Report
European Yo-Yo Championship
by Jumper


Since the first European Meetings, the European players were always thinking of having a yo-yo contest in Europe, to crown a European champion. Finally after years of thinking and planning the first European Yo-Yo Championship took place in the middle of the continent. After a fantastic EYYM in 2007 players from all around the world traveled again to Prague in 2010 to find out who are the best yo-yo players in Europe.

Yo-Yo in Europe


The 10. European Yo-Yo Championship 2019 will be held in Ostrava Czech Republic, 22.-23. March 2019. For more information check the facebook page or the dates.


The 9. European Yo-Yo Championship 2018 was held 16./17. March in Lednice.
The 2018 champions are:
1A - Tal Mordoch (Israel)
2A - Matyas Racek (Czech Republic)
3A - Takuma Inoue (Hungary)
4A - Frantisek Prochazka (Czech Republic)
5A - Takuma Inoue (Hungary)

The winners of non championship divisions are
1A Junior - Matyas Drzmisek (Czech Republic)
1A Women’s Division - Veronika Kamenska (Czech Republic)
1A Open - Luckey Yulin Li (Canada) 

Full Results on eyyc18.cya.cz.


The 8. European Yo-Yo Championship 2017 was held 11./12. March in Bratislava.
The 2017 champions are:
1A - Tal Mordoch (Israel)
2A - Clement Bertaux (France)
3A - Stephen Langley (UK)
4A - Quentin Godet (France)
5A - Viktor Kollar (Hungary)

The winners of non championship divisions are
1A Junior - Dan Boura (Czech Republic)
1A Women’s Division - Veronika Kamenska (Czech Republic)
1A Open - Evan Nagao (USA)
Spintop - Daniel Konecny (Czech Republic)

Full Results on www.worldyoyocontest.com/results_db/.


The 7. European Yo-Yo Championship 2016 was held 19./20. March in Prague.
The 2016 champions are:
1A - Tal Mordoch (Israel)
2A - Naoto Okada (Germany)
3A - Stephen Langley (UK)
4A - Naoto Okada (Germany)
5A - David Molnar (Hungary)

The winners of non championship divisions are
1A Junior - Sebastian Holzkamp (Germany)
1A Women’s Division - Tessa Piccillo (USA)
1A Open - Gentry Stein (USA)
Spintop - Daniel Konecny (Czech Republic)

Full Results on www.worldyoyocontest.com/results_db/.


The 6. European Yo-Yo Championship 2015 was be held 5.-7. March in Cracow.
The 2015 champions are:
1A - Jakub Dekan (Czech Republic)
2A - Jan Schmutz (Switzerland)
3A - Stephen Langley (UK)
4A - Quentin Godet (France)
5A - David Molnar (Hungary)
1A Women’s Division - Julia Gutowska (Poland)

Full Results on www.worldyoyocontest.com/results_db/.


The 5. European Yo-Yo Championship 2014 was held on the  21.-23. February in Budapest.
The 2014 champions are:
1A - Carlos Braun (Germany)
2A - Dave Geigle (Germany)
3A - Michal Jaško (Czech Republic)
4A - Quentin Godet (France)
5A - David Molnar (Hungary)
AP - Sleeperz (Czech Republic)
1A Women’s Division - Jaslyn Shi (Singapore)

Full Results on www.worldyoyocontest.com/results_db/.


The 4. European Yo-Yo Championship 2013 was held on the 23.-24. February in Budapest.
The 2013 champions are:
1A - Jnos Karancz (Hungary)
2A - Dave Geigle (Germany)
3A - Michal Jaško (Czech Republic)
4A - Lorenzo Sabatini (Italy)
5A - Jn Hlinka (Slovakia)
AP - InMotion (Switzerland)
SpinTop -Daniel Konečn (Czech Republic)
1A Women’s Division - Julia Aleksandra Gutowska (Poland)

F Full Results on www.worldyoyocontest.com/results_db/.


The 3. European Yo-Yo Championship 2012 was held on the 21.-22. January in Prague.
The 2012 champions are:
1A - Grzegorz Wjcik (Poland)
2A - Dave Geigle (Germany)
3A - Michal Jaško (Czech Republic)
4A - Lorenzo Sabatini (Italy)
5A - Daniel Budai (Hungary)
AP - InMotion (Switzerland)
SpinTop - Jakub Konečn (Czech Republic)
Eric’s 1A Women’s Division - Corli du Toit (UK)

Full Results on eyyc12.cya.cz.


The 2. European Yo-Yo Championship 2011 was held on the 29.-30. January in Prague.
The 2011 champions are:
1A - Tomas Bubak (Czech Republic)
2A - Dave Geigle (Germany)
3A - David Molnar (Hungary)
4A - Nandor Groger (Hungary)
5A - David Molnar (Hungary)
SpinTop - Jakub Konečn (Czech Republic)

Full Results on eyyc11.cya.cz.


The 1. European Yo-Yo Championship 2010 after 57 years was held in Prague, 30.-31. January 2010.
The European Yo-Yo Champions 2010 are:
1A - Vaclav Kroutil (Czech Republic)
2A - Dave Geigle (Germany)
3A - Lorenzo Sabatini (Italy)
4A - Nandor Groger (Hungary)
5A - Petr Kavka (Czech Republic)
SpinTop - Jan Dvorak (Czech Republic)


If you want to sponsor the next European Yo-Yo Championship dont hesitate to contact the International Yo-Yo Federation.



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