EGP History

The European Grand Prix (EGP) is a circuit consisting of the major European tournaments; the winner is determined by adding the number of EGP points scored according to the rules.

The EGP began in 1986 with the tournaments in four nations:
Italy, Great Britain, Denmark and France.

Other nations were added during the years:

1991 Belgium
2001 Netherlands
2003 Sweden
2004 Poland
2006 Spain
2007 Czech
2008 Germany
2009 Norway
2013 Greece
2014 Russia

Actually the EGP cycle consists in 7 tournaments, organized alternatively in the 14 countries, so that every country organizes its tournament every two years.
The winner of the EGP is honored as the European Champion

European Champions 1986-2016

Takuji Kashiwabara France 2001, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
Imre Leader Great Britain 1986, 1988, 1991, 2007, 2010
Marc Tastet France 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997
Peter Bhagat Great Britain 1987, 1990
Graham Brightwell Great Britain 1992, 2005
Emmanuel Caspard France 1998, 1999
Karsten Feldborg Denmark 1989 (tie)
Takeshi Murakami Japan 1989 (tie)
David Shaman USA 1996
Stéphane Nicolet France 2000
Andreas Hoehne Germany 2004
Michele Borassi Italy 2008
Milosz Cupial Poland 2009