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Youth Men's World Championships - Russia 2015

Postby JanniB » Sat Aug 08, 2015 6:07 pm

Games of August 8th, 2015

Denmark – Qatar 25-17 (12-8)

Denmark: Nicolaj Norager 6, Frederik Saas Petersen 3, Andreas Nielsen 3, Jon Andersen 2, Mathias Bitsch 2, Mike Holm Haack 2, Allan Toft Hansen 2, Lasse Moller 2, Nikolaj Christensen 1, Lasse Rosendahl 1, Lasse Nikolajsen 1

Qatar: Abdulaziz Helali 4, Amine Guehis 3, Ebrahim Ebaid 2, Jovan Gacevic 2, Moustafa Heiba 2, Mohamed Abdelraouf 2, Omar Abdelfattah 1, Nour Ahmed 1

Hungary - Poland 35-26 (18-11)

Hungary: David Fekete 8, Matyas Gyori 6, Adam Juhasz 6, Daniel Fuzi 4, Bence Deber 3, Marcell Gabor 3, David Szilagyi 2, Egon Hanusz 1, Bence Mikita 1, Donat Bartok 1

Poland: Arkadiusz Moryto 5, Kamil Netz 4, Bartosz Skiba 3, Piotr Jarosiewicz 3, Bartlomiej Bis 2, Szymon Sicko 2, Milosz Bekisz 2, Jakub Moryn 2, Bartosz Kowalczyk 1, Patryk Biernacki 1, Patryk Mauer 1

Sweden - Serbia 34-24 (14-10)

Sweden: Emil Mellegard 6, William Bogojevic 5, Felix Claar 5, Markus Sjobrink 4, Jonathan Edvardsson 3, Anton Hallback 3, Christoffer Bredolo 2, Linus Andersson 2, Niclas Paradis 1, Oskar Cosmo 1, Emil Hansson 1, Lukas Sandell 1

Serbia: Vukasin Rakocija 4, Milan Jovanovic 4, Aleksa Kljajic 3, Nikola Kurtes 3, Milan Potpara 2, Nikola Arsenic 2, Stefan Ranisavljevic 2, Aleksandar Milicevic 2, Milomir Radovanovic 1, Nemanja Ratkovic 1

Switzerland - Croatia 30-29 (13-13)

Switzerland: Albin Alili 8, Lenny Rubin 7, Cedrie Tynowski 5, Florian Leitner 3, Lucas Meister 3, Simon Schild 2, Tim Aufdenblatten 2

Croatia: Petar Medic 6, Ante Babic 6, Bruno Wili Zobec 5, David Mandic 5, Marko Jurakic 3, Tomislav Severec 3, Ivan Martinovic 1

Korea - Chile 36-23 (19-11)

Korea: Hyunjin Jung 6, Gyeonghwan Lim 5, Kwangil Jeong 5, Minjae Kim 4, Seokju Kang 4, Hyeonho Seo 3, Minmo Yeon 2, Yeonbin Kim 2, Taegyu Kim 1, Dongkwang Park 1, Seung Park 1, Kwangsoon Park 1, Jihoon Kim 1

Chile: Nicolas Delgado 6, Angel Velasquez 4, Tomas Donoso 3, Jose Rojas 2, Ignacio Jorquera 2, Jose Arancibia 1, Matias Ormeno 1, Ronaldo Manquecoy 1, Nicolas Lillo 1, Sebastian Montecinos 1, Diego Soto 1

France - Argentina 37-18 (15-7)

France: Etienne Mocquais 7, Benoit Kounkoud 7, Tom Nozeran 4, Romain Lagarde 3, Yannis Lenne 3, Melvyn Richardson 3, Lucas Ferrandier 2, Dylan Garain 2, Tom Pelayo 2, Hugo Baril 2, Ludovic Fabregas 1, Dika Mem 1

Argentina: Nicolas Bono 5, Guillermo Fischer 4, Andres Moyano 3, Juan Cuello 2
Pablo Cantore 1, Mariano Bustamante 1, Tomas Giovagnola 1, Federico Vidal 1

Spain - Egypt 30-23 (10-11)

Spain: Daniel Dujshebaev 8, David Alonso 6, Francisco Pena 4, Jaime Fernandez 3, Borja Pan 3, Jose Coloma 2, Kauldi Yeregui 2, Ruben Iglesias 1, Mikel Yeregui 1

Egypt: Nour Chaled Gaber 8, Aly Hassan Anis Mohamed 6, Ahmed Abdelmoghny 3, Shady Mahmoud Khalil 3, Yahia Khaled Mahmoud 1, Mohanad Zakaria Abdelhay 1, Ahmed Mahmoud Ahmed 1

