Individual Ice Speedway World Championship

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The medalists of the finals of the Individual ice Speedway World Championship. [1] [2] The first Championships were held in 1966. [3]

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Medalists

YearVenueWinnerRunner-up3rd place
1966 Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Ufa, Moscow Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Gabdrachman Kadyrov (43 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Viktor Kuznetsov (39 pts) Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Antonín Šváb, Sr. (39 pts)
1967 Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Ufa, Moscow Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Boris Samorodov (57 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Vyacheslav Dubinin (50 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Vladimir Tsybrov (41 pts)
1968 Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Salavat, Ufa Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Gabdrachman Kadyrov (54 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Vladimir Tsybrov (52 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Boris Samorodov (51 pts)
1969 Flag of Germany.svg Inzell Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Gabdrachman Kadyrov (14 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Yury Lombockiy (13 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Vladimir Tsybrov (12+3 pts)
1970 Flag of Sweden.svg Nassjo Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Antonín Šváb, Sr. (15 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Gabdrachman Kadyrov (14 pts) Flag of Sweden.svg Kurt Westlund (12+3 pts)
1971 Flag of Germany.svg Inzell Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Gabdrachman Kadyrov (29 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Vladimir Chekushev (25 pts) Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Milan Špinka (21 pts)
1972 Flag of Sweden.svg Nassjo Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Gabdrachman Kadyrov (15 pts) Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Antonín Šváb, Sr. (14 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Vladimir Paznikov (12+3 pts)
1973 Flag of Germany.svg Inzell Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Gabdrachman Kadyrov (29 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Boris Samorodov (25 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Vladimir Paznikov (24 pts)
1974 Flag of Sweden.svg Nassjo Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Milan Špinka (15 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Vladimir Tsybrov (14 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Gabdrachman Kadyrov (13 pts)
1975 Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Moscow Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Sergey Tarabanko (30 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Vladimir Tsybrov (27 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Sergey Kazakov (24 pts)
1976 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Assen Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Sergey Tarabanko (28 pts) Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Milan Špinka (27 pts) Flag of Sweden.svg Conny Samuelsson (26 pts)
1977 Flag of Germany.svg Inzell Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Sergey Tarabanko (27 pts) Flag of Sweden.svg Conny Samuelsson (26 pts) Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Zdeněk Kudrna (24 pts)
1978 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Assen Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Sergey Tarabanko (28 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Anatoly Bondarenko (24 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Anatoly Gladyshev (23 pts)
1979 Flag of Germany.svg Inzell Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Anatoly Bondarenko (30 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Vladimir Lyubich (26+3 pts) Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Zdeněk Kudrna (26+2 pts)
1980 Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Kalinin Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Anatoly Bondarenko (29 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Sergey Tarabanko (26 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Vladimir Sukhov (25 pts)
1981 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Assen Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Vladimir Lyubich (28 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Vladimir Sukhov (26 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Anatoly Gladyshev (25+3 pts)
1982 Flag of Germany.svg Inzell Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Sergey Kazakov (28 pts) Flag of Sweden.svg Per-Olof Serenius (23 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Vladimir Subbotin (22 pts)
1983 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Eindhoven Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Sergey Kazakov (28+3 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Anatoly Bondarenko (28+2 pts) Flag of Sweden.svg Erik Stenlund (24+3 pts)
1984 Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Moscow Flag of Sweden.svg Erik Stenlund (29 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Vladimir Sukhov (28 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Yury Ivanov (27 pts)
