XXIVth

European Diplomacy Championship

2016

From Friday, August 26rd to Sunday, August 28th 2016


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1993

Paris, France

Samy Malky (France)
1994

Linköpping, Sweden

Xavier Blanchot (France)
1995

Cirencester, United Kingdom

Inge Kjol (Norway)
1996

Oslo, Norway

Inge Kjol (Norway)
1997

Namur, Belgium

Cyrille Sevin (France)
1998

Bedford, United Kingdom

Toby Harris (United Kingdom)
1999

Turku, Finland

Simon Bouton (United Kingdom)
2000

Paris, France

Leif Bergman (Sweden)
2001

Dublin, Ireland

Paraic Reddington (Ireland)
2002

Lund, Sweden

Frank Johansen (Norway)
2003

San Marino, San Marino

Yann Clouet (France)
2004

Darmstadt, Germany

Edi Birsan (USA)
2005

Utrecht, The Netherlands

Simon Bouton (United Kingdom)
2006

Chesthunt, United Kingdom

Benjamin Pouilles (France)
2007

Marseille, France

Fabien Grellier (France)
2008

Como, Italy

Luca Pazzaglia (Italy)
2009

Bonn, Germany

André Ilievics (Germany)
2010

Paris, France

Fabian Straub (Germany)
2011

Derby, United Kingdom

Gwen Maggi (France)
2012

San Marino, San Marino

Nicolas Sahuguet (France)
2013

Namur, Belgium

Gwen Maggi (France)
2014

Roma, Italy

Peter McNamara (Australia)
2015

Leicester, United Kingdom

Cyrille Sevin (France)
2016

Paris, France

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Winner of the European Championship 2015
From left to right : Gwen Maggi (1st), David Norman (TD)


Top 3 of the European Championship 2013
From left to right : Phil Weissert (2nd), Gwen Maggi (1st), René Van Rooijen (3rd)


Top 3 of the European Championship 2012
From left to right : René Van Rooijen (3rd), Nicolas Sahuguet (1st), Alex Lebedev (2nd)


Gwen Maggi, European Champion 2011


Top 3 of the European Championship 2010
From left to right: Cyrille Sevin (3rd), Fabian Straub (1st), Emmanuel du Pontavice (2nd)


Top 3 of the European Championship 2009
From left to right : Moritz Am Ende (3rd), André Ilievics (1st), René Van Rooijen (2nd)


Top 7 of the European Championship 2008
From left to right : Frank Oschmiansky (6th), Igor Kurt (2nd), Davide Cleopadre (4th), Gwen Maggi (3rd), Fabian Straub (5th), Emmanuel du Pontavice (7th), Luca Pazzaglia (1st)


Fabien Grellier, European Champion 2007


Top 3 of the European Championship 2003 in San Marino
From left to right : Sascha Hingst (2nd), Yann Clouet (1st), Simon Bouton (3rd)