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Group A 2010
Gold Template:Country data SWE
Silver Template:Country data RUS
Bronze Template:Country data FIN
4. Template:Country data KAZ
5. Template:Country data NOR
6. Template:Country data USA
Group B 2010
1. Template:Country data CAN
2. Template:Country data LAT
3. Template:Country data NED
4. Template:Country data HUN
5. Template:Country data MGL

The Bandy World Championship 2010 was held between January 24 and January 31, 2010, in Moscow, Russia. 11 countries participated in the 2010 championships: Finland, Kazakhstan, Norway, Russia, Sweden, the United States (group A) and Canada, Hungary, Latvia, Mongolia and the Netherlands (group B).[1]

The tournament was won by Sweden, beating Russia with 6-5 after sudden death. The standing was 5-5 after full time and the match winning goal was conceived by Daniel Mossberg, scoring in the 110:th minute.[2] This was Sweden's 10th Championship victory in this the 29th Bandy World Championship.[3] Russia won silver medals and Finland won bronze medals.[4]

All matches were played in the indoor venue Sportivnyj Kompleks Krylatskoje in Moscow, Russia.

Group A Edit

Preliminary round Edit

Date Match Res.
January 24 Template:Country data RUS - Template:Country data KAZ 14-2
Template:Country data SWE - Template:Country data FIN 8-1
Template:Country data USA - Template:Country data NOR 5-10
January 25 Template:Country data NOR - Template:Country data KAZ 3-12
Template:Country data SWE - Template:Country data USA 14-6
Template:Country data RUS - Template:Country data FIN 12-4
January 26 Template:Country data FIN - Template:Country data USA 13-2
Template:Country data KAZ - Template:Country data SWE 0-12
Template:Country data RUS - Template:Country data NOR 12-2
January 27 Template:Country data SWE - Template:Country data NOR 13-2
Template:Country data FIN - Template:Country data KAZ 6-5
Template:Country data RUS - Template:Country data USA 19-5
January 28 Template:Country data USA - Template:Country data KAZ 4-9
Template:Country data NOR - Template:Country data FIN 5-9
Template:Country data RUS - Template:Country data SWE 7-4
Pl. Team Match GF-GA Point
1. Template:Country data RUS 5 64-17 10
2. Template:Country data SWE 5 51-16 8
3. Template:Country data FIN 5 33-32 6
4. Template:Country data KAZ 5 28-39 4
5. Template:Country data NOR 5 22-51 2
6. Template:Country data USA 5 23-73 0

Finals Edit

Date Match Res.
Semifinals
January 30 Template:Country data SWE - Template:Country data FIN 9-4
Template:Country data RUS - Template:Country data KAZ 16-3
Match for 3rd place
January 31 Template:Country data FIN - Template:Country data KAZ 4-3
Final
January 31 Template:Country data RUS - Template:Country data SWE 5-6

Group B Edit

Preliminary round Edit

Date Match Res.
January 24 Template:Country data NED - Template:Country data HUN 5-4
Template:Country data CAN - Template:Country data LAT 15-2
January 25 Template:Country data NED - Template:Country data CAN 1-17
Template:Country data HUN - Template:Country data MGL 5-5[5]
January 26 Template:Country data MGL - Template:Country data CAN 2-18
Template:Country data LAT - Template:Country data NED 5-5[6]
January 27 Template:Country data CAN - Template:Country data HUN 15-1
Template:Country data MGL - Template:Country data LAT 1-7
January 28 Template:Country data NED - Template:Country data MGL 4-3
Template:Country data LAT - Template:Country data HUN 7-6
Pl. Team Match Mål Point
1. Template:Country data CAN 4 65-6 8
2. Template:Country data LAT 4 21-27 5
3. Template:Country data NED 4 15-29 5
4. Template:Country data MGL 4 11-34 1
5. Template:Country data HUN 4 16-32 1

Final tour Edit

Date Match Res.
Match for 4th place
January 30 Template:Country data MGL - Template:Country data HUN 5-5[7]
Match for 2nd place
January 30 Template:Country data LAT - Template:Country data NED 7-4

Qualifiers to Group A 2011 Edit

The team that finished last in Group A, the United States, and the winner in Group B, Canada, met in a qualifying match for the vacant seat in next year's WC Group A. The match was won by 9-6 by the USA, thus secured another year in Group A.[8]

Date Match Res.
January 30 Template:Country data USA - Template:Country data CAN 9-6

References Edit

  1. Official website - games
  2. Swedish Bandy Association Swedish triumph in Moscow after thriller. April 19, 2010. Template:Sv icon
  3. Radio Sweden Why Sweden won World Cup gold. January 31, 2010.Template:Sv icon
  4. SINA English Sweden win bandy world championship. February 2, 2010.
  5. Mongolia won penalty shot with 3-2.
  6. Latvia won penalty shot with 3-2.
  7. Hungary won penalty shot with 2-1.
  8. USA National Bandy team - USA National Bandy Team's World Championship Journey to Moscow

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