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European Kids Teams - Under 16

 

Gli European Youth Championships sono stati organizzati dalla Federazione Europea a partire dal 1968 per iniziativa di André Boekhorst e si disputano ogni anno pari

Gli European Youth Championships vengono disputati ogni due anni ed ogni Paese può presentare una sola squadra open composta da giocatori under 26 e, dal 1994 un'altra composta da under 21, nonché, dal 2004, una squadra femminile di under 26 e dal 2008 una Squadra Ragazzi Under 16.

Le prime squadre classificate acquisiscono il diritto a rappresentare l'Europa nei World Youth Team Championship che sono invece organizzati dalla World Bridge Federation.

Alla Squadra Under 26 vincitrice di ogni edizione viene assegnato il David Pigot Trophy

Alla Squadra Under 21 vincitrice di ogni edizione viene assegnato il José Damiani Trophy

 The European Youth Team Championships is the flagship competition of the EBL youth programmes. It comprises three series, one for Juniors players (up to 25 years), one for Youngsters players (up to 20 years) and one for young Girls (up to 25 years). Each EBL member country is entitled to enter one (national) team in each series. The format is a simple round-robin (all play all), at the end of which the team with most points gets the European crown. The top teams in the Junior series also earn the right to represent Europe in the World Youth Team Championship, arranged as a interzonal competition by the World Bridge Federation

The competition was founded by EBL Youth Committee Chairman André Boekhorst in 1968 when the first event was held in Prague , capital of Czechoslovakia at the time, with the Juniors series only. It has continued as a biennial event held every even-numbered year ever since. In 1994, EBL Youth Committee Chairman Panos Gerontopoulos proposed the establishment of the Youngsters series to accommodate younger players. The Girls series was added in 2004. The Kids series was added in 2008

Two prominent members of the international bridge community have donated the Trophies to be awarded to the winning teams. David Pigot is the honor of the European Juniors Team Championship , while the winner of the European Youngsters Team Championship receives the José Damiani Trophy

 

 2008 (14 - 28 giugno) - PAU (Francia) - 8 squadre
1 - FRANCIA Fabrice Charignon, Gregoire Lafont, Edouard du Corail, Pierre Coutreau
2 - SVEZIA Mikael Gronkvist, Ida Gronkvist, Mikael Rimstedt, Ola Rimstedt
3 - GERMANIA Niko Ertel, Katharina Kaeppel, Anne Heim, Marie Eggeling, Rudolph Alona, Dominique Kaeppel
L' Italia giunge 5ª con una Squadra maschile e 8ª con una femminile
   

2015 (18 - 22 luglio) - Tromsö (Norvegia) - 12 squadre

1 - POLONIA Roland Lippik (cng), Marcin Dobrowolski (coach), Maciej Kedzierski, Kacper Kopka, Michal Kuczkowski, Michal Maszenda, Mateusz Slusziniak, Oskar Trybus
2 - FRANCIA Cristophe Oursel (cng), Maxence Fragola, Romaric Guth, Hugo Rabourdin, Clement Teil
3 - SVEZIA Per Leandersson (cng), Hans-Ove Sandin (coach), Willelm Berner, Sanna Clementsson, Erik Hansson, Castor Mann, Alexander Sandin
L' Italia non partecipa

 

2017 (8 - 15 luglio) - Šamorin (Slovacchia) - 16 squadre

1 - POLONIA Marcin Kuflowski (coach), Roland Lippik (cng), Kacper Kuflowski, Franciszek Kurlit, Przemyslaw Pasinski, Adam Pigulski, Maciej Racewicz, Bartosz Zbik
2 - ISRAELE Moshiko Meyouhas (cng), Gal Matatyahou, Ofek Sabbah, Daniel Mesika, Noam Berger, Yonatan Slivovich, Shahar Dank
3 - FRANCIA Benoit Deveze (cng), Clement Teil, Leo Rombaut, Arthur Libbrecht, Romain Bloch
L'Italia arriva decima

 

2019 (4 - 11 luglio) - Stokke (Norvegia) - 18 squadre

1 - ISRAELE Danny Loonstein (cng), Daniel Mesika, Noam Berger, Lavi Batzia Greenberg, Ido Moskovitz, Ofek Sabbah, Tal Samoelov
2 - DANIMARCA Morten R. Bune (cng), Torsten E. Rasmussen (coach), Aron Tylvad, Daniel Tylvald, Georg Wurtz, Amalie Rosa Brune, Line Henriksen, Alma Ertbjerg Rasmussen
3 - INGHILTERRA Giorgio Provenza (cng), Laura Covill (coach), Jasmine Bakhshi, Dido Mari Mirabelle Coley, Jamie Fegarty, Kimberley Rachel Hudson, Henry Rose, Theodore Cosmo Sinclair
L'Italia non partecipa

 

2021 - cancellato per pandemia

 

2022 (19 - 26 luglio) - Veldhoven (Olanda) - 15 squadre

1 - POLONIA Michal Wrobel (cng), Aleks Bukat, Krzysztof Cichy, Kacper Kuflowski, Franciszek Kurlit, Michal Stasik, Joanna Zalewska
2 - INGHILTERRA Michael Byrne (cng), Henri Rose, Andrew Cope, Jamie Fegarty, Liam Fegarty, Thomas Gardner, Imogene La Chapelle
3 - OLANDA Rik Verbeek (cng), Berend Van den Bos (coach), Xavier Friesen, Ronald Goor, Sander Goor, Noa Kant, Reinder Van Der Weide, Tobias Westerveld
L'Italia non partecipa

 

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