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Eurovision Song Contest 2013
Eurovision Song Contest 2013 logo
Theme "We are one"
Dates
Semi-final 1 date 14 May, 2013
Semi-final 2 date 16 May, 2013
Final date 18 May, 2013
Host
Venue Malmö Arena, Malmö, Sweden
Presenter(s) Petra Mede
Executive supervisor Jon Ola Sand
Host broadcaster Flag of Sweden SVT
Opening act Semi-final 1: Sign language interpretation of "Euphoria" by children together with Loreen.
Semi-final 2: "Urban Orchestra" (choreographed by Jennie Widegren and Fredrik Rydman)
Final: "We Write the Story" (composed by Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson & Avicii)
Interval act Semi-final 1: "Northern Lights" (choreographed by Jennie Widegren and Fredrik Rydman; composed by Kleerup)
Semi-final 2: "Swedish Pop Voices" featuring Darin and Agnes Carlsson
Final: Loreen (medley: "We Got The Power", "My Heart Is Refusing Me" and "Euphoria")

"Swedish Smörgåsbord", music by Jan Lundkvist, lyrics by Matheson Bayley, Edward af Sillén and Daniel Réhn, performed by Petra Mede, Sarah Dawn Finer (performing "The Winner Takes It All")

Participants
Number of entries 39
Debuting countries None
Returning countries Flag of Armenia Armenia
Withdrawing countries Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina
Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal
Flag of Slovakia Slovakia
Flag of Turkey.svg Turkey
Voting
Voting system 12, 10, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1 points for each ten country's favourites
Winner Denmark, eurovision Denmark
"Only Teardrops" by Emmelie de Forest
Eurovision Song Contest
2012 Wiki Eurovision Heart (Infobox).svg 2014

The Eurovision Song Contest 2013 was the 58th annual Eurovision Song Contest. The contest took place in Malmö, Sweden, following Loreen's win in the 2012 contest with the song "Euphoria".

It was the fifth time that Sweden had hosted the contest, the last time being in 2000. Sveriges Television (SVT) chose Malmö Arena as the venue following the consideration of several venues in Sweden. The host for the contest was Petra Mede. Thirty-nine countries participated, including Armenia, which was last represented in 2011.

The winner was Emmelie de Forest of Denmark with the song "Only Teardrops". This made it the first Scandinavian country to win the contest twice in the 21st century.

Venue

When Sweden won the Eurovision Song Contest 2012, the chief executive of Sveriges Television (SVT), Eva Hamiltion, said to Swedish media that venues in Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö are being considered as the venue. The most recent host arena of the Eurovision Song Contest for Sweden in 2000, is booked for the World Ice Hockey Championships, and will not be used to host Eurovision Song Contest 2013.

SVT is reviewing all the possibilities for the arrangement of the Eurovision Song Contest 2013. One alternative put forward in Expressen was to hold the competition at three different venues – the semi-finals in Gothenburg and Malmö and the final in Stockholm.

On 20th of June, 2012, Gothenburg had withdrawn from the bidding contest because of their hosting of the Göteborg Horse Show in late April 2013. There was also a concern about hotel rooms in the city due to other events happening in the same time frame. A final decision was announced by SVT on July 8, 2012 that the host will be Malmö.

Format

The combination of televoting and jury voting results underwent changes that were detailed in the official rules for the 2013 contest. Each member of a respective nation's jury was required to rank every song, except that of their own country. The voting results from each member of a particular nation's jury were combined to produce an overall ranking from first to last place. Likewise, the televoting results were also interpreted as a full ranking, taking into account the full televoting result rather than just the top ten. The combination of the jury's full ranking and the televote's full ranking produced an overall ranking of all competing entries. The song which scored the highest overall rank received 12 points, while the tenth-best ranked song received 1-point. It was announced in the official Media Handbook that an official app would also be available for voters to vote via during the contest.

Official sponsors of the broadcast were the main Swedish-Finnish telecommunication company TeliaSonera, and the German cosmetics company Schwarzkopf. The competition sponsors were the makeup company IsaDora, the supermarket ICA and Tetra Pak.

The singer and actress Sarah Dawn Finer also appeared in both semifinals and the final in sketches as the comic character Lynda Woodruff. "Lynda" presented the votes for Sweden at the previous contest in Baku. Finer also appeared in the final as herself performing the ABBA song "The Winner Takes It All" before the results were announced. The footballer Zlatan Ibrahimović was revealed on 28 April to be part of the opening segment of the Eurovision final, in a pre-recorded message welcoming viewers to his home city of Malmö. The 2011 Swedish entrant Eric Saade was the host of the green room during the final.

