LOGOs and MASCOTs
of Selected Sport Games and Sports


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Under continuous development since November 29th, 1997 (Last Update: February 25th, 2008) Aleksandr Vernik
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UNIVERSIADES:

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Logo of the International University Sport Federation

N Year City. Country. Logo Mascot
The Summer Universiades: (return to the top of the page)
1 1959 Turin. Italy. Logo -
2 1961 Sofia. Bulgaria. Logo
L
-
3 1963 Porto Alegre. Brasil. Logo -
4 1965 Budapest. Hungary. Logo -
5 1967 Tokyo. Japan. Logo -
6 1970 Turin. Italy. Logo -
7 1973 Moscow. USSR. Logo
L
Mascot - Sineglazka, the Girl
8 1975 Rome. Italy. Logo -
9 1977 Sofia. Bulgaria. Logo
L
Mascot - Rosa-Patronessa, the Girl
10 1979 Mexico City. Mexico. Logo
L
Mascot - The Dove
11 1981 Bucharest. Romania. Logo -
12 1983 Edmonton. Canada. Logo
L
Mascot - Wugie the Owl; Wugie stands for World University Games in Edmonton; an owl is official bird of Alberta
13 1985 Kobe. Japan. Logo
L
Mascot - Unitan the Crane;
M
14 1987 Zagreb. Yugoslavia. Logo
L
Mascot - Zagy the Squirrel
15 1989 Duisburg. Germany. Logo -
16 1991 Sheffield. United Kingdom. Logo -
17 1993 Buffalo. USA. Logo
L
Mascot - The buffalo
18 1995 Fukuoka. Japan. Logo Mascot - Kapapoo, a motif of a unicorn, a mythical European creature;
M
19 1997 Sicily. Italy. Logo
L
Mascot - Archimede the donkey
20 1999 Palma de Mallorca. Spain. Logo Mascot - Siulo, a cartoon character based on the typical ancient Mallorcan toys, the Siurells
21 2001 Beijing. PR of China. Logo Mascot - Lala the Chinese alligator
22 2003 Daegu. South Korea. Logo Mascot - Dreami the Cyber, a cyber being;
M, M
23 2005 Izmir. Turkey. Logo Mascot - Efe the Halcyon Smyrnensis, a rare migrating bird of the Izmir Bird Paradise
24 2007 Bangkok. Thailand. Logo Mascot - The rabbit
25 2009 Belgrade. Serbia and Montenegro. Logo Mascot - The sparrow
26 2011 Shenzhen. PR of China. Logo -
Happy U

NEW! (Feb. 5)
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Bids:
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top)
2007 Bangkok. Thailand. Logo -
Kaohsiung. Chinese Taipei. - -
Monterrey. Mexico. - -
Poznan. Poland. Logo -
Saskatoon. Canada. Logo -
2009 Belgrade. Serbia and Montenegro. Logo Mascot - The sparrow
Monterrey. Mexico. - -
Poznan. Poland. Logo -
2011 Kaohsiung. Chinese Taipei. Logo -
Kazan. Russia. Logo Mascot - Unie, a winged snow leopard kitten;
M
Murcia. Spain. - -
Poznan. Poland. Logo -
Shenzhen. PR of China. Logo -
2013 Gwangju. South Korea. Logo
NEW! (Feb. 7)
-
The Winter Universiades: (return to the top of the page)
1 1960 Chamonix. France. - -
2 1962 Villars. Switzerland. - -
3 1964 Spindleruv Mlyn. Czechoslovakia. - -
4 1966 Sestriere. Italy. - -
5 1968 Innsbruck. Austria. - -
6 1970 Rovanieme. Finland. - -
7 1972 Lake Placid. USA. - -
8 1975 Livigno. Italy. - -
9 1978 Spindleruv Mlyn. Czechoslovakia. - -
10 1981 Jaca. Spain. - Mascot - Copico, a boy. 'Copico' is derived from copa de nieve, Spanish for snowflake
11 1983 Sofia. Bulgaria. - -
12 1985 Belluno. Italy. Logo Mascot
13 1987 Strbske Plesko. Czechoslovakia. Logo Mascot - The owl
14 1989 Sofia. Bulgaria. Logo Mascot
15 1991 Sapporo. Japan. - Mascot - Sappy the Yezo deer
16 1993 Zakopane. Poland. - Mascot - Sablik the marmot
17 1995 Jaca. Spain. Logo Mascot - Maski the Pyrenean mastiff (dog breed)
18 1997 Muju, Chonju. South Korea. Logo Mascot - Mudori the squirrel
19 1999 Tatry, Poprad. Slovakia Logo Mascot - The marmot
20 2001 Zakopane. Poland Logo
L
Mascot - Capurek the mountain goat
21 2003 Tarvisio. Italy. Logo Mascot - Debbie the mountain fox
M
22 2005 Innsbruck, Seefeld. Austria. Logo Mascot - Unity
NEW! (Feb. 7)
23 2007 Turin. Italy. Logo Mascot - Crazy the Dahu
NEW! (Feb. 7)
24 2009 Harbin. PR of China. Logo
NEW! (Feb. 5)
Mascot - Dong Dong the snow
M
NEW! (Feb. 7)
25 2011 Erzurum. Turkey. Logo
NEW! (Feb. 5)
Mascot
NEW! (Feb. 5)
Bids:
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top)
2007 Turin. Italy. Logo -
2009 Erzurum. Turkey. Logo -
Harbin. PR of China. Logo -
2011 Erzurum. Turkey. Logo Mascot
Maribor. Slovenia. Logo
L
UPDATE! (Feb. 7)
Mascot - The owl
M
NEW! (Feb. 7)


GOODWILL GAMES (1986-2002):

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Official Site of the Goodwill Games
Logo of the Goodwill Games

N Year City. Country. Logo Mascot
The Summer Goodwill Games: (return to the top of the page)
I 1986 Moscow. USSR. Logo -
II 1990 Seattle. USA. Logo Mascot - Unitus the Lion
III 1994 Saint Petersburg. Russia. Logo Mascot - Petya the Kitten
IV 1998 New York City. USA. Logo -
V 2001 Brisbane. Australia. Logo -
The Winter Goodwill Games: (return to the top of the page)
I 2000 Lake Plasid. USA. Logo -
II 2005 Calgary. Canada. Goodwill Games Ceased Operations in 2002


