ALL MEDALLISTS
World Men
World Men
Year Gold Silver Bronze Venue
2018 Sweden SWE Switzerland SUI United States USA Copenhagen, Herning
2017 Sweden SWE Canada CAN Russia RUS Cologne, Paris
2016 Canada CAN Finland FIN Russia RUS Moscow, St. Petersburg
2015 Canada CAN Russia RUS United States USA Prague, Ostrava
2014 Russia RUS Finland FIN Sweden SWE Minsk
2013 Sweden SWE Switzerland SUI United States USA Stockholm, Helsinki
2012 Russia RUS Slovakia SVK Czech Republic CZE Helsinki, Stockholm
2011 Finland FIN Sweden SWE Czech Republic CZE Bratislava, Kosice
2010 Czech Republic CZE Russia RUS Sweden SWE Cologne, Mannheim, Gelsenkirchen
2009 Russia RUS Canada CAN Sweden SWE Berne, Zurich-Kloten
2008 Russia RUS Canada CAN Finland FIN Quebec City, Halifax
2007 Canada CAN Finland FIN Russia RUS Moscow, Mytishi
2006 Sweden SWE Czech Republic CZE Finland FIN Riga
2005 Czech Republic CZE Canada CAN Russia RUS Vienna, Innsbruck
2004 Canada CAN Sweden SWE United States USA Prague, Ostrava
2003 Canada CAN Sweden SWE Slovakia SVK Helsinki, Turku, Tampere
2002 Slovakia SVK Russia RUS Sweden SWE Gothenburg, Karlstad, Jonkoping
2001 Czech Republic CZE Finland FIN Sweden SWE Cologne, Hanover, Nuremberg
2000 Czech Republic CZE Slovakia SVK Finland FIN St. Petersburg
1999 Czech Republic CZE Finland FIN Sweden SWE Oslo, Lillehammer, Hamar
1998 Sweden SWE Finland FIN Czech Republic CZE Zurich, Basle
1997 Canada CAN Sweden SWE Czech Republic CZE Helsinki, Turku, Tampere
1996 Czech Republic CZE Canada CAN United States USA Vienna
1995 Finland FIN Sweden SWE Canada CAN Stockholm, Gavle
1994 Canada CAN Finland FIN Sweden SWE Bolzano, Canazei, Milan
1993 Russia RUS Sweden SWE Czech Republic CZE Dortmund, Munich
1992 Sweden SWE Finland FIN Czechoslovakia TCH Prague, Bratislava
1991 Sweden SWE Canada CAN Soviet Union URS Turku, Helsinki, Tampere
1990 Soviet Union URS Sweden SWE Czechoslovakia TCH Berne, Fribourg
1989 Soviet Union URS Canada CAN Czechoslovakia TCH Stockholm, Sodertalje
1987 Sweden SWE Soviet Union URS Czechoslovakia TCH Vienna
1986 Soviet Union URS Sweden SWE Canada CAN Moscow
1985 Czechoslovakia TCH Canada CAN Soviet Union URS Prague
1983 Soviet Union URS Czechoslovakia TCH Canada CAN Dusseldorf, Dortmund, Munich
1982 Soviet Union URS Czechoslovakia TCH Canada CAN Helsinki, Tampere
1981 Soviet Union URS Sweden SWE Czechoslovakia TCH Gothenburg, Stockholm
1979 Soviet Union URS Czechoslovakia TCH Sweden SWE Moscow
1978 Soviet Union URS Czechoslovakia TCH Canada CAN Prague
1977 Czechoslovakia TCH Sweden SWE Soviet Union URS Vienna
1976 Czechoslovakia TCH Soviet Union URS Sweden SWE Katowice
1975 Soviet Union URS Czechoslovakia TCH Sweden SWE Munich, Dusseldorf
1974 Soviet Union URS Czechoslovakia TCH Sweden SWE Helsinki
1973 Soviet Union URS Sweden SWE Czechoslovakia TCH Moscow
1972 Czechoslovakia TCH Soviet Union URS Sweden SWE Prague
1971 Soviet Union URS Czechoslovakia TCH Sweden SWE Berne, Geneva
1970 Soviet Union URS Sweden SWE Czechoslovakia TCH Stockholm
1969 Soviet Union URS Sweden SWE Czechoslovakia TCH Stockholm
1968 Soviet Union URS Czechoslovakia TCH Canada CAN Grenoble (Olympics)
1967 Soviet Union URS Sweden SWE Canada CAN Vienna