Running order

Unlike previous years, the running order was not decided by the drawing of lots, but instead by the producers, with the aim of making the shows more exciting and ensuring that all contestants had a chance to stand out, preventing entries that are too similar cancelling each other out. The decision elicited mixed reactions from both fans of the contest and participating broadcasters.

The running order for the semi-finals was released on 28 March 2013. The running order for the final was determined on 17 May 2013. An additional allocation draw occurred for the final with each finalist nation drawing to perform either in the first or second half of the final. The allocation draw for qualifying countries from the semi-finals occurred during the semi-final winners' press conferences following each semi-final, while the allocation draw for the Big Five countries (France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom) occurred during their first individual press conferences on 15 May 2013. As the host country, the running order position for Sweden in the final was exclusively determined by a draw during the heads of delegation meeting on 18 March 2013. Sweden was drawn to perform 16th in the final.

Graphic design

On 17 January 2013, at the semi-final allocation draw, the EBU revealed the graphic design, created by the Gothenburg-based branding agency Happy F&B for the 2013 contest, featuring a butterfly and slogan "We Are One". The butterfly featured an array of colours and textures, it also represented something small which can start powerful and big movements, a phenomenon known as the butterfly effect, indicating that a flap from one butterfly can start a hurricane.

SVT confirmed on 19 February 2013 that the postcard films, used to introduce each song in the contest, would feature each artist in their respective country, to give the viewer a personal insight of each competing participant. This broke with recent tradition of the postcards often containing short segments of life within either the host city or country of the contest.

The on-air graphics were produced by Broken Doll, a production company. The animation of the many butterflies was done by the visual effects studio Swiss International.

National host broadcaster

On 11 July 2012, the show producer Christer Björkman advised the public not to buy tickets for the 2013 Contest that are currently in circulation and instead to wait for tickets to be released through official channels. Björkman said that official tickets had not yet been released, as necessary decisions over the stage and seating plans had not yet been made. Björkman also gave reassurance that accommodation would be available, as while the organizers had booked a large quantity of hotel rooms, some may be made available to the general public. On 21 November 2012, SVT officially announced the launch of ticket sales.

On 17 October 2012, the executive producer Martin Österdahl told the Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter that SVT plans for the 2013 Contest to have only one presenter for the entire contest, unlike previous years where there were up to three presenters per show. The last time there was just one presenter was in the 1995 Contest, in Dublin, Ireland, when the solo host was Mary Kennedy.

Incidents

Azerbaijan

Before the Contest finals, it was reported in Lithuanian media that an undercover video recording published on YouTube seemed to suggest that Azerbaijan was paying bribes for phone votes from Lithuania. Lithuania ended up voting the maximum 12 points to Azerbaijan. Students said they were approached by men who offered them €20 each to vote multiple times for a contestant. Their goal was to recruit groups of 10 people to vote for Azerbaijan. Those recruited were given SIM cards, which would allow them to vote as many times as possible within 15 minutes. Dialogue in the video suggested that similar activity was taking place in a total of 15 countries including Latvia, Estonia, Belarus, Ukraine, Croatia and Switzerland.

In response, the European Broadcasting Union's official contest website eurovision.tv published a news article, quoting the Executive Supervisor Jon Ola Sand reaffirming the contest organisers' commitment to a "fair and transparent result". He stated: "We are looking into this case, but would emphasise that the intention of these individuals have not yet been clarified, and nor has a link been established between the individuals in the video and the Azeri delegation, the Azeri act or the Azeri EBU member Ictimai TV." He added that, since 1998, when he was first involved with the contest, "every year there are rumors about irregularities in the voting".

Azerbaijan, Russia and Belarus

When Azerbaijan officially awarded no points to Dina Garipova of Russia, despite Garipova having reportedly come second in the country's phone poll, the Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev ordered an inquiry. The Russian Foreign Affairs Minister Sergei Lavrov claimed that the result had been falsified, and stated: "This outrageous action will not remain without a response". He promised a co-ordinated response with his Azerbaijani counterpart Elmar Mammadyarov. Simultaneously, the Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko claimed that his own country having received no points from Russia showed that the result must have been falsified.

