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18th European Openweight Championships

17th European Openweight Championships

 

 

2019, Minsk, Belarus

2018, Ciorescu, Moldova

 

 

 

 

  1. Patryk Sypien POLAND
  2. Dzmitiry Varabei BELARUS
  3. Alexei Galiev RUSSIA
  4. Andriy Mezenskiy UKRAINE
  5. Krzystof Jelonek POLAND
  6. Maxime Demeautis FRANCE
  7. Maxim Kuzyaev UKRAINE
  8. Ivan Aksenenko RUSSIA

  1. Alejandro Navarro SPAIN
  2. Dzmitiry Varabei BELARUS
  3. Igor Zagainov RUSSIA
  4. Constantin Dogari MOLDOVA
  5. Maxime Demeautis FRANCE
  6. Zdenko Lakusic SERBIA
  7. Alexander Atanasov BULGARIA
  8. Alexei Galiev RUSSIA

 

 

 

 

 

16th European Openweight Championships

15th European Openweight Championships

14th European Openweight Championships

13th European Openweight Championships

2017, Bucharest, Romania

2016, Lublin, Poland

2015, Katowice, Poland

2014, Sosnowiec, Poland

  1. Konstantin Kovalenko RUSSIA
  2. Alejandro Navarro SPAIN
  3. Patryk Sypien POLAND
  4. Damian Galinski POLAND
  5. Stefan Dita ROMANIA
  6. Maxim Ekimov RUSSIA
  7. Constantin Dogari MOLDOVA
  8. Alexander Atanasov BULGARIA

  1. Alejandro Navarro SPAIN
  2. Andrey Luzin RUSSIA
  3. Andrey Zuborev RUSSIA
  4. Alexander Atanasov BULGARIA
  5. Damian Galinski POLAND
  6. Patryk Sypien POLAND
  7. Andrzej Winiarski POLAND
  8. Nykyta Peshenko UKRAINE

  1. Alexander Yeremenko UKRAINE
  2. Eldar Ismailov UKRAINE
  3. Damian Galinski POLAND
  4. Patryk Sypien POLAND
  5. Matam Eliakim ISRAEL
  6. Marcin Dabrowski POLAND
  7. Nykyta Peshenko UKRAINE
  8. David Navojan RUSSIA

  1. Patryk Sypien POLAND
  2. Damian Galinski POLAND
  3. Vladislav Ekimov RUSSIA
  4. Daniel Bukowy POLAND
  5. Ali Zeghbab FRANCE
  6. Alejandro Navarro SPAIN
  7. Kiril Boev BULGARIA
  8. Matam Eliakim ISRAEL

 

 

 

 

12th European Openweight Championships

11th European Openweight Championships

10th European Openweight Championships

9th European Openweight Championships

2013, Paris, France

2011, Paris, France

2010, Belgrade, Serbia

2009, Paris, France

  1. Alejandro Navarro SPAIN
  2. Sergey Uvitskiy RUSSIA
  3. Andrey Chirkov RUSSIA
  4. Nicolae Stoian ROMANIA
  5. Radivoje Mirkovic SERBIA
  6. Yoshikazu Muraoka JAPAN
  7. Romeo Beznea ROMANIA
  8. Giovanne Mirasole ITALY

  1. Alejandro Navarro SPAIN
  2. Zahary Damyanov BULGARIA
  3. Diogo Da Silva BRAZIL
  4. Makoto Akaishi JAPAN
  5. Mirel Jakob ROMANIA
  6. Djema Belkhodja FRANCE
  7. Alexander Yeremenko UKRAINE
  8. Pablo Estensoro SPAIN

  1. Nicolae Stoian ROMANIA
  2. Alejandro Navarro SPAIN
  3. Djema Belkhodja FRANCE
  4. Amet Yunusov UKRAINE

 

 

  1. Alejandro Navarro SPAIN
  2. Pablo Estensoro SPAIN
  3. Aleksandar Komanov BULG
  4. Vusal Ismailov UKRAINE
  5. Mirel Iacob ROMANIA
  6. Vladsyslav Plyasovytsya UKR.
  7. Marcin Sieradzki POLAND
  8. Michal Krzak POLAND

 

 

 

 