1966 Soviet Union URS Czechoslovakia TCH Canada CAN Ljubljana
1965 Soviet Union URS Czechoslovakia TCH Sweden SWE Tampere
1964 Soviet Union URS Sweden SWE Czechoslovakia TCH Innsbruck (Olympics)
1963 Soviet Union URS Sweden SWE Czechoslovakia TCH Stockholm
1962 Sweden SWE Canada CAN United States USA Colorado Springs, Denver
1961 Canada CAN Czechoslovakia TCH Soviet Union URS Geneva, Lausanne
1960 United States USA Canada CAN Soviet Union URS Squaw Valley (Olympics)
1959 Canada CAN Soviet Union URS Czechoslovakia TCH Prague, Bratislava
1958 Canada CAN Soviet Union URS Sweden SWE Oslo
1957 Sweden SWE Soviet Union URS Czechoslovakia TCH Moscow
1956 Soviet Union URS United States USA Canada CAN Cortina (Olympics)
1955 Canada CAN Soviet Union URS Czechoslovakia TCH Krefeld, Dortmund, Cologne
1954 Soviet Union URS Canada CAN Sweden SWE Stockholm
1953 Sweden SWE FR Germany FRG Switzerland SUI Zurich, Basle
1952 Canada CAN United States USA Sweden SWE Oslo (Olympics)
1951 Canada CAN Sweden SWE Switzerland SUI Paris
1950 Canada CAN United States USA Switzerland SUI London
1949 Czechoslovakia TCH Canada CAN United States USA Stockholm
1948 Canada CAN Czechoslovakia TCH Switzerland SUI St. Moritz (Olympics)
1947 Czechoslovakia TCH Sweden SWE Austria AUT Prague
1940-1946 NO CHAMPIONSHIPS (WORLD WAR II)
1939 Canada CAN United States USA Switzerland SUI Basle, Zurich
1938 Canada CAN Great Britain GBR Czechoslovakia TCH Prague
1937 Canada CAN Great Britain GBR Switzerland SUI London
1936 Great Britain GBR Canada CAN United States USA Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics)
1935 Canada CAN Switzerland SUI Great Britain GBR Davos
1934 Canada CAN United States USA Germany GER Milan
1933 United States USA Canada CAN Czechoslovakia TCH Prague
1932 Canada CAN United States USA Germany GER Lake Placid (Olympics)
1931 Canada CAN United States USA Austria AUT Krynica
1930 Canada CAN Germany GER Switzerland SUI Chamonix, Berlin, Vienna
1928 Canada CAN Sweden SWE Switzerland SUI St. Moritz (Olympics)
1924 Canada CAN United States USA Great Britain GBR Chamonix (Olympics)
1920 Canada CAN United States USA Czechoslovakia TCH Antwerp (Olympics)
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European Championships
Year Gold Silver Bronze Venue
Berlin 1932 was the last separate IIHF European Championship event
1932 Sweden SWE Austria AUT Switzerland SUI Berlin
1929 Czechoslovakia CZE Poland POL Austria AUT Budapest
1927 Austria AUT Belgium BEL Germany GER Vienna
1926 Switzerland SUI Czechoslovakia CZE Austria AUT Davos
1925 Czechoslovakia CZE Austria AUT Switzerland SUI Strbske Pleso, Stary Smokovec
1924 France FRA Sweden SWE Switzerland SUI Milan
1923 Sweden SWE France FRA Czechoslovakia CZE Antwerp
1922 Czechoslovakia CZE Sweden SWE Switzerland SUI St. Moritz
1921 Sweden SWE Czechoslovakia CZE Stockholm
1915-1920 NO CHAMPIONSHIPS (WORLD WAR I)
1914 Bohemia BOH Germany GER Belgium BEL Berlin
1913 Belgium BEL Bohemia BOH Germany GER Munich
1912 CHAMPIONSHIP ANNULLED
1911 Bohemia BOH Germany GER Belgium BEL Berlin
1910 Great Britain GBR Germany GER Belgium BEL Les Avants
European Championships medals were awarded to the European participants of the IIHF World Championships until 1991