Accusations of plagiarism

Allegations of plagiarism against the winning Danish entry surfaced after Eric van Tijn, a notable Dutch music producer, mentioned the opening flute solo's similarity to "I Surrender", a 2002 song by the Dutch band K-Otic. However Eric van Tijn also stated that the flute solo was the only similarity between the two songs, thus calling it "a storm in a teacup".

Finland's same-sex kiss

The performance of the Finnish entry, "Marry Me", caused controversy in certain more socially conservative countries broadcasting the contest. The act featured the female singer Krista Siegfrids kissing one of her female backing singers at the end, widely labelled in media as Eurovision's first "lesbian kiss". It was reported that Turkish and Greek media reacted negatively to Siegfrid's act. The Turkish Eurovision broadcaster TRT, who had earlier withdrawn from competing in the contest for 2013, initially indicated that they would still broadcast the contest, but apparently made a late decision not to do so. A number of media reports directly linked this decision to the kiss in the Finnish performance, although TRT stated the reason was low viewing figures for the contest.

Jury in the Netherlands

After the first semi final, Dutch commentator Daniël Dekker prematurely revealed Cornald Maas and Eric van Tijn as two members of the Dutch jury. Maas and Van Tijn were replaced for the final by Jeroen Nieuwenhuize and André de Raaff.

Eric Saade

Green Room host Eric Saade referred to Petra Mede as a "MILF" on air during the break between the first and second halves of the voting, saying "Back to you, Petra. #MILF." While the statement was supposedly scripted, with the SVT aware of Saade's plan, some on social media were confused and offended by the comment.

Participating countries

It was announced on 21 December 2012 that 39 countries would compete in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013. Armenia, which was last represented in 2011, confirmed that it would be returning to the contest following a one-year break. Bosnia and Herzegovina and Portugal both withdrew from the 2013 Contest due to financial difficulties, whilst Slovakia and Turkey withdrew for different reasons.

Returning artists

Country Performer(s) Note
Flag of San Marino San Marino Valentina Monetta Represented her country the previous year
Flag of Bulgaria Bulgaria Elitsa & Stoyan Previously represented their home country at the 2007 Contest
Flag of Serbia Serbia Nevena Božović Represented her home country as part of Moje 3 and became the first contestant to compete after competing in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, where she came third in 2007
Flag of Albania Albania Bledar Sejko He was the on-stage guitarist for the country's entry at the 2011 Contest
Flag of Armenia Armenia Gor Suyjan He was a backing vocalist for the country's entry at the 2010 Contest
Flag of Moldova Moldova Aliona Moon She was a backing vocalist for her country's entry in 2012. In addition, Pasha Parfeny, the Moldovan representative from that year, was the composer of her entry and he actually accompanied her on the piano.
Flag of Estonia Estonia Backing vocalists Lauri Pihlap and Kaido Põldma were part of the group 2XL, which won the contest in 2001 together with Dave Benton and Tanel Padar

Semi Final 1

Flag of Italy Italy, Flag of Sweden Sweden and the Flag of the United Kingdom United Kingdom voted in this semi-final. The ten songs that are marked in orange qualified to the final.

Draw Country Language Artist Song English translation Place Points
01 Austria English Natália Kelly "Shine" 14 27
02 Estonia Estonian Birgit "Et uus saaks alguse" So there can be a new beginning 10 52
03 Slovenia English Hannah "Straight Into Love" 16 08
04 Croatia Croatian Klapa s Mora "Mižerja" Misery 13 38
05 Denmark English Emmelie de Forest "Only Teardrops" 01 167
06 Russia English Dina Garipova "What If" 02 156
07 Ukraine English Zlata Ognevich "Gravity" 03 140
08 Netherlands English Anouk "Birds" 06 75
09 Montenegro Montenegrin Who See "Igranka" The party 12 41
10 Lithuania English Andrius Pojavis "Something" 09 53
11 Belarus English Alyona Lanskaya "Solayoh" 07 64
12 Moldova Romanian Aliona Moon "O mie" A thousand 04 95
13 Ireland English Ryan Dolan "Only Love Survives" 08 54
14 Cyprus Greek Despina Olympiou "An me thimasai" (Αν Με Θυμάσαι) If you remember me 15 11
15 Belgium English Roberto Bellarosa "Love Kills" 05 75
16 Serbia Serbian Moje 3 "Ljubav je svuda" (Љубав је свуда) Love is all around 11 46

