List of European Pairs Speedway Championship medalists

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This is the complete list of European Pairs Speedway Championship medalists from 2004 to 2014.

The European Pairs Speedway Championship is an annual speedway event held in different countries organized by the European Motorcycle Union (UEM) since 2004.

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Medalists

YearVenueWinnersRunner-up3rd place
2004
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Flag of Hungary.svg Debrecen Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic (28 pts)
Aleš Dryml, Jr. (12)
Bohumil Brhel (16)
Lukáš Dryml (—)
Flag of Russia.svg  Russia (20+3 pts)
Simon Vlasov (0)
Siergiej Filiushin (5)
Renat Gafurov (15+3)
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (20+2 pts)
Rafał Szombierski (9+2)
Tomasz Gapiński (5)
Robert Kościecha (6)
2005
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Flag of Poland.svg Gdańsk Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (29 pts)
Robert Kościecha (12)
Krzysztof Kasprzak (13)
Janusz Kołodziej (4)
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic (27 pts)
Bohumil Brhel (13)
Aleš Dryml, Jr. (14)
Lukáš Dryml (—)
Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia (20 pts)
Izak Šantej (6)
Matej Žagar (14)
 
2006
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Flag of Slovenia.svg Lendava Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (27 pts)
Sebastian Ułamek (14)
Wiesław Jaguś (13)
Marcin Rempała (—)
Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia (25 pts)
Matej Žagar (11)
Jernej Kolenko (14)
Izak Šantej (—)
Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary (19 pts)
Norbert Magosi (12)
Laszlo Szatmari (5)
 
2007
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Flag of Italy.svg Terenzano Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic (26 pts)
Aleš Dryml, Jr. (10)
Lukáš Dryml (15)
Zdeněk Simota (1)
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (22 pts)
Sławomir Drabik (9)
Adam Skórnicki (1)
Krzysztof Jabłoński (12)
Flag of Russia.svg  Russia (21 pts)
Denis Gizatullin (9)
Renat Gafurov (12)
 
2008
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Flag of Austria.svg Natschbach-Loipersbach Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (28 pts)
Karol Ząbik (10)
Adam Skórnicki (8)
Sebastian Ułamek (10)
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic (21+3 pts)
Aleš Dryml, Jr. (2)
Lukáš Dryml (14+3)
Adrian Rymel (5)
Flag of Russia.svg  Russia (21+2 pts)
Aleksiej Charczenko (0)
Renat Gafurov (13+2)
Roman Povazhny (8)
2009
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Flag of Hungary.svg Miskolc Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic (29 pts)
Aleš Dryml, Jr. (13)
Lukáš Dryml (16)
Matěj Kůs (—)
Flag of Russia.svg  Russia (25 pts)
Artem Laguta (6)
Renat Gafurov (10)
Grigory Laguta (9)
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (19 pts)
Robert Miśkowiak (6)
Ronnie Jamroży (1)
Daniel Jeleniewski (12)
2010
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Flag of Germany.svg Straslund Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic (24 pts)
Aleš Dryml, Jr. (13)
Lukáš Dryml (11)
Matěj Kůs (—)
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany (20+3 pts)
Martin Smolinski (1)
Tobias Kroner (14+3)
Roberto Haupt (5)
Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia (20+2 pts)
Jurica Pavlic (13+2)
Dino Kovačić (7)
2011
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Flag of Poland.svg Piła Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (26 pts)
Jarosław Hampel (9)
Przemysław Pawlicki (16)
Piotr Pawlicki Jr. (1)
Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary (20+3 pts)
Norbert Magosi (12+3)
Jozsef Tabaka (8)
Flag of Russia.svg  Russia (20+2 pts)
Renat Gafurov (11)
Victor Golubovsky (9+2)
2012
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Flag of Ukraine.svg Rivne Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine (26 pts)
Andriy Karpov (16)
Oleksandr Loktaev (10)
Stanislav Melnichuk (-)
Flag of Latvia.svg  Latvia (23 pts)
Andžejs Ļebedevs (10)
Ķasts Puodžuks (13)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (22 pts)
Kenni Larsen (11)
Peter Kildemand (11)
2013
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Flag of Germany.svg Herxheim Flag of Germany.svg  Germany (26 pts)
Martin Smolinski (16)
Kevin Wölbert (10)
Max Dilger (-)
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (23 pts)
Sebastian Ułamek (14)
Norbert Kościuch (9)
Mariusz Puszakowski (-)
Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine (20 pts)
Andriy Karpov (18)
Oleksandr Loktaev (0)
Stanislav Melnichuk (2)
2014
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Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Divišov Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic (26 pts)
Václav Milík, Jr. (16)
Eduard Krčmář (10)
Tomáš Suchánek (-)
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (24 pts)
Damian Baliński (14)
Sebastian Ułamek (10)
Adrian Miedziński (0)
Flag of Russia.svg  Russia (20 pts)
Denis Gizatullin (9)
Vitaliy Belousov (11)
YearVenueWinnersRunner-up3rd place

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