European Championship

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A European Championship is the top level international sports competition between European athletes or sports teams representing their respective countries or professional sports clubs.

In the plural, the European Championships also refers to a specific combined quadrennial multi-sport event featuring the continental championships for athletics, aquatics, artistic gymnastics, triathlon, rowing, cycling and team golf.

List of championships[edit]

Aquatics and water sports
Athletics
Australian rules football
Auto racing
Badminton
Baseball
Bandy
Basketball
Biathlon
Boxing
Brazilian jiu-jitsu
Canoeing
Chess
Cricket
Curling
Cycling
Darts
Equestrian
Fencing
Field hockey
Figure skating
Fistball
Football and Beach Soccer
Futsal
Go
Gymnastics
Handball and Beach Handball
Ice hockey
Ice sledge hockey
Judo
Kickboxing
Korfball
Long track speed skating
Minifootball
Multi-Sport
Pétanque
Pitch and putt
Professional Wrestling
Racquetball
Rink hockey
Rowing
Rugby league
Rugby union
Shooting
Softball
Speedway
Ski mountaineering
Table tennis
Taekwondo
Triathlon
Volleyball and Beach Volleyball
Weightlifting
Wheelchair rugby
Wrestling

See also[edit]