Norway - Venezuela 54-15 (31-8)

Norway: Aksel Horgen 8, Thomas Solstad 7, Tormod Hauane 6, Magnus Roed 5, Haakon Pettersen 4, Lasse Thorsbye 4, Sindre Aho 4, Kevin gulliksen 4, Simen Schoenningsen 3, Jonas Tjernshaugen 3, Jonas Eide 2, Eirik Kopp 2, Magnus Frederiksen 2

Venezuela: Albert Goitiam 4, Carlos Enock 3, Franklin Rojas 2, Felix Rodriguez 2, Henry Gonzalez 2, Deylinger Mendoza 1, Wilfredo Medina 1

Slovenia - Tunisia 31-18 (14-9)

Slovenia: Blaz Janc 6, Jaka Malus 5, Matic Kotar 4, Gal Marguc 4, Tilen Sokolic 3, Aleks Vlah 2, Grega Krecic 2, Nejc Planinc 2, Jaka Moljk 1, Aleks Kavcic 1, Jure Kocbek 1

Tunisia: Mohamed Memmich 5, Wassim Boussama 3, Yassine Bouteffaha 3, Oussama Ghachem 2, Anouar Ben Abdallah 2, Ghassen Toumi 1, Wael Mzouighi 1, Jihad Ben Araar 1

Brazil - Japan 28-23 (13-9)

Brazil: Patrick Lemos 11, Pedro Umbelina Jr. 4, Andre Amorim 3, Gabriel Gondim 3, Leonardo Silveira 1, Guilherme Torriani 1, Pedro Pacheco 1, Marcos Santos 1, Henrique Solenta 1, Leonardo Ferreira 1, Gabriel Jung 1

Japan: Isamu Makino 6, Takuma Yasuhira 5, Yuka Nomura 3, Katsuki Tasato 2, Motoki Ozawa 2, Hiromu Shado 2, Ryota Sonoda 1, Kanji Yasumoto 1, Yukiya Otani 1

Germany - Iceland 26-34 (11-20)

Germany: Marian Michalczik 5, Philipp Bauer 4, Bjorn Zintel 3, Lukas Mertens 3
Noah Beyer 2, Antonio Metzner 2, Lars Weissgerber 2, Jerome Muller 1, Dominik Claus 1, Max Haider 1, Moritz Schade 1, Nils Gugisch 1

Iceland: Oeinn Rikharesson 8, Omar Magnusson 5, Kristjan Jansson 4, Arnar Arnarson 4, Mirkir Benediktsson 4, Egill Magnusson 3, Hlynur Bjarnason 2, Sturla Magnusson 1, Hakon Styrmission 1, Aron Palsson 1, Sigtryggur Runnarsson 1



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Re: Youth Men's World Championships - Russia 2015

Postby JanniB » Sun Aug 09, 2015 8:07 pm

Games of August 9th, 2015

Egypt - Norway 21-24 (8-13)

Egypt: Youssef Raafat 6,Yahia khaled Mahmoud 3, Ahmed Mahmoud Ahmed 3, Aly hassan Anis Mohamed 2, Omar Nader Hamdy 2, Ahmed Abdelmoghny 2, Shady Mahmoud Khalil 2, Nour Khaled Gaber 1

Norway: Marius Ferkingstad 7, Erik Kopp 5, Aksel Horgen 4, Magnus Roed 4, Tormod Hauane 2, Magnus Frederiksen 1, Thomas Solstad 1

Qatar - Schwitzerland 29-19 (14-5)

Qatar: Omar Abdelfattah 6, Amine Guehis 6, Abdulaziz Helali 5, Moustafa Heiba 4, Amor Dhiab 3, Ebrahim Ebaid 2, Jovan Gacevic 1, Nour Ahmed 1, Mohamed Abdelraouf 1

Schwitzerland: Albin Alili 9, Florian Leitner 2, Simon Schild 2, Yannick Ott 1, Lenny Rubin 1, Julian Klaiber 1, Samuel Weingartner 1, Remo Hochstrasser 1, Lucas Meister 1

Iceland - Spain 25-24 (12-11)

Iceland: Omar Magnusson 8, Oeinn Rikharesson 5, Hakon Styrmission 3, Birkir Benediktsson 2, Sigtryggur Runarsson 2, Kristjan Kristjansson 1, Aron Palsson 1, Elvar Jonsson 1

Spain: Kauldi Yeregui 6, David Alonso 4, Jaime Fernandez 4, Daniel Dujshavaev 3, Ander Egana 3, Francisco Pena 2, Antonio Legasa 1, Jose Coloma 1

Croatia - Russia 29-30 (13-12)