COMMONWEALTH GAMES:

1930-1950 - The British Empire Games
1954-1966 - The British Empire and Commonwealth Games
1970-1974 - The British Commonwealth Games

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Logo of the Commonwealth Games Federation:
1954-1966, 1966-1974, 1974-2001, from 2001

N Year City. Country. P Logo Mascot
I 1930 Hamilton. Canada. P Logo -
II 1934 London. England. - Logo -
III 1938 Sydney. Australia. - Logo -
IV 1950 Auckland. New Zealand. - Logo;
L
-
V 1954 Vancouver. Canada. - Logo -
VI 1958 Cardiff. Wales. - Logo -
VII 1962 Perth. Australia. - Logo -
VIII 1966 Kingston. Jamaica. - Logo -
IX 1970 Edinburgh. Scotland. - Logo -
X 1974 Christchurch. New Zealand. - Logo -
XI 1978 Edmonton. Canada. - Logo Mascot - KEYANO, a Swan Hills Grizzly Bear; KEYANO is a Cree Indian word which means unity and brotherhood
XII 1982 Brisbane. Australia. - Logo Mascot - Matilda the Kangaroo
XIII 1986 Edinburgh. Scotland. - Logo Mascot - Mac, a black "Scottie" dog
XIV 1990 Auckland. New Zealand. - Logo Mascot - Goldie the Kiwi bird
XV 1994 Victoria. British Columbia. Canada. - Logo;
L, L, L
Mascot - Klee Wyck, an Orca (Killer) Whale
XVI 1998 Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia. - Logo Mascot - Wira the Orang Utan
XVII 2002 Manchester. United Kingdom. - Logo Mascot - Kit, a Cat;
M
XVIII 2006 Melbourne. Australia. - Logo Mascot - Karak, a South-eastern Red-tailed Black Cockatoo
XIX 2010 New Delhi. India. - Logo
NEW! (Feb. 5)
Mascot - Shera the Tiger
Bids:
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top)
2006 Melbourne. Australia. - Logo; L -
Wellington. New Zealand. - Logo -
2010 Halifax. Canada. - Logo -
Hamilton. Canada. - Logo -
New Delhi. India. - Logo Mascot - The Tiger
2014 Abuja. Nigeria. - Logo, L -
Glasgow. Scotland. - Logo -
Halifax. Canada. - Logo
Logo (1st)
-
Hamilton. Canada. - Logo -
York Region. Canada. - Logo -
Commonwealth Youth Games: (return to the top of the page)
I 2000 Edinburgh. Scotland. - Logo -
II 2004 Bendigo. Australia. - Logo -
III 2008 Pune. India. - Logo -
IV 2011 Isle of Man. - - -


PAN AMERICAN GAMES:

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The Pan American Games Logo

N Year City. Country. P Logo Mascot
I 1951 Buenos Aires. Argentina. P - -
II 1955 Mexico City. Mexico. P - -
III 1959 Chicago. USA. P - -
IV 1963 Sao Paulo. Brazil. P - -
V 1967 Winnipeg. Canada. P Logo -
VI 1971 Cali. Columbia. P Logo -
VII 1975 Mexico City. Mexico. P Logo -
VIII 1979 San Juan. Puerto Rico. P Logo Mascot
IX 1983 Caracas. Venezuela. P Logo; L Mascot - Santiaguito the Lion
X 1987 Indianapolis. USA. P Logo Mascot - Amigo the Parrot
XI 1991 Havana. Cuba. P Logo Mascot - Tocopan, a tocororo, the national bird of Cuba
XII 1995 Mar Del Plata. Argentina. P Logo Mascot - Lobi, a Sea Lion
XIII 1999 Winnipeg, Manitoba. Canada. P Logo Mascot, M, M - Pato Pan-Americano, a Wood Duck;
Mascot II, M - Lorita Pan-Americana, a Latin American Parrot
XIV 2003 Santo Domingo. Dominican Republic. - Logo; L; L Mascot, M, M - Tito, a Manatee, an Aquatic Mammal
XV 2007 Rio de Janeiro. Brazil. - Logo; L;
Logo (1st)
Mascot - Caue, a Sun
M
XVI 2011 Guadalajara. Mexico. - Logo; NEW! (Feb. 5)
Logo (1st)
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Bids:
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2007 Rio de Janeiro. Brazil. - Logo -
San Antonio. USA. - Logo -

N Year City. Country. Logo Mascot
The Parapanamerican Games: (return to the top of the page)
1 2007 Rio de Janeiro. Brazil. Logo; L -


ASIAN GAMES (ASIADS):

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Logo of the Olympic Council of Asia:
Before 2006, from 2006 (EB) NEW! (Feb. 25)
Logo of the East Asian Games Association
Logo of the South East Asian Games Federation (NC)
Logo of the South Asian Olympic Council (EB) NEW! (Feb. 25)

