IIHF World U20 Championship Division III
2019 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships – Division III
Sport Ice hockey
Founded [[1979 (D-series)
2001 (Division III)]]
No. of teams 6
Most recent champion(s) Flag of Israel.gif Israel
Most championship(s) Flag of China.gif China (3 titles)
Official website IIHF.com

The IIHF World U20 Championship Division III is played every year among the ice hockey teams under the age of 20 who were placed in Division III in the previous year.[1][2]

Until 2001 the series was known as the D-series.

Results[edit | edit source]

Year
Promoted to IIHF U20 Division II To Division III qualification
2001 Flag of Iceland.gif Iceland
2002 All teams get promoted
2003 Flag of Korea.gif South Korea, Flag of Belgium.gif Belgium
2004 Flag of Australia.jpg Australia, Flag of China.gif China
2005 Flag of Mexico.gif Mexico, Flag of New Zealand.gif New Zealand
2006 Flag of Lithuania.png Lithuania, Flag of Iceland.gif Iceland
2007 Flag of China.gif China, Flag of Belgium.gif Belgium
2008 Flag of New Zealand.gif New Zealand, Flag of Serbia.gif Serbia
2009 Cancelled
2010 Flag of Australia.jpg Australia, Flag of Iceland.gif Iceland
2011 Flag of Mexico.gif Mexico, Flag of Serbia.gif Serbia
2012 Flag of Iceland.gif Iceland
2013 Flag of China.gif China
2014 Flag of Belgium.gif Belgium
2015 Flag of China.gif China
2016 Flag of Mexico.gif Mexico
2017 Flag of Turkey.gif Turkey
2018 Flag of Israel.gif Israel Flag of New Zealand.gif New Zealand
2019 Flag of China.gif China -

References[edit | edit source]


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