Past editions

1989 – Hamburg, Germany

European Kyudo Individual Taikai
1. Cornelia Brandl-Hoff ( 10/10 ), Germany
2. Sven Zimmermann (10/9), Germany
3. Roland Pohl (10/7), Germany

Styleprice : John C.Bush, England

Director : Yosuke Hama, 8 Dan-Hanshi ANKF

1991 – St. Laurent-du-Pape, France

European Kyudo Individual Taikai 1991
1. Sorin Jurma (10/8)
2. Sven Zimmermann (10/8)
3. C.G.Meyer (10/7)

Style Price: Sven Zimmermann

European Kyudo Individual Taikai – Sempai 1991
1. C.Brandl-Hoff, Germany(10/7)
2. Taikan Jyoji, France
3. J.Bush, England

1993 – Porvoo, Finland

1. Sven Zimmermann 10/10 
2. Peter Humm(GB) 10/9
3. Dr. C.G. Meyer 10/6 

Award for best shooting style:
Dr. Christian G. Meyer

European Kyudo Individual Taikai – Sempai 1993
1. Feliks F. Hoff 10/6 
2. John C. Bush 10/6 
3. K. Iwamoto 10/5

EKF-Intercity-Taikai 1993
1. Hamburg 60/42
2. Berlin 60/29
3. Canterbury, England 60/26

1995 – Munich, Germany

1. Antijussi Voutilainen, Finland 10/9
2. Stefan Elsen, Germany 10/6
3. Torsten Haak, Germany 10/5

Style Prize: Lilo Reinhardt, Germany

European Kyudo Individual Taikai – Sempai 1995
1. Sven Zimmermann, Germany 10/9
2. Roland Pohl, Germany 10/8
3. Don Slade Southam, Germany 10/8

EKF-Intercity Taikai 1995
1. Weilheim , Germany 60/33
2. Berlin, Germany 60/32
3. Gallarate, Germany 60/31
4. Helsinki, Finland 60/31

1997 – Leiden, Germany

1. Lilo Reinhardt, Germany 7/10
2. Erhard Moritz, Germany 7/10
3. Peter Humm, England 7/10
4. Axel Krieger, Germany 7/10

Style Prize: Lilo Reinhardt, Germany 

European Kyudo Individual Taikai – Sempai 1997
1. Feliks F. Hoff, Germany 8/10
2. John C. Bush, England 5/10
3. Sven Zimmermann, Germany 4/10

EKF – Intercity Taikai 1997 (Team)
1. Canterbury, England 36/60
2. Berlin, Germany 33/60
3. Hamburg, Germany 31/60

2000 – Paris, France

European Kyudo championships Team:
1. Great Britain (Inagaki, P. Humm, R. Dolphin) 24/36
2. Germany 1 (Vogel, Brüning, Kollotzek, Neumaier) 19/36
3. Germany 2 (Baer, Haller, Engin, Proppe) 16/36

European Kyudo championships Individual:
1. Rolf Brüning, Germany (Hamburg)
2. Ayumi Inagaki, UK (London)
3. Hans Vogel Germany (Hamburg)

European Kyudo championships Style Price:
1. Ayumi Inagaki, UK (London)
2. Thomas Baer, Germany (Berlin)

2002 – Bazel, Switzerland

European Kyudo championships Team:
1. Germany 1 (Brüning, Rehm, Baer, Jurma) 22/36
2. Great Britain (P. Humm, R. Uechi, R. Dolphin) 22/36
3. Finland (Malmi, Voutilainen, Rentola) 18/36

European Kyudo championships Individual:
1. Hans Rehm, Germany (Munich)
2. Rainer Mutzberg, Switzerland (Bülach)
3. Bruno Lenrouilly, France (Paris)

European Kyudo championships Style Price:
1. Ray Dolphin, United Kingdom (London)

2004 – Hannover, Germany

European Kyudo championships Team:
1. Germany 1 (Rolf room, John Maringer, Hans Pichlmaier, Klaus gable) 29/36
2. Italy 2 (Giorgio Mereu, Felice Lonati, Ruggero Paracchini) 23/36
3. Germany 2 (Rolf Brüning, Thomas Müller, Boris Proppe, Peter Knipper) 23/36

European Kyudo championships Individual:
1. Luzet Claude, France
2. Malcolm Bagnall, United Kingdom
3. Hans Pichlmaier, Germany

European Kyudo championships Style Price:
1. Momoe Sekiguchi, United Kingdom

2006 – Cornaredo (Milan), Italy

European Kyudo championships Team:
1. France 1 24/36
2. France 2 21/36
3. Germany 1 20/36

European Kyudo championships Individual:
1. Ray Dolphin, U.K. 10/12
2. Boris Proppe, D 10/12
3. Antonio Renzo, I 9/12y

European Kyudo championships Style Price:
1. Michel Dupont, France

2008 – Stockholm, Sweden

European Kyudo championships Team:
1. Germany 1 22/36
2. France 1 21/36
3. Germany 2 18/36

European Kyudo championships Individual:
1. Johannes Maringer, Germany
2. Michael Brettschneider, Germany
3. Boris Proppe, Germany

2011 – Wien, Austria

European Kyudo championships Team:
1. Sweden 17/30
2. Germany 1 16/36
3. Hungary 16/30

European Kyudo championships Individual:
1. Elena Akimova, Russia 9/10
2. Laszlo Henyey, Sweden 8/10
3. Akos Nagy, Hungary 8/10

European Kyudo championships Style Price:
1. Elena Akimova, Russia

2013 – Amsterdam, Holland

European Kyudo championships Team:
1. Germany 1 33/48
2. France 1 29/48
3. Spain 1 25/48

European Kyudo championships Individual:
1. Patricia Stalder, France 8/10
2. John Maringer, Germany 6/10
3. Diethard Leopold, Austria 6/10

European Kyudo championships Style Price:
1. Patricia Stalder, France

2015 – Moscow, Russia 

European Kyudo championships Team: 
1. Germany 2 39/60 
2. Switzerland 35/60 
3. Germany 1 29/60 

European Kyudo championships Individual: 
1. ZIMMERMANN Gerald, Switzerland 8/10 
2. OSWALD Tobias, Germany 7/10 
3. HUMM Peter, Switzerland 7/10 

European Kyudo championships Style Price: 
1. HUMM Peter, Switzerland 

2017 – Frankfurt, Germany