N Year City. Country. Logo Mascot
The Summer Asian Games: (return to the top of the page)
1 1951 New Delhi. India. Logo -
2 1954 Manila. Philippines. Logo -
3 1958 Tokyo. Japan. Logo -
4 1962 Jakata. Indonesia. Logo -
5 1966 Bangkok. Thailand. Logo -
6 1970 Seoul. South Korea. /
Bangkok. Thailand.
Logo -
7 1974 Tehran. Iran. Logo, L -
8 1978 Karachi. Pakistan. /
Bangkok. Thailand.
Logo; L -
9 1982 New Delhi. India. Logo, L Mascot, M - Appu the Elephant
10 1986 Seoul. South Korea. Logo, L Mascot
11 1990 Beijing. PR of China. Logo, L Mascot - Pan Pan the Panda;
M
12 1994 Hiroshima. Japan. Logo Mascots - PoPPo (male) and CuCCu (female), dove characters;
M
13 1998 Bangkok. Thailand. Logo Mascot - Chai-yo the elephant; 'Chai-yo' (hooray) is espression of a feeling of joy, happiness and victory;
M
14 2002 Busan. South Korea. Logo Mascot - Duria the seagull;
M
15 2006 Doha. Qatar. Logo Mascot - Orry the Arabian Oryx
16 2010 Guangzhou. PR of China. Logo -
17 2014 Incheon. South Korea. - -
Bids:
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top)
2006 Hong Kong. China. Logo Mascot - Ah-Lung, a Dargon
Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia. Logo Mascot - Cyber Alang, a robotic hornbill
New Delhi. India. - -
Doha. Qatar. Logo Mascot - Maha, an Arabic Oryx
2010 Guangzhou. PR of China. Logo -
Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia. Logo -
2014 Colombo. Sri Lanka. - -
Incheon. South Korea. Logo -
New Delhi. India. Logo -
The Asian Indoor Games: (return to the top of the page)
1 2005 Bangkok. Thailand. Logo Mascot - Hey-Ha the Elephant;
M , M (1st)
2 2007 Macau. China. Logo Mascot - Mei-Mei
3 2009 Hanoi. Vietnam. - -
4 2011 Doha. Qatar. - -
The Winter Asian Games: (return to the top of the page)
1 1986 Sapporo. Japan. Logo Mascot - The Squirrel
2 1990 India In 1989 due to financial difficulties, India had to give up the privilege of hosting the 2nd Winter Asian Games.
Sapporo. Japan. Logo Mascot - The Squirrel
3 1996 Harbin. PR of China. Logo Mascot - Doudou, a cartoon like mascot
4 1999 Yongpyung. Kangnung.
Chunchon. South Korea.
Logo Mascot - a Half-moon Black Bear Cub
5 2003 Aomori. Japan. Logo Mascot - Winta the Black Woodpecker
6 2007 Changchun. PR of China. Logo Mascot - The Sika Deer
7 2011 Almaty. Kazakhstan. Logo NEW! (Feb. 25) -
The East Asian Games: (return to the top of the page)
1 1993 Shanghai. PR of China. Logo Mascot - Dong Dong the Rooster
2 1997 Pusan. South Korea. Logo -
3 2001 Osaka. Japan. Logo Mascot - The Water Sprite
4 2005 Macau. China. Logo Mascot - Pak Pak the Squirrel
5 2009 Hong Kong. PR of China. Logo -
6 2013 Tianjin. PR of China. -
The South East Asian (SEA) Games: (return to the top of the page)
1959-1975 - The Southeast Asian Peninsula (SEAP) Games
1 1959 Bangkok. Thailand. - -
2 1961 Rangoon. Burma. - -
3 1965 Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia. - -
4 1967 Bangkok. Thailand. - -
5 1969 Rangoon. Burma. Logo -
6 1971 Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia. - -
7 1973 Singapore. - -
8 1975 Bangkok. Thailand. - -
9 1977 Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia. - -
10 1979 Jakarta. Indonesia. - -
11 1981 Manila. Philippines. Logo -
12 1983 Singapore. - -
13 1985 Bangkok. Thailand. - -
14 1987 Jakarta. Indonesia. - -
15 1989 Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia. Logo (NC) -
16 1991 Manila. Philippines. Logo (NC) Mascot - Sarimanok, a mountain-dwelling fighting cock
17 1993 Singapore. Logo (NC) Mascot - Singa the Lion
18 1995 Chiang Mai. Thailand. Logo (NC) Mascot - Sawasdee the Thai Cat
19 1997 Jakarta. Indonesia Logo (NC) Mascot - Hanoman, a character of the Ramayana legend
20 1999 Brunei Darussalam. Logo (NC) Mascot - Awang Budiman
21 2001 Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia. Logo (NC) Mascot - Si Tumas, a Squirrel;
M
22 2003 Ho Chi Minh City. Vietnam. Logo (NC) Mascot - Trau Vang (Kim Nguu), a golden buffalo;
M
23 2005 Manila. Philippines. Logo (NC);
Logo (1st)
Mascot - The Philippine Eagle;
Mascot - Tarsier, a nocturnal midget monkey (1st)
24 2007 Singapore. Singapore has withdrawn as host in 2003 because could not have national stadium and other facilities ready in time.
Bangkok. Thailand Logo Mascot - Nong Can, a Siamese cat;
M
25 2009 Vientiane. Laos. - Mascots - Mr. Champee and Ms. Champa the Elephants NEW! (Feb. 25)
26 2011 Bandung, Semarang. Indonesia. - -
27 2013 Singapore. - -
The South Asian Games: (return to the top of the page)
1984-2004 - The South Asian Federation (SAF) Games
1 1984 Kathmandu. Nepal. - -
2 1985 Dhaka. Bangladesh. - -
3 1987 Calcutta. India. - Mascot - Babu the Bengal tiger
4 1989 Islamabad. Pakistan. Logo Mascot - A dancing horse
5 1991 Colombo. Sri Lanka. - Mascot - The elephant
6 1993 Dhaka. Bangladesh. - -
7 1995 Madras. India. - -
8 1999 Kathmandu. Nepal. Logo Mascot - Him Kancha, a snow leopard;
M
9 2004 Islamabad. Pakistan. Logo
L, L, L
Mascot I - Bholu, a Himalayan brown bear
Mascot II - Sassi, the Indus Dolphin
9th SAF Games 2001 have been postponed to March and April 2002, then again to 2003 and finally held in March-April of 2004.
10 2006 Colombo. Sri Lanka. Logo
L
-
The 10th South Asian Games, scheduled to be hosted by Sri Lanka in August 2005, has been postponed by a year in the wake of the December 26, 2004 tsunami disaster.
11 2008 Dhaka. Bangladesh. - -

(NC) Thanks to Nicolo Cervantes.