1985 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Assen Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Vladimir Sukhov (28 pts) Flag of Finland.svg Jarmo Hirvasoja (26 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Yury Ivanov (25+3 pts)
1986 Flag of Sweden.svg Stockholm Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Yury Ivanov (29 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Vladimir Sukhov (27 pts) Flag of Sweden.svg Erik Stenlund (25 pts)
1987 Flag of Germany.svg Berlin Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Yury Ivanov (28 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Vladimir Sukhov (23 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Vitaly Russkih (21+3 pts)
1988 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Eindhoven Flag of Sweden.svg Erik Stenlund (29 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Yury Ivanov (27 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Sergey Ivanov (24 pts)
1989 Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Almaty Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Nikolay Nischenko (26 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Yury Ivanov (25 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Vladimir Sukhov (13+3 pts)
1990 Flag of Sweden.svg Göteborg Flag of Finland.svg Jarmo Hirvasoja (27 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Nikolay Nischenko (24 pts) Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Sergey Ivanov (23+3 pts)
1991 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Assen Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Sergey Ivanov (26+3 pts) Flag of Sweden.svg Per-Olof Serenius (26+F pts) Flag of Germany.svg Michael Lang (24 pts)
1992 Flag of Germany.svg Frankfurt Flag of the CIS.svg Yury Ivanov (28 pts) Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Antonín Klatovský (22 pts) Flag of Sweden.svg Stefan Svensson (21+3 pts)
1993 Flag of Russia.svg Saransk Flag of Russia.svg Vladimir Fadeev (27 pts) Flag of Russia.svg Aleksandr Balashov (26 pts) Flag of Germany.svg Michael Lang (23 pts)
1994 10 Rounds GP Flag of Russia.svg Aleksandr Balashov Flag of Sweden.svg Per-Olof Serenius Flag of Russia.svg Vyuacheslav Nikulin
1995 10 Rounds GP Flag of Sweden.svg Per-Olof Serenius Flag of Russia.svg Aleksandr Balashov Flag of Russia.svg Vyacheslav Nikulin
1996 10 Rounds GP Flag of Russia.svg Aleksandr Balashov Flag of Russia.svg Yury Polikarpov Flag of Russia.svg Vyacheslav Nikulin
1997 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Assen Flag of Russia.svg Kirilł Drogalin Flag of Russia.svg Aleksandr Balashov Flag of Finland.svg Jari Ahlbom
1998 10 Rounds GP Flag of Russia.svg Aleksandr Balashov Flag of Russia.svg Kirilł Drogalin Flag of Russia.svg Vyacheslav Nikulin
1999 10 Rounds GP Flag of Russia.svg Vladimir Fadeyev Flag of Russia.svg Aleksandr Balashov Flag of Germany.svg Vyacheslav Nikulin
2000 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Assen Flag of Russia.svg Kirilł Drogalin Flag of Austria.svg Franz Zorn Flag of Russia.svg Vladimir Fadeyev
2001 8 Rounds GP Flag of Russia.svg Kirilł Drogalin Flag of Russia.svg Vladimir Fadeyev Flag of Germany.svg Vyacheslav Nikulin
2002 8 Rounds GP Flag of Sweden.svg Per-Olof Serenius Flag of Germany.svg Vyacheslav Nikulin Flag of Russia.svg Yury Polikarpov
2003 6 Rounds GP Flag of Russia.svg Vitaly Khomitsevich Flag of Germany.svg Günther Bauer Flag of Russia.svg Vladimir Lumpov
2004 8 Rounds GP Flag of Russia.svg Dmitry Bulankin Flag of Russia.svg Vitaly Khomitsevich Flag of Russia.svg Nikolay Krasnikov
2005 6 Rounds GP Flag of Russia.svg Nikolay Krasnikov Flag of Russia.svg Vitaly Khomitsevich Flag of Russia.svg Ivan Ivanov
2006 4 Rounds GP Flag of Russia.svg Nikolay Krasnikov Flag of Russia.svg Yunir Bazeyev Flag of Russia.svg Mikhail Bogdanov
2007 6 Rounds GP Flag of Russia.svg Nikolay Krasnikov Flag of Russia.svg Vitaly Khomitsevich Flag of Russia.svg Ivan Ivanov
2008 6 Rounds GP Flag of Russia.svg Nikolay Krasnikov Flag of Russia.svg Vitaly Khomitsevich Flag of Austria.svg Franz Zorn
2009 [4] 8 Rounds GP Flag of Russia.svg Nikolay Krasnikov Flag of Russia.svg Daniil Ivanov Flag of Austria.svg Franz Zorn
2010 9 Rounds GP Flag of Russia.svg Nikolay Krasnikov Flag of Russia.svg Daniil Ivanov Flag of Russia.svg Dmitry Khomitsevich
2011 8 Rounds GP Flag of Russia.svg Nikolay Krasnikov Flag of Russia.svg Igor Kononov Flag of Russia.svg Daniil Ivanov
2012 8 Rounds GP Flag of Russia.svg Nikolay Krasnikov Flag of Russia.svg Daniil Ivanov Flag of Russia.svg Dmitry Khomitsevich
2013 10 Rounds GP Flag of Russia.svg Daniil Ivanov Flag of Russia.svg Dmitry Koltakov Flag of Russia.svg Dmitry Khomitsevich
2014 8 Rounds GP Flag of Russia.svg Daniil Ivanov Flag of Russia.svg Dmitry Koltakov Flag of Russia.svg Dmitry Khomitsevich
2015 10 Rounds GP Flag of Russia.svg Dmitry Koltakov Flag of Russia.svg Daniil Ivanov Flag of Russia.svg Dmitry Khomitsevich
2016 10 Rounds GP Flag of Russia.svg Dmitry Khomitsevich Flag of Russia.svg Dmitry Koltakov Flag of Russia.svg Daniil Ivanov
2017 10 Rounds GP Flag of Russia.svg Dmitry Koltakov Flag of Russia.svg Igor Kononov Flag of Russia.svg Dmitry Khomitsevich
2018 10 Rounds GP Flag of Russia.svg Dmitry Koltakov Flag of Russia.svg Daniil Ivanov Flag of Russia.svg Dmitry Khomitsevich

