The 2017 European Championships Men’s Master Team List

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With the 2017 European Championships coming up next month, we’ve created this master list to keep everyone up-to-date with lists of all official and nominative teams for each country in attendance. If you have any news or additions, please let us know in the comments!

ARMENIA

  • Artur Davtyan
  • Vahagn Davtyan
  • Vigen Khachatryan
  • Harutyun Merdinyan
  • Armen Petrosyan
  • Artur Tovmasyan

AUSTRIA

  • Alexander Benda
  • Xheni Dyrmishi
  • Michael Fussenegger
  • Vinzenz Hoeck
  • Dirk Kathan
  • Matthias Schwab

AZERBAIJAN

  • Murad Agharzayev
  • Bence Talas

BELARUS

  • Pavel Bulauski
  • Yahor Sharamkou
  • Ilya Yakauleu

BELGIUM

  • Maxime Gentges
  • Dennis Goossens
  • Daan Kenis
  • Kristof Schroe
  • Jimmy Verbaeys
  • Jonathan Vrolix

BULGARIA

  • Martin Angelov
  • Dimitar Dimitrov

CROATIA

  • Matija Baron
  • Anton Kovacevic
  • Leonardo Kusan
  • Robert Seligman
  • Tin Srbic
  • Filip Ude

CYPRUS

  • Irodotos Georgallas
  • Ilias Georgiou
  • Marios Georgiou
  • Michalis Krasias

CZECH REPUBLIC

  • Martin Konecny
  • Daniel Radovesnicky

DENMARK

  • Jacob Buus
  • Joao Fuglsig
  • Christian Riisberg
  • Helge Vammen
  • Joachim Winther

FINLAND

  • Juho Kanerva
  • Oskar Kirmes
  • Elias Koski
  • Aaro Lamberg
  • Heikki Saarenketo
  • Tomi Tuuha

FRANCE

  • Cameron-Lie Bernard
  • Edgar Boulet
  • Kevin Dupuis
  • Zachari Hrimeche
  • Danny Pinheiro Rodrigues
  • Cyril Tommasone

GEORGIA

  • Saba Abesadze
  • Dmitrii Govorov
  • Konstantin Kuzovkov
  • Nikita Letnikov

GERMANY

  • Lukas Dauser
  • Niels Dunkel
  • Philipp Herder
  • Marcel Nguyen
  • Felix Remuta
  • Ivan Rittschik

GREAT BRITAIN

  • Frank Baines
  • Dominick Cunningham
  • Joe Fraser
  • James Hall
  • Sam Oldham
  • Courtney Tulloch

GREECE

  • Georgios Chatziefstathiou
  • Nikolaos Iliopoulos
  • Konstantinos Konstantinidis
  • Vlasios Maras
  • Eleftherios Petrounias
  • Antonios Tantalidis

HUNGARY

  • Adam Babos
  • Krisztian Berki
  • Krisztian Boncser
  • Zoltan Kallai
  • Botond Kardos
  • David Vecsernyes

ICELAND

  • Jon Gunnarsson
  • Atli Thordur Jonsson

IRELAND

  • Rhys McClenaghan
  • Andrew Smith

ISRAEL

  • Artem Dolgopyat
  • Eyal Glazer
  • Andrey Medvedev
  • Alexander Shatilov
  • Michael Sorokine
  • Moran Yanuka

ITALY

  • Tommaso de Vecchis
  • Lorenzo Galli
  • Marco Lodadio
  • Carlo Macchini
  • Stefano Patron
  • Marco Sarrugerio

LATVIA

  • Vitalijs Kardasovs
  • Sergejs Poznakovs
  • Rihards Trams

LITHUANIA

  • Tomas Kuzmickas
  • Robert Tvorogal

NETHERLANDS

  • Michel Bletterman
  • Boudewijn de Vries
  • Bart Deurloo
  • Casimir Schmidt
  • Anthony van Assche
  • Bram Verhofstad

NORWAY

  • Pietro Giachino
  • Fredrik Johnsen
  • Odin Kalvø
  • Nikolai Rønbeck
  • Henrik Stiansen
  • Vetle Talsnes

POLAND

  • Sebastian Gawronski

PORTUGAL

  • Bernardo Almeida
  • Simao Almeida
  • Vasco Barata
  • Tiago Barbosa
  • Francisco Fragoso

ROMANIA

  • Cristian Bataga
  • Vlad Cotuna
  • Marian Dragulescu
  • Adelin Kotrong
  • Ioan Nistor
  • Alexandru Ursache

RUSSIA

  • David Belyavskiy
  • Artur Dalaloyan
  • Nikita Ignatyev
  • Dmitrii Lankin
  • Nikita Nagornyy
  • Kirill Prokopev

SLOVAKIA

  • Slavomir Michnak

SLOVENIA

  • Saso Bertoncelj
  • Alen Dimic
  • Rok Klavora
  • Ziga Silc

SPAIN

  • Nestor Abad
  • Ruben Lopez
  • Joel Plata
  • Alberto Tallon
  • Adria Vera
  • Rayderley Zapata

SWEDEN

  • William Broman
  • Christopher Soos
  • Kim Vanström

SWITZERLAND

  • Christian Baumann
  • Pablo Brägger
  • Benjamin Gischard
  • Oliver Hegi
  • Taha Serhani
  • Eddy Yusof

TURKEY

  • Ferhat Arican
  • Ibrahim Colak
  • Yunus Gundogdu
  • Isa Hamaratcilar
  • Umit Samiloglu
  • Hamza Yilmaz

UKRAINE

  • Vladyslav Hryko
  • Igor Radivilov
  • Andrii Sienichkin
  • Oleg Verniaiev
  • Eduard Yermakov
  • Yevgen Yudenkov

Article by Lauren Hopkins

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10 thoughts on “The 2017 European Championships Men’s Master Team List

  1. Why do the men get to send 6 and the women only 4? Is there a men’s team competition this year? I’m so confused about all the different formats of European Championships. And is there a junior Euros competition this year?

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    • There isn’t a Junior competition this year because there will be EYOF (European Youth Olympic Festival) in summer and there also isn’t a team competition for men. But I also have no clue why the men get to send 6.

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  2. Anyone know why Fabian Hambuchen isn’t on the German team? I thought he was still training after Rio. Also, I only recognize one name of the GB team (Sam Oldham) — who at every these guys? I must be out of the loop.

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