N Year City. Country. Logo Mascot
The ASEAN Para Games: (return to the top of the page)
1 2001 Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia. Logo -
2 2003 Hanoi. Vietnam. Logo Mascot - a Golden Goat
3 2005 Manila. Philippines. Logo Mascot - Buboy Butanding, the Whale Shark
4 2007 Nakorn Ratchasima. Thailand. Logo
NEW! (Feb. 25)
Mascot - Nok-Kao Karom NEW! (Feb. 25)


AFRICAN GAMES (ALL AFRICA GAMES):

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Logo of the All Africa Games (EB) NEW! (Feb. 25)

N Year City. Country. Logo Mascot
1 1965 Brazzaville. Congo. - -
- 1969 Mali. Cancelled as a result of internal problems in Mali
2 1973 Lagos. Nigeria. Logo -
3 1978 Algiers. Algeria. - -
- 1982 Cancelled
4 1987 Nairobi. Kenya. - -
5 1991 Cairo. Egypt. Logo; L Mascot
6 1995 Harare. Zimbabwe. - -
7 1999 Johannesburg. South Africa. Logo; L Mascot - Zingy the Zebra
8 2003 Abuja. Nigeria. Logo Mascot - Wakie Wakie the Cock
9 2007 Algiers. Algeria. Logo
NEW! (Feb. 5)
-
10 2011 Lusaka. Zambia. - -


ATHLETICS (TRACK AND FIELD):

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Logo of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF):
Before 2001, from 2001

N Year City. Country. Logo Mascot
The IAAF World Championships: (return to the top of the page)
1 1983 Helsinki. Finland. Logo
L
Mascot - The rabbit
2 1987 Rome. Italy. Logo
L
Mascot - Romeo the Wolf
3 1991 Tokyo. Japan. Logo Mascot
4 1993 Stuttgart. Germany. Logo Mascot - Ranny the Rabbit
5 1995 Goteborg. Sweden. Logo
L
Mascot - Kalo the Lynx
6 1997 Athens. Greece. Logo
L
Mascot - Pegasus, a winged horse
7 1999 Seville. Spain. Logo Mascot - Giraldilla, child's adaptation of the weather vane that crowns the most famous tower in Seville, one of its most internationally reputed symbols: the Giralda
8 2001 Edmonton. Canada. Logo
L
Mascot I - Tracker the Wolf and
Mascot II - Fielder the Bear
9 2003 Paris. France. Logo -
10 2005 London. Great Britain. Moved to Helsinki after the British government decided against building a new stadium.
Helsinki. Finland. Logo Mascot - Findy, symbolises the tower of the Helsinki Olympic Stadium;
M, M
11 2007 Osaka. Japan. Logo
L
-
12 2009 Berlin. Germany. Logo -
13 2011 Daegu. South Korea. - -
14 2013 Moscow. Russia. - -
Bids:
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top)
2009 Valencia. Spain. Logo Mascots - Tonet and Tonica the Ducks
2011 Brisbane. Australia. Logo -
Daegu. South Korea. Logo -
The IAAF World Indoor Championships: (return to the top of the page)
1985 - The IIAF World Indoor Games
- 1985 Paris. France. - -
1 1987 Indianapolis. USA. Logo (1) -
2 1989 Budapest. Hungary. Logo (1) Mascot - The rabbit
3 1991 Seville. Spain. Logo (1) -
4 1993 Toronto. Canada. Logo (1) -
5 1995 Barcelona. Spain. Logo (1) -
6 1997 Paris. France. Logo -
7 1999 Maebashi. Japan. Logo -
8 2001 Lisbon. Portugal. Logo -
9 2003 Birmingham. United Kingdom. Logo Mascot - Invincibull the Bull
10 2004 Budapest. Hungary. Logo -
11 2006 Moscow. Russia. Logo;
Logo (1st)
Mascot - The bear; M, M
12 2008 Valencia. Spain. Logo Mascots - Tonet and Tonica the Ducks NEW! (Feb. 5)
(1) Thanks to Leszek Albiniak.
The IAAF/Coca-Cola World Junior Championships: (return to the top of the page)
1 1986 Athens. Greece. - -
2 1988 Sudbury. Canada. - -
3 1990 Plovdiv. Bulgaria. - -
4 1992 Seoul. South Korea. - -
5 1994 Lisbon. Portugal. - -
6 1996 Sydney. Australia. Logo Mascot - Rippa the Frillnecked Lizard
7 1998 Annecy. France. - Mascot - Athletix Junior
8 2000 Santiago de Chile. Chile. Logo -
9 2002 Kingston. Jamaica. Logo -
10 2004 Grosseto. Italy. Logo -
11 2006 Beijing. China. Logo -
12 2008 Bydgoszcz. Poland. - -
13 2010 Moncton, New Brunswick. Canada. - -
The World Youth Championships: (return to the top of the page)
1 1999 Bydgoszcz. Poland. Logo -
2 2001 Debrecen. Hungary. - -
3 2003 Sherbrooke. Quebec, Canada. Logo,
Logo
Mascot - PODI, a big-blue-fun-loving-dog
4 2005 Marrakech. Morocco. Logo -
5 2007 Ostrava. Czech Republic. Logo -
The IAAF World Cross Country Championships: (return to the top of the page)
25 1997 Turin. Italy. Logo -
26 1998 Marrakech. Morocco. Logo -
27 1999 Belfast. United Kingdom. Logo -
28 2000 Vilamoura. Portugal. Logo -
29 2001 Ostend. Belgium. Logo -
30 2002 Dublin. Ireland. Logo -
31 2003 Lausanne. Switzerland. Logo -
32 2004 Brussels. Belgium. Logo -
33 2005 Saint-Etienne, Saint-Galmier France. Logo -
34 2006 Fukuoka. Japan. Logo -
35 2007 Mombasa. Kenya. Logo -
The European Championships: (return to the top of the page)
13 1982 Athens. Greece. - Mascots - The rabbit and the turtle
14 1986 Stuttgart. West Germany. Logo Mascot - The donkey
15 1990 Split. Yugoslavia. - -
16 1994 Helsinki. Finland. - Mascot
17 1998 Budapest. Hungary. Logo Mascot - The dog
18 2002 Munich. Germany. Logo Mascot - Eurolympi the Dachshund
19 2006 Goteborg. Sweden. Logo Mascot - The Crane; M
20 2010 Barcelona. Spain. Logo -
The European Indoor Championships: (return to the top of the page)
26 2000 Gent. Belgium. Logo -
27 2002 Vienna. Austria. Logo -
28 2005 Madrid. Spain. Logo -
29 2007 Birmingham. United Kingdom. Logo -
30 2009 Turin. Italy. - -
The European U23 Championships: (return to the top of the page)
1 1997 Turku. Finland. - -
2 1999 Goteborg. Sweden. Logo -
3 2001 Amsterdam. Netherlands. Logo -
4 2003 Bydgoszcz. Poland. Logo Mascot
5 2005 Erfurt. Germany. Logo -
6 2007 Debrecen. Hungary. Logo -
The European Junior Championships: (return to the top of the page)
15 1999 Riga. Latvia. Logo -
16 2001 Grosseto. Italy. Logo Mascot
17 2003 Tampere. Finland. Logo -
18 2005 Kaunas. Lithuania. Logo -
19 2007 Hengelo. Netherlands. Logo -
The SPAR European Cross Country Championships: (return to the top of the page)
6 1999 Velenje. Slovenia. Logo -
7 2000 Malmo. Sweden. Logo -
8 2001 Thun. Switzerland. Logo -
9 2002 Medulin. Croatia. Logo -
10 2003 Edinburgh. Great Britain. Logo -
11 2004 Heringsdorf, Usedom. Germany. Logo -
12 2005 Tilburg. Netherlands. Logo -
13 2006 San Giorgio. Italy. Logo Mascot
14 2007 Toro. Spain. Logo -