Croatia: Petar Medic 6, David Mandic 5, Ante Babic 5, Ivan Martinovic 4, Tomislav Severec 4, Marko Jurakic 3, Bruno Zobec 1, Dorian Markusic 1

Russia: Ruslan Dashko 8, Sergei Bolotin 7, Victor Furtsev 4, Dmitrii Santalov 3, Vladislav Razmaev 2, Timofei Maslennikov 2, Grigorii Chenichenko 1, Mikhail Vinogradov 1, llya Ryabov 1, Mikhail Sharkov 1

Venezuela - Germany 16-58 (8-24)

Venezuela: Albert Goitia 5, Pedro Moreno 4, Felix Rodriguez 3, Henry Gonzalez 2, Jose Cordero 2

Germany: Noah Beyer 11, Lars Weissgerber 8, Lukas Mertens 7, Rico Keller 5, Philipp Bauer 5, Antonio Metzner 4, Marian Michalczik 3, Moritz Schade 3, Bjorn Zintel 2, Jerome Muller 2, Dominik Claus 2, Kevin Struck 2, Max Haider 2, Nils Gugisch 2

Algeria – Denmark 19 -33 (7-15)

Algeria: Djedid Yacine 5, B. Nidhal 3, Naim Zohir 2, Boudaoui Hicham 2, Belkaid Athmane 1, Hellal Nour Eddine 1, Brahimi Abdel 1, Meklout Rafik 1, Ben Yassine 1, Hammad Merouane 1, Damir Mohamed 1

Denmark: Frederik Sass 6, Lasse Moller 4, Jon Andersen 3, Nikolaj Laeso 3, Mathias Bitsch 3, L. Rosendahl 3, Lasse Nikolajsen 3, Mike Holm Haack 3, Nicolaj Norager 2, Andreas Nielsen 2, Frederik Krabbe 1

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Re: Youth Men's World Championships - Russia 2015

Postby JanniB » Tue Aug 11, 2015 6:32 am

Games of August 10th, 2015

Argentina – Slovenia 15-29 (8-14)

Argentina: Andres Moyano 6, Guillermo Fischer 3, Juan Cuello 2, Nicolas Bono 1, Federico Saud Sulak 1, Tomas Giovagnola 1, Kevin Capurro 1

Slovenia:Tilen Sokolic 7, Nejc Planinc 5, Gal Marguc 4, Aleks Kavcic 2, Aleks Vlah 2, Jaka Malus 2, Urh Kastelic 1, Jaka Moljk 1, Darko Stojnic 1, Jure Kocbek 1, Blaz Janc 1, Grega Krecic 1, Jan Prevolnik 1

Poland - Sweden 23-23 (13-11)

Poland: Bartosz Kowalczyk 8, Arkadiusz Moryto 5, Bartosz Skiba 3, Szymon Sicko 2, Jakub Moryn 2, Patryk Biernacki 1, Kamil Netz 1, Milosz Bekisz 1

Sweden: William Bogojevic 5, Felix Caar 5, Emil Hansson 3, Lukas Sandell 3, Christoffer Bredolo 2, Oskar Cosmo 2, Emil Mellegard 1, Linus Andersson 1, Jonathan Edvardsson 1

Chile – Hungary 13-37 4 (4-17)

Chile: Tomas Donoso 5, Ignacio Jorquera 3, Matias Ormeno 1, Jose Rojas 1
Simon Lintz 1, Ronaldo Manquecoy 1, Sebastian Montecinos 1

Hungary: Egon Hanusz 7, Bence Mikita 7, Bence Deber 6, Adam Torok 3, David Fekete 2, Matyas Gyori 2, Benjamin Sinkovits 2, Daniel Fuzi 2, David Szilagyi 2, Donat Bartok 2, Marcel Gabor 2

Japan – France 18-27 (12-15)

Japan: Isamu Makino 6, Hiromu Shado 4, Kanji Yasumoto 2, Shinya Yamada 2, Katsuki Tasato 1, Motoki Ozawa 1, Takuma Yasuhira 1, Yuki Yamamoto 1

France: Ludovic Fabregas 5, Melvyn Richardson 5, Etienne Mocquais 3, Romain Lagarde 3, Benoit Kounkoud 3, Dika Mem 3, Dylan Garain 2, Yannis Lenne 2, Tom Nozeran 1

Serbia – Korea 29-27 (13-13)

Serbia: Milan Jovanovic 7, Vukasin Rakocija 5, Milomir radovanovic 3, Aleksa Kljajic 3, Nikola Kurtes 3, Stefan Ranisavljevic 3, Aleksandar Milicevic 2, Milan Potpara 1, Martin Kilibarda 1, Nemanja Ratkovic 1