Voting Results

Voting results
ESCTotaltscoreJ ESCAustriaJ ESCEstoniaJ ESCSloveniaJ ESCCroatiaJ ESCDenmarkJ ESCRussiaJ ESCUkraineJ ESCNetherlandsJ ESCMontenegroJ ESCLithuaniaJ ESCBelarusJ ESCMoldovaJ ESCIrelandJ ESCCyprusJ ESCBelgiumJ ESCSerbia-J ESCItalyJ ESCSwedenJ ESCUnitedKingdomJ
ESCConJ Austria 27 1144 342322 1
Estonia 52 3 1514 4558 1 564
Slovenia 8 5 3
Croatia 38 5 2 46351 11 10
Denmark 167 1212812 10412868712810861212
Russia 156 101010812 7771010810107641010
Ukraine 140 2612787 812121212212851212
Netherlands 75 873 103 27 5 121188
Montenegro 41 65 8 26 12 2
Lithuania 53 4 215 72636 10 7
Belarus 64 4 212268 1036 47
Moldova 95 7371612106436 55785
Ireland 54 5 23635 541 74 36
Cyprus 11 12 23 3
Belgium 75 486378 1012347 75
Serbia 46 6 510 2110 1 4 34


Jury/Televote results

Place Country Points Average jury rank Average televote rank
1 Denmark 167 3,58 (1) 3,33 (1)
2 Russia 156 3,74 (2) 3,89 (2)
3 Ukraine 140 5,16 (4) 3,94 (3)
4 Moldova 95 4,32 (3) 8,28 (11)
5 Belgium 75 6,63 (7) 7,72 (7)
6 Netherlands 75 6,42 (6) 7,94 (9)
7 Belarus 64 8,26 (9) 7,83 (8)
8 Ireland 54 9,26 (10) 7,61 (6)
9 Lithuania 53 9,37 (11) 7,44 (5)
10 Estonia 52 7,47 (8) 10,06 (13)
11 Serbia 46 10,95 (15) 8,39 (12)
12 Montenegro 41 10,16 (14) 7,33 (4)
13 Croatia 38 9,95 (13) 8,00 (10)
14 Austria 27 6,32 (5) 12,33 (15)
15 Cyprus 11 9,47 (12) 12,00 (14)
16 Slovenia 8 11,47 (16) 13,17 (16)

Semi Final 2

Germany, France and Spain voted in this semi-final. The ten songs that are marked in orange qualified to the final.

Draw Country Language Artist Song English translation Place Points
01 Latvia English PeR "Here We Go" 17 13
02 San Marino Italian Valentina Monetta "Crisalide (Vola)" Chrysalis (Fly) 11 47
03 Macedonia Macedonian, Romani Esma & Lozano "Pred da se razdeni" (Пред да се раздени) Before the sunrise 16 28
04 Azerbaijan English Farid Mammadov "Hold Me" 01 139
05 Finland English Krista Siegfrids "Marry Me" 09 64
06 Malta English Gianluca "Tomorrow" 04 118
07 Bulgaria Bulgarian Elitsa & Stoyan "Samo Shampioni" (Само шампиони) Only champions 12 45
08 Iceland Icelandic Eyþór Ingi Gunnlaugsson "Ég á líf" I am alive 06 75
09 Greece Greek Koza Mostra (featuring Agathonas Iakovidis) "Alcohol Is Free" 02 121
10 Israel Hebrew Moran Mazor "Rak bishvilo" (רק בשבילו) Only for him 14 40
11 Armenia English Dorians "Lonely Planet" 07 69
12 Hungary Hungarian ByeAlex "Kedvesem" (Zoohacker Remix) My darling 08 66
13 Norway English Margaret Berger "I Feed You My Love" 03 120
14 Albania Albanian Adrian Lulgjuraj & Bledar Sejko "Identitet" Identity 15 31
15 Georgia English Nodi Tatishvili & Sophie Gelovani "Waterfall" 10 63
16 Switzerland English Takasa "You and Me" 13 41
17 Romania English Cezar "It's My Life" 05 83

