Individual Ice Racing European Championship

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There is incomplete list of the medalists of the Individual Ice Racing European Championship.

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Medalist

YearVenueWinnerRunner UpThird
Until 2007 unknown medalist
2007 [1] Flag of Russia.svg Uchaly Flag of Russia.svg Dmitry Khomitsevich Flag of Russia.svg Igor Kononov Flag of Russia.svg Sergej Baltashev
2008 [2] Flag of Poland.svg Sanok Flag of Austria.svg Franz Zorn Flag of Russia.svg Roman Akimienko Flag of Finland.svg Antti Aakko
2009 [3] [4] Flag of Russia.svg Lukhovitsy Flag of Russia.svg Dmitri Bulankin Flag of Russia.svg Igor Kononov Flag of Russia.svg Michail Bogdanovw
2010 Flag of Russia.svg Ufa Flag of Russia.svg Andrey Shishegov Flag of Russia.svg Sergey Karachintsev Flag of Austria.svg Harald Simon

Under-21 Championships

There is complete list of the medalists of the Individual Junior Ice Racing European Championship.

YearVenueWinnerRunner UpThird
2009 [5] [6] Flag of Russia.svg Saransk Flag of Russia.svg Andrej Gavrilkin Flag of Russia.svg Maksim Korchemaha Flag of Russia.svg Roman Akimedo
2010 Flag of Russia.svg Kamensk-Uralsky Flag of Russia.svg Sergey Karachintsev Flag of Russia.svg Andrey Gavrilkin Flag of Russia.svg Maxim Korchemaha

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