Korea: Seokju Kang 5, Minmo Yeon 4, Yeonbin Kim 4, Teagyu Kim 3, Dongkwang Park 3, Kwangsoon Park 3, Gyeonghwan Lim 2, Hyunjin Jung 2, Jihoon Kim 1

Tunisia – Brazil 23-24 (9-10)

Tunisia: Anouar Ben Abdallah 6, Zoubaier Gouri 4, Wael Mzoughi 4, Ahmed Ayari 4, Oussama Ghachem 3, Mohamed Memmich 1, Yassine Bouteffaha 1

Brazil: Leonardo Silveira 5, Caue Baptista 5, Patrick Lemos 5, Pedro Umbelina Junior 4, Henrique Solenta 3, Andre Amorim 1, Marcos Santos 1

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Re: Youth Men's World Championships - Russia 2015

Postby JanniB » Tue Aug 11, 2015 6:38 am

Standings

Group A Points Games

1. Hungary 4 2
2. Sweden 3 2
3. Korea 2 2
4. Serbia 2 2
5. Poland 1 2
6. Chile 0 2
Group B
1. Norway 4 2
2. Iceland 4 2
3. Germany 2 2
4. Spain 2 2
5. Egypt 0 2
6. Venezuela 0 2
Group C
1. Denmark 4 2
2. Russia 4 2
3. Qatar 2 2
4. Schwitzerland 2 2
5. Croatia 0 2
6. Algeria 0 2
Group D
1. France 4 2
2. Slovenia 4 2
3. Brazil 4 2
4. Tunis 0 2
5. Japan 0 2
6. Argentina 0 2

Top players:


1. Ruslan Dashko 17 goals 2 games Team - Rus
2. Albin Alili 17 2 Sui
3. Patrick Lemos 16 2 Bra
4. Noah Beyer 13 2 Ger
5. Omar Magnusson 13 2 Isl
6. Oeinn Rikharesson 13 2 Isl
7. Aksel Horgen 12 2 Nor
8. Abdi Ayyoub 12 2 Alg
9. Isamu Makino 12 2 Jpn
10. Petar Medic 12 2 Cro
11. Mikhail Sharkov 11 2 Rus
12. Ante Babic 11 2 Cro
13. Daniel Dujshebaev 11 2 Esp
14. Sergei Bolotin 11 2 Rus
15. Milan Jovanovic 11 2 Srb

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Re: Youth Men's World Championships - Russia 2015

Postby sinok » Wed Aug 12, 2015 2:36 pm

So, who do you see in the last 4?
Hungary and France were finalists last year at the euro.

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Re: Youth Men's World Championships - Russia 2015

Postby JanniB » Thu Aug 13, 2015 7:02 am

Games of August 11th, 2015

Spain – Venezuela 47-7 (21-5)

Spain: Josep Ortiz 8, Daniel Dujshebaev 7, Borja Mendez Pan 6, Jose Hernandez 5, Ruben Iglesias 5, Mikel Yeregui 5, Asier Marcos 3, Kauldi Yeregui 3, Ander Egana 3, Antonio Legasa 2

Venezuela: Albert Goitia 4, Franklin Rojas 1, Carlos Enock 1, Deylinger Mendoza 1

Norway - Germany 31-29 (13-16)

Norway: Aksel Horgen 7, Simen Schoenningsen 7, Eirik Kopp 5, Magnus Frederiksen 4, Tormod Hauane 3, Magnus Roed 3, Marius Ferkingstad 2

Germany: Lukas Mertens 7, Bjorn Zintel 6, Philipp Bauer 5, Dominik Claus 4, Jerome Muller 3, Nils Gugisch 2, Max Haider 1, Moritz Schade 1

Qatar – Algeria 25-21 (10-11)

Qatar:Moustafa heiba 6, Amor dhiab 4, Nour Ahmed 4, Omar Abdelfattah 3, Abdulaziz Helali 3, Amine Guehis 3, Faruk Colo 1, Mohamed Abdelraouf 1

Algeria: Djeghaba Nidhal Baha 6, Hammad Merouane 5, Abdi Ayyoub 4, Hellal Nour Eddine 3, Ben Messaoud Yassine 1, Boudaoui Hicham 1, Damir Mohamed Riad 1

Argentina – Japan 23-24 (11-11)

Argentina: Nicolas Bono 5, Guillermo Fischer 5, Pablo Cantore 4, Andres Moyano 3, Juan Cuello 3, Tomas giovagnola 2, Lionel Moyano 1

Japan: Takuma Yasuhira 4, Yuki Yamamoto 4, Motoki Ozawa 3, Iasamu Makino 3, Yuya Nomura 3, Shota Kawakami 3, Katsuki Tasato 1, Yukiya Otani 1, Shinya Yamada 1, Rennosuke Tokuda 1

