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World Championship Group A (Russia)Edit

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World Championship Group B (Poland)Edit

Played April 12–21 in Katowice and Krakow. This was the final year of the qualifying tournaments (except for the "Far East"), so it was a simple matter of the winner being promoted. This was also the final year of the traditional eight team tournament. Beginning in 2001 Group B would be renamed 'Division I' and consist of two six team divisions.

Final Round 17-24 PlaceEdit

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World Championship Group C (China PR)Edit

Played March 20–26. In 1999 Group C was disrupted because of political issues surrounding Kosovo.[1] The IIHF chose to have no team relegated and have Yugoslavia retain their position, the result was a nine team tournament this year. With the forthcoming realignment, four nations had the opportunity to be promoted to Division I, the remaining five would participate in next year's Division II.[2]

First RoundEdit

Group 1Edit

Team GP W T L GF GA PTS
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Hungary was promoted to Division I Template:IceHockeybox Template:IceHockeybox Template:IceHockeybox

Group 2Edit

Team GP W T L GF GA PTS
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Croatia came back from a two goal deficit to tie Romania, and thereby clinch a promotion to Division I. Template:IceHockeybox Template:IceHockeybox Template:IceHockeybox

Group 3Edit

Team GP W T L GF GA PTS
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China was promoted to Division I. Template:IceHockeybox Template:IceHockeybox Template:IceHockeybox

Final Round 25-27 PlaceEdit

Team GP W T L GF GA PTS
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Consolation Round 28-30 PlaceEdit

Team GP W T L GF GA PTS
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29 Template:Ih 2 1 0 1 07 11 2
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Lithuania was promoted to Division I. Template:IceHockeybox Template:IceHockeybox Template:IceHockeybox

Consolation Round 31-33 PlaceEdit

Team GP W T L GF GA PTS
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32 Template:Ih 2 0 2 0 04 04 2
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World Championship Group D (Iceland)Edit

Played April 10–16. The upcoming realignment meant that seven of the nine teams moved up to "Division II" for 2001.

First RoundEdit

Group 1Edit

Team GP W T L GF GA PTS
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Both Israel and Iceland were promoted to Division II. Template:IceHockeybox Template:IceHockeybox Template:IceHockeybox

Group 2Edit

Team GP W T L GF GA PTS
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Both Australia and Luxembourg were promoted to Division II. Template:IceHockeybox Template:IceHockeybox Template:IceHockeybox

Group 3Edit

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Both Belgium and South Africa were promoted to Division II. Template:IceHockeybox Template:IceHockeybox Template:IceHockeybox

Final Round 34-36 PlaceEdit

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Consolation Round 37-39 PlaceEdit

Team GP W T L GF GA PTS
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38 Template:Ih 2 1 0 1 10 09 2
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Consolation Round 40-42 PlaceEdit

Team GP W T L GF GA PTS
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41 Template:Ih 2 0 0 2 10 10 2
42 Template:Ih 2 1 0 1 05 12 0

Both Turkey and New Zealand had to stay behind in what was initially called Division II Qualification (later renamed Division III). There was no third team to play against so they both simply skipped a year and joined Division II in 2002 Template:IceHockeybox Template:IceHockeybox Template:IceHockeybox

Template:Ice Hockey World Championships See also: Women's Championship, World Juniors


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