IIHF World U18 Championship

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The IIHF U18 World Championship is an annual event organized by the International Ice Hockey Federation for national under-18 ice hockey teams from around the world. The tournament is usually played in April and is organized according to a system similar to Ice Hockey World Championships and World Junior Ice Hockey Championships. The United States has tended to dominate the World Championships. Most countries send their best team to this tournament, however, Canada may not send its best players as in April some CHL junior teams are still involved in junior playoffs.[1] Instead Canada's top U18 players involved in junior or university playoffs in North America play in the Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament in August.[1]

Results

Year Gold Silver Bronze Venue
1999  Finland  Sweden  Slovakia Flag of Germany Füssen / Kaufbeuren
2000  Finland  Russia  Sweden Flag of Switzerland Kloten / Weinfelden
2001  Russia  Switzerland  Finland Flag of Finland Heinola / Helsinki / Lahti
2002  United States  Russia  Czech Republic Flag of Slovakia Piešťany / Trnava
2003  Canada  Slovakia  Russia Flag of Russia Yaroslavl
2004  Russia  United States  Czech Republic Flag of Belarus Minsk
2005  United States  Canada  Sweden Flag of the Czech Republic České Budějovice / Plzeň
2006  United States  Finland  Czech Republic Flag of Sweden Ängelholm / Halmstad
2007  Russia  United States  Sweden Flag of Finland Tampere / Rauma
2008  Canada  Russia  United States Flag of Russia Kazan
2009  United States  Russia  Finland Flag of United States Fargo
2010  United States  Sweden  Finland Flag of Belarus Minsk / Babruysk
2011  United States  Sweden  Russia Flag of Germany Crimmitschau / Dresden
2012  United States  Sweden  Canada Flag of the Czech Republic Brno / Znojmo
2013  Canada  United States  Finland Flag of Russia Sochi
2014  United States (8)  Czech Republic  Canada Lappeenranta and Imatra  Finland
2015  United States (9)  Finland  Canada Zug and Lucerne  Switzerland
2016  Finland (3)  Sweden  United States Grand Forks  United States
2017 Poprad and Spišská Nová Ves[2]  Slovakia
2018 Chelyabinsk and Magnitogorsk[2]  Russia

Medal table

Country Gold medal icon.png Gold Silver medal icon.png Silver Bronze medal icon.png Bronze Medals
 United States 9 3 2 14
 Russia 3 4 2 9
 Finland 3 2 4 9
 Canada 3 1 3 7
 Sweden 0 5 3 8
 Czech Republic 0 1 3 4
 Slovakia 0 1 1 2
 Switzerland 0 1 0 1

See also

Notes

External links


World Junior Championships
IIHF World U20 Championship (1974-)

Soviet Union 1974 - Canada 1975 - Finland 1976 - Czechoslovakia 1977 - Canada 1978 - Sweden 1979 - Finland 1980 - West Germany 1981 - United States 1982 - Soviet Union 1983 - Sweden 1984 - Finland 1985 - Canada 1986 - Czechoslovakia 1987 - Soviet Union 1988 - United States 1989 - Finland 1990 - Canada 1991 - Germany 1992 - Sweden 1993 - Czech Republic 1994 - Canada 1995 - United States 1996 - Switzerland 1997 - Finland 1998 - Canada 1999 - Sweden 2000 - Russia 2001 - Czech Republic 2002 - Canada 2003 - Finland 2004 - United States 2005 - Canada 2006 - Sweden 2007 - Czech Republic 2008 - Canada 2009 - Canada 2010 - United States 2011 - Canada 2012 - Russia 2013 - Sweden 2014 - Canada 2015 - Finland 2016

IIHF World U18 Championship (1999-)

Germany 1999 - Switzerland 2000 - Finland 2001 - Slovakia 2002 - Russia 2003 - Belarus 2004 - Czech Republic 2005 - Sweden 2006 - Finland 2007 - Russia 2008 - United States 2009 - Belarus 2010 - Germany 2011 - Czech Republic 2012 - Russia 2013 - Finland 2014 = Switzerland 2015 - United States 2016

International Ice Hockey Federation
World Championships

Ice Hockey World Championships - U20 - U18 - IIHF World Women's Championships - U18

Other competitions

Olympic Games - Champions Hockey League - Continental Cup - Challenge Cup of Asia - European Women's Champions Cup

Former

Victoria Cup - European Champions Cup - Super Cup - European Championships - European Women Championships - European Junior Championships - Asian Oceanic U18 Championships

Related articles

IIHF Centennial All-Star Team - IIHF Hall of Fame - IIHF World Ranking - List of IIHF members

IIHF European Junior Championships
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