8th European Openweight Championships

7th European Openweight Championships

6th European Openweight Championships

5th European Openweight Championships

2008, Varna, Bulgaria

2007, Riesa, Germany

2006, Sicily, Italy

2005, Belgrade, Serbia

  1. Alejandro Navarro SPAIN
  2. Lucien Gogonel ROMANIA
  3. Petar Martinov BULGARIA
  4. Pablo Estensoro SPAIN
  5. Michal Krzak POLAND
  6. Nicolae Stoian ROMANIA
  7. Victor Teixeira HOLLAND
  8. Marcin Miller POLAND

  1. Alejandro Navarro SPAIN
  2. Lucien Gogonel ROMANIA
  3. Krysztof Habraszka POLAND
  4. Stilian Petrov BULGARIA
  5. Pablo Estensoro SPAIN
  6. Michal Krzak POLAND
  7. Nicolae Stoian ROMANIA
  8. Petar Martinov BULGARIA

    1. Alejandro Navarro SPAIN
    2. Piotr Banasik POLAND
    3. Michal Krzak POLAND
    4. Roman Zmora POLAND
    5. Lucien Gogonel ROMANIA
    6. Djema Belkhodja FRANCE
    7. Chakri Nafti TUNISIA
    8. Skander Youssfi TUNISIA

1. Krysztof Habraszka POLAND
2. Alejandro Navarro SPAIN
3. Jan Sokup CZECH REPUBLIC
4. Pablo Estensoro SPAIN
5. Sveto Dekovic SERBIA
6. Zahary Damyanov BULGARIA
7. Karol Ciesluk POLAND
8. Nicolae Stoian ROMANIA

 

 

 

 

4th European Openweight Championships

3rd European Openweight Championships

2nd European Openweight Championships

1st European Openweight Championships

2004, Warsaw, Poland

2003, Baja, Hungary

2002, Wroclaw, Poland

2000, Katowice, Poland

1. Krysztof Habraszka POLAND
2. Nicolae Stoian ROMANIA
3. Sylwester Sypien POLAND
4. Michal Krzak POLAND
5. Alejandro Navarro SPAIN
6. Semen Garan UKRAINE
7. Alexandre Rodrigues FRANCE
8. Karol Ciesluk POLAND

   1. Alexandre Rodrigues FRANCE
   2. Valentin Krastev BULGARIA
   3. Krysztof Habraszka POLAND
   4. Piotr Banasik POLAND
   5. Michal Krzak POLAND
   6. Adam Szolnoki  HUNGARY
   7. Tomasz Najduch POLAND 
   8. Nicolae Stoian ROMANIA

   1. Tomasz Najduch POLAND 
   2. Piotr Banasik POLAND
   3. Alexei Drobyazko UKRAINE
   4. Sylwester Sypien POLAND 
   5. Krysztof Habraszka POLAND
   6. Alejandro Navarro SPAIN
   7. Rudolf Conquet HOLLAND
   8. Karol Ciesluk POLAND

   1. Sylwester Sypien POLAND 
   2. Andrey Onopchenko UKRAINE 
   3. Tomasz Najduch POLAND 
   4. Krysztof Habraszka POLAND 
   5. Emil Kostov BULGARIA
   6. Alexei Drobyazko UKRAINE 
   7. Tomasz Glowacki POLAND 
   8. Pavel Mandok POLAND

 

YEAR

CHAMPION

2019

Patryk Sypien POLAND

2018

Alejandro Navarro SPAIN

2017

Konstantin Kovalenko RUSSIA

2016

Alejandro Navarro SPAIN

2015

Alexander Yeremenko UKRAINE

2014

Patryk Sypien POLAND

2013

Alejandro Navarro SPAIN

2011

Alejandro Navarro SPAIN

2010

Nicolae Stoian ROMANIA

2009

Alejandro Navarro SPAIN

2008

Alejandro Navarro SPAIN

2007

Alejandro Navarro SPAIN

2006

Alejandro Navarro SPAIN

2005

Krysztof Habraszka POLAND

2004

Krysztof Habraszka POLAND

2003

Alexandre Rodrigues FRANCE

2002

Tomasz Najduch POLAND

2000

Sylwester Sypien POLAND