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2012 FIB WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP MEN

Medeo and Almaty, Kazakhstan, 29 January-5 February


 


This World Championship in Men’s Bandy was the 32nd. The tournament was for the first time played in Kazakhstan. Medeo was the main arena for Group A and Almaty Central Stadium was the arena for Group B and C. The number of participating countries was a record for the World Championships.


Japan and Kyrgyzstan participated for the first time and it was the first time Group C was played. Estonia won Group C and qualified for Group B, while Mongolia was moved to Group C. Belarus won Group B and qualified for next years Group A and USA was moved down to Group B


1 SWEDEN         

Andreas Bergwall, Olov Englund, Per Hellmyrs, Andreas Westh, Daniel Berlin, Hans Andersson, Johan Löfstedt, Stefan Erixon, Ted Bergström, Linus Pettersson, Erik Säfström, Daniel Mossberg, Jonas Edling, Anders Svensson, Christian Mickelsson, Daniel Välitalo, Daniel Andersson , Johan Esplund

2 RUSSIA        

Roman Geizel, Sergei Lomanov, Alexander Tiukavin, Alexei Dorovskih, Pavel Ryazantsev, Dmitri Saveliev, Maxim Icheldin, Yuri Pogrebnoi, Sergei Shaburov, Oleg Tolstihin, Ivan Maksimov, Sergei Kalinin, Alan Dzhusoev, Yuri Vikulin, Vasily Granin, Vasily Granovsky , Pavel Bulatov, Mikhail Svechnikov, Yevgeny Ivanushkin

3 KAZAKHSTAN

Alexander Kosynchuk, Denis Maximenko, Mikhail Dobrynin, Alexander Nasonov, Sergei Gortchakov, Vyacheslav Bronnikov, Andrei Morokov, Dmitry Zavidovsky, Rauan Isaliev, Denis Slautin, Iskander Nugmanov, Yevgeny Shadrin, Sergei Potshunov, Leonid Bedarev, Andrei Veselov, Ruslan Galyutdinov, Andrei Rein, Vyacheslav Markin


BEST GOAL SCORERS GROUP A

12 goals – Yevgeny Ivanushkin, Russia
11 goals – Sergei Potkhunov, Kazakhstan
10 goals – Christian Mickelsson, Sweden and Sergei Lomanov, Russia
8 goals – Pavel Ryazantsev, Russia, Vyacheslav Bronnikov, Kazakhstan and Daniel Andersson, Sweden
7 goals – Rauan Isaliev, Kazakhstan, Mikko Lukkarila, Finland and Stefan Erixon, Swede


BEST GOAL SCORERS GROUP B

18 goals – Sergei Chernetsky, Belarus
16 goals – Eugene Opitov, Canada 
15 goals – Eugene Hvalko, Belarus
7 goals – Brendan Ellement, Canada, Alexander Koslov, Belarus and Nicolas Mazurak, Canada
6 goals – Brett Gavriloff, Canada
5 goals – András Kordis, Hungary


Sergei Lomanov Photo: Russian Bandy Federation