IIHF U18 World Championships

1999 - 2018

FINAL STANDINGS

1999 Füssen, Kaufberen – Germany
1. Finland, 2. Sweden, 3. Slovakia, 4. Switzerland, 5. Czech Republic, 6. Russia, 7. USA, 8. Ukraine, 9. Germany, 10. Norway.

2000 Kloten, Weinfelden – Switzerland
1. Finland, 2. Russia, 3. Sweden, 4. Switzerland, 5. Slovakia, 6. Czech Republic, 7. Germany, 8. USA, 9. Ukraine, 10. Belarus.

2001 Heinola, Helsinki, Lahti – Finland
1. Russia, 2. Switzerland, 3. Finland, 4. Czech Republic, 5. Germany, 6. USA, 7. Sweden, 8. Slovakia, 9. Norway, 10. Ukraine.

2002 Piešťany, Trnava – Slovakia
1. USA, 2. Russia, 3. Czech Republic, 4. Finland, 5. Belarus, 6. Canada, 7. Switzerland, 8. Slovakia, 9. Sweden, 10. Germany, 11. Norway, 12. Ukraine.

2003 Jaroslavl – Russia
1. Canada, 2. Slovakia, 3. Russia, 4. USA, 5. Sweden, 6. Czech Republic, 7. Finland, 8. Belarus, 9. Switzerland, 10. Kazakhstan.

2004 Minsk – Belarus
1. Russia, 2. USA, 3. Czech Republic, 4. Canada, 5. Sweden, 6. Slovakia, 7. Finland, 8. Denmark, 9. Belarus, 10. Norway.

2005 České Budějovice, Plzeň – Czech Republic
1. USA, 2. Canada, 3. Sweden, 4. Czech Republic, 5. Russia, 6. Slovakia, 7. Finland, 8. Germany, 9. Switzerland, 10. Denmark.

2006 Ängelholm, Halmstad – Sweden
1. USA, 2. Finland, 3. Czech Republic, 4. Canada, 5. Russia, 6. Sweden, 7. Slovakia, 8. Germany, 9. Belarus, 10. Norway.

2007 Rauma, Tampere – Finland
1. Russia, 2. USA, 3. Sweden, 4. Canada, 5. Slovakia, 6. Switzerland, 7. Finland, 8. Germany, 9. Czech Republic, 10. Latvia.

2008 Kazan – Russia
1. Canada, 2. Russia, 3. USA, 4. Sweden, 5. Germany, 6. Finland, 7. Slovakia, 8. Switzerland, 9. Belarus, 10. Denmark

2008 Torun – Poland
Division I, Group A 1. Czech Republic, 2. Kazakhstan, 3. Lithuania, 4. Poland, 5. Ukraine,  6. Slovenia.

2009 Fargo, Moorhead – USA
1. USA, 2. Russia, 3. Finland, 4. Canada, 5. Sweden, 6. Czech Republic, 7. Slovakia, 8. Switzerland, 9. Norway, 10. Germany.

2010 Minsk, Bobruysk – Belarus
1. USA, 2. Sweden, 3. Finland, 4. Russia, 5. Switzerland, 6. Czech Republic, 7. Canada, 8. Slovakia, 9. Latvia, 10. Belarus.

2011 Crimmitschau, Dresden – Germany
1. USA, 2. Sweden, 3. Russia, 4. Canada, 5. Finland, 6. Germany, 7. Switzerland, 8. Czech Republic, 9. Norway, 10. Slovakia.

2012 Brno, Znojmo, Břeclav – Czech Republic
1. USA, 2. Sweden, 3. Canada, 4. Finland, 5. Russia, 6. Germany, 7. Switzerland, 8. Czech Republic, 9. Latvia, 10. Denmark.

2013 Sochi – Russia
1. Canada, 2. USA, 3. Finland, 4. Russia, 5. Sweden, 6. Switzerland, 7. Czech Republic, 8. Germany, 9. Slovakia, 10. Latvia.

2014 Lappeenranta, Imatra – Finland
1. USA, 2. Czech Republic, 3. Canada, 4. Sweden, 5. Russia, 6. Finland, 7. Switzerland, 8. Slovakia, 9. Germany, 10. Denmark.

2015 Lucerne, Zug – Switzerland
1. USA, 2. Finland, 3. Canada, 4.Switzerland, 5. Russia, 6. Czech Republic, 7. Slovakia, 8. Sweden, 9. Latvia, 10. Germany.

2016 Grand Forks – USA
1. Finland, 2. Sweden, 3. USA, 4. Canada, 5. Slovakia, 6. Russia, 7. Czech Republic, 8. Switzerland, 9. Latvia, 10. Denmark

2017 Poprad, Spišská Nová Ves – Slovakia
1. USA, 2. Finland, 3. Russia, 4. Sweden, 5. Canada, 6. Slovakia, 7. Czech Republic, 8. Switzerland, 9. Belarus, 10. Latvia.

2018 Chelyabinsk, Magnitogorsk – Russia
1. Finland, 2. USA, 3. Sweden, 4. Czech Republic, 5. Canada, 6. Russia, 7. Slovakia, 8. Belarus, 9. Switzerland, 10. France.

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