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World Women’s U18 Championship Div. I Qualification
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- from 2011 to 2016: World Women’s U18 Championship Div. I Qualification
- from 2016 to present: World Women’s U18 Championship Div. IB
- 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship program (02 Jun 2014)
Danish girls promoted(12 Jan 2018)
Austrian girls promoted
Austria won the World Women's U18 Championship Div. I Qualification in Krynica, Poland undefeated.
This means that Austria is promoted to the 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 Womens World Championship Division I.
Outstanding scoring leader of the competition was Poland's Kamila Wieczorek who recorded nine goals and two assists in the four games.(23 Mar 2014)
Slovakia and France promoted
Slovakia and France are promoted to the 2013 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 Women's World Championship Division I after finnishing first and second in the qualification.(02 Nov 2012)
|25 Jan 2015||Kazakhstan - Denmark||0-4|
|25 Jan 2015||Great Britain - Poland||1-4|
|25 Jan 2015||China - Italy||0-2|
- Youngest player: Kristine Melberg (14 years)
- Oldest player: Aneta Cygan (18 years)
- Shortest player: Reagan Downing (151 cm)
- Tallest player: Aiya Kalyulla (175 cm)
- Nationalities: China (20), Denmark (20), Great Britain (20), Italy (20), Kazakhstan (20), Poland (20)
- Highest win: Denmark - Great Britain
- Season average attendance: 160