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Austrians Heschl and Schatz pick gold in junior cup


World 09 Aug 2008 at 20:32 | Published by: JJM | Views: 4886 | News search

Austrians Heschl and Schatz pick gold in junior cup The final day of Juniors World Championships 2008 turned into a golden celebration of Austrians, who missed all medals in the team competition. Simon Schatz of Austria won the cup competition of male juniors, and Karin Heschl of Austria won the cup of female juniors.

A slightly less serious part of the tournament (compared to the team competition), the cup finals offered the usual set of tragic misfortunes and beautiful Cinderella stories.

The best players of 8 preliminary rounds, Sascha Spreier of Germany and Jana Nakládalová of Czech Republic, survived one cup round, before falling from the competition.

Jennifer Helm of Austria was the Cinderella of the weekend, rising to silver podium from 14th place after 8 preliminary rounds. She lost the final match to Karin Heschl of Austria (ranked 9th after preliminary rounds). Simona Handlová of Czech Republic (ranked 4th) won the bronze match against 15th ranked Sabrina Bürki of Switzerland.

In male juniors Maximilian Krämer took bronze, being ranked 13th after the preliminary rounds. Krämer won the bronze match against 3rd ranked Gerrit Britz of Germany. Gold went to Simon Schatz of Austria (ranked 8th), who won the final match against 2nd ranked Filiph Svensson of Sweden.

» results of the cup finals
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Germany and Austria win team gold in seniors

Europe 08 Aug 2008 at 21:35 | views: 4869 | Comments: 0

Germany won men’s team competition with a margin of 28 points at Seniors European Championships 2008, at the beton and eternite courses of Predazzo, Italy. Sweden took silver, after tied score and sudden death play-off against Italy. In ...
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Team gold to German and Czech juniors

Team gold to German and Czech juniors

World 08 Aug 2008 at 20:41 | views: 4668 | Comments: 0

Juniors World Championships 2008 are played on eternite and felt courses in Budapest, Hungary. Germany won team gold in male juniors, with a clear margin of 26 points ahead of Sweden in second place. Czech Republic got bronze, 36 points behind Sweden and 37 ...
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Czech Republic 04 Aug 2008 at 10:45 | views: 4629 | Comments: 0

Ivan Macho won the cup finals of Czech championships 2008, at the eternite and beton courses of Cheb. Silver went to Martin Ječný, who was the best player of the 8 preliminary rounds, with average 22.00 on eternite and 27.50 on beton. Milan ...
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Madara Kirša and Marek Tikerberi win Latvian championships

Madara Kirša and Marek Tikerberi win Latvian championships

Latvia 03 Aug 2008 at 22:49 | views: 4652 | Comments: 0

Reigning juniors’ European champion Madara Kirša took an easy victory at Latvian championships 2008, at Saulkrasti eternite course. Her average score 25.10 was more than 2 points per round better than any other player in the competition, including ...
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