FIGURE SKATING:

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N Year City. Country. Logo Mascot
The World Championships: (return to the top of the page)
. . .
64 1973 Bratislava. Czechoslovakia. Logo -
. . .
77 1987 Cincinnati. USA. Logo -
78 1988 Budapest. Hungary. Logo, L -
. . .
86 1996 Edmonton. Canada. Logo -
87 1997 Lausanne. Switzerland. Logo -
88 1998 Minneapolis, Minnesota. USA. Logo -
89 1999 Helsinki. Finland. Logo -
90 2000 Brisbane. Australia. Logo, L -
Cancelled. Switch to Nice, France
Nice. France. Logo -
91 2001 Vancouver. Canada. Logo -
92 2002 Nagano. Japan. Logo -
93 2003 Washington, D.C. USA. Logo -
94 2004 Dortmund. Germany. Logo -
95 2005 Moscow. Russia. Logo -
96 2006 Calgary. Canada. Logo -
97 2007 Tokyo. Japan. Logo -
98 2008 Goteborg. Sweden. Logo -
99 2009 Los Angeles. USA. - -
The Junior World Championships: (return to the top of the page)
. . .
17 1994 Broadmoor, Colorado Springs. USA. Logo -
. . .
21 1998 Saint John, New Brunswick. Canada Logo -
22 1999 Zagreb. Croatia. Logo -
23 2000 Oberstdorf. Germany. Logo -
24 2001 Sofia. Bulgaria. Logo Mascot - Martenitsa, a boy and a girl, symbol of Bulgarian national custom
25 2002 Hamar. Norway. Logo -
26 2003 Ostrava. Czech Republic. Logo -
27 2004 Hague. Netherlands. Logo -
28 2005 Kitchener. Canada. Logo -
29 2006 Ljubljana. Slovenia. Logo -
30 2007 Oberstdorf. Germany. - -
31 2008 Sofia. Bulgaria. Logo
NEW! (Feb. 5)
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The European Championships: (return to the top of the page)
. . .
12 1965 Moscow. USSR. Logo -
. . .
24 1977 Helsinki. Finland. Logo -
25 1978 Strasbourg. France. - -
26 1979 Zagreb. Yugoslavia. - -
27 1980 Gothenburg. Sweden. - -
28 1981 Innsbruck. Austria. - -
29 1982 Lyon. France. - -
30 1983 Dortmund. West Germany. - -
31 1984 Budapest. Hungary. - -
32 1985 Gothenburg. Sweden. - -
33 1986 Copenhagen. Denmark. - -
34 1987 Sarajevo. Yugoslavia. - -
35 1988 Prague. Czechoslovakia. Logo -
36 1989 Birmingham. Great Britain. - -
37 1990 Leningrad. USSR. Logo -
38 1991 Sofia. Bulgaria. - -
39 1992 Lausanne. Switzerland. - -
40 1993 Helsinki. Finland. - -
41 1994 Copenhagen. Denmark. - -
42 1995 Dortmund. Germany. - -
43 1996 Sofia. Bulgaria. - -
44 1997 Paris. France. - -
45 1998 Milan. Italy. Logo -
46 1999 Prague. Czech Republic. Logo -
47 2000 Vienna. Austria. Logo -
48 2001 Bratislava. Slovakia. Logo -
49 2002 Lausanne. Switzerland. Logo -
50 2003 Malmo. Sweden. Logo -
51 2004 Budapest. Hungary. Logo -
52 2005 Turin. Italy. Logo -
53 2006 Lyon. France. Logo -
54 2007 Warsaw. Poland. Logo -
55 2008 Zagreb. Croatia. Logo
NEW! (Feb. 5)
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GYMNASTICS (Artistic):

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N Year City. Country. Logo Mascot
The World Championships: (return to the top of the page)
. . .
21 1981 Moscow. USSR. - -
22 1983 Budapest. Hungary. Logo Mascot - Vuk the Fox
23 1985 Montreal. Canada. - -
24 1985 Rotterdam. Netherlands. - -
25 1989 Stuttgart. Germany. - -
26 1991 Indianapolis. USA. - -
27 1992 Paris. France. - -
28 1993 Birmingham. United Kingdom. - -
29 1994 Brisbane. Australia. - -
30 1994 Dortmund. Germany. - -
31 1995 Sabae. Japan. Logo Mascot - Pitary
32 1996 San Juan. Puerto Rico. Logo Mascot - The dolphin
33 1997 Lausanne. Switzerland. Logo -
34 1999 Tianjin. PR of China. Logo Mascot - Nezha, a mythical character
35 2001 Ghent. Belgium. Logo Mascot - Gymbo, a dragon/dinosaur;
M, M
36 2002 Debrecen. Hungary. Logo -
37 2003 Anaheim, CA. USA. Logo -
38 2005 Melbourne. Australia. Logo Mascots; M - Kev, M - Bill, M - Ellie
39 2006 Aarhus. Denmark. Logo -
40 2007 Stuttgart. Germany. Logo -
41 2009 London. Great Britain. - -


ICE HOCKEY:

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Logo of the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF):
Before 1999, 1999-2005, from 2005 (BK)
The IIHF Centennial Logo (2008) (GW) NEW! (Feb. 25)

