary Farmer
Karl Nicholson
Lee Coupe
Mark Briggs
Martin Austin
Martyn Compton
Matt Clarkson
Matt Coleman
Matt Lloyd
Rob Gaze
Simon Berry
Steve Brown

Gabriele Araudo
Bruno Balossetti
Gianluigi Cavaliere
Andrea Chiarotti
Giuseppe Condello
Greg Leperdy
Andrea Macrì
Florian Planker
Roberto Radice
Gianluigi Rosa
Igor Stella
Santino Stillitano
Werner Winkler

 Netherlands[12][13]  Norway[14]  Poland[15]  Russia[16][17]  Sweden

Bas Akkerman
Sander Maan
Betty Meijer
Arthur Overtoom
Jurrian Raa
Sebastiaan Raayman
Melvin Smid
Michael ten Hoeve
Herman van Dorsten

Ole Bjarte Austevoll
Audun Bakke
Helge Bjornstad
Magnus Bøgle
Kjell Christian Hamar
Thomas Jacobsen
Loyd Remi Johansen
Roger Johansen
Jan Roger Klakegg
Knut Andre Nordstoga
Rolf Einar Pedersen
Tor Joakim Rivera
Stig Tore Svee
Morten Vaernes

Sylwester Czyż
Jarosław Czyżewski
Radosław Drapała
Sylwester Flis
Rafał Fusiek
Marcin Hebda
Zbigniew Kępiński
Jacek Kozłowski
Jan Maliszak
Andrzej Młynarczyk
Mateusz Szczygielski
Piotr Truszkowski
Jerzy Wójcikowski
Krzysztof Wojtaszek
Tomasz Woźny
Arkadiusz Zoga

Aleksey Amosov
Maxim Andrianov
Andrey Dvinyaninov
Mikhail Ivanov
Maxim Kuzminich
Ivan Kuzněcov
Dimitry Lisov
Kostantin Lobanov
Aleksei Lysov
Evgeny Petrov
Sergey Pudov
Vadim Selyukin
Pavel Shirobokov
Pavel Šklyajev
Ruslan Tuchin

Marcus Holm
Niklas Ingvarsson
Per Kasperi
Rasmus Lundgren
Ulf Nilsson
Niklas Rakos
Danne Svensson
Anders Wistrand

Group round[edit]

[18][19]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L GF GA GD Pts
 Norway 4 4 0 44 3 +41 12
 Estonia 4 3 1 27 8 +19 8
 Germany 4 2 2 34 8 +26 7
 Great Britain 4 1 3 1 56 -55 3
 Netherlands 4 0 4 0 31 -31 0
Sat February 12, 2011
17:00 (UTC+1)
 Germany 10 – 0
( 4-0 , 4-0 , 2-0 )
 Netherlands Niphallen, Sollefteå
Sat February 12, 2011
20:30 (UTC+1)
 Norway 5 – 2
( 2-0 , 2-1 , 1-1 )
 Estonia Niphallen, Sollefteå
Sun February 13, 2011
17:00 (UTC+1)
 Great Britain 1 – 0
( 1-0 , 0-0 , 0-0 )
 Netherlands Niphallen, Sollefteå
Mon February 14, 2011
10:00 (UTC+1)
 Germany 3 – 4 GWS
( 2-1 , 1-0 , 0-2 )
(OT: 0–0)
(SO: 0–1)
 Estonia Niphallen, Sollefteå
Mon February 14, 2011
13:30 (UTC+1)
 Norway 21 – 0
( 7-0 , 6-0 , 8-0 )
 Great Britain Niphallen, Sollefteå
Tue February 15, 2011
10:00 (UTC+1)
 Norway 14 – 0
( 7-0 , 2-0 , 5-0 )
 Netherlands Niphallen, Sollefteå
Wed February 16, 2011
10:00 (UTC+1)
 Estonia 6 – 0
( 4-0 , 0-0 , 2-0 )
 Netherlands Niphallen, Sollefteå
Wed February 16, 2011
13:30 (UTC+1)
 Germany 20 – 0
( 8-0 , 7-0 , 5-0 )
 Great Britain Niphallen, Sollefteå
Thu February 17, 2011
10:00 (UTC+1)
 Norway 4 – 1
( 1-1 , 1-0 , 2-0 )
 Germany Niphallen, Sollefteå
Thu February 17, 2011
13:30 (UTC+1)
 Estonia 15 – 0
( 5-0 , 6-0 , 4-0 )
 Great Britain Niphallen, Sollefteå

