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2019 Drebkau (GER)

82 Athletes from 24 Nations

Individual Champions     Team Champions

1. Martin Hölle HUN
2. Sandro Koalick GER
3. Stan van Eijk NED

  1. HUN Martin Hölle, József Dobrovitz jr, Kristóf Osztertág
  2. NED Geert Dijkhof, Stan van Eijk, Antonie ter Harmsel
  3. GER Arndt Lörcher, Lars Schwitte, Sandro Koalick

2017 Lipica (SLO)

81 Athletes from 23 Nations

Individual Champions Team Champions

1. Martin Hölle HUN
2. Sebastian Warneck GER
3. Beat Schenk SUI

  1. HUN Martin Hölle, Vilmos Lázár, Zoltán Lázár   
  2. GER Dennis Schneiders, Lars Schwitte, Sebastian Warneck
  3. FRA Francois Dutilloy, Franck Grimonprez, Michael Sellier

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2015 Fábiánsebestyén (HUN)

65 Athletes from 20 Nations

Individual Champions Team Champions

1. Vilmos Lázár HUN
2. Zoltán Lázár HUN
3. Jozsef Dibak ITA

1. HUN Vilmos Lázár, Zoltán Lázár, József Dobrovitz jr.
2. ITA Francesco Aletti Montano, Jozsef Dibak, Claudio Fumagalli
3. GER Arndt Lörcher, Anna Sandmann, Sebastian Warneck        

2013 Topolcianky (SVK)

72 Competitors from 23 Nations

Individual Champions Team Champions

1. Vilmos Lázár HUN
2. Sebastian Warneck GER
3. Zoltán Lázár HUN

  1. HUN Vilmos Lázár, Zoltán Lázár, Tibor Nagy jr.     
  2. GER Carola Diener, Arndt Lorcher, Thorsten Zarembowicz       
  3. NED Gerard Leijten, Carlo Vermeulen, Harrie Verstappen         

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2011 Conty (FRA)

69 Competitors from 23 Nations

Individual Champions Team Champions

1. Carola Diener GER
2. Tom Engbers NED
3. Stéphane Chouzenoux FRA

  1. NED Tom Engbers, Gerard Leijten, Harrie Verstappen
  2. GER Reinhard Burggraf, Carola Diener, Sebastian Warneck        
  3. FRA Eve Cadi-Verna, Stéphane Chouzenoux, François Dutilloy   

2009 Kecskemét (HUN)

69 Competitors from 23 Nations

Individual Champions Team Champions

1. Harrie Verstappen NED
2. Beat Schenk SUI
3. Zoltán Lázár HUN

1. NED Ben Gosschalk, Mieke van Tergouw, Harrie Verstappen       
2. HUN Vilmos Lázár, Zoltán Lázár, Zsolt Selyben    
3. GER Rudolf Huber, Hans-Georg Schroder, Sebastian Warneck 

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2007 Warka (POL)

58 Competitors from 21 Nations

Individual Champions Team Champions

1. Vilmos Lázár HUN
2. Sebastian Warneck GER
3. Károly Hódi HUN

  1. GER Sebastian Warneck, Klaus Tebbe,  Rudolf Huber     
  2. HUN Vilmos Lázár, Károly Hódi, Zoltán Nyúl         
  3. NED Ben Gosschalk, Harrie Verstappen,  Mieke van Tergouw 

2005 Wals-Salzburg (AUT)

76 Competitors from 23 Nations

Individual Champions Team Champions

1. Rainer Pointl AUT
2. Károly Hodi HUN
3. Vilmos Lázár HUN

1. AUT Rainer Pointl, Albert Pointl, Georg Moser  
2. HUN Károly Hódi, Vilmos Lázár, Zsolt Selyben     
3. GER Sebastian Warneck, Rudolf Huber, Reinhard Burggraf        

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2003 Haras de Jardy (FRA)

64 Competitors from 23 Nations

Individual Champions Team Champions

1. Riny Rutjens NED
2. Pierre Jung FRA
3. Roman Kusz POL

1. HUN Vilmos Lázár, Zoltán Lázár,  Zoltán Nyúl       
2. POL Ireneusz Kozlowski, Jacek Kozlowski, Roman Kusz   
3. NED Riny Rutjens, Ben Gosschalk, Mieke van Tergouw   

