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SWEDEN WORLD CHAMPION Y19 BOYS!

Sweden won the World Championship for Y19 Boys  after a convincing final victory over Norway with 10-2. The tournament was a great success especially for Norway, which reached the final for the first time since 1976. The tournament has obviously been affected by the fact that Russia did not participate. This was the 30th World Championship in the bandy history. The first tournament was played in 1968.
This was the 15th gold for Sweden on the junior side for this age group. Russia has as many golds as Sweden if you include the championships that the nation won as the USSR.


READ ALL ABOUT THE TOURNAMENT HERE!


The goals in the final:
1-0 (1) Rasmus Skarps (assist Karl Tagesson)
2-0 (9) Karl Tagesson (ass. Elliot Hellström)
3-0 (16) Linus Westh (ass. Karl Tagesson)
4-0 (23) August Ljung (ass. Figge Nilsson)
5-0 (37) Vladimir In-Fa-Lin (ass. Karl Tagesson)
6-0 (48) Arvid Tapper (ass. Rasmus Skarps)
7-0 (52) August Ljung (ass. Vladimir In-Fa-Lin)
8-0 (53) August Ljung (ass. Linus Westh)
9-0 (59) Rasmus Skarps (ass. Linus Westh)
9-1 (64) Eskil Hiort (ass. Ole Robin Kåsa Kjellmann)
10-1 (74) Rasmus Skarps, penalty shot
10-2 (81) Fredrik Nordby, penalty shot

Photo: Mats Gustafsson