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"18th USPE EPC Football Men 2023 – Qualification Round 2 – Match 5"

The Qualification Match 5 of the 18th USPE EPC Football Men 2023 took place from 7th to 9th November 2022 in Wohlen/Switzerland with the following result:

Switzerland: 2 – Hungary: 1

The match was played with high intensity, a lot of infights and two equal opponents. Both teams did their utmost during the match. Hungary scored the first goal but short before half time Switzerland also scored.
In second half the Swiss team had a little more ball procession and it seemed they had a little more power than the Hungarian team. After 72 minutes Switzerland scored and both teams had after that some options to score more goals, but two good goalkeepers prevented this.
It was a fair played match and all payed respect to each other and the referees.

Big credit to a good fighting team from Hungary and congratulations to the team from Switzerland.

Approx. 100 spectators watched the game.



18th USPE EPC Football Men 2023 – Qualification Round 2 – Match 7

18th USPE EPC Football Men 2023 – Qualification Round 2 – Match 7

18th USPE EPC Football Men 2023 – Qualification Round 2 – Match 7


"18th USPE EPC Football Men 2023 – Qualification Round 2 – Match 7"

The exciting Qualification Match 7 of the 18th USPE EPC Football Men 2023 took place from 18th to 20th October 2022 in Sofia/Bulgaria with the following result:

Bulgaria: 1 – Slovak Republic: 0

The match was played with high intensity, a lot of infights and two equal opponents. Both teams did their utmost during the match, but two very strong and solid defenses kept the attackers from scoring except the one goal that Bulgaria scored.
The high intensity resulted in a number of yellow cards and one red card after two yellow cards.

Big credit to a good fighting team from Slovakia and congratulation to Bulgaria with the qualification for the Final Round from 21st to 28th July 2023 in Newcastle/United Kingdom.


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18th USPE EPC Football Men 2023 – Qualification Round 2 – Match 7

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8th USPE European Police Championships Marathon

>> Summary

>> USPE Marathon 2022 - Men Individual Results
>> USPE Marathon 2022 - Women Individual Results
>> USPE Marathon 2022 - Men's Team Results
>> USPE Marathon 2022 - Women's Team Results
>> USPE Marathon 2022 - Combined Results & Splits

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8th USPE European Police Championships Marathon

7th – 10th October 2022 in Eindhoven, Netherlands

Race Report

The 8th USPE European Police Championships Marathon took place in Eindhoven, the Netherlands on Sunday, the 10th of October 2022 within the framework of the ‘ASML Marathon Eindhoven’. The weather gods looked favourably upon the 144 Police athletes, who took on the marathon challenge of 42.195km… or 26 miles and 385 yards… whichever way you look at it! Either way, the marathon is a massive challenge of endurance for whoever accepts it. At 10am the temperature was recorded as 10C. It was obvious that this would rise as the race unfolded; and it would become a question of how well each athlete would respond and adapt to this challenge. 102 men and 42 women from 22 countries stood at the start line close to the Police Headquarters in Eindhoven with the dream of becoming USPE Champion. Nervous tension filled the air in the final moments before the gun fired, signalling the start of this fantastic USPE event.

Taking part, along with the host country of the Netherlands, we had Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Norway, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. There were many opinions on who the pre-race favourites were in the men and women’s races… pointing to the possibility of some interesting battles out on the roads of Eindhoven.

As the athletes passed thorugh the first main marker at 5km, it was clear that Mario Bauernfeind from Austria was beginning to set the pace in the men’s race. In the women’s race, Fabienne Vonlanthen from Switzerland was the early pace-setter. The intrigue for the waiting delegates, attendants and supporters back at Police HQ was also unfolding as they watched on TV, and tried to follow their athletes on the tracking application on their mobile phone. Spectators could also see their athletes at various points in and around Eindhoven within short walking distances during the course of the race. This offered them a brief moment from time to time to shout some words of encouragment at the runners. The sight of the colourful international vests from of all USPE athletes added a special dimension to the overall mass participation marathon which had approximately 3,000 runners.