N Year City. Country. Logo Mascot
The World Cups: (return to the top of the page)
I 1996 Canada, Czech Republic, Finland,Germany, Sweden, USA Logo -
II 2004 Canada, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Sweden, USA Logo -
The World Championships: (return to the top of the page) (2)
(Pool A until 2001): (top)
1 1920 (SOG) (1) Antwerp. Belgium. - -
2 1924 (OG) (1) Chamonix. France. - -
3 1928 (OG) (1) St. Moritz. Switzerland. - -
4 1930 Chamonix. France; Berlin. Germany; Vienna. Austria. - -
5 1931 Krynica. Poland. - -
6 1932 (OG) (1) Lake Placid. USA. Logo -
7 1933 Prague. Czechoslovakia. Logo (DP) -
8 1934 Milano. Italy. - -
9 1935 Davos. Switzerland. Logo (GW) -
10 1936 (OG) (1) Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Germany. Logo -
11 1937 London. Great Britain. - -
12 1938 Prague. Czechoslovakia. Logo (GW)
NEW! (Feb. 5)
L (DP)
-
13 1939 Zurich, Basle. Switzerland. - -
14 1947 Prague. Czechoslovakia. Logo (DP) -
15 1948 (OG) (1) St. Moritz. Switzerland. Logo -
16 1949 Stockholm. Sweden. - -
17 1950 London. Great Britain. - -
18 1951 Paris. France. - -
19 1952 (OG) (1) Oslo. Norway. Logo -
20 1953 Zurich, Basle. Switzerland. Logo (GW)
NEW! (Feb. 5)
-
21 1954 Stockholm. Sweden. - -
22 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, Cologne. Germany. Logo -
23 1956 (OG) (1) Cortina d'Ampezzo. Italy. Logo -
24 1957 Moscow. USSR. Logo -
25 1958 Oslo. Norway. Logo -
26 1959 Prague, Bratislava. Czechoslovakia. Logo -
27 1960 (OG) (1) Squaw Valley. USA. Logo -
28 1961 Geneva. Switzerland. Logo (BK) -
29 1962 Colorado Springs, Denver. USA. Logo (GW) -
30 1963 Stockholm. Sweden. Logo -
31 1964 (OG) (1) Innsbruck. Austria. Logo -
32 1965 Tampere. Finland. Logo -
33 1966 Ljubljana. Yugoslavia. Logo -
34 1967 Vienna. Austria. Logo -
35 1968 (OG) (1) Grenoble. France. Logo -
36 1969 Stockholm. Sweden. Logo -
37 1970 Montreal, Winnipeg. Canada. Moved to Sweden after the organizers withdrew after disagreements over player eligibility.
Stockholm. Sweden. Logo -
38 1971 Berne, Geneva. Switzerland. Logo -
39 1972 Prague. Czechoslovakia. Logo -
40 1973 Moscow. USSR. Logo (BK) Mascot - Toptigka the Bear
41 1974 Helsinki. Finland. Logo -
42 1975 Munich, Dusserldorf. Germany. Logo -
43 1976 Katowice. Poland. Logo -
44 1977 Vienna. Austria. Logo (BK) -
45 1978 Prague. Czechoslovakia. Logo -
46 1979 Moscow. USSR. Logo (BK) -
47 1981 Gothenburg, Stockholm. Sweden. Logo (BK) Mascot - Isidor the Polar Bear
48 1982 Helsinki, Tampere. Finland. Logo Mascot
49 1983 Dusserldorf, Dortmund, Munich. Germany. Logo -
50 1985 Prague. Czechoslovakia. Logo Mascot - Pepa the Lion
51 1986 Moscow. USSR. Logo (BK) Mascot - Misha the Bear
52 1987 Vienna. Austria. Logo (GW) Mascot - Packy the Penguin (BK)
53 1989 Stockholm, Sodertalje. Sweden. Logo Mascot - the Viking Man
54 1990 Berne, Fribourg. Switzerland. Logo -
55 1991 Turku, Helsinki, Tampere. Finland. Logo (GW) -
56 1992 Prague, Bratislava. Czechoslovakia. Logo (GW) Mascot - Leo the Lion
57 1993 Dortmund, Munich. Germany. Logo (DP) -
58 1994 Bolzano, Canazei, Milano. Italy. Logo (DP) Mascot - Slapy the Rabbit
59 1995 Stockholm, Gavle. Sweden. Logo Mascot - Snowie the Snowman
60 1996 Vienna. Austria. Logo Mascot - Bully the Penguin
61 1997 Helsinki, Turku, Tampere. Finland Logo Mascot - Leo (Jello) the Lion
62 1998 Zurich, Basle. Switzerland. Logo Mascot - Bully the Penguin
63 1999 Oslo, Lillehammer, Hamar. Norway. Logo Mascot - Pucky the Polar Bear; M
64 2000 Saint Petersburg. Russia. Logo (BK)
UPDATE! (Feb. 5)
L
Mascot (BK) - Hockosha the Elk; M
UPDATE! (Feb. 5)
65 2001 Cologne, Hannover, Nurnberg. Germany. Logo Mascot - Spacey, a fun-loving extraterrestrial; M
66 2002 Gothenburg, Karlstad, Jonkoping. Sweden. Logo;
L
Mascot - Snowie the Snowman
67 2003 Helsinki, Turku, Tampere. Finland. Logo Mascot - Finkey, a blue haired lion; M
68 2004 Prague, Ostrava. Czech Republic. Logo Mascot - Tomik the lion; M, M, M
69 2005 Vienna, Innsbruck. Austria. Logo Mascot - Winni the eagle
70 2006 Riga. Latvia. Logo Mascot - RIX the beaver
71 2007 Moscow, Mytischi. Russia. Logo, L (GW)
Logo (1st) (BK)
Mascot (GW) - Teamka the Bear Cub; M, M, M, M (GW)
72 2008 Quebec City, Halifax. Canada. Logo (BK)
NEW! (Feb. 5)
Mascot - The Polar Bear (GW)
NEW! (Feb. 5)
73 2009 Berne, Zurich. Switzerland. Logo (BK)
NEW! (Feb. 5)
-
74 2010 Cologne, Mannheim. Germany. - -
75 2011 Bratislava, Kosice. Slovakia. Logo (BK) -

(1) All Olympic Ice Hockey Tournaments between 1920 and 1968 also counted as World Championships.

