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Final medal table

AFTER EIGHT DAYS of glorious pool and hundreds of exciting matches, the Dynamic Billard European Pool Championships concluded with the destination of the 56 medals determined. Top of the medal table were the Netherlands with five gold medals out of a total of seven. The dynamic duo of Yannick Pongers and Jolien Schuurman won two each (both 8 and 9 ball) and Mika Van Berkel made it five as the Dutch team swept gold in the 8-ball division. 

In second place was Germany who took four golds as well as two silvers and six bronze medals. Felix Vogel (17 10 ball), Yuma Dorner (U19 straight pool), Dennis Laszkowski (U19 10 ball) and U19 Team were where the gold medals went. 

Finally, Poland took third spot with a total of ten medals, with three of those being gold. Their successful athletes were Dominika Pawelczyk (Girls’ 10 ball) as well as two team golds in the Girls’ and U17 divisions. 

In total, 15 countries from the 28 in attendance achieved one medal or more. 

                     Gold    Silver   Bronze       Total 

Netherlands        5   1   1       7 

Germany                4   2   6       12 

Poland            3   2   5       10 

Estonia           1   x    1       2 

Serbia           1   x   x       1 

Finland           x   4   2       6 

Austria           x   3   1       4 

Northern Cyprus           x    1   2       3 

Switzerland       x   1    1       2 

Slovakia       x   x   3       3 

Ukraine           x   x   2       2 

Croatia           x   x   1       1 

Italy           x   x   1       1 

Slovenia       x   x   1       1 

Sweden               x   x   1       1 

Results from the 14 separate events at the Dynamic Billard European Pool Championships Youth are available at