At the halfway point, the temperature had now increased to about 12C, and the two Austrian runners, Mario Bauernfeind and Markus Hartinger were battling it out, neck to neck at the top of the USPE field. In the women’s race, Vonlanthen from Switzerland, had stretched her lead to almost 3 and a half minutes. The men’s team event, at this point was showing some strong scoring from Austria, France, Germany, Belgium and Switzerland; and from Norway, Germany, UK, Denmark and Spain in the women’s race. The winning men’s team would need the best cumultative time from their first four male athletes home in order to be crowned USPE Men’s team champions. Scoring in the women’s team competition would be comprised of the cumulative times from the 3 best female athletes.

As the second half of the marathon developed, the leading man, with 5km to go, was still Bauernfeind from Austria. He was followed by Hartinger from Austria, Bräutigam from Germany, and Carvalho from France, who was now making great progress and beginning to look like he might pull back some positions. In the women’s race, it was obvious, unless an unforeseen problem occurred, that Vonlanthen from Switzerland would be victorious. Her lead at this point had now stretched to roughly five and a half minutes. Carina Fierek from Germany was running in a commanding second position at this point also.

In the end, the men’s winner was Bauernfeind from Austria in a fantastic gun time of 2:15:34. Second place went to Carvalho from France; and the bronze went to Bräutigam from Germany. In the women’s race, the honour of first place went to Vonlanthen from Switzerland. She finished in an excellent winning gun time of 2:41:36. Carina Fierek and Stephanie Breitkreutz from Germany finished second and third respectively.

With the individual winners now known, attention turned to the team events and to finishing times of the remaining athletes from all the participating countries. It was now a case of calculators at the ready! In the women’s team results it was Germany who were the victors, with the top 3 German women of Fierek, Breitkreutz, and Maja Seidel, finishing in a cumulative finishing time of 8:43:09. Second place went to Norway [Vilde Moser, Therese Dahl Arvik, Thea Haug] with 9:07:04. Third place went to the U.K. [Tara Malone, Lindsey Dixon, Kelly Morgan] with a combined finishing time of 9:08:45. In the men’s teams; France were the winners, with top 4 men of Carvalho, Eric Zimmermann, Thierry Mathissart and Adrien Szuscik finishing in a cumulative finishing time of 9:40:14. Second place went to Austria [Bauernfeind, Hartinger, Christian Nagele, Philipp Barbi] with a time of 9:40:38; and third place went to Germany [Bräutigam, Andreas Keil, Fabian Fiedler, Andreas Hecht] with a time of 9:53:14.

This was a very high standard race, with quality racing and performances throughout the field of athletes. Most importantly, it was sportsmanship and comradeship amongst all Police athletes over the marathon weekend that shone through, crowning off a wonderful USPE event.

Thank you to everyone at NPSB; the Eindhoven Marathon race organiser themselves, and to all the people behind the scenes who made this a truly wonderful European Police Championships. Special final thanks go to Jacqueline Rustidge and Michel Hagenbeek for their committed work on this successful event.

 

Ian Redican
Technical Commission
Marathon
USPE”



>> Results - 9th USPE European Police Championships Cycling


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"Draws for the 9th USPE European Police Championships Cycling"

On 2nd September 2022 the draws for the Starting Order Time Trial and the Order of the Service Cars Road Race for the 9th USPE European Police Championships Cycling from 8th to 12th September 2022 in Brædstrup/Horsens, Denmark took place during the 2nd USPE TC/EC Meeting in Suhl/Germany via video conference.

In the presence of USPE President Luc Smeyers, USPE Secretary General Andreas Röhner, USPE General Treasurer Harry Brüngger, the USPE Technical Delegate for Cycling, Mrs. Katherine Willoughby, the members of the USPE Technical Commission and the USPE Office as well as representatives of the participating countries, the orders were decided by lot with the following results:


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10th USPE European Police Championships Tennis, 31st July - 7th August 2022, Münster/Germany

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"Draw for the Final Round of the 11th USPE European Police Championship Volleyball Men"

On 29th July 2022 the draw for the Final Round of the 11th USPE European Police Championship Volleyball Men in Turin/Italy, which was postponed to the period from 17th to 24th June 2023, took place at the USPE Office in Meiningen/Germany via video conference.

