Russia national korfball team

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Russia
Korfball Russia.png
AssociationRussian Korfball Federation
IKF membership1997
IKF codeRUS Russia
IKF rank11 (Jan. 2017)
World Championships
Appearances2
First appearance2007
Best result6th place, 2007, 2011
World Games
Appearances2
First appearance2009
Best result4th place
European Championships
Appearances4
First appearance2006
Best result6th place, 2014
European Bowl
Appearances1
First appearance2005
Best result2nd place, 2005
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The Russia national korfball team is managed by the Russian Korfball Federation (RKF), representing Russia in korfball international competitions.

Tournament history[edit]

World Championships[1]
Year Championship Host Classification
2007 8th World Championship Brno (Czech Republic) 6th place
2011 9th World Championship Shaoxing (China) 6th place
2015 10th World Championship Antwerp (Belgium) 8th place
World Games
Year Championship Host Classification
2009 8th World Games Kaohsiung (Taiwan) 4th place
2013 9th World Games Cali (Colombia) 6th place
European Championships[2]
Year Championship Host Classification
2006 3rd European Championship Budapest (Hungary) 7th place
2010 4th European Championship (Netherlands) 8th place
2014 5th European Championship Maia (Portugal) 6th place
2016 6th European Championship Dordrecht (Netherlands) 8th place
European Bowl
Year Championship Host Classification
2005 1st European Bowl Terrassa (Catalonia) 2nd place

Current squad[edit]

National team at 2011 World Championship

  • Elena Davydova
  • Elena Dorogavtseva
  • Anastasia Gerasimova
  • Nataliia Igrashkina
  • Marina Odereeva
  • Elena Razina
  • Anastasia Spiridonova
  • Zoya Yagudaeva
 
  • Alexander Rodin
  • Dmitry Kazachkov
  • Dmitry Petrukhin
  • Sergey Usachev
  • Pavel Mazaev
  • Alexander Artamonov
  • Bogdan Bezotosnyy
  • Denis Polulyakh

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The history of the IKF and the IKF World Championship" (PDF). IKF. Archived from the original (PDF) on 20 September 2013.
  2. ^ "The history of the IKF European Championship" (PDF). IKF. Archived from the original (PDF) on 20 September 2013.

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