This year's Speedway Euro Championship Grand Final is coming! On September 16th in Lublin we’ll find out who’ll win the gold and an unique trophy. Now we want to remind you, how does medal classification of all time look.
In individual classification of Speedway Euro Championship there are two riders, who won the gold two times. They are Matej Zagar, who did it before the reform in 2004 and 2008, and Emil Sayfutdinov, who made it two years in a row (2014, 2015). That triumph allows to place the Russian on the top of medal classification in Speedway Euro Championship.
Interestingly, most medals in European Championships belong to Ales Dryml, who finished tournaments on the podium five times. His accomplishments include one gold, two slivers and two bronzes. Older Dryml brother was also a medalist in last competition in old formula.
In the SEC cycle, most medals belong to Nicki Perdersen, who finished on the podium four times. „Power” made a podium in every Speedway Euro Championship edition, and this is how his accomplishment looks like: one gold, two silvers and one bronze.
In European Championships national classification Russians are the best - they have 5 medals, among which there are 4 golds. Most medals – 14 – were won by Poles (3 golds, 8 silvers and 3 bronzes). In SEC national classification, situation is different. Danes are the best here. They have 1 gold, 3 silvers and 1 bronze (it’s Nicki Pedersen and Peter Kildemand's score).
Tickets for SEC grand final, which will take place on September 16th in Lublin are on sale now. You can buy it on bit.ly/SEC_final_Lublin_tickets and in Empik, Media Markt and STS.
Normal: 55 zł
Recuced: 40 zł
Normal with a discount: 40 zł
There is a code on every Motor Lublin passcard - it allows you to buy normal ticket in reduced price.
IV Speedway Euro Campionship round startlist;
1. Krzysztof Kasprzak #507 (Poland)
2. Mateusz Szczepaniak #58 (Poland)
3. Martin Smolinski #84 (Germany)
4. Kenneth Bjerre #91 (Denmark)
5. Andzejs Lebedevs #129 (Latvia)
6. Andrey Kudryashov #9 (Russia)
7. Vaclav Milik #13 (Czechia)
8. Artem Laguta #2 (Russia)
9. Przemysław Pawlicki #59 (Poland)
10. Adrian Miedziński #20 (Poland)
11. Daniel Jeleniewski #16 (Poland)
12. Michael Jepsen Jensen #52 (Denmark)
13. Leon Madsen #66 (Denmark)
14. Andreas Jonsson #100 (Sweden)
15. Mikkel Bech #177 (Denmark)
16. Kacper Gomólski #44 (Poland)
17. Oskar Bober (Poland)
18. Wiktor Lampart (Poland)