According to the respective Invitation to Enter, in the two groups A & B, Italy as the host was seeded as A1 and Bulgaria as the winner of the last USPE EPC Volleyball Men 2017 was seeded as B1.

In the presence of USPE President Luc Smeyers, USPE Secretary General Andreas Röhner, USPE General Treasurer Harry Brüngger, the USPE Technical Delegate for Volleyball, Mr. Dirk Weninger, the 2021 Olympic Silver medal winner in Race Walking and Thuringian police officer, Mr. Jonathan Hilbert, former successful bobsleigh athlete and Thuringian police officer, Mrs. Stefanie Redenovic, as well as representatives of the qualified countries, the grouping and position of the remaining six teams for the Final Round were decided by lot with the following result:

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Draw Final Round EPC Volleyball 2022

Draw Final Round EPC Volleyball 2022


"9th USPE European Police Championship Basketball Men 2022 – Results"


>> Up-to-date information of this Final Round can be found on the USPE Instagram channel:


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"11th USPE EPC Volleyball Men 2022 - Preliminary Round - Group D"

The Preliminary Round - Group D of the 11th USPE EPC Volleyball Men 2022 took place from 17th to 19th June 2022 in Largs/United Kingdom. After the exclusion of Russia from the USPE the Group where set of the Teams from United Kingdom and Finland. According to the Invitation to Enter, both Teams had to play twice against each other.

Finland won 3-0 and 3-1. Both matches were very well competed and played in a fair and respectful way. The USPE member country Finland as the winner of Group D has qualified fourth for the Final Round of this USPE EPC. USPE Secretary General Andreas Röhner would kindly like to thank the host, Police Sport UK, especially President Matt Jukes, the Head of Organisation, Mr. Bill Skelly, the local organiser, Mr. Ian E Campbell, as well as the responsible Technical Delegate, Mr. Laszlo Gyori from Hungary, for the excellent organisation of this Preliminary Round.

>> Please find here the results.


After the four Preliminary Rounds, the winner of each Group - Belgium, Greece, Germany and Finland -, the two best second teams - Czech Republic and France-, as well as the host Italy and the last champion Bulgaria are qualified for the Final Round of the 11th USPE EPC Volleyball Men 2022 from 25th September to 2nd October 2022 in Turin/Italy.”



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"Draw for the Qualification Matches of the 16th USPE European Police Championship Handball Men 2023"

On 17th June 2022 the draw for the Qualification Matches of the 16th USPE EPC Handball Men from 5th to 12th June 2023 in Bratislava/Slovak Republic took place during the 3rd USPE EPC Football Women in Trondheim/Norway.

According to point 10.1 of the respective Invitation to Enter, the two Qualification Matches were drawn by lot in the presence of USPE President Luc Smeyers, USPE Secretary General Andreas Röhner, USPE Technical Delegate for Handball Ole Jacobsen as well as representatives of the registered countries with the following result:


>> Draw for the Qualification Matches


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"Draw for the Qualification Matches of the 18th USPE European Police Championship Football Men 2023"

On 17th June 2022 the draw for the Qualification Matches of the 18th USPE EPC Football Men from 21st to 28th July 2023 in Newcastle/United Kingdom took place during the 3rd USPE EPC Football Women in Trondheim/Norway.

According to point 10 of the respective Invitation to Enter, the 1st & 2nd Qualification Rounds were drawn by lot in the presence of USPE President Luc Smeyers, USPE Secretary General Andreas Röhner, USPE General Treasurer Harry Brüngger, USPE Technical Delegate for Football Ole Jacobsen as well as representatives of the registered countries with the following results:


>> Draw for 1st Qualification Round
>> Draw for 2nd Qualification Round


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USPE EPC Football Men 2023


"3rd USPE European Police Championship Football Women 2022 – Opening Ceremony"

The grand Opening Ceremony of the 3rd USPE EPC Football Women, the first European Police Championship in 2022, from 13th to 20th June 2022 in Trondheim/Norway took place on the evening of 13th June 2022 in the beautiful Lerkendal Stadion with the participation of the qualified countries, representatives of the USPE and the organiser, Norges Politiidrettsforbund, as well as the Chief of the Police of Trondheim.