Voting Results

Voting results
ESCTotaltscoreJ ESCLatviaJ ESCSan MarinoJ ESCMacedoniaJ ESCAzerbaijanJ ESCFinlandJ ESCMaltaJ ESCBulgariaJ ESCIcelandJ ESCGreeceJ ESCIsraelJ ESCArmeniaJ ESCHungaryJ ESCNorwayJ ESCAlbaniaJ ESCGeorgiaJ ESCSwitzerlandJ ESCRomaniaJ ESCFranceJ ESCGermanyJ ESCSpainJ
ESCConJ Latvia 13 2 3 7 1
San Marino 47 3 5 1 1 6 1 4 4 2 1 4 5 10
Macedonia 28 2 5 5 12 4
Azerbaijan 139 7 3 8 3 12 12 8 12 12 12 5 8 12 3 12 8 2
Finland 64 8 7 3 1 7 1 5 8 1 2 3 7 3 8
Malta 118 6 10 12 12 5 6 5 2 7 8 12 6 6 7 7 2 5
Bulgaria 45 8 3 4 2 10 1 1 4 4 1 1 6
Iceland 72 10 12 1 10 10 10 12 7
Greece 121 5 12 6 7 7 7 10 2 6 8 3 7 10 2 6 10 8 5
Israel 40 6 2 4 1 6 3 5 2 4 4 3
Armenia 69 1 8 8 7 8 4 10 5 12 6
Hungary 66 2 4 8 6 3 2 7 3 12 6 3 10
Norway 120 12 5 7 5 10 3 7 12 4 5 5 7 8 8 8 2 12
Albania 31 6 10 2 8 5
Georgia 63 4 1 4 10 4 3 4 6 7 12 4 4
Switzerland 41 6 2 1 5 3 2 6 3 2 10 1
Romania 83 1 8 4 10 2 10 10 10 3 6 5 6 7 1


Jury/Televote results

Place Country Points Average jury rank Average televote rank
1 Azerbaijan 139 4,60 (2) 5,28 (3)
2 Greece 121 5,55 (3) 5,00 (2)
3 Norway 120 5,80 (4) 5,50 (4)
4 Malta 118 3,40 (1) 7,78 (7)
5 Romania 83 9,70 (13) 4,78 (1)
6 Iceland 72 7,40 (8) 8,61 (8)
7 Armenia 69 7,15 (7) 9,44 (11)
8 Hungary 66 8,55 (11) 8,39 (9)
9 Finland 64 7,05 (6) 8,89 (10)
10 Georgia 63 6,05 (5) 9,89 (13)
11 San Marino 47 8,40 (10) 9,47 (12)
12 Bulgaria 45 10,75 (17) 7,44 (6)
13 Switzerland 41 10,65 (16) 7,00 (5)
14 Israel 40 7,95 (9) 10,67 (14)
15 Albania 31 9,10 (12) 11,78 (15)
16 Macedonia 28 9,75 (14) 12,22 (16)
17 Latvia 13 9,90 (15) 13,28 (17)

Final

Draw Country Language Artist Song English translation Place Points
01 France French Amandine Bourgeois "L'enfer et moi" Hell and me 23 14
02 Lithuania English Andrius Pojavis "Something" 22 17
03 Moldova Romanian Aliona Moon "O mie" A thousand 11 71
04 Finland English Krista Siegfrids "Marry Me" 24 13
05 Spain Spanish ESDM "Contigo hasta el final" With you until the end 25 8
06 Belgium English Roberto Bellarosa "Love Kills" 12 71
07 Estonia Estonian Birgit "Et uus saaks alguse" So there can be a new beginning 20 19
08 Belarus English Alyona Lanskaya "Solayoh" 16 48
09 Malta English Gianluca "Tomorrow" 8 120
10 Russia English Dina Garipova "What If" 5 174
11 Germany English Cascada "Glorious" 21 18
12 Armenia English Dorians "Lonely Planet" 18 41
13 Netherlands English Anouk "Birds" 9 114
14 Romania English Cezar "It's My Life" 13 65
15 United Kingdom English Bonnie Tyler "Believe in Me" 19 23
16 Sweden English Robin Stjernberg "You" 14 62
17 Hungary Hungarian ByeAlex "Kedvesem" (Zoohacker Remix) My darling 10 84
18 Denmark English Emmelie de Forest "Only Teardrops" 1 281
19 Iceland Icelandic Eyþór Ingi Gunnlaugsson "Ég á líf" I am alive 17 47
20 Azerbaijan English Farid Mammadov "Hold Me" 2 234
21 Greece Greek Koza Mostra feat. Agathonas Iakovidis "Alcohol Is Free" 6 152
22 Ukraine English Zlata Ognevich "Gravity" 3 214
23 Italy Italian Marco Mengoni "L'essenziale" The essential 7 126
24 Norway English Margaret Berger "I Feed You My Love" 4 191
25 Georgia English Nodi Tatishvili & Sophie Gelovani "Waterfall" 15 50
26 Ireland English Ryan Dolan "Only Love Survives" 26 5

