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FIRS Roller Hockey World Cup

FIRS Roller Hockey World Cup
FIRS Logo
Founded 1936
Region International (FIRS)
Number of teams 16
Current champions  Argentina (5th title)
Most successful team(s)  Spain (16 times)
Website FIRS Official Website
La Roche-sur-Yon 2015

The FIRS Roller Hockey World Cup is a Fédération Internationale de Roller Sports.

Contents

  • A Class Championship and B Class Championship 1
  • A Championship 2
    • Winners 2.1
    • Medal table 2.2
  • B Championship 3
    • Winners 3.1
    • Medal table 3.2
  • Records 4
    • Biggest margin of victory 4.1
  • References 5
  • External links 6

A Class Championship and B Class Championship

Currently FIRS organize two world tournaments: an A Championship and a B Championship. The A Championship contains the 16 best world teams, as the B Championship contains 16 nations of inferior level. Each championship happens every two years in alternate years. The first three-placed nations on the B Championship are granted an entry to next year's A Championship and the three worst-placed teams on the A side are relegated to the B Championship.

A Championship

Winners

European and World Championship
Year Host city (cities) Gold Silver Bronze 4th Place
1936 Stuttgart  England  Italy  Portugal   Switzerland
1939 Montreux  England  Italy  Portugal  Belgium
1947 Lisbon  Portugal  Belgium  Spain  Italy
1948 Montreux  Portugal  England  Italy  Spain
1949 Lisbon  Portugal  Spain  Italy  Belgium
1950 Milan  Portugal  Italy   Switzerland  Spain
1951 Barcelona  Spain  Portugal  Italy  Belgium
1952 Porto  Portugal  Italy  Spain  Belgium
1953 Geneva  Italy  Portugal  Spain   Switzerland
1954 Barcelona  Spain  Portugal  Italy  Belgium
1955 Milan  Spain  Italy  Portugal   Switzerland
1956 Porto  Portugal  Spain  Italy  West Germany
World Championship
Year Host city (cities) Gold Silver Bronze 4th Place
1958 Porto  Portugal  Spain  Italy  Netherlands
1960 Madrid  Portugal  Spain  Argentina  Italy
1962 Santiago  Portugal  Italy  Spain   Switzerland
1964 Barcelona  Spain  Portugal  Italy  Netherlands
1966 São Paulo  Spain  Portugal  Argentina  Italy
1968 Porto  Portugal  Spain  Argentina  Italy
1970 San Juan  Spain  Portugal  Italy  Argentina
1972 A Coruña  Spain  Portugal  Argentina  West Germany
1974 Lisbon  Portugal  Spain  Argentina  West Germany
1976 Oviedo  Spain  Argentina  Portugal  West Germany
1978 San Juan  Argentina  Spain  Portugal  West Germany
1980 Talcahuano  Spain  Argentina  Portugal  Chile
1982 Barcelos  Portugal  Spain  Argentina  Chile
1984 Novara  Argentina  Italy  Portugal  Spain
1986 Sertãozinho  Italy  Spain  Portugal  Argentina
1988 A Coruña  Italy  Spain  Portugal  Argentina
1989 San Juan  Spain  Portugal  Italy  Chile
1991 Porto  Portugal  Netherlands  Argentina  Brazil
1993 Bassano d.G. and Sesto S.G.  Portugal  Italy  Argentina  Spain
1995 Recife  Argentina  Portugal  Spain  Brazil
1997 Wuppertal  Italy  Argentina  Spain  Portugal
1999 Reus  Argentina  Spain  Portugal  Italy
2001 San Juan  Spain  Argentina  Italy  Portugal
2003 Oliveira de Azeméis  Portugal  Italy  Spain  Argentina
2005 San Jose  Spain  Argentina  Portugal  Italy
2007 Montreux  Spain   Switzerland  Argentina  Italy
2009 Vigo  Spain  Argentina  Portugal  Brazil
2011 San Juan  Spain  Argentina  Portugal  Mozambique
2013 Luanda and Namibe  Spain  Argentina  Portugal  Chile
2015 La Roche-sur-Yon  Argentina  Spain  Portugal  Germany
2017 Barcelona

Medal table

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Spain 16 13 7 36
2  Portugal 15 9 15 39
3  Argentina 5 8 9 22
4  Italy 4 8 10 22
5  England 2 1 0 3
6   Switzerland 0 1 1 2
7  Belgium 0 1 0 1
7  Netherlands 0 1 0 1

B Championship

FIRS Roller Hockey World Cup
FIRS Logo
Founded 1984
Region International (FIRS)
Number of teams 9-12
Current champions  Austria (1st title)
Most successful team(s)  United States (3 titles)
Website FIRS Official Website
Canelones 2014

Winners

Year Host city (cities) Gold Silver Bronze 4th Place
1984 Paris  France  Belgium  England  Angola
1986 Mexico City  Germany  Netherlands  Mozambique  Australia
1988 Colombia  Colombia   Switzerland  Chile  Australia
1990 Macau  Brazil   Switzerland  Australia  England
1992 Andorra  Andorra  France  Mozambique  Angola
1994 Chile  France  Angola  Chile  Colombia
1996 Mexico City  United States  Netherlands  Colombia  Andorra
1998 Macau  Chile  England  Mozambique  Andorra
2000 Chatham  England  Netherlands  Canada  Uruguay
2002 Montevideo  Andorra  Colombia  England  Uruguay
2004 Macau  Catalonia[1]  England  Andorra  Macau
2006 Montevideo  Mozambique  Netherlands  Colombia  Macau
2008 Vanderbijlpark  United States  Netherlands  Colombia  South Africa
2010 Dornbirn  United States  South Africa  Netherlands  Austria
2012 Canelones  South Africa  England  Austria  Uruguay
2014 Canelones  Austria  England  Netherlands  United States

Medal table

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States 3 0 0 3
2  France 2 1 0 3
3  Andorra 2 0 1 3
4  England 1 4 2 7
5  Colombia 1 1 3 5
6  South Africa 1 1 0 2
7  Mozambique 1 0 3 4
8  Chile 1 0 2 3
9  Austria 1 0 1 1
10  Germany 1 0 0 1
10  Brazil 1 0 0 1
10  Catalonia[1] 1 0 0 1
13  Netherlands 0 5 2 7
14   Switzerland 0 2 0 2
15  Belgium 0 1 0 1
15  Angola 0 1 0 1
17  Australia 0 0 1 1
17  Canada 0 0 1 1

Records

Biggest margin of victory

1980
  Switzerland 56–0 India 

References

  1. ^ a b A no contest the World Cup 2005 due to the FIRS not endorse its final acceptance by participating in the 2004 edition as a provisional member.

External links

  • FIRS web site
  • Comité Européen de Rink-Hockey CERH website
  • CIRH website
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