2001 Riesenbeck (GER)

66 Competitors from 22 Nations

Individual Champions Team Champions

1. Vilmos Lázár HUN
2. Frederico de Beck POR
3. Zoltán Nyúl HUN

1. HUN Vilmos Lázár, Zoltán Lázár,  Zoltán Nyúl       
2. NED Riny Rutjens, Ben Gosschalk, Gerard Leijten 
3. GER Mario Junghanns, Rolf von Aschwege, August Gründker     

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1999 Kecskemét (HUN)

62 Competitors from 22 Nations

Individual Champions Team Champions

1. Vilmos Lázár HUN
2. Zoltán Lázár HUN
3. Zoltán Nyúl HUN

1. HUN Vilmos Lázár, Zoltán Lázár, Imre Hegedűs    
2. GER Rolf von Aschwege, Wolfgang Lohrer, Siegfried Topfer       
3. AUT Georg Moser, Rainer Pointl, Isidor Weber    

1997 Riesenbeck (GER)

66 Competitors from 26 Nations

Individual Champions Team Champions

1. Zoltán Lázár HUN
2. Riny Rutjens NED
3. Jürgen Matthies GER

1. GBR Andrew Williams, Wilf Bowman-Ripley, George Bowman jr 
2. AUT Johann Wolfmayr, Alois Schlagbauer, Georg Moser 
3. NED Riny Rutjens, Mieke van Tergouw, Rob Weggelaar 

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1995 Poznan (POL)

58 Competitors from 20 Nations

Individual Champions Team Champions

1. Mieke van Tergouw NED
2. Horst Schepper GER
3. Patrick Greffier FRA

1. FRA Patrick Greffier, Pierre Jung, Gérard Dupont            
2. POL Roman Kusz, Zbigniew Brzoskowski,Czeslaw Konieczny    
3. SUI Thomas Scherrer, Andreas Meister, Alois Haeni      

1993 Gladstone (USA)

58 Competitors from 23 Nations

Individual Champions Team Champions

1. Georg Moser
2. Vilmos Lázár HUN
3. Horst Schepper GER

1. AUT Georg Moser, Albert Pointl, Johann Wolfmayr
2. GER Reinhard Burggraf, Eckhardt Meyer, Horst Schepper          
3. POL Zbigniew Brzoskowski, Roman Kusz, Marek Pawelec           

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1991 Zwettl (AUT)

60 Competitors from 17 Nations

Individual Champions Team Champions

1. Werner Ulrich SUI
2. Eckhardt Meyer GER
3. Roman Kusz POL

1. USA Lana Wright, James Fairclough, Tucker Johnson     
2. GER Reinhard Burggraf, Eckhardt Meyer, Horst Schepper
3. POL Zbigniew Brzoskowski, Roman Kusz, Marek Pawelec

1989 Balaton Fenyves (HUN)

60 Competitors from 16 Nations

Individual Champions Team Champions

1. Udo Hochgeschurz CAN
2. Werner Ulrich SUI
3. Mihály Fehér HUN

1. HUN Mihály Fehér, Vilmos Lázár, Gábor Szegedi 
2. AUT Albert Pointl, Johann Wolfmayr, Hubertus Thunhart           
3. POL Zbigniew Brzoskowski, Roman Kusz, Marek Pawelec           

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1987 Riesenbeck (GER)

58 Competitors from 15 Nations

Individual Champions Team Champions

1. László Kecskeméti HUN
2. Rajmund Wodkowski POL
3. Ekkert Meinecke FRG

1. FRG Ekkert Meinecke, Frederich Eppinger, Jürgen Matthies       
2. HUN István Feher, Lázló Kecskeméti, Gábor Szegedi       
3. POL Roman Kusz, Zbigniew Brzoskowski, Czeslaw Konieczny

1985 Sandringham (GBR)

48 Competitors from 14 Nations

Individual Champions Team Champions

1. Ekkert Meinecke FRG
2. Heiner Merk SUI
3. Aart de Leeuw NED

1. SUI Heiner Merk, Werner Ulrich, Arthur Zaugg 
2. FRG Ekkert Meinecke, Hans-Reinhard Pieper, Frederich Eppinger 
3. GBR Paul Gregory, Richard Smith, Fred Pendlebury      

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1983 "Open" Montemaggiore (ITA)

35 Competitors from 11 Nations

Individual Champions Team Champions

1. Paul Gregory GBR
2. Hans Reinhard Pieper FRG
3. Heiner Merk SUI

1. NED Peter Cornelissen, Sem Groenewoud, Henk Hoek   
2. SUI Heiner Merk, Daniel Kirchmeier, Max Eigenmann
3. FRG W. Rottwinkel, Hans-Reinhard Pieper, Detlev Hennings

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