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2010 FIB WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP MEN

Moscow, Russia, January 24-31


 


This World Championship was the 30th World Championship. It was played at Sports Complex Krylatskoie.

Sweden won the final against Russia on extra time and Golden Goal 6-5, after decisive goal by Daniel Mossberg. This was the first time that Sweden managed to win the gold medal in Moscow. Finland conquered the bronze by defeating Kazakhstan by 4-3 by extension.


 

1 SWEDEN         

Andreas Bergwall, Olov Englund, Linus Pettersson, Per Hellmyrs, Andreas Westh, Daniel Berlin, Hans Andersson, Stefan Erixon, Daniel Välitalo, Daniel Jonsson, Daniel Mossberg, Jonas Edling, Anders Svensson, Christoffer Edlund, Daniel Andersson, Johan Andersson, Franco Bergman (Head coach)

2 RUSSIA          

Roman Chernyk, Pavel Franz, Andrei Zolotarev, Sergei Lomanov, Alexander Tiukavin, Sergei Obuhov, Pavel Ryazantsev, Dmitri Saveliev, Rinat Shamsutov, Ivan Maksimov, Igor Larionov, Maxim Chernov, Denis Krushenkov, Yuri Vikulin, Yuri Pogrebnoi, Kirill Hvalko, Roman Geisel, Pavel Bulatov, Mikhail Svechnikov, Yevgeny Ivanushkin, Sergei Firsov (Head coach)

3 FINLAND

Pasi Hiekkanen, Petteri Lampinen, Ilari Moisala, Kimmo Huotelin, Timo Arjanko, Rolf Larsson, Jari Hyttinen, Igor Zolotarev, Mikko Rytkönen, Mikko Aarni, Marko Herajärvi, Pekka Hiltunen, Joni Kauhanen, Mikko Lukkarila, Antti Ekman, Sami Harjuoja, Ville Aaltonen.


BEST GOAL SCORERS GROUP A                                        

14 goals
Yevgeny Ivanushkin and Pavel Ryazantsev, Russia
13 goals
Patrik Nilsson, Sweden
12 goals
Sergei Obuhov, Russia, Daniel Andersson and Christoffer Edlund, Sweden
11 goals
Sergei Lomanov, Russia
9 goals
John Arundel, USA, Ivan Maksimov, Russia and Mikko Aarni, Finland
8 goals
Daren Richardson, USA
6 goals
Mikhail Sveshnikov, Russia, Leonid Bedarev and Vyacheslav Bronnikov, Kazakhstan


BEST PLAYERS

Goal keeper
Markko Herajärvi, Finland

Defender
Andreas Westh, Sweden

Midfielder
Mikhail Sveshnikov, Russia

Forward
Patrik Nilsson, Sweden