Dellmann and Dahlstedt winners in heat
09 Aug 2013 at 22:46 | Published by: Hans | Views: 5603 | News search
The podium in the boys category with Jan, Alexander and Marcel (Photo by Andreas Widen 2013)
The stroke play final day in Portel was played under extreme circumstances. It was so hot that the jury decided not to play at all for two hours midday.
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On the course there were some exciting moments as well. In the girls category It was three girls with a clear grip on the medals in the end. It was more a question of what girls should take what medal. The strongest the final two laps was no doubt Annika Dellmann of Germany. Last year she took silver in the stroke play in Bad Münder, but this time she wanted more. Her final two laps of 35-20 was 8 better than Karolina Jandová of Czech Republic and 9 better than Martina Danner of Austria. And in the end Annika was the winner by a clear margin of 10 strokes before Jandová in silver position and Danner in bronze.
Final results girls:
1. Annika Dellmann, Germany 346
2. Karolína Jandová, Czech Republic 356
3. Martina Danner, Austria 357
4. Anna Rümmelin, Germany 360
5. Lara Jehle, Austria 362
In the boys category it was for long very much about the Anderegg brothers of Switzerland. It was the older brother Jan playing the best of all players in eleven rounds. But from behind Sweden’s Alexander Dahlstedt was sneaking playing better and better. And half way on the final round of felt Alexander could pass Jan and then he never lost this advantage. With his best round of 28 he took the gold with a three stroke margin before Jan Anderegg.
In third place came another playing sneaking up from behind. Germanys Marcel Waleska was just as Alexander a bit slow in the start, but with good performance on the last day he could pass the second Anderegg brother Lars to take the bronze. Lars Anderegg had to let two more Germans (Manuel Szablikowski Sebastian Piekorz) pass him ending up in sixth position after holding on to bronze position for most of the tournament.
Final results boys:
1. Alexander Dahlstedt, Sweden 321
2. Jan Anderegg, Switzerland 324
3. Marcel Waleska, Germany 328
4. Manuel Szablikowski, Germany 333
5. Sebastian Piekorz, Germany 336
Unfortunately the result service was not working properly from Portel today and most of the thrill online came using Facebook.