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2016 FIB WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP MEN

Ulyanovsk, Russia, 1-7 and 10-14 February


 


The main game venue was the Volga Sport Arena. Due to its larger audience capacity for games like bronze and finals, they were played at the Trud Stadium on the natural ice field. The World Championship was won by Russia. Group A was played in Ulyanovsk and in Dimitrovgrad. 

As a new country, Czech Republic took part in the tournament. Of the players, American Rick Haney played a record 20th World Championship. The first one was 1991. 


1 RUSSIA         

Roman Chernykh, Sergei Lomanov, Maksim Ishkeldin, Almaz Mirgazov, Yuri Shardakov, Alan Dzhusoev, Dmitri Saveliev, Sergei Shaburov, Janis Befus, Igor Larionov, Yevgeni Dergaiev, Yuri Vikulin, Pjotr Zaharov, Denis Rysev, Pavel Bulatov, Nikita Ivanov, Mihail Prokofyev, Yevgeni Ivanushkin, Sergei Mjaus, (Head coach)

2 FINLAND       

Pekka Hiltunen, Teemu Määttä, Tomi Mustonen, Mikko Rytkönen, Markus Kumpuoja, Juho Liukkonen, Samuli Helavuori, Ville Aaltonen, Kimmo Kyllönen, Ilari Moisala, Tomi Hauska, Pertti Virtanen, Eetu Peuhkuri, Sami Laakkonen, Mikko Lukkarila, Janne Rintala, Tuomas Määttä, Antti Parviainen (Head coach)

3 SWEDEN

Andreas Bergwall, Joel Othén, Olov Englund, Per Hellmyrs, Andreas Westh, Daniel Berlin, Martin Johansson, Hans Andersson, Johan Löfstedt, Linus Pettersson, Erik Säfström, Daniel Mossberg, Erik Pettersson, Christoffer Edlund, Adam Gilljam, David Pizzoni Elfving, Simon Jansson, Joakim Andersson, Svenne Olsson (Head coach)


BEST GOAL SCORERS A-CHAMPIONSHIP

14 goals
Christoffer Edlund, Sweden and Andrei Kabanov, Belarus
13 goals
Hans Andersson, Sweden
11 goals
Joakim Andersson, Sweden
10 goals
Erik Pettersson, Sweden and Roman Nikitenko, Belarus
9 goals
Yevgeny Ivanushkin and Sergei Lomanov, Russia and Nikolai Rustad Jensen, Norway
7 goals
Almaz Mirgasov and Sergei Shaburov, Russia, Simon Jansson, Sweden and Kevin Brown, USA
6 goals
Juho Liukkonen, Finland, Sergei Potkhunov, Kazakhstan, Mikael Lickteig and Mike Carman, USA


BEST GOAL SCORERS B-CHAMPIONSHIP

20 goals
Dmitri Koval, Ukraine 

18 goals
Michael Dunaev, Germany

17 goals
Gao Chunlin, China

15 goals
Andrei Markovichenko, Ukraine

14 goals
Pavel Hlavasek, Czech Republic
11 goals
András Kordis, Hungary and Jiri Zhak, Czech Republic


Pertti Virtanen Photo: Finnish Bandy Federation

BEST PLAYERS A-CHAMPIONSHIP

Goal keeper –  Pertti Virtanen, Finland

Defender – Pavel Bulatov, Russia

Midfielder – Alan Dzhusoev, Russia

Forward – Sergei Lomanov, Russia

Most Valuable Player – Sergei Lomanov, Russia


BEST PLAYERS B-CHAMPIONSHIP

Goal keeper
Munkhbold Bayarsaikhan, Mongolia

Defender
Aleksi Homenko, Ukraine

Midfielder
Michael Dunaev, Germany

Forward
Dmitri Koval, Ukraine

Most Valuable Player
Michael Dunaev, Germany