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2014 FIB WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP MEN

Irkutsk, Russia, 26 January-2 February


   


Unlike in previous years, a new series system was used. In Group A, eight countries played, divided by team level into two pools of four. Pool A was played by Russia, Sweden, Kazakhstan and Finland, while Pool B was played by Norway, Belarus, the United States and Canada. The championship was won by the host team Russia. 

The tournament was played in four different arenas; Trud, Record and Zenith in Irkutsk and Stroitel in Shelekhov


1 RUSSIA         

Roman Chernykh, Denis Rysev, Artem Bondarenko, Sergei Lomanov, Maksim Ishkeldin, Aleksandr Tiukavin, Alan Dzhusoev, Aleksandr Yegorytshev, Sergei Kalinin, Dmitri Saveljev, Sergei Shaburov, Janis Befus, Aleksei Dorovskih, Igor Larionov, Aleksei Bushuev, Yuri Vikulin, Petr Zaharov, Pavel Bulatov, Yevgeni Ivanushkin, Mihail Yuriev (Head coach)

2 SWEDEN       

Andreas Bergwall, Anders Svensson, Olov Englund, Per Hellmyrs, Andreas Westh, Daniel Berlin, Hans Andersson, Johan Löfstedt, David Pizzoni Elfving, Linus Pettersson, Erik Säfström, Patrik Nilsson, Ulf Einarsson, Christoffer Edlund, Adam Gilljam, Daniel Välitalo, Daniel Andersson, Erik Pettersson, Jonas Claesson (Head coach)

3 KAZAKHSTAN

Andrei Rein, Sergei Naumov, Denis Maksimenko, Mihail Dobrynin, Aleksandr Nasonov, Sergei Gortchakov, Yevgeni Shadrin, Dmitri Zavidovski, Rauan Isaliev, Denis Slautin, Yuri Loginov, Iskander Nugmanov, Pjotr Gribanov, Sergei Potchkunov, Leonid Bedarev, Andrei Kovaliov, Pavel Dubovik, Vyatcheslav Markin, Aleksei Nikishov (Head coach)

Photo: Russian Bandy Federation

BEST GOAL SCORERS GROUP A

11 goals – Christoffer Edlund, Sweden
10 goals – Nikolai Rustad Jensen, Norway
9 goals – Sergei Chernetsky, Belarus
8 goals – Adam Giljam and Daniel Andersson, Sweden and Yevgeny Ivanushkin, Russia
7 goals – Magnus Høgevold, Norway, Daren Richardson, USA and Sergei Lomanov, Russia
6 goals – Jan Olav Løyning, Norway, Artem Bondarenko, Russia, Johan Löfstedt and Erik Pettersson, Sweden and Igor Larionov, Russia


Michael Dunaev

BEST GOAL SCORERS GROUP B

19 goals – Michael Dunaev, Germany 
16 goals – Max Blem, Latvia
12 goals – Bayarsayhan Zhargalsayhan, Mongolia and Lauris Ziemins, Latvia
11 goals – Dmitri Tsymbal, Ukraine
10 goals – Eugene Babko, Ukraine
8 goals – Robert Thelin, Hungary
7 goals – Simon Lilla and Dmitry Stepanov, Estonia


BEST PLAYERS

Goal keeper
Anders Svensson, Sweden

Defender
Andreas Westh, Sweden

Midfielder
Sergei Lomanov, Russia

Forward
Yevgeny Ivanushkin, Russia

Most Valuable Player
Alexander Nasonov, Kazakhstan