Exclusive feeder champs reports from Match Fishing's on-the-bank correspondents.
It's official, Russia take gold but win is surround by controversy.
Official team results just in and Russia have clinched it with a total of 54 points and 38.202kg of fish caught over the two days of competition.
The Ukraine and Netherlands tied on points but 9kg of fish more gave silver to the Ukrainians.
A valiant second day performance form the England boys saw them rise from eighth yesterday to take fifth today.
However controversy surrounds the winning team following two incidents of alleged cheating.
As stated yesterday one of the Russian anglers was accused of breaking the strict 50cm minimum hooklength rule by wrapping his around his feeder in order to fish with just a short 12cm hooklength. A vote by officials last night saw a majority of three to two agree to ban the team, however this was then overruled by the top French official.
Today the Russians were again accused of cheating after it was found they were using a device attached to their rods to measure how far they were casting - this is classed as a mechanical device and against competition rules. Based on this the team was in fact disqualified this morning before being reinstated in the competition this afternoon, just hours before winning the event and taking gold for their country.