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Sweden defeats Germany in Teams Final

Romania wins Women's event

Sweden was crowned European Champions again after defeating Germany 2-3 in the final of the European Championships Men's Team event.

Germany - Sweden 2 - 3

Wosik Torben - Waldner Jan-Ove 0 - 3
(9:11 9:11 13:15)
Boll Timo - Hakansson Fredrik 3 - 1
(4:11 11:4 11:9 11:5)
Hielscher Lars - Karlsson Peter 1 - 3
(13:11 7:11 13:15 10:12)
Boll Timo - Waldner Jan-Ove 3 - 0
(11:9 11:4 11:4)
Wosik Torben - Hakansson Fredrik 2 - 3
(5:11 11:8 17:15 5:11 6:11)


Other results:

Round 1
Yugoslavia - Netherlands 3 - 1
Belarus - Belgium 3 - 1
Greece - Czech Republic 0 - 3
Denmark - Croatia 3 - 1

Quarterfinals

Germany - Yugoslavia 3 - 0
Belarus - France 1 - 3
Sweden - Czech Republic 3 - 1
Denmark - Austria 1 - 3

Semifinals
Germany - France 3 - 2
Sweden - Austria 3 - 1

Final
Germany - Sweden 2 - 3


Women's Team Event

Germany lost another final, this time to Romania in the Women's Team event:


Germany - Romania 2 - 3
Goebel Jessica - Steff Mihaela 0 - 3
(11:13 5:11 8:11)
Struse Nicole - Nastase Adriana 1 - 3
(11:1 12:14 9:11 6:11)
Hain-Hofman Tanja - Gogorita Ana 3 - 0
(11:6 11:5 11:3)
Struse Nicole - Steff Mihaela 3 - 2
(8:11 11:7 5:11 11:9 13:11)
Goebel Jessica - Nastase Adriana 0 - 3
(5:11 8:11 4:11)


Other results

Round 1

Yugoslavia - Italy 3 - 1
Russia - Sweden 2 - 3
Belgium - Luxembourg 1 - 3
Belarus - France 3 - 1

Quarterfinals
Germany - Yugoslavia 3 - 1
Sweden - Croatia 3 - 2
Romania - Luxembourg 3 - 0
Belarus - Hungary 2 - 3

Semifinals
Germany - Sweden 3 - 1
Romania - Hungary 3 - 2

Final
Germany - Romania 2 - 3


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