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Fact Sheet Group B: Sweden, Czech Republic, Latvia, Slovakia

All the facts of group B of the WFC2019 Neuchatel.

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Sweden

Current Ranking: 1
Result Previous WFC: 1
First WFC Appearance: 1999
WFC Participations so far: 11
Best Result: 1 (2017, 2015, 2013, 2011, 2009, 2007, 2003, 1997)

Most points last edition

  1. Emelie Wibron: 12+13=25
  2. Moa Tschop 8+8=16
  3. Amanda Delgado Johansson 10+4=14

Czech Republic

Current Ranking: 4
Result Previous WFC: 4
First WFC Appearance: 1997
WFC Participations so far: 11
Best Result: 3 (2005)

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Czech Republic during WFCQ 2017 (Photo: IFF)

Most points last edition:

  1. Eliska Krupnova 4+6=10
  2. Nela Kapcova 5+3=8
  3. Tereza Urbankova 4+2=6

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Latvia

Current Ranking: 5
Result Previous WFC: 4
First WFC Appearance: 1997
WFC Participations so far: 11
Best Result: 4 (2007)

Most points last edition

  1. Evelina Garbare 5+2=7
  2. Liga Garklava 4+1=5
  3. Diana Isjomina 1+4=5

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Team Latvia (Photo: Dawid Gondek)

Slovakia

Current Ranking: 6
Result Previous WFC: 5
First WFC Appearance: 2007
WFC Participations so far: 6
Best Result: 5 (2017)

Most points last edition

  1. Paulina Hudakova 12+15=27
  2. Denisa Ferencikova 11+9=20
  3. Lucia Jelinkova 12+3=15
Team Slovakia at the WFC2017 (Photo: IFF)
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