Voting Results

Voting results
Flag of San Marino San Marino Flag of Sweden Sweden Flag of Albania Albania Flag of the Netherlands.svg The Netherlands Flag of Austria Austria Flag of the United Kingdom United Kingdom Flag of Israel Israel Flag of Serbia Serbia Flag of Ukraine Ukraine Flag of Hungary Hungary Flag of Romania Romania Flag of Moldova Moldova Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan Flag of Norway Norway Flag of Armenia Armenia Flag of Italy Italy Flag of Finland Finland Flag of Spain.svg Spain Flag of Belarus Belarus Flag of Latvia Latvia Flag of Bulgaria Bulgaria Flag of Belgium Belgium Flag of Russia.svg Russia Flag of Malta Malta Flag of Estonia Estonia Flag of Germany Germany Flag of Iceland Iceland France France Flag of Greece Greece Flag of Ireland Ireland Denmark, eurovision Denmark ((Montenegro}} Flag of Slovenia Slovenia Flag of Georgia Georgia Flag of Macedonia F.Y.R. Macedonia Flag of Cyprus Cyprus Flag of Croatia Croatia Flag of Switzerland Switzerland Flag of Lithuania Lithuania
Contestants France France 14 8 2 2 1 1
Flag of Lithuania Lithuania 17 1 3 6 5 1 1
Flag of Moldova Moldova 71 2 1 6 8 12 1 4 2 4 3 3 6 4 3 5 7
Flag of Finland Finland 13 3 4 1 3 2
Flag of Spain.svg Spain 8 6 2
Flag of Belgium Belgium 71 5 7 12 3 3 3 4 3 3 2 8 2 5 4 5 2
Flag of Estonia Estonia 19 6 10 3
Flag of Belarus Belarus 48 3 12 4 7 5 2 1 3 5 5 1
Flag of Malta Malta 120 10 8 7 2 8 5 8 10 6 10 1 7 5 5 5 5 2 3 4 3 3 3
Flag of Russia.svg Russia 174 5 4 10 7 8 4 7 7 2 6 8 12 5 4 12 2 1 6 10 7 7 10 6 6 5 6 7
Flag of Germany Germany 18 3 6 5 3 1
Flag of Armenia Armenia 41 1 6 3 1 2 8 2 1 7 10
Flag of the Netherlands.svg The Netherlands 114 8 4 8 6 5 2 8 8 12 3 7 8 6 10 7 2 2 4 4
Flag of Romania Romania 65 4 5 4 4 10 6 6 1 7 6 1 10 1
Flag of the United Kingdom United Kingdom 23 1 3 4 5 7 1 2
Flag of Sweden Sweden 62 3 1 5 12 4 4 4 1 1 3 4 5 8 6 1
Flag of Hungary Hungary 84 6 3 8 7 2 2 3 10 6 4 12 2 4 10 5
Denmark, eurovision Denmark 281 10 1 10 5 12 8 12 5 10 6 6 5 7 4 12 7 8 1 6 2 10 4 6 8 10 12 12 7 12 10 12 7 12 7 10 3 2
Flag of Iceland Iceland 47 6 2 6 4 5 6 8 1 4 5
Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan 234 2 7 2 12 12 5 10 12 10 8 7 10 3 12 5 12 12 4 7 8 12 2 12 3 12 8 7 6 12
Flag of Greece Greece 152 12 10 1 7 8 2 1 7 4 5 8 7 1 6 1 7 2 10 4 6 6 8 4 12 5 8
Flag of Ukraine Ukraine 214 5 1 5 10 10 7 4 12 12 1 12 5 10 12 7 10 8 1 10 10 3 8 8 3 8 10 12 10
Flag of Italy Italy 126 4 12 10 4 1 1 12 6 8 10 6 6 8 2 10 6 8 12
Flag of Norway Norway 191 7 12 2 6 6 7 3 2 8 2 2 3 8 12 5 3 8 1 7 7 3 3 7 10 4 12 4 5 4 8 4 3 7 6
Flag of Georgia Georgia 50 7 3 10 10 5 5 2 8
Flag of Ireland Ireland 5 2 1 2

Scoreboard

2013 scoreboard


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