Egypt – Iceland 29-31 (12-18)

Egypt: Aly Hassan Anis Mohamed 6, Shady Mahmoud Khalil 6, Youssef Raafat 4, Yahia Khaled Mahmoud 3, Nour Khaled Gaber 2, Omar Nader Hamdy 2, Mohanad Zakaria Abdelhay 2, Ahmed Mahmoud Ahmed 2, Ahmed Mahmoud Hussein 1, Abdelrahman Aly Sayed 1

Iceland: Oeinn Rikharesson 8, Arnar Arnarson 3, Hakon Styrmission 3, Nikkvi Ellieason 3, Omar Magnusson 3, Ymir Gislason 2, Birkir Benediktsson 2, Sigtryggur Runarsson 2, Kristjan Jansson 1, Hlynur Bjarnason 1, Sturla Magnusson 1, Aron Palsson 1, Elvar Jonsson 1

Slovenia – Brazil 34-27 (22-13)

Slovenia: Blaz Janc 11, Matic Kotar 4, Jaka Malus 4, Tilen Sokolic 4, Gal Marguc 3, Jaka Moljk 2, Aleks Vlah 2, Nejc Planinc 2, Darko Stojnic 1, Aleks Kavcic 1

Brazil: Pedro Pacheco 7, Patrick Lemos 5, Andre Amorim 3, Caue Baptista 2, Gabriel Jung 2, Marcos Santos 2, Matheus Silva 2, Leonardo Silveira 1, Gabriel Gondim 1, Henrique Solenta 1, Leonardo Ferreira 1

Hungary - Serbia 42-29 (21-15)

Hungary: David Fekete 7, Matyas Gyori 7, Adam Juhasz 5, Benjamin Sinkovits 4, Egon Hanusz 3, Adam Torok 3, Donat Bartok 3, Marcel Gabor 3, Patrik Ligetvari 3, Daniel Fuzi 2, Bence Mikita 1, Bence Deber 1

Serbia: Stefan Ranisavljevic 7, Milan Potpara 5, Stefan Damjanovic 4, Nikola Kurtes 4, Spasoje Gacevic 3, Milomir Radovanovic 2, Milan Jovanovic 2, Luka Stojanovic 1, Aleksa Kljajic 1

Schwitzerland - Russia 29-26 (14-13)

Schwitzerland: Lenny Rubin 7, Albin Alili 6, Tim Aufdenblatten 6, Lucas Meister 4, Florian Leitner 2, Simon Schild 2, Yannick Ott 1, Samuel Weingartner 1

Russia Vladislav Razmaev 6, Dmitrii Santalov 6, Sergei Bolotin 5, Ilya Ryabov 2, Victor furtsev 2, Tomofei Maslennikov 2, Mikhail Vinogradov 1, Ruslan Dashko 1, Mikhail Sharkov 1

Swden Korea 37-25 (20-12)

Sweden: Emil Mellegard 6, Felix Claar 6, Lukas Sandell 6, Linus Andersson 5, William Bogojevic 4, Markus Sjobrink 2, Jonathan Edvardsson 2, Anton Hallback 2, Niclas Paradis 1, Oskar Cosmo 1, Emil Hansson 1, Lars Hansson 1

Korea: Kwangsson Park 5, Yeonbin Kim 5, KwangilJeong 4, Seokju Kang 4, Hyeonho Seo 2, Hyunjin Jung 2, Minjae Kim 1, Jihon Kim 1, Minmo Yeon 1

France – Tunis 34-24 (14-9)

France: Melvyn Richardson 6, Benoit Kounkoud 4, Ludovic Fabregas 4, Dika Mem 4, Dylan Garain 3, Lucas Ferrandier 2, Tom Nozeran 2, Tom Pelayo 2, Hugo Baril 2, Yannis Lenne 2, Etienne Micquais 1, Romain Lagarde 1, Sacha Bouchillou 1

Tunis: Anouar Ben Abdallah 8, Ahmed Ayari 6, Wassim Boussama 4, Yassine Bouteffaha 3, Oussama Ghachem 2, Wael Mzoughi 1

Poland – Chile 28-16 (16-8)

Poland: Patryk Mauer 7, Bartosz Kowalczyk 5, Piotr Jarosiewicz 4, Kamil Netz 3, Arkadiusz Moryto 3, Bartlomiej Bis 2, Szymon Sicko 2, Patryk Biernacki 1, Milosz Bekisz 1

Chile: Ignacio Jorquera 7, Tomas Donoso 3, Jose Rojas 2, Nicolas Delgado 2, Angel Velasquez 1, Ronaldo Manquecoy 1

