European U22 Beach Volleyball Championships

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European U22 Beach Volleyball Championships is a double-gender beach volleyball tournament for national U22 teams. It is organised annually by the European Volleyball Confederation (CEV). First held in 1999, it was originally an under-23 tournament until 2013 when it was restricted to athletes under the age of 22.[1]

Men's tournament[edit]

Results summary[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
2010[2] Greece
Kos,
Greece
Poland Poland
Michal Kadziola
Jakub Szalankiewicz
Germany Germany
Matthias Penk
Alexander Walkenhorst
Italy Italy
Paolo Nicolai
Paolo Ingrosso
2011[3] Portugal
Porto,
Portugal
Germany Germany
Lars Flüggen
Stefan Köhler
Poland Poland
Michal Kadziola
Jakub Szalankiewicz
Russia Russia
Sergey Kostyukhin
Ruslan Bykanov
2012[4] Netherlands
Assen,
Netherlands
Ukraine Ukraine
Sergiy Popov
Valeriy Samoday
Poland Poland
Bartosz Łosiak
Piotr Kantor
Belarus Belarus
Aliaksandr Dziadkou
Yauhen Vishneuski
2013[a] Bulgaria
Varna,
Bulgaria
Poland Poland
Bartosz Łosiak
Piotr Kantor
Norway Norway
Lars Fredrik Tvinde
Hendrik Mol
Poland Poland
Maciej Kosiak
Maciej Rudol
2014 Turkey
Fethiye,
Turkey
Norway Norway
Runar Sannarnes
Christian Sørum
Switzerland Switzerland
Nico Beeler
Marco Krattiger
Austria Austria
Christoph Dressler
Benedikt Kattner
2015 Portugal
Macedo de Cavaleiros,
Portugal
Poland Poland
Michał Bryl
Kacper Kujawiak
France France
Romain Di Giantommaso
Maxime Thiercy
Russia Russia
Igor Velichko
Maxim Sivolap
2016 Greece
Thessaloniki,
Greece
Norway Norway
Anders Mol
Christian Sørum
Austria Austria
Moritz Pristauz
Maximilian Trummer
France France
Arnaud Gauthier-Rat
Arnaud Loiseau
2017 Austria
Baden,
Austria
Russia Russia
Oleg Stoyanovskiy
Artem Yarzutkin
Norway Norway
Mathias Berntsen
Anders Mol
Austria Austria
Moritz Pristauz
Paul Buchegger
2018 Latvia
Jūrmala,
Latvia
Latvia Latvia
Kristaps Šmits
Mihails Samoilovs
Spain Spain
Alejandro Huerta
Javier Huerta
Lithuania Lithuania
Audrius Knašas
Patrikas Stankevičius
2019 Turkey
Antalya,
Turkey
Russia Russia
Alexey Gusev
Pavel Shustrov
Germany Germany
Lukas Pfretzschner
Robin Sowa
France France
Timothée Platre
Théo Faure

Notes:

  1. ^ From 2013 onwards, the tournament was changed from U23 to U22.[1]

Women's tournament[edit]

Results summary[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
2010[5] Greece
Kos,
Greece
Czech Republic Czech Republic
Kristýna Kolocová
Markéta Sluková
Italy Italy
Marta Menegatti
Laura Giombini
Russia Russia
Elizaveta Ryabova
Irina Chaika
2011[6] Portugal
Porto,
Portugal
Netherlands Netherlands
Rimke Braakman
Michelle Stiekema
Poland Poland
Kinga Kołosińska
Monika Brzostek
Germany Germany
Chantal Laboureur
Kira Walkenhorst
2012[7] Netherlands
Assen,
Netherlands
Germany Germany
Chantal Laboureur
Kira Walkenhorst
Russia Russia
Irina Chaika
Yulia Abalakina
Germany Germany
Christine Aulenbrock
Victoria Bieneck
2013[a] Bulgaria
Varna,
Bulgaria
Switzerland Switzerland
Nina Betschart
Anouk Vergé-Dépré
Spain Spain
Ángela Lobato
Paula Soria
Czech Republic Czech Republic
Hana Třešňáková
Eliška Gálová
2014 Turkey
Fethiye,
Turkey
Poland Poland
Karolina Baran
Jagoda Gruszczyńska
Poland Poland
Katarzyna Kociołek
Dorota Strąg
Switzerland Switzerland
Nicole Eiholzer
Dunja Gerson
2015 Portugal
Macedo de Cavaleiros,
Portugal
Switzerland Switzerland
Nina Betschart
Nicole Eiholzer
Poland Poland
Katarzyna Kociołek
Dorota Strąg
Lithuania Lithuania
Monika Povilaitytė
Ieva Dumbauskaitė
2016 Greece
Thessaloniki,
Greece
Latvia Latvia
Anastasija Kravčenoka
Tīna Graudiņa
Poland Poland
Katarzyna Kociołek
Jagoda Gruszczyńska
Germany Germany
Lisa Arnholdt
Nadja Glenzke
2017 Austria
Baden,
Austria
Russia Russia
Nadezda Makroguzova
Svetlana Kholomina
Romania Romania
Adriana Matei
Beata Vaida
Germany Germany
Lisa Arnholdt
Leonie Welsch
2018 Latvia
Jūrmala,
Latvia
Russia Russia
Nadezda Makroguzova
Svetlana Kholomina
Latvia Latvia
Anastasija Kravčenoka
Tīna Graudiņa
Spain Spain
Daniela Álvarez
María Belén Carro
2019 Turkey
Antalya,
Turkey
Russia Russia
Mariia Bocharova
Maria Voronina
Germany Germany
Julika Hoffmann
Sarah Schulz
Spain Spain
Daniela Álvarez
María Belén Carro

Notes:

  1. ^ From 2013 onwards, the tournament was changed from U23 to U22.[1]

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia (RUS)5139
2 Poland (POL)46111
3 Germany (GER)2349
4 Norway (NOR)2204
5  Switzerland (SUI)2114
6 Latvia (LAT)2103
7 Czech Republic (CZE)1012
8 Netherlands (NED)1001
 Ukraine (UKR)1001
10 Spain (ESP)0224
11 Austria (AUT)0123
 France (FRA)0123
13 Italy (ITA)0112
14 Romania (ROM)0101
15 Lithuania (LIT)0022
16 Belarus (BLR)0011
Totals (16 nations)20202060

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Competition History". European Volleyball Confederation. Retrieved December 25, 2018.
  2. ^ "2010 CEV U23 Beach Volleyball European Championship: Results - Men". European Volleyball Confederation. Retrieved December 25, 2018.
  3. ^ "2011 CEV U23 Beach Volleyball European Championship: Results - Men". European Volleyball Confederation. Retrieved December 25, 2018.
  4. ^ "2012 CEV U23 Beach Volleyball European Championship: Results - Men". European Volleyball Confederation. Retrieved December 25, 2018.
  5. ^ "2010 CEV U23 Beach Volleyball European Championship: Results - Women". European Volleyball Confederation. Retrieved December 25, 2018.
  6. ^ "2011 CEV U23 Beach Volleyball European Championship: Results - Women". European Volleyball Confederation. Retrieved December 25, 2018.
  7. ^ "2012 CEV U23 Beach Volleyball European Championship: Results - Women". European Volleyball Confederation. Retrieved December 25, 2018.

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