>> Up-to-date information of this Final Round can be found on the USPE Instagram channel:


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Finale

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"Draw for the Final Round of the 9th USPE European Police Championship Basketball Men 2022

On 6th May 2022 the draw for the Final Round of the 9th USPE European Police Championship Basketball Men from 20th to 27th June 2022 in Limoges/France took place at the USPE Office in Meiningen/Germany via video conference.

According to the respective Invitation to Enter, in the two groups A & B, France as the host was seeded as A1 and Greece as the winner of the last USPE EPC Basketball Men 2017 was seeded as B1.

In the presence of USPE President Luc Smeyers, USPE Secretary General Andreas Röhner, USPE General Treasurer Harry Brüngger, the USPE Technical Delegate for Basketball, Mr. Massimo Re, a representative of the Thuringian Police Education Centre, Mr. Fritz Schopf, the 2022 Olympic Champion in Skeleton and Thuringian police officer, Mr. Christopher Grotheer, as well as representatives of all qualified countries, the grouping and position of the remaining six teams for the Final Round were decided by lot with the following result:



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9th USPE EPC Basketball Men 2022


"11th USPE EPC Volleyball Men 2022 - Preliminary Round - Group B"

The Preliminary Round - Group B of the 11th USPE EPC Volleyball Men 2022 take place from 23rd to 25th May 2022 in Breitenbrunn/Germany.

>> Please find here the results.


The USPE member country Germany as the winner of Group B has qualified third for the Final Round of this USPE EPC from 25th September to 2nd October 2022 in Turin/Italy.

USPE Secretary General Andreas Röhner would kindly like to thank the host, Deutsches Polizeisportkuratorium, especially Chairman Roland Küpper, Head of Organisation, Mr. Frank Schemmer, the local organiser, Polizeisportausschuss Sachsen, as well as the responsible Technical Delegate, Mr. Oliver Schürch from Switzerland, for the excellent organisation of this Preliminary Round.”



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"11th USPE EPC Volleyball Men 2022 - Preliminary Round - Group A"

The Preliminary Round - Group A of the 11th USPE EPC Volleyball Men 2022 take place from 10th to 12th May 2022 in Thessaloniki/Greece.

>> Please find here the results.


The USPE member country Greece as the winner of Group A has qualified second for the Final Round of this USPE EPC from 25th September to 2nd October 2022 in Turin/Italy.

USPE Secretary General Andreas Röhner would kindly like to thank the host, Hellenic Police Athletic Association, especially President Georgios Tzatzakis, Secretary General Rigas Oustampasidis as well as the Head of Organisation, Mr. Georgioz Zacharis, for the excellent organisation of this Preliminary Round and the great hospitality.”



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"USPE EPC Volleyball Men 2022 – Preliminary Round Group C"

The Preliminary Round Group C of the USPE European Police Championship Volleyball Men 2022 took place in Jambes/Belgium.

After the cancellation of the Netherlands the Group where set of the Teams from Belgium and Norway. According to the Invitation to Enter, both Teams had to play twice against each other.

The matches where played in the Centre sportif „La Mosane“ of the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles with the support of the sports minister of the region Wallonie Ms. Valerie Glatigny.

The team of the host Belgium was clearly stronger, but nevertheless the Team of Norway have played with a very good spirit and fight until the last point.
Finally Belgium won both matches 3:0 and qualified as the winner of the Group C to the Final Round in Turin.

>> Results

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"9th USPE EPC Basketball Men 2022 - Preliminary Round - Group B"

The Preliminary Round - Group B of the 9th USPE EPC Basketball Men 2022 took place from 20th to 22nd April 2022 in Selm/Germany.

