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FIB 2024 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP BOYS 19

This Championship was played on Ullernbanen, outdoor arena, Oslo, Norway during Friday-Sunday, January 19-21. Finland, Norway and Sweden participated.


SWEDEN WORLD CHAMPION!

Beat Norway 11-6 in the final after an impressiv performance!

THE GOALS IN THE FINAL
1-0 (16) Rasmus Gustafsson, 1-1 (23) Tyler Kindler Myrmo (Herman Sundheim) 2-1 (26) Colin Dahlberg (Rasmus Gustafsson) 3-1 (31) Oskar Alfredsson (Rasmus Gustafsson, 4-1 (37) Oskar Alfredsson, 5-1 (40) Albin Bysell (Gustaf Doktare) 6-1 (55) Vilgot Müller, 6-2 (57) Henrik Tuseth, 6-3 (58) Herman Nordby (Daniel Pundsnes, 7-3 (60) Colin Dahlberg (Wilhelm Frimodig) 8-3 (72) Albin Bysell (Colin Dahlberg) 8-4 (73) Herman Nordby (Herman Sundheim) 8-5 (79) Herman Sundheim 9-5 (80) Vilgot Müller (Axel Tapper) 9-6 (85) Anton Philippenko (Daniel Pundsnes) 10-6 (92) Colin Dahlberg (Vilgot Müller) 11-6 (95) Albin Bysell (Wilhelm Frimodig).


HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE FINAL!


Finland-Sweden Friday evening – Photo: Frank Nordseth


WINNERS IN RECENT YEARS

2022 – Sweden is reigning World Champion since in Katrineholm, Sweden in 2022 by a convincing victory against Norway, 10-2 in the final.
2021 – There was no World Championship due to the pandemic.
2020 – Russia won the Championship in Helsinki in 2020 with a Golden Goal in the final against Sweden by Roman Darkovsky!
2019 – Russia won the Championship in Krasnoyarsk, Russia by beating Sweden 2-1 in the final.


THE BEST PLAYERS OF THE TOURNAMENT 2024

Albin Bysell, Sweden

BEST GOAL KEEPER
Eelis Laitinen, Finland

BEST DEFENDER
Herman Sundheim, Norway

BEST MIDFIELDER
Gustaf Doktare, Sweden

BEST FORWARD, BEST GOAL SCORER (9 goals)
AND MOST VALUABLE PLAYER
Albin Bysell, Sweden


HIGHLIGHTS!   
Norway-Finland 1-2

Finland-Sweden 1-3

Sweden-Norway 2-2

Finland-Norway 0-3

Norway-Sweden 0-7

Sweden-Finland 4-3


ALL TEAM SQUADS


MATCH PROTOCOLS

January 19 – Finland-Sweden
January 19 – Norway-Finland
January 19 – Sweden-Norway
January 20 – Finland-Norway
January 20 – Norway-Sweden
January 20 – Sweden-Finland
January 21 – Sweden-Norway (Final game)


THIS IS OSLO

Oslo, from 1624 to 1925 Kristiania, is the capital of Norway. The municipality of Oslo is a county of its own, with over 680,000 inhabitants. The city of Oslo encompasses the cohesive buildings in and around the city and has over 1,000,000 inhabitants, while the entire metropolitan area has over 1.5 million. The city’s roots can be traced back to the time around the year 1000 and it became the capital in 1299.

After a three-day fire in 1624, the city was moved a little further west and newly constructed under the name Christiania, while the original Oslo retained its name as an area outside the city.

Oslo became Norway’s capital during Håkon Magnusson’s reign as king. He built Akershus fortress and made it his residence. The Oslo people ran successful trade, but were eventually outcompeted by Hansan. During the 16th century, the Oslo merchants recovered from Hansan’s dominance, and shipping and timber trade were expanded.

Several major sporting events take place every year in Oslo, of which the most internationally renowned are the ski games Holmenkollen Ski Festival and the athletics competitions Bislett Games – one of fourteen athletic gals in the competition design Diamond League.

Oslo is also home to the bandy teams Ullern, Ullevål and Ready men and for the women’s team Ready.

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FIB DELEGATION MEETS IOC!
FIB delegation, Stein Pedersen, President, and Attila Adamfi, General Secretary and Vice President have met with Kit McConnell, IOC Sports Director, Irina Gladkikh, Associate Director, Winter and Recognised Sport and IF Relations, and Tania Tchea, Head of Recognised Federations and Organisations.

The meeting has taken place at the IOC Headquarters in Lausanne and the current situation of FIB and the different possibilities to include Bandy on the Winter Olympic Sports Programme has been discussed.

Read all about it on www.worldbandy.com/2023/11/20/fib-delegation-meets-ioc/
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FIB DELEGATION MEETS IOC!
FIB delegation, Stein Pedersen, President, and Attila Adamfi, General Secretary and Vice President have met with Kit McConnell, IOC Sports Director, Irina Gladkikh, Associate Director, Winter and Recognised Sport and IF Relations, and Tania Tchea, Head of Recognised Federations and Organisations.

The meeting has taken place at the IOC Headquarters in Lausanne and the current situation of FIB and the different possibilities to include Bandy on the Winter Olympic Sports Programme has been discussed.

Read all about it on https://www.worldbandy.com/2023/11/20/fib-delegation-meets-ioc/

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