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2019 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Y21 MEN – COMPLETED!
RUSSIA WORLD CHAMPION AFTER FINAL VICTORY AGAINST SWEDEN 7-1
THE GOALS IN THE FINAL
1-0 ( 8) Oleg Tarnarutsky
2-0 (13) Artyom Repyach
3-0 (21) Ilya Nasekin
4-0 (25) Alexei Torgonsky
5-0 (47) Ole Tarnarutsky
6-0 (84) Ilya Nasekin
6-1 (88) Pontus Nordström
7-1 (90) Alexey Torgonsky
Round robin games and semi finals plays 2×30 mins, bronze game and final 2×45 mins.
THIS IS ARKHANGELSK!The city was founded in 1584 and became the first Russian port playing the major role in trade with Europe until the foundation of St. Petersburg in 1703. Since that, Arkhangelsk has been developing as a provincial city. During the years of World War II, when Arkhangelsk was the key destination point for Allied sea convoys those helped Soviet Union to confront Hitler’s aggression Arkhangelsk became very important.
Arkhangelsk claims itself the capital of Russian North. This is a bit pretentious, but reasonable at least in matter of cultural life, which is very active comparing to most cities of the same size in Russia.
The economy of Arkhangelsk is based on timber trade and paper industry. The city has a large commercial and fishing port.
ARKHANGELSK IS HOME TOWN FOR VODNIK
In 1925 the Northern Vodnik team was formed in Arkhangelsk. From this moment the history of the club is being kept. The organizer of the bandy team, the coach and first captain was Evgeny Aleksandrovich Duletov. Vodnik is one of the really big teams in the Russian bandy history. 2005 was the year of Vodniks 80th anniversary and Vodnik became the champion of Russia for the ninth time. That is the latest gold in Russia for the club.
Trud Stadium opened in 1973 as an outdoor arena and its audience capacity is 10 000 people.
Last season Vodnik went to quarterfinals in the Russian play offs but was beaten by Baikal Energy, 2-1 in matches.
RUSSIA WORLD CHAMPION Y21!22.12.2019
Russia became World Champion when the World Championship for Y21 was decided in Arkhangelsk December 20-22. Russia was the best team throughout the tournament and beat Sweden 7-1 after half time 4-0 in the final game. Everyone probably thought that […]
LIVE REPORTS AND BROADCASTS FROM WCS Y21!19.12.2019
There will be live reports from World Championship Y21 in Arkhangelsk December 20-22! You can have live reports from all games on the Russian Bandy Federation website – Push here! You can watch several games on live broadcast on Vodnik […]