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2015 FIB WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP MEN

Khabarovsk, Russia, 1-5 February (B) – 29 March-4 April (A)


 


The 35th World Championship was held in Khabarovsk, Russia. The A-Championship was be played at the end of March and beginning of April, which meant that the championship was decided after the national leagues. The B-Championship was decided at the end of January and beginning of February.

China participated for the first time. The Latvian team participated in both Championship A and B.


1 RUSSIA         

Roman Chernykh, Denis Rysev, Alexei Chizhov, Sergei Lomanov, Maxim Ishkeldin, Alexander Tiukavin, Pavel Ryazantsev, Nikita Ivanov, Alan Dzhusoev, Dmitri Saveliev, Sergey Shaburov, Yevgeny Dergayev, Yuri Vikulin, Vasily Granovski, Pyotr Zaharov, Pavel Bulatov, Ivan Shevtsov, Yevgeny Ivanushkin, Sergei Mjaus (Head coach)

2 SWEDEN       

Andreas Bergwall, Joel Othén, Olov Englund, Per Hellmyrs, Andreas Westh, Daniel Berlin, Johan Östblom, Hans Andersson, Jonas Nilsson, Linus Pettersson, Erik Säfström, Daniel Mossberg, Patrik Nilsson, Christoffer Edlund, Adam Gilljam, Daniel Välitalo, Daniel Andersson, Johan Esplund, Jonas Claesson (Head coach)

3 KAZAKHSTAN

Denis Maximenko, Andrei Rein, Konstantin Pepelyaev, Anatoly Golubkov, Alexander Nasonov, Sergey Gortchakov, Eugene Shadrin, Ruslan Galyutdinov, Rauan Isaliev, Denis Slautin, Andrei Morokov, Iskander Nugmanov, Sergei Potkhunov, Leonid Bedarev, Andrei Kovalev, Pavel Dubovik, Vyacheslav Markin, Max Gavrilenko, Ilya Hairekishev, Alexei Nikishov (Head coach)


BEST GOAL SCORERS A-CHAMPIONSHIP

15 goals
Andrei Kabanov, Belarus
13 goals
Yevgeny Ivanushkin, Russia
11 goals
Patrik Nilsson, Sweden and Sergei Yusupov, Belarus
9 goals
Nikolai Rustad Jensen and Sondre Bratvold Kristoffersen, Norway and Sergei Lomanov, Russia
8 goals
Daniel Andersson, Sweden and Christian Waaller, Norway
7 goals
Mikko Lukkarila, Finland, Sergei Potkhunov and Denis Slautin, Kazakhstan, Daren Richardson, USA and Christoffer Edlund, Sweden  


BEST GOAL SCORERS B-CHAMPIONSHIP

17 goals
Johan Chang. China 

15 goals
Michael Dunaev, Germany and Alexander Saveliev, Estonia

12 goals
András Kordisz, Hungary

11 goals
Lauris Ziemins, Latvia

10 goals
Stephan Den Brok, Netherlands
8 goals
Robert Thelin, Hungary and Bayarsaykhan Zhargalsaykhan, Mongolia


BEST PLAYERS A-CHAMPIONSHIP

 Daniel Berlin

Goal keeper
Andreas Bergwall, Sweden

Defender
Andreas Westh, Sweden

Midfielder
Daniel Berlin, Sweden

Forward
Yevgeny Ivanushkin, Russia

Most Valuable Player
Sergei Lomanov, Russia


BEST PLAYERS B-CHAMPIONSHIP

Goal keeper
Christian Mauros, Hungary

Defender
Stephan Den Brok, Netherlands

Midfielder
Lauris Ziemins, Latvia

Forward
Alexander Savelev, Estonia