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  • MEDAL COUNT, ALL TIME


    YEAR LOCATION GOLD SILVER BRONZE
    2001Moscow, RussiaCzech RepublicFinlandCanada
    2000Skelleftea and Umea, SwedenCzech RepublicRussiaCanada
    1999Winnipeg, Canada Russia Canada Slovakia
    1998Helsinki, Finland Finland Russia Switzerland
    1997Geneva, Switzerland Canada United States Russia
    1996Boston, USA Canada Sweden Russia
    1995Red Deer, Canada Canada Russia Sweden
    1994Czech Republic Canada Sweden Russia
    1993Gaevle, Sweden Canada Sweden Czechoslovakia
    1992Germany CIS Sweden United States
    1991Canada Canada Soviet Union Czechoslovakia
    1990Finland Canada Soviet Union Czechoslovakia
    1989Anchorage, USA Soviet Union Sweden Czechoslovakia
    1988Moscow, USSR Canada Soviet Union Finland
    1987*Czechoslovakia Finland Czechoslovakia Sweden
    1986Canada Soviet Union Canada United States
    1985Finland Canada Czechoslovakia Soviet Union
    1984Sweden Soviet Union Finland Czechoslovakia
    1983Leningrad, USSR Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Canada
    1982Rochester, USA Canada Czechoslovakia Finland
    1981Germany Sweden Finland Soviet Union
    1980Helsinki, Finland Soviet Union Finland Sweden
    1979Karlstad, Sweden Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Sweden
    1978Montreal, Canada Soviet Union Sweden Canada
    1977Banska Bystrica Soviet Union Canada Finland
    1976Turku, Finland Soviet Union Canada Czechoslovakia
    1975Winnipeg, Canada Soviet Union Canada Sweden
    1974Leningrad, USSR Soviet Union Finland Canada

    * Canada and Soviet Union were disqualified for fighting.