|2000 Stavoren||Conrad Gair (NZL)||Pieter-Jan Postma (NED)||Roelof Bouwmeester (NED)|
|2001 Carnac||Erwin Veldman (NED)||Roelof Bouwmeester (NED)||Christiaan Goosen (NED)|
|2002 Weymouth||Shandy Buckley (NZL)||Filip Pietrzak (POL)||Morgan Gutenkunst (USA)|
|2003 Stavoren||Sandra van Meyden (NED)||Arnold van Ham (NED)||Timo Hagoort (NED)|
|2004 Nieuwpoort||Jorne Knegt (NED)||Yannick Lefebvre (BEL)||Scott Morrison (NZL)|
|2005 Puck||Hielke Dijkstra (NED)||Mark Bonsink (NED)||Andy Maloney (NZL)|
|2006 Riva del Garda||Blair Tuke (NZL)||Jochem-Bart Haakman (NED)||Andy Maloney (NZL)|
|2007 Split||Willemart Mathieu (BEL)||Aleksander Arian (POL)||Gilles Cleeren (BEL)|
|2008 Tavira||Ben Lutze (NZL)||Gilles Cleeren (BEL)||George Iane (NZL)|
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