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Standings; European Athletics Team Championships 2017 | June 23 - 25

Super League Standings | Full Results

1 Germany 		321.50	
2 Poland 		295	
3 France 		270	
4 Great Britain & NI 	269	
5 Spain 		242.50	
6 Ukraine 		236.50	
7 Italy 		221	
8 Czech Republic 	214.50	
9 Greece 		196.50	
10 Belarus 		188.50	
11 Netherlands 		17
The lowest 3 teams in the Super League shall be relegated to the First League for the following edition. Due to Russia’s suspension, the competition is staged with 11 teams only and Russia is one of the three teams to be relegated to the European Athletics Team Championships First League 2019.
1st League Standings | Full Results

1 Sweden 		320.50
2 Finland 		314.50
3 Switzerland 		305.50
4 Turkey 		302
5 Portugal 		285
6 Norway 		272.50
7 Romania 		246
8 Ireland 		238
9 Belgium 		232.50
10 Estonia 		203
11 Bulgaria 		193.50
12 Denmark 		187
The 3 first classified teams of the First League shall be promoted to the Super League of the following edition. The lowest 3 teams of the First League shall be relegated to the Second League.
2nd League | Full Results
1 Hungary		372.5		
2 Slovakia		306.5		
3 Lithuania		298.5		
4 Slovenia		296		
5 Cyprus		258		
6 Latvia		258		
7 Croatia		253.5		
8 Israel		243		
9 Austria		240.5		
10 Serbia		238.5	
11 Island		181.5	
12 Moldova		166.5
The 3 first classified teams of the second League shall be promoted to the First League of the following edition. The lowest 3 teams of the First League shall be relegated to the third League.
3rd League | Full Results
1 Luxembourg			317
2 Bosnia and Herzegovina	266
3 Georgia			262
4 Malta 			261.50
5 Montenegro			243.50
6 Armenia			217
7 FYR Macedonia			179
8 Andorra			132
9 AASSE				118
10 Azerbaijan			90
The 3 first classified teams of the Third League shall be promoted to the First League of the following edition.



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