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Belgium national racquetball team

Belgium
Association Belgian Racquetball Federation
Confederation ERF (Europe)
IRF code BEL
World Championships
Appearances 11 (First in 1984)
Best result Overall: 9th place (1988)
Men: 10th place (1984)
Women: 8th place (1984)

Belgium national racquetball team represents the Belgian Racquetball Federation in racquetball international competitions. Is a member of the European Racquetball Federation since 1985 and International Racquetball Federation. Ireland has won the European Championships 9 times in women's competition, 7 times in overall's and 5 in men's competition.

History

IRF World Championships[1]
Year Host Men Women Overall
II 1984 USA 10th 8th 10th
III 1986 USA 14th 10th 12th
IV 1988 Germany 15th 11th 9th
V 1990 Venezuela 24th 12th 16th
VI 1992 Canada 18th 12th 13th
VII 1994 Mexico 18th 16th 14th
VIII 1996 USA  –  –  –
IX 1998 Bolivia 14th  – 18th
X 2000 Mexico 22nd 22nd 21st
XI 2002 Puerto Rico 22nd  – 22nd
XII 2004 South Korea  –  –  –
XIII 2006 Dominican Republic 18th  – 18th
XIV 2008 Ireland 19th  – 20th
XV 2010 South Korea

Players

National team in the European Championship 2009

  • Paul Devos
  • Bart Wouters
  • Niklaas Deboutte
 

References

  1. ^ "History of the Racquetball World Champhionships". IRF. 

External links

  • BRF Belgian Racquetball Federation
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