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Re: Youth Men's World Championships - Russia 2015

Postby JanniB » Thu Aug 13, 2015 7:04 am

Games of August 12th, 2015

Russia – Denmark 29-29 (14-14)

Russia: Rusland Dashko 9, Sergei Bolotin 7, Dmitrii Santalov 3, Victor Furtsev 3, Pavel Elistratov 2, Mikhail Sharkov 2, Vladislav Razmaev 1, Mikhail Vinogradov 1, Timofei Maslennikov 1

Denmark: Lasse Moller 10, Lasse Nikolajsen 5, Nicolaj Norager 4, Jacob Aaquist 3, Mathias bBtsch 2, Mike Holm Haack 2, Alan Toft Hansen 2, Frederik Petersen 1

Norway - Iceland 29-32 (17-16)

Norway: Erik Kopp 7, Simen Schoenningsen 6, Marus Ferkingstad 4, Magnus Frederiksen 3, Aksel Horgen 2, Sindre Aho 2, Kevin Gulliksen 2, Haakon Pettersen 1, Lasse Thorsbye 1, Magnus Roed 1

Iceland: Omar Magnusson 8, Oeinn Rikharesson 5, Amar Arnarson 5, Egill Magnusson 5, Elvar Jonsson 5, Birkir Benediktsson 3, Sturla Magnusson 1, Sigtryggur Runnarsson 1

Germany - Spain 25-23 (14-9)

Germany Lukas Mertens 5, Moritz Schade 5, Bjorn Zintel 4, Jerome Muller 4, Dominik Claus 2, Marian Michalczik 2, Nils Gugisch 2, Kevin Struck 1

Spain: Antonio Legasa 4, Daniel Dujshebaev 4, Francisco Pena 3, David Alonso 3, Jaime Fernandez 3, Borja Pan 3, Kauldi Odriozola 2, Asier Marcos 1

Croatia – Qatar 25-24 (15-14)

Craotia: Ante Babic 5, David Mandic 4, Marin Jelinic 4, Petar Medic 4, Jakov vrdoljak 4, Ivan Martinovic 2, Bruno Zobec 1, Tomislav Severec 1

Qatar: Amine Guehis 10, Abdulaziz Helali 6, Ebrahim Ebaid 2, Moustafa Heiba 2, Mohamed Abdelraouf 2, Omar Abdelfattah 1, Nour Ahmed 1

Venezuela – Egypt 28-51 (15-27)

Venezuela: Albert Goitia 7, G. Mendoza 6, Pedro Moreno 5, F. Rodriguez 5, Carlos Enock 2, Franklin Rojas 1, Oscar Zavala 1, David Riera 1

Egypt: Youssef Raafat 11, M. Hassan Anis 6, M. Abdelmoghny 6, Ahmed Mahmoud 5, F. Khaled 5, Ahmed Mahmoud 5, H. Nader 3, K. Mahmoud 3, Shehab Abdalla 2, M. Zakaria 2, S. Aly 2, Nour Khaled 1

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Re: Youth Men's World Championships - Russia 2015

Postby Ivar » Sat Aug 15, 2015 2:07 am

Iceland has been really impressive. After winning the European Open and doing this well in this group, I'm hopeful for the future. There are big talents on that team.

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Re: Youth Men's World Championships - Russia 2015

Postby JanniB » Sat Aug 15, 2015 8:12 am

Games of 13th of August, 2015

Slovenia – Japan 37-23 (19-13)

Slovenia: Blaz Janc 8, Gal Marguc 7, Grega Krecic 5, Darko Stojnic 4, Matic Kotar 4, Jaka Malus 2, Tilen Sokolic 2, Rok Cvetko 2, Aleks Kavcic 1, Jure Kocbek 1, Nejc Planinc 1]

Japan: Hiromu Ishado 8, Katsuki Tasato 4, Takuma Yasuhira 3, Yuki Yamamoto 3, Motoki Ozawa 1, Yuya Nomura 1, Shinya Yamada 1, Shota Kawakami 1, Rennosuke Tokuda 1

Sweden– Chile 39-17 (23-8)

Sweden: Christoffer Bredolo 11, Oskar Cosmo 4, William Bogojevic 4, Jonathan Edvardsson 4, Linus Andersson 3, Lukas Sandell 3, Emil Mellegard 2, Herman Bosson 2, Anton Hallback 2, Niclas Paradis 1, Markus Sjobrink 1, Emil Hansson 1, Lars Hansson 1

Chile: Jose Arancibia 3, Nicolas Delgado 3, Tomas Donoso 2, Simon Lintz 2, Esteban Rojas 2, Nicolas Lillo 2, Matias Ormeno 1, Ronaldo Manquecoy 1, Diego Soto 1

