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  Myslowice  2007 
12.07.2007 -  15.07.2007

 
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Poland hosts 2007 SWATCH FIVB U-19 World Championships

 

The sixth SWATCH FIVB World Championships for players under the age of 19 will be held from 11-15 July in Myslowice, Poland. Located in the Upper Silesia region of Poland, Myslowice was a crossroads in the era of the German, Austro-Hungarian and Russian empires.  Myslowice has a population of around 75,000, is home to various international companies and has excellent international transport connections by road, rail and air. At the 2006 event in Bermuda, for the first time all of the final four men's teams were from Europe, with Italy's silver and bronze medals catapulting the country from nowhere to fourth place in the overall medals table. Klass/Erdmann's gold medal victory made Germany the first country to bag two golds at the junior world championships, while this year's host Poland remains overall leader in the medals table.

 

2006 U19 world champions Marvin Klass (left) and Jonathan Erdmann from Germany

 

 

PAST MEN’S SWATCH-FIVB U-18/19 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS “FINAL FOURS”

 

Bermuda, Horseshoe Bay (September 6 - 10, 2006)

1. Jonathan Erdmann/Marvin Klass, Germany
2. Paolo Nicolai/Francesco Giontella, Italy
3. Matteo Ingrosso/Paolo Ingrosso, Italy
4. Renaud Ventresque/Brice Thesee, France
Gold - Erdmann/Klass def. Nicolai/Giontella 21-18, 17-21, 15-12 (54 minutes)

Bronze - Ingrosso-Ingrosso def. Ventresque-Thesee FRA 22-20, 21-15 (38)
 

France, Saint Quay Portrieux (August 3-7, 2005)
1. Tine Urnaut/Nejc Zemljak, Slovenia
2. Joseph Dykstra/Mark Van Zwieten, United States
3. Grzegorz Fijalek/Michal Matyja, Poland
4. Jonathan Erdmann/Stefan Windscheif, Germany
Gold - Urnaut/Zemljak def. Dykstra/Van Zwieten, 21-13, 21-23, 15-12 (49 minutes)
Bronze - Fijalek/Matyja def. Erdmann/Windscheif, 12-21, 21-17, 15-10 (47)
 
Italy, Termoli (September 8-12, 2004)
1. Arunas Kirsnys/Arvydas Miseikis, Lithuania
2. Zbigniew Bartman/Michal Kubiak, Poland
3. Ingars Ivanovs/Janis Smedins, Latvia
4. Reid Hall/Adam Podstawka, Canada
Gold - Kirsnys/Miseikis def. Bartman/Kubiak, 21-14, 22-24 and 15-13 (54)
Bronze - Ivanovs/Smedins def. Hall/Podstawka, 21-15 and 21-14 (34)

Thailand, Pattaya (August 27-31, 2003)
1. Sebastian Fuchs/Thomas Kaczmarek, Germany
2. Ian Borges/Pedro Solberg Salgado, Brazil
3. Tomasz Sinczak/Rafat Szternal, Poland
4. Michel Mokomdoko/Juan Virgen, Mexico
Gold - Fuchs/Kaczmarek def. Borges/Salgado, 21-19, 23-25, 18-16 (64)
Bronze - Sinczak/Szternal def. Mokomdoko/Virgen, 21-17, 21-17 (37)
 
Greece, Xylokastro (August 28-September 1, 2002)
1. Ian Borges/Pedro Solberg Salgado, Brazil
2. Andreas Gortisanouk/Theodoris Papadimitriou, Greece
3. Rouslan Daynov/Yaroslav Koshkarev, Russia
4. Kamil Lyczko/Sebastian Pecherz, Poland
Gold - Borges/Salgado def. Gortisanouk/Papadimitriou, 21-18, 22-20 (41)
Bronze -Daynov/Koshkarev def. Lyczko/Pecherz, 21-19, 21-18 (40)

 

Men’s
Final 4s
Gold Silver Bronze Medals 4ths Final 4s
Poland 0 1 2 3 1 4
Brazil 1 1 0 2 0 2
Germany 2 0 0 2 1 3
Italy 0 1 1 2 0 2
Slovenia 1 0 0 1 0 1
United States 0 1 0 1 0 1
Lithuania  1 0 0 1 0 1
Latvia 0 0 1 1 0 1
Russia 0 0 1 1 0 1
Greece 0 1 0 1 0 1
Canada 0 0 0 0 1 1
France 0 0 0 0 1 1
Mexico 0 0 0 0 1 1