After Ireland's cancellation, Germany and the United Kingdom had to play each other twice with the following result:
1st match on 21st April 2022:
Germany: 95 - United Kingdom: 49

2nd match on 21st April 2022:
Germany: 102 - United Kingdom: 39

This results in the following places:
1. Germany (4 points)
2. United Kingdom (0 points)

The USPE member country Germany has qualified third for the Final Round of this USPE EPC from 20th to 27th June 2022 in Limoges/France.

USPE Secretary General Andreas Röhner would like to thank the host, Deutsches Polizeisportkuratorium (DPSK), especially DPSK Chairman, Mr. Roland Küpper, and Head of Organisation, Mr. Frank Schemmer, as well as Local Organiser, Mr. Peter Coers, and USPE Technical Delegate for Basketball, Mr. Massimo Re, for the excellent organisation of this Preliminary Round.



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"9th USPE EPC Basketball Men 2022 - Preliminary Round - Group C"

The exciting Preliminary Round - Group C of the 9th USPE EPC Basketball Men 2022 took place from 28th February to 2nd March 2022 in Esch-Alzette/Luxembourg with the following results:

1st match on 1st March 2022:
Luxembourg: 73 - Netherlands: 49

2nd match on 1st March 2022:
Netherlands: 62 - Italy: 66

3rd match on 2nd March 2022:
Luxembourg: 72 - Italy: 61

This results in the following places:
1. Luxembourg (4 points)
2. Italy
(2 points)
3. Netherlands
(0 points)

The USPE member country Luxembourg has qualified second for the Final Round of this USPE EPC from 20th to 27th June 2022 in Limoges/France.

USPE Secretary General Andreas Röhner would like to thank the host, Luxembourg Police Sport Federation, especially President Francis Lutgen and the Head of Organisation, Mr. Marc Stein, as well as the USPE Technical Delegate for Basketball, Mr. Massimo Re, for the excellent organisation of this Preliminary Round.

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"9th USPE EPC Basketball Men 2022 - Preliminary Round - Group A"

The Preliminary Round - Group A of the 9th USPE EPC Basketball Men 2022 took place from 15th to 18th February 2022 in Székesfehervár/Hungary.

After Monaco's cancellation, Hungary and Iceland had to play each other twice with the following result:
1st match on 16th February 2022:
Hungary: 45 - Iceland: 94

2nd match on 17th February 2022:
Hungary: 69 - Iceland: 83

This results in the following places:
1. Iceland (4 points)
2. Hungary
(0 points)

The USPE member country Iceland has qualified first for the Final Round of this USPE EPC from 20th to 27th June 2022 in Limoges/France.

We would like to thank the host, Hungarian Police Sport Federation, especially President Dr. Peter Varga as well as the Head of Organisation, Mr. Laszlo Gyori, for the excellent organisation of this Preliminary Round and the great hospitality.



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"Draw for the Preliminary Round for the 9th USPE European Police Championship Basketball Men"

On 7th October 2021 the draw for the Preliminary Round of the 9th USPE European Police Championship Basketball Men from 20th to 27th June 2022 in Limoges/France took place within the 2nd ordinary Meeting of the USPE Technical Commission in Prague/Czech Republic.

For this EPC, France as organiser (third-placed), Greece as first-placed, Lithuania as second-placed and Belgium as fourth-placed of the last EPC Basketball Men 2017 were seeded for the Final Round.

In the presence of the USPE President, the USPE Secretary General, the USPE General Treasurer, the USPE Technical Delegate for Basketball and the other Technical Commission members, the draw took place.

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"Draw for the Preliminary Round for the 11th USPE European Police Championship Volleyball Men "

On 7th October 2021 the draw for the Preliminary Round of the 11th USPE European Police Championship Volleyball Men from 25th September to 2nd October 2022 in Turin/Italy took place within the 2nd ordinary Meeting of the USPE Technical Commission in Prague/Czech Republic.

For this EPC, Italy as organiser and Bulgaria as the winner of the last EPC Volleyball Men 2017 were seeded for the Final Round.

In the presence of the USPE President, the USPE Secretary General, the USPE General Treasurer, the USPE Technical Delegate for Basketball and the other Technical Commission members, the draw took place.

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