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COUNTDOWN: 3 DAYS TO GO TO THE WORLD CUP


A recap of the final category in our series: The Under 15s
1994 Paris, FRA: Darren Scicluna (MLT) – Efrem Intra (ITA) 4-0 (U16)
1996 Silkeborg, DEN: Dionisis Koutis (GRE) – Wolfgang Haas (AUT) 1-2 (U16)
1998 Namur, BEL: Alberto Mateos Navarro (ESP) – Wolfgang Haas (AUT) 0-5 (U16)
2000 Vienna, AUT: Bruno Magalhaes (POR) – Simao Fonseca (POR) 1-1*
2001 Porto, POR: Simão Fonseca (POR) – Samuel Bartolo (MLT) 4-0
2002 Birmingham, ENG: Arnaud Nullens (BEL) – Jessica Hardenne (BEL) 3-4
2003 Cospicua, MLT: Arnaud Nullens (BEL) – Stefano Buono (ITA) 2*-2
2004 Bologna, ITA: Daniel Wienbrandt (GER) – Ricardo Barros (POR) 1-2
2005 Tournai, BEL: Kristian Staal Nielsen (DEN) – Juan Gabriel Noguera (ESP) 1-2
2006 Dortmund, GER: Kristian Staal Nielsen (DEN) – Mattia Bellotti (ITA) 3-2 (2-0)
2007 Les Herbiers, FRA: Bjorn Kegenbein (GER) – Ruben Português (POR) 1-2
2008 Vienna, AUT: Mitchell Timmers (NED) – Bjorn Kegenbein (GER) 1-8
2009 Rotterdam, NED: Andrea Manganello (ITA) – Emanuele Lo Cascio (ITA) 2-3
2010 Rain am Lech, GER: Diego Tagliaferri (ITA) – Marcel Kwiatkowski (GER) 2-3
2011 Palermo, ITA: Luca Colangelo (ITA) – Emanuele Lo Cascio (ITA) 4-3
2012 Manchester, ENG: Matteo Ciccarelli (ITA) – David González (ESP) 4-3
2013 Madrid, ESP: Kaï Hagenkötter (GER) – Claudio Panebianco (ITA) 1-2
2014 Rochefort, BEL: Matteo Ciccarelli (ITA) – Claudio Panebianco (ITA) 2-1ms
2015 San Benedetto, ITA: Claudio La Torre (ITA) – Nicola Borgo (ITA) 6-5ms
2016 Framerie, BEL: Leonardo Giudice (ITA) – Claudio La Torre (ITA) 3-2
2017 Paris, FRA: Corentin Bouchez (BEL) – Claudio La Torre (ITA) 4-8

Kaï Hagenkötter (GER)


2009 Finalists Manganello and Lo Cascio (ITA)

A huge thanks to Vincent Coppenolle for the work he did in compiling most of these records. An updated historical record of the FISTF World Cup will be published early in 2019.