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In July 2016 nations from around the world congregated in Florida, United States, to contest the eighth edition of the Flag Football World Championship.

The Championship, first staged in Austria in 2002, sees nations compete in the 5 v 5 format of the game with a number of fixtures taking place over a few short, intense game days. 

Panama are the reigning champions. Mexico hold the most titles with three. Canada hold two and both France and Sweden hold one a piece.


2016 Championship Results

Final Day

Gold Medal Game: Panama 35 vs. Austria 22
Bronze Medal Game: Mexico 41 vs. Canada 20

Mexico 20 vs. United States 13
Canada 33 vs. Brazil 6
Panama 31 vs. Israel 12
Austria 26 vs. France 7
Denmark 0 vs. Japan 13
United States 38 vs. Israel 37
Japan 27 vs. Guatemala 6
Denmark 41 vs. Guatemala 0
Mexico 26 vs. Panama 39
Austria 21 vs. Canada 13
Brazil 13 vs. France 12
Israel 19 vs. France 13
United States 39 vs. Brazil 0

Game Day 3:

Austria 39 
vs. Denmark 8
Brazil 27 vs. Denmark 13
Austria 21 vs. Mexico 27
France 12 vs. Panama 26
Panama 43 vs. Guatemala 12
Japan 25 vs. Canada 43
United States 19 vs. France 21
Canada 41 vs. Guatemala 6
Panama 25 vs. United States 6
Japan 7 vs. France 31

Game Day 2:
France 46 
vs. Guatemala 0
Canada 12 vs. Panama 7
United States 38 vs. Japan 6
Israel 19 vs. Brazil 13
Mexico 41 vs. Denmark 0
Israel 6 vs. Austria 38
France 12 vs. Panama 26
Guatemala 6 vs. Japan 27
United States 13 vs. Canada 16
Brazil 0 vs. Austria 25
Israel 24 vs. Mexico 46

Game Day 1:
Canada 32 vs. France 7
Panama 23 vs. Japan 6
United States 62 vs. Guatemala 0
Mexico 42 vs. Brazil 25
Israel 20 vs. Denmark 14

2016 Awards

Fair play: 
Mexico
Tournament MVP: Angela Evans, Panama 

All- Tournament Team
QB - Danielle Zuniga, Panama
C - Yamari Correa, Panama
WR - Angela Evans, Panama
WR - Sheila Jennifer Silva Jeminez, Mexico
WR - Dagmar Labes, Austria

B - Vanessa Castillo, Panama
DB - Deborah Danae Mendoza Fuentes, Mexico
DB - Sabrina Gervais, Canada
DB - Lucia Bijelic, Austria
DB - Tracey Roberts, Panama

Roll of Honour
2014: Hosted in Italy. Gold: Canada; Silver: United States; Bronze: Austria
2012: Hosted in Sweden. Gold: Mexico; Silver: United States; Bronze: France
2010: Hosted in Canada. Gold: Canada; Silver: United States; Bronze: Austria
2008: Hosted in Canada: Gold: Mexico; Silver: Canada: Bronze: France
2006: Hosted in South Korea: Gold: France; Silver: Japan; Bronze: Finland
2004: Hosted in France: Gold: Mexico; Silver: Finland; Bronze: Sweden
2002: Hosted in Austria: Gold: Sweden; Silver: France.

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