(2) In the Olympic years 1980, 1984 and 1988, no IIHF World Championships were staged.

(Pool A until 2001) Qualifications: (top)
- 2000 Sheffield. Great Britain. Logo -
Pool B / Division I (from 2001): (top)
- 1987 Canazei. Italy. Logo (BK) -
. . .
- 1993 Eindhoven. Netherlands. Logo -
- 1994 Copenhagen. Denmark. - -
- 1995 Bratislava. Slovakia. Logo -
- 1996 Eindhoven. Netherlands. Logo -
- 1997 Katowice, Sosnowiec. Poland Logo / Mascot - The eagle
- 1998 Jesenice, Ljubljana. Slovenia. Logo -
- 1999 Copenhagen. Odense. Denmark. Logo -
- 2000 Katowice. Poland. Logo -
- 2001 Group A Grenoble. France. Logo -
Group B Ljubljana. Slovenia. Logo -
- 2002 Group A Eindhoven. Netherlands. Logo -
Group B Szekesfehervar, Dunaujvaros. Hungary. Logo -
- 2003 Group A Budapest. Hungary. Logo / Mascot
Group B Zagreb. Croatia. Logo -
- 2004 Group A Oslo. Norway. Logo / Mascot
Group B Gdansk. Poland. Logo -
- 2005 Group A Debrecen. Hungary. Logo / Mascot, M, M
Group B Eindhoven. Netherlands. Logo -
- 2006 Group A Amiens. France. Logo -
Group B Tallinn. Estonia. Logo (BK) Mascot (BK)
- 2007 Group A Qiqihar. PR of China. Logo (GW) -
Group B Ljubljana. Slovenia. Logo (GW) -
- 2008 Group A Innsbruck. Austria. Logo (GW)
NEW! (Feb. 16)
-
Group B Sapporo. Japan. Logo (GW)
NEW! (Feb. 5)
-
Pool C / Division II (from 2001): (top)
- 1974 Grenoble. France. Logo -
. . .
- 1979 Barcelona. Spain. Logo -
. . .
- 1986 Puigcerda. Spain. Logo Mascot
. . .
- 1989 Sydney. Australia. Logo -
. . .
- 1991 Copenhagen. Denmark. Logo -
- 1992 Hull. England. - -
- 1993 Ljubljana, Bled. Slovenia. - -
- 1994 Pool C1 Poprad, Spisska Nova Ves. Slovakia. Logo (BK) -
Pool C2 Barcelona. Spain. Logo -
- 1995 Pool C1 Sofia. Bulgaria. Logo (BK) -
Pool C2 Johannesburg. South Africa. Logo -
. . .
- 2001 Group A Majadahonda. Spain. Logo -
Group B Bucharest. Romania. - -
- 2002 Group A Cape Town. South Africa. Logo / Mascot
Group B Novi Sad. Yugoslavia. - -
- 2003 Group A Seoul. South Korea. - -
Group B Sofia. Bulgaria. - -
- 2004 Group A Jaca. Spain. Logo / Mascot -
Group B Elektrenai. Lithuania. Logo -
. . .
- 2007 Group A Zagreb. Croatia. Logo (GW) -
Group B Seoul. South Korea. Logo (GW) -
Pool D / Division III (from 2001): (top)
- 1987 Perth. Australia. Logo -
- 1989 Geel, Op-Den-Berg. Belgium. Logo -
- 1990 Cardiff. Wales. Logo -
. . .
- 1996 Kaunas. Lithuania. Logo -
- 1997 Canillo. Andorra. Logo / Mascot
- 1998 Pretoria. South Africa. Logo -
- 1999 Krugersdorp. South Africa. Logo / Mascot - The Rhino
- 2000 Reykjavik. Iceland. Logo -
. . .
- 2005 Mexico City. Mexico. Logo -
. . .
- 2007 Dundalk. Ireland. Logo (GW) -
- 2008 Luxemburg. Logo (GW)
NEW! (Feb. 16)
-
The Women's World Championships: (return to the top of the page)
1 1990 Ottawa. Canada. Logo -
2 1992 Tampere. Finland. - -
3 1994 Lake Placid. USA. - -
4 1997 Kitchener. Canada. Logo -
5 1999 Espoo, Vantaa. Finland. Logo -
6 2000 Mississauga. Canada. Logo -
7 2001 Minnesota. USA. Logo -
8 2003 Beijing. PR of China. Logo -
Cancelled due to the outbreak of the SARS epidemic
9 2004 Halifax, Dartmouth. Canada. Logo -
10 2005 Linkoping, Norrkoping. Sweden. Logo -
11 2007 Winnipeg, Selkirk, Canada. Logo (GW) -
12 2008 Harbin. PR of China. Logo (GW)
NEW! (Feb. 5)
-
Pool B / Division I (from 2001): (top)
- 2001 Briancon. France. Logo -
- 2003 Ventspils. Latvia. Logo -
- 2005 Romanshorn. Switzerland. Logo -
- 2007 Nikko. Japan. Logo (GW) -
- 2008 Ventspils. Latvia. Logo (GW)
NEW! (Feb. 16)
-
Pool B / Division I (from 2001) Qualifications: (top)
- 2000 Maribor. Slovenia. Logo -
- 2001 Group B Maribor. Slovenia. Logo -
Division II (from 2001): (top)
- 2003 Lecco. Italy. Logo -
- 2005 Asiago. Italy. Logo -
- 2007 Pyongyang. DPR of Korea. Logo (GW) -
- 2008 Vierumaki. Finland. Logo (GW)
NEW! (Feb. 16)
-
Division III (from 2001): (top)
- 2007 Sheffield. Great Britain. Logo (GW) -
- 2008 Miscolc. Hungary. Logo (GW)
NEW! (Feb. 16)
-
Division IV (from 2001): (top)
- 2007 Miercurea Ciuc. Romania. Logo (GW) -
- 2008 Miercurea Ciuc. Romania. Logo (GW)
NEW! (Feb. 16)
-
The Junior U20 World Championships: (return to the top of the page)
(Pool A until 2001): (top)
1 unof. 1973-74 Leningrad. USSR. Logo / Mascot - The Chick, L
2 unof. 1974-75 Winnipeg, Brandon. Canada. - -