See also

Ice speedway

Ice speedway is a developed form of motorcycle speedway racing, featuring racing on frozen surfaces. The sport uses bikes enhanced for the terrain. Participants can compete at international level.

Ice racing

Ice racing is a form of racing that uses cars, motorcycles, snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles, or other motorized vehicles. Ice racing takes place on frozen lakes or rivers, or on groomed frozen lots. As cold weather is a requirement for natural ice, it is usually found at higher latitudes in Canada, the northern United States, and in northern Europe, although limited indoor events are held in warmer climates, typically on ice hockey rinks. Tracks in North America vary from 1/4 mile long ovals to several mile-long road course designs.

The Team Ice Racing World Championship is an international ice speedway competition, first held in Kaliningrad, USSR, in 1979. Since its establishment, the tournament has been noted by a continued Russian dominance: the Soviet Union, Commonwealth of Independent States and Russia have won all but three tournaments. The only non-Russian teams to have won were West Germany in 1983, and Sweden twice in 1985 and 1995. Russia won a 15th consecutive title in 2017.

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The 1980 Individual Ice Speedway World Championship was the 15th edition of the World Championship The Championship was held on 23/24 February 1980 in Kalinin in the Soviet Union.

The 1983 Individual Ice Speedway World Championship was the 18th edition of the World Championship The Championship was held on ?, 1983 in Eindhoven in the Netherlands.

The 1984 Individual Ice Speedway World Championship was the 19th edition of the World Championship The Championship was held on ?, 1984 in Moscow in the Soviet Union.

The 1985 Individual Ice Speedway World Championship was the 20th edition of the World Championship The Championship was held on ?, 1985 in Assen in the Netherlands.

The 1986 Individual Ice Speedway World Championship was the 21st edition of the World Championship The Championship was held on ?, 1986 in Stockholm in Sweden.

The 1988 Individual Ice Speedway World Championship was the 23rd edition of the World Championship The Championship was held on ?, 1988 in Eindhoven in the Netherlands.

The 1989 Individual Ice Speedway World Championship was the 24th edition of the World Championship The Championship was held on ?, 1989 in Alma Ata, Kazakhstan in the Soviet Union.

The 1990 Individual Ice Speedway World Championship was the 25th edition of the World Championship The Championship was held on ?, 1990 in Gothenburg in Sweden. Jarmo Hirvasoja became the first rider from Finland to take a World title in any discipline of speedway.

The 1991 Individual Ice Speedway World Championship was the 26th edition of the World Championship The Championship was held on ?, 1991 in Assen in the Netherlands.

The 1993 Individual Ice Speedway World Championship was the 28th edition of the World Championship The Championship was held on ?, 1993 in Saransk in Russia.

The 1994 Individual Ice Speedway World Championship was the 29th edition of the World Championship The Championship was held as a Grand Prix series over ten rounds.

The 1993 Team Ice Racing World Championship was the 15th edition of the Team World Championship. The final was held on 6/7 March, 1993, in Assen, in the Netherlands. Russia won the title.

The 2009 Team Ice Racing World Championship was the 31st edition of the Team World Championship. The final was held on ?, 2009, in Inzell, in Germany. Russia won their 15th title.

The 2017 Team Ice Racing World Championship was the 39th edition of the Team World Championship. The final was held on 11/12 March, 2017, in Inzell, Germany. Russia won their 15th consecutive title and 23rd title overall.

References

  1. "Ice Speedway World Championship Past Winners". Ice Speedway.co.uk.
  2. "World Ice Racing Championships". Edinburgh Speedway.
  3. "HISTORY OF ICE RACING". FIM.
  4. "Nikołaj Krasnikow zdominował cykl Grand Prix" (in Polish). SportoweFakty.pl. 2009-03-15. Retrieved 2009-03-15.