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Neuland is new Bundestrainer of team Germany


Germany 03 Jul 2008 at 19:23 | Published by: JJM | Views: 4460 | News search

Neuland is new Bundestrainer of team Germany Michael Neuland is the new head coach, “Bundestrainer”, of the national team of Germany. Previous head coach Michael Koziol chose to step down from the position in May 2008, having lead the German team to success at three major tournaments (2005 – 2007).

During the prime years of his active career (which still continues in German Bundesliga, in the team of Dormagen-Brechten) Michael Neuland became known as one of the best eternite players in the world. He won bronze in his “rookie year” in Vaasa 1984 (eternite), silver in Karlsruhe 1989 (eternite), and bronze in Hard 1995 (eternite + beton). He also won the German champion title five times.

But probably the most famous and immortal moment in his playing career was his loss to Iwan Wijkstra in the first play-off round of World Championships 1991 in Oslo — having lead the competition with a great margin after the preliminary rounds. For a decade this was one of the most told stories in the clubhouses of minigolf courses.



photo by SBGF: Michael Neuland winning the silver medal at World Games 1989

International career history of Michael Neuland:

11.   1999  WM Papendal, NL (E+B)
09.   1998  EM Porto, P (E+B)
04.   1997  WM Studen, CH (E+B)
15.   1996  EM Odense, DK
(E+B)
03.   1995  WM Hard, A (E+B)

20.   1992  EM Grenchen, CH
(E+B)
17.   1991  WM Oslo, N
(E)
29.   1990  EM Luxembourg, L
(E)
02.   1989  WG Karlsruhe, D (E)
05.   1988  EM Paderno, I (E+B)
06.   1987  EM Vösendorf, A (E)

30.   1985  EM Monza, I
(E+B)
03.   1984  EM Vaasa, FI (E)

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World ranking 1 / 2008 published

World 02 Jul 2008 at 19:31 | views: 4882 | Comments: 0

World Minigolfsport Federation has published an updated version of world ranking list, dated “1st March 2008”. Anders Olsson (S) remains number one in men’s ranking, Peter Eisenschmidt (S) rises to second place, and Mike Mann (CH) falls ...
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New law in United States: “...and minigolf for all.”

New law in United States: “...and minigolf for all.”

United States of America 02 Jul 2008 at 09:34 | views: 5089 | Comments: 0

A new law in United States, which was released for public review on 17 June 2008, will guarantee not only “justice for all”, but also minigolf for all. The new, updated version of a law called “Americans with Disabilities Act” will ...
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Jesper Andersson wins on Skoghall beton

Sweden 02 Jul 2008 at 08:57 | views: 5032 | Comments: 0

Former Swedish national team player Jesper Andersson won the most important Swedish beton competition of the year, on the home field of his club team Skoghall. Jesper played an average score 27.83, two points ahead of Gustav Björnberg ...
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Jesper Andersson wins on Skoghall beton

Children enjoy minigolf events of the summer season

Children enjoy minigolf events of the summer season

Austria 01 Jul 2008 at 14:04 | views: 4290 | Comments: 0

As many as 130 children and teachers were on the eternite course of 18 holes — at the same time, more than 7 players per lane — as Minigolf Federation of Wien (Austria) arranged the annual summer tournaments for local schools. Several ...
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