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L GF GA GD Pts
 Czech Republic 4 4 0 20 3 +17 12
 Italy 4 3 1 9 5 +4 8
 Sweden 4 2 2 9 10 -1 7
 Russia 4 1 3 6 14 -8 3
 Poland 4 0 4 7 19 -12 0
Sat February 12, 2011
10:00 (UTC+1)
 Italy 3 – 0
( 1-0 , 1-0 , 1-0 )
 Russia Niphallen, Sollefteå
Sat February 12, 2011
13.30 (UTC+1)
 Czech Republic 7 – 0
( 4-0 , 2-0 , 1-0 )
 Sweden Niphallen, Sollefteå
Sun February 13, 2011
20:30 (UTC+1)
 Poland 2 – 4
( 0-2 , 1-0 , 1-2 )
 Russia Niphallen, Sollefteå
Mon February 14, 2011
17:00 (UTC+1)
 Italy 1 – 0
( 0-0 , 0-0 , 0-0 )
(OT: 0–0)
(SO: 1–0)
 Sweden Niphallen, Sollefteå
Mon February 14, 2011
20:30 (UTC+1)
 Czech Republic 3 – 1
( 1-0 , 1-0 , 1-1 )
 Poland Niphallen, Sollefteå
Tue February 15, 2011
13:30 (UTC+1)
 Sweden 2 – 0
( 1-0 , 1-0 , 0-0 )
 Russia Niphallen, Sollefteå
Wed February 16, 2011
17:00 (UTC+1)
 Czech Republic 7 – 2
( 4-0 , 3-1 , 0-1 )
 Russia Niphallen, Sollefteå
Attendance: 20[16]
Wed February 16, 2011
20:30 (UTC+1)
 Italy 5 – 2
( 2-0 , 3-2 , 0-0 )
 Poland Niphallen, Sollefteå
Thu February 17, 2011
17:00 (UTC+1)
 Czech Republic 3 – 0
( 2-0 , 0-0 , 1-0 )
 Italy Niphallen, Sollefteå
Thu February 17, 2011
20:30 (UTC+1)
 Sweden 7 – 2
( 2-1 , 2-0 , 3-1 )
 Poland Niphallen, Sollefteå

Classification round[edit]

Ninth place game[edit]

Fri February 18, 2011
17:00 (UTC+1)
 Netherlands 0 – 2
( 0-0 , 0-1 , 0-1 )
 Poland Niphallen, Sollefteå

Classification semifinals[edit]

Sat February 19, 2011
10:00 (UTC+1)
 Germany 4–0
( 2-0 , 1-0 , 1-0 )
 Russia Niphallen, Sollefteå
Sat February 19, 2011
13:30 (UTC+1)
 Sweden 23 – 0
( 9-0 , 9-0 , 5-0 )
 Great Britain Niphallen, Sollefteå

Seventh place game[edit]

Sun February 20, 2011
10:00 (UTC+1)
 Great Britain 1 – 7
( 0-0 , 0-4 , 1-3 )
 Russia Niphallen, Sollefteå

Fifth place game[edit]

Sun February 20, 2011
13:30 (UTC+1)
 Germany 1 – 5
( 1-1 , 0-1 , 0-3 )
 Sweden Niphallen, Sollefteå

Medal round[edit]

  Semifinal                    
  A1   Norway 1  
  B2   Italy 2   Gold medal final
      B1   Czech Republic 0
  Semifinal   B2   Italy 2
  B1   Czech Republic
  A2   Estonia   Bronze medal match
      Norway 4
      Estonia 0