Brazil - France 23-27 (9-14)

Brazil: Patrick Lemos 7, Caue Baptista 4, Leonardo Ferreira 4, Matheus da Silva 3, Leonardo Silveira 2, Andre Amorim 1, Pedro Pacheco 1, Gabriel Jung 1

France: Ludovic Fabregas 5, Aymeric Minne 4, Richardson Melvyn 4, Dika Mem 3, Romain Lagarde 2, Benoit Konkoud 2, Hugo Kamtcop 2, Yannis Lenne 2, Etienne Mocquais 1, Dylan Garain 1, Tom Pelayo 1

Korea- Hungary 31-31 (18-19)

Korea: Seung Park 6, Yeonbin Kim 6, Hyunjin Jung 4, Seokju Kang 4, Gyeonghwan Lim 3, Minjae Kim 2, Hyeonho Seo 2, Hakbum Lee 2, Dongkwang Park 1
Minmo Yeon 1

Hungary: Matyas Gyori 13, Adam Juhasz 4, Benjamin Sinkovits 4, Patrik Ligetvari 3, Daniel Fuzi 2, Donat Bartok 2, Egon Hanusz 1, David Fekete 1, Marcel Gabor 1

Serbia – Poland 27-26 (14-13)

Serbia: Nikola Arsenic 6, Milan Potpara 5, Stefan Ranisavlejevic 5, Vukasin Rakocija 3, Milan Jovanovic 3, Nikola Kurtes 2, Nemanja Ratkovic 2, Stefan Damjanovic 1

Poland: Bartosz Kowalczyk 6, Kamil Netz 6, Arkadiusz Moryto 5, Milosz Bekisz 4, Jakub Moryn 2, Patryk Biernacki 1, Piotr Jarosiewicz 1, Patryk Mauer 1

Tunisia – Argentina 35-29 (18-12)

Tunisia: Anouar Ben Abdallah 11, Ahmed Ayari 8, Oussama Ghachem 7, Ghazi Memmich 2, Ghassen Toubi 2, Wael Mzoughi 2, Wassim Boussama 1, Ahmed Ben Chikh Ahmed 1, Vassine Bouteffaha 1

Argentina: Andres Moyano 7, Nicolas Bono 5, Pablo Cantore 5, Gullermo Fischer 4, Mariano Bustamante 3, Juan Cuello 3, Lionel Moyano 1, Federico Vidal 1

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Re: Youth Men's World Championships - Russia 2015

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Games of 14th of August, 2015

Denmark - Schwitzerland 34-23 (15-9)

Denmark: Lasse Moller 8, Nicolaj Norager 7, Mathias Bitsch 6, Nikolaj Christensen 3, Andreas Nielsen 3, Mike Holm Haack 3, Frederik Petersen 2, Jon Andersen 1, Lasse Nikolajsen 1

Schwitzerland Albin Alili 6, Lenny Rubin 4, Cedrie Tynowski 4, Lucas Meister 3, Florian Leitner 2, Yannick Ott 1, Simon Schild 1, Tim Aufdenblatten 1, Samuel Roethlisberger 1

Algeria - Croatia 22-32 (12-17)

Algeria: Djeghaba Nidhal 7, Hellal Nour Eddine 4, Naim Zohir 2, Ben Moussa Abdou Oubeida 2, Hammad Merouane 2, Djedid Yacine 2, Belkaid Athmane 1, Meklout Rafik 1
Abdi Ayyoub 1

Croatia: Marin jelenic 9, Marko Jurakic 5, Petar Medic 4, Marin Sipic 4, Tomislav Severec 3, Ante Babic 3, Bruno Vili Zobec 2, Andrej Obranovic 1, Jakov Vrdoljak 1

Iceland – Venezuela 47-19 (27-12)

Iceland: Oeinn Rikharesson 15, Hakon Styrmission 11, Nokkvi Ellieason 8, Kristjan Jansson 5, Hlynur Bjarnason 3, Sturla Magnusson 2, Elvar Jonsson 2, Aron Palsson 1

Venezuela: Albert Goitia 6, Franklin Rojas 3, Deylinger Mendoza 3, Pedro Moreno 2, Felix Rodriguez 1, Carlos Enock 1, Henry Gonzalez 1, Jose Cordero 1, David Riera 1

Germany – Egypt 23-24 (9-13)

Germany: Bjorn Zintel 6, Noah Beyer 5, Jerome Muller 3, Rico Keller 2, Kevin Struck 2
Max Haider 2, Lars Weissgerber 2, Dominik Claus 1

