Olsson and Wiklund still on top
09 Apr 2010 at 15:04 | Published by: Hans | Views: 5715 | News search
Anders Olsson and Karin Wiklund while playing in Odense 2009 (Photo by Hans Bergström 2009, Odense)
The Swedish couple representing Uppsala BGK Karin Wiklund and Anders Olsson is still on top of the new WMF World rankings presented yesterday.
» WMF March rankings
Since the November rankings the major changes in the lists are;
1.The overaged Juniors (as well as general Class) changing their classes.
2. The results from 2007 is no longer counted. Now ist 2008,2009 and 2010 that counts (even if no-one yet has any points to count in 2010).
In the ladies the former number 1 Lisa Berger-Rella is now in spot 2 and Sandra Wicki is new in spot 3. Sandra Weaver drops to spot 4.
In the men’s category Walter Erlbruch of Germany is in spot 2 and Reto Sommer, Switzerland is in third place. Swiss Mike Mann is dropping from second spot to fourth place. The other medalist from the Odense WC Filiph Svensson is turning up in spot 22 and Harald Erlbruch is in spot 5. The WC Semi-finalist Paolo Porta can't be found until place 48 which seems a bit strange. This is due to the fact that he earned quite few points in 2008 and that the KO-mode in the WC only gives on third of the points given in the preliminary rounds.
In the juniors girls category its lots of new names since many have been over aged. In the top we find the "Minigolfnews girl player of the Year" Anna Nitschke, Germany. In second position is Anne Bollrich, germany and third is Frida Elmdahl, Sweden.
Also in the juniors boys category there is many new names and in top we find Vit Skaloud from Czech Republic in top still. Kai Lödding, Switzerland is up from fifth to second place and Marc Cervinka, Austria is up from seventh to third. Worth noticing in the boys category is that Sweden seems to have a though change of generation since the best Swedish boy player is now in place 23.
In the seniors category the top spot in the ladies side are still hold by Maria Fuschlberger of Austria. On the men’s side the top position are taken over by Karl-Heinz Gewert, Germany. Former number 1, Reinhard Schuster of Austria, is now at third position.
» Ranking Mode