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2007 FIB WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP MEN

Kemerovo, Russia, 28 January-4 February



Russia won the tournament before Sweden and Finland. The main arena was the Kemerovo Chimik Stadium, which seats 30,000 spectators.

Twelve teams participated in the competition. Russia, Sweden, Finland, Kazakhstan and Norway played in Group A and Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Mongolia, Netherlands and the USA in Group B. Russia won the tournament.


1 RUSSIA        

Roman Geizel, Kirill Hvalko, Andrei Zolotarev, Vasili Granovski, Yuri Vikulin, Pavel Franz, Mikhail Svechnikov, Alexander Tiukavin, Ivan Maksimov, Dmitri Starikov, Yuri Pogrebnoi, Dmitri Saveliev, Maksim Chernyev, Denis Krushenkov, Sergei Lomanov , Pavel Ryazantsev

2 SWEDEN         

Andreas Bergwall, Anders Svensson, Olov Englund, Anders Bruun, Per Hellmyrs, Andreas Westh, Hans Andersson, Marcus Bergwall, Daniel Liw, Stefan Erixon, Anders Östling, Magnus Muhrén, Magnus Olsson, Daniel Mossberg, Jonas Edling, Daniel Andersson, David Karlsson, Johan Andersson

3 FINLAND

Pasi Hiekkanen, Petteri Lampinen, Jani Kokko, Kimmo Huotelin, Antti Ekman, Timo Arjanko, Sami Laakkonen, Samuli Niskanen, Igor Zolotarev, Pekka Rintala, Mikko Aarni, Timo Oksanen, Mika Mutikainen, Tommy Österberg, Rasmus Lindkvist, Tommi Pikkuhookana, Tomi Hauska, Ville Aaltonen


GOAL SCORERS GROUP A                                                          

19 goals – Sergei Obuhov, Russia
16 goals – David Karlsson, Sweden
14 goals – Daniel Andersson, Sweden
13 goals – Yevgeny Ivanushkin, Russia, Sami Laakkonen, Finland and Pavel Ryazantsev, Russia
12 goals – Vyatcheslav Bronnikov, Kazakhstan
11 goals – Sergei Lomanov Jr
9 goals – Denis Kurshenkov, Russia
7 goals – Sergei Tarasov, Kazakhstan
6 goals – Marcus Bergwall and Jonas Edling, Sweden and Ivan Maksimov, Russia
5 goals – Ville Aaltonen, Finland, Johan Andersson, Sweden, Sergei Tchernetsky, Belarus, Kjetil Johansen and Christer Lystad, Norway, Andrei Morikov, Kazakhstan and Mikhail Svechnikov, Russia
4 goals – Mikko Aarni, Rasmus Lindqvist and Mika Mutikainen, Finland, Maksim Chernyev, Russia, Denis In-Fa-Lin, Kazakhstan and Thomas Moen, Norway.
3 goals – Stefan Erixon, Sweden, Påhl Hansen, Norway, Samuli Niskanen, Finland, Yevgeny Sviridov and Anton Zybarev, Belarus
2 goals – Marius Austad, Norway, Magnus Muhrén, Olov Englund, Per Hellmyrs and Daniel Mossberg, Sweden, Rauan Issaliev, Vladislav Novozhilov and Dmitri Zavidovski, Kazakhstan, Dmitri Saveljev, Dmitri Starikov, Alexander Tiukavin and Yuri Vikulin, Russia, Pekka Rintala and Igor Zolotarev, Finland
1 goal – Hans Andersson and Anders Östling, Sweden, Kjetil Bergh, Stian Holmen-Jensen, Jan Magnus Olaisen and Christian Waaler, Norway, Vadim Bogdanovich, Artem Botvenkov, Roman Poloskin and Mihail Tarasenko, Belarus, Mikhail Dobrynin, Aleksandr Driagin, Denis Slautin, Aleksei Zigarskikh and Alexei Zolotarev, Kazakhstan, Yuri Pogrebnoi, Russia, Antti Ekman, Kimmo Huotelin, Petteri Lampinen and Tommi Österberg, Finland.


Sergei Lomanov Jr   Photo: Russian Bandy Federation

BEST PLAYERS

Goalkeeper
Andreas Bergwall, Sweden

Defender
Petteri Lampinen, Finland

Midfielder
Mikhail Sveshnikov, Russia

Forward
Sergei Lomanov Jr, Russia