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Fact Sheet Group C: Norway, Denmark, Japan, Estonia

All the facts of group C of the WFC2019 Neuchatel.

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Norway

Current Ranking: 9
Result Previous WFC: 8
First WFC Appearance: 1997
WFC Participations so far: 11
Best Result: 3 (2001,1997)

Most points last edition:
  1. Karen Farnes 3+2=5
  2. Tone Einstulen 3+1=4
  3. Mia Osterhaug 1+3=4

Denmark

Current Ranking: 10
Result Previous WFC: 9
First WFC Appearance: 1999
WFC Participations so far: 10
Best Result: 6 (2007)

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Norway – Denmark at the 6 Nations Floorball Challenge 2019 (Photo: Dawid Gondek)
Most points last edition:
  1. Emma Vistisen 1+12=13
  2. Cecilia Di Nardo 10+1=11
  3. Klara Fjorder 7+2=9

Japan

Current Ranking: 12
Result Previous WFC: 14
First WFC Appearance: 1997
WFC Participations so far: 11
Best Result: 8 (2005)

Most points last edition:
  1. Yui Goto 6+1=7
  2. Yui Takahashi 3+2=5
  3. Rei Goto 1+4=5

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Japan during the WFC 2017 (Photo: IFF)

Estonia

Current Ranking: 16
Result Previous WFC: 11
First WFC Appearance: 2007
WFC Participations so far: 6
Best Result: 11 (2017)

Most points last edition:
  1. Reti Vaart 6+5=11
  2. Edith Parnik 7+2=9
  3. Kati Kutisaar 6+3=9
Kati Kütisaar was one of Estonia’s top scorers in 2017 (Photo: Renee Kütisaar)

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