Egypt: Aly Hassan Anis Mohamed 7, Yahia Khaled Mahmoud 6, Shady Mahmoud Khalil 5, Nour Khaled Gaber 4, Mohanad Zakaria Abelhay 2

France – Slovenia 32-32 (16-17)

France: Aymeric Minne 8, Melvyn Richardson 6, Benoit Kounkoud 3, Ludovic Fabregas 3, Etienne Mocquais 2, Romain Lagarde 2, Dylan Garain 2, Hugo Kamtchop Baril 2, Dika Mem 2, Tom Pelayo 1, Yannis Lenne 1

Slovenia: Blaz Janc 9, Jaka Malus 7, Gal Marguc 6, Tilen Sokolic 4, Darko Stojnic 2, Matic Kotar 2, Jaka Moljk 1, Rok Cvetko 1

Spain – Norway 21-19 (12-9)

Spain: Kauldi Yeregui 5, Daniel Dujshebaev 4, Jaime Fernandez 4, David Alonso 3, Francisco Pena 2, Antonio Legasa 1, Ander Egana 1, Borja Mendez Pan 1

Norway: Eirik Kopp 6, Magnus Roed 4, Tormod Hauane 3, Aksel Horgen 2, Simen Schoenningsen 2, Marius Ferkingstad 2

Chile – Serbia 19-32 (6-18)

Chile: Tomas Donoso 5, Simon Lintz 4, Angel Velasquez 2, Ignacio Jorquera 2, Sebastian Montecinos 2, Diego Soto 2, Matias Ormeno 1, Nicolas Lillo 1

Serbia: Nikola Arsenic 8, Vukasin Rakocija 6, Milomir Radovanovic 4, Stefan Damjanovic 4, Aleksa Kljajic 3, Luka Stojanovic 2, Milan Jovanovic 2, Spasoje Gacevic 2, Nemenja Ratkovic 1

Japan – Tunis 26-29 (12-14)

Japan: Takuma Yasuhira 8, Hiromu Shado 6, Katsuki Tasato 4, Shinya Yamada 3, Motoki Ozawa 2, Isamu Makino 2, Yuki Yamamoto 1

Tunis: Oussama Ghachem 9, Anouar Ben Abdallah 6, Ghassen Toumi 5, Zoubaier Gouri 4, Mohamed Memmich 2, Wassim Boussama 1, Ahmed Ayari 1, Yassine Bouteffaha 1

Russia Qatar 33-28 (18-15)

Russia: Sergei Bolotin 8, Dmitrii Santalov 6, Vladislav Razmaev 5, Ruslan Dashko 5, Mikhail Sharkov 5, Victor furtsev 2, Mikhail Vinogradov 1, Ilya Ryabov 1

Qatar: Omar Abdelfattah 7, Amor Dhiab 5, Saem Braham 4, Jovan Gacevic 4, Egrahim Ebaid 3, Khalid Bakhder 1, Gamal Ahmed 1, Abdulaziz Helali 1, Nour Ahmed 1, Moustafa Heiba 1

Korea - Poland 33-27 (14-12)

Korea: Yeonbin Kim 8, Seokju Kang 7, Hyunkin Jung 6, Hyeonho Seo 5, Dongkwang Park 2, Johoon Kim 2, Kwangil Jeong 2

Poland: Arkadiusz Moryto 6, Bartosz kowalczyk 5, Kamil Netz 4, Bartosz Skiba 3, Patryk Biernacki 2, Patryk Mauer 2, Jakub Moryn 2, Szymon Sicko 1, Piotr Jarosiewicz 1, Milosz Bekisz 1

Brazil – Argentina 29-13 (9-8)

Brazil: Leonardo Silveira 6, Leonardo Ferreira 6, Guilherme Torriani 5, Gabriel Jung 3, Patrick Lemos 2, Pedro Umbelina Jr. 2, Andre Amorim 1, Gabriel Gondim 1, Pedro Pacheco 1, Matheus da Silva 1, Henrique Solenta 1

Argentina: Leonardo Werner 5, Nicolas Bono 4, Juan Cuello 2, Martin Cargnel 1, Andres Moyano 1

Hungary - Sweden 26-30 (12-13)

Hungary: Adam Juhasz 9, Matyas Gyori 5, Adam Torok 3, Egon Hanusz 2, Daniel Fuzi 2, Donat Bartok 2, Benjamin Sinkovits 1, Marcell Gabor 1, Patrik Ligetvari 1

Sweden: Felix Claar 8, Linus Andersson 5, Christoffer Bredolo 4, Lukas Sandell 4, Jonathan Edvardsson 3, oskar Cosmo 2, Anton Hallback 2, Emil Mellegard 1, Markus Sjobrink 1


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