Semifinals[edit]

Sat February 19, 2011
17:00 (UTC+1)
 Norway 1 – 2
( 1-1 , 0-0 , 0-1 )
 Italy Niphallen, Sollefteå
Attendance: 50[21]
Sat February 19, 2011
20:30 (UTC+1)
 Czech Republic 1 – 0
( 0-0 , 0-0 , 1-0 )
 Estonia Niphallen, Sollefteå
Attendance: 20[22]

Bronze medal game[edit]

Sun February 20, 2011
17:00 (UTC+1)
 Norway 4 – 0
( 2-0 , 1-0 , 1-0 )
 Estonia Niphallen, Sollefteå
Attendance: 50[23]

Gold medal game[edit]

Sun February 20, 2011
20:30 (UTC+1)
 Czech Republic 0 – 2
( 0-1 , 0-0 , 0-1 )
 Italy Niphallen, Sollefteå


 2011 Ice Sledge Hockey European Champions 

Italy
1st title

Final standings[edit]

The final standings of the tournament.

Rank Team
1  Italy
2  Czech Republic
3  Norway
4  Estonia
5  Sweden
6  Germany
7  Russia
8  Great Britain
9  Poland
10  Netherlands

References[edit]

  1. ^ Scoringleaders, PWWC 2011
  2. ^ 10 Days to Ice Sledge Hockey European Championships, International Paralympic Committee (IPC), 2 February 2011
  3. ^ Tio nationer anmälda till EM i kälkhockey (Swedish), Svenska Handikappidrottsförbundet och Sveriges Paralympiska Kommitté (SHIF), 19 November 2010
  4. ^ Crown Princess Victoria To Sollefteå, Svenska Handikappidrottsförbundet och Sveriges Paralympiska Kommitté (SHIF), January 5, 2011
  5. ^ Seier og scoringsrekord for kjelkehockey landslaget (Norwegian), Olympiatoppen, February 15, 2011
  6. ^ Sledge hokej: Češi obhájili stříbro (Czech), kolinsky.denik.cz, February 21, 2011
  7. ^ Kelguhoki koondis sõidab täna EM-ile (Estonian), uudisvoog.postimees.ee, February 11, 2011
  8. ^ Sledge-Eishockey-EM vor dem Start, 1asport.de, February 3, 2011
  9. ^ a b Eishockey der etwas anderen Art in Neumarkt (German), sportnews.bz, January 27, 2011
  10. ^ Sledge hockey squad for European championships, British Sledge Hockey Association
  11. ^ Manca poco all'Europeo di Ice Sledge Hockey (Italian), superabile.it, February 3, 2011
  12. ^ Sledgehockeyers naar Zweden (Dutch), ijshockey.com, February 11, 2010
  13. ^ IPC Ice Sledge Hockey Classification Master List, IPC Ice Sledge Hockey
  14. ^ Uttak EM kjelkehockey, Aftenposten, February 7, 2011
  15. ^ Mistrzostwa Europy 2011 - Ice Sledge Hockey (Polish), atak.pl, February 16, 2011
  16. ^ a b CZE 7:2 RUS, Onlajny.cz
  17. ^ IPC Ice Sledge Hockey Classification Master List 2011 02 23, IPC Ice Sledge Hockey
  18. ^ Paralympic Winter World Cup, Svenska Handikappidrottsförbundet och Sveriges Paralympiska Kommitté (SHIF)
  19. ^ 2011 IPC ISH European Championships - Competition and Training Schedule, IPC Ice Sledge Hockey
  20. ^ Campionati Europei di Ice sledge hockey: gli azzurri superano la Russia 3 a 0 nel match d'esordio. A segno Winkler, Rosa e Planker (Italian), Italian Paralympic Committee, February 14, 2011
  21. ^ NOR 1:2 ITA, Lajfy.pl
  22. ^ CZE 1:0 EST, Lajfy.pl
  23. ^ NOR 4:0 EST, Onlajny.cz

External links[edit]

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