3 unof. 1975-76 Turku, Tampere, Pori, Rauma. Finland. - -
1 1976-77 Banska-Bystrica. Zvolen. Czechoslovakia. Logo -
2 1977-78 Hull, Montreal, Quebec City, Cornwall, Chicoutimi. Canada. Logo -
3 1978-79 Karlstad, Karlskoga. Sweden. Logo Mascot - Isidor the Polar Bear
4 1979-80 Helsinki, Vantaa. Finland. Logo -
5 1980-81 West Germany. Logo -
6 1981-82 Minnesota. USA. Logo -
7 1982-83 Leningrad. USSR. Logo -
. . .
9 1984-85 Helsinki, Turku. Finland. Logo (BK) -
10 1985-86 Hamilton. Canada. Logo (BK)
NEW! (Feb. 5)
L (BK)
-
11 1986-87 Piestany, Nitra. Czechoslovakia. Logo (BK) -
12 1987-88 Moscow. USSR. Logo -
. . .
20 1995-96 Massachusetts. USA. Logo -
21 1996-97 Geneva, Morges. Switzerland. Logo -
22 1997-98 Helsinki, Hameenlinna. Finland. Logo Mascot - The lion
23 1998-99 Winnipeg, MB. Canada. Logo -
24 1999-2000 Skelleftea, Umea. Sweden. Logo -
25 2000-01 Moscow, Podolsk. Russia. Logo Mascot - The owl
26 2001-02 Pardubice, Hradec Kralove. Czech Republic. Logo Mascot UPDATE! (Feb. 5)
27 2002-03 Halifax, Sydney, NS. Canada. Logo Mascot - Champ the Otter
28 2003-04 Helsinki, Hameenlinna. Finland. Logo Mascot
29 2004-05 Grand Forks, ND, Thief River Falls, Minn. USA. Logo -
30 2005-06 Kamloops, Kelowna, Vancouver, BC. Canada. Logo
Logo (1st)
-
31 2006-07 Leksand, Mora. Sweden. Logo (GW) -
32 2007-08 Pardubice, Liberec. Czech Republic. Logo (BK)
NEW! (Feb. 5)
-
33 2008-09 Ottawa. Canada. Logo -
Pool B / Division I (from 2001): (top)
- 1997 Kiev. Ukraine. Logo -
- 2000 Minsk. Belarus. Logo -
- 2001 Landsberg, Fussen. Germany. Logo -
- 2002 Kapfenberg, Zeltweg. Austria. Logo -
- 2003 Group A Almaty. Kazakstan. Logo; L -
- 2004 Group A Berlin. Germany. Logo / Mascot
Group B Briancon. France. Logo -
- 2005 Group A Sheffield. Great Britain. Logo -
Group B Narva. Estonia. Logo -
- 2006 Group A Bled. Slovenia. Logo -
Group B Minsk. Belarus. - -
- 2007 Group A Odense. Denmark. Logo (GW) -
Group B Torre Pellice. Italy. Logo (GW) -
Pool C / Division II (from 2001): (top)
- 2001 Elektrenai, Kaunas. Lithuania. Logo -
- 2002 Zagreb. Croatia. Logo -
- 2003 Group A Mericera Cuic. Romania. Logo -
- 2004 Group A Sosnowiec. Poland. - -
Group B Kaunas, Elektrenai. Lithuania. Logo -
- 2005 Group B Puigcerda. Spain. Logo / Mascot (BK)
. . .
- 2007 Group A Miercurea Ciuc. Romania. Logo (GW) -
Group B Elektrenai. Lithuania. Logo (GW) -
Pool D / Division III (from 2001): (top)
- 2000 Mexico City. Mexico. Logo -
- 2001 Belgrade. Yugoslavia. - -
- 2002 Belgrade. Yugoslavia. Logo -
. . .
- 2006 Kaunas, Elektrenai. Lithuania. Logo (BK) -
- 2007 Ankara. Turkey. Logo (GW) -
The Junior U18 World Championships: (return to the top of the page)
(Pool A until 2001): (top)
2 2000 Kloten, Weinfelden. Switzerland. Logo; L -
3 2001 Lahti, Heinola, Helsinki. Finland. Logo -
4 2002 Piestany, Trnava. Slovakia. Logo -
5 2003 Yaroslavl. Russia. Logo -
6 2004 Minsk. Belarus. Logo -
7 2005 Ceske Budejovice, Plzen. Czech Republic. Logo -
8 2006 Angelholm, Halmstad. Sweden. Logo -
9 2007 Tampere, Rauma. Finland. Logo / Mascot (GW)
10 2008 Kazan. Russia. Logo (GW)
NEW! (Feb. 5)
-
Division I: (top)
- 2001 Liepaja, Riga. Latvia. Logo -
- 2002 Maribor, Celje. Slovenia. Logo -
- 2003 Group A Ventspils. Latvia. Logo -
Group B Briancon. France. Logo -
- 2004 Group A Amstetten. Austria. Logo -
Group B Asiago. Italy. Logo -
- 2005 Group B Sosnowiec. Poland. Logo (BK) -
- 2006 Group A Miskolc. Hungary. Logo (BK) Mascot (BK)
Group B Riga. Latvia. Logo (BK) -
- 2007 Group A Maribor. Slovenia. Logo (GW) -
Group B Sanok. Poland. Logo (GW) -
Division II: (top)
- 2001 Elektrenai, Kaunas. Lithuania. Logo -
. . .
- 2004 Group A Debrecen. Hungary. Logo (BK) -
Group B Elektrenai, Kaunas. Lithuania. Logo (BK) -
. . .
- 2006 Group A Bolzano, Merano. Italy. Logo (BK) -
Group B Elektrenai, Kaunas. Lithuania. Logo (BK) -
- 2007 Group A Miskolc. Hungary. Logo (GW) -
Group B Miercurea Ciuc. Romania. Logo (GW) -
Division III: (top)
- 2002 Elektrenai, Kaunas. Lithuania. Logo -
. . .
- 2007 Beijing. PR of China. Logo (GW) -
Division III Qualification: (top)
- 2007 Izmir. Turkey. Logo (GW) -

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(DP) Thanks to Daniel Pokorny.

(GW) Thanks to Gabriel Wikman.


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