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Karel Molnar and Bianca Zodrow win European Championship

Germany 22 Aug 2014 at 23:08 | Published by: mindthegap | Views: 24908 | News search

Karel Molnar and Bianca Zodrow win European Championship
The new European Champion Karel Molnar from the Czech Republic  (Photo by Björn Dinau 2014)

Another thrilling day at the European Championship in Neubtraubling.

The first combination round on Friday (rounds 9 and 10) didn't bring dramatic changes for the men. The leader Patrik Jönsson from Sweden, who conquered the lead with a new course record of 21 on the concrete course in the last round yesterday, could keep the leading position, and Karel Molnar from the Czech Republic kept the 2nd place. But the margin was only one shot. Alexander Geist from Germany, on 3rd place yesterday, shot himself back on the 7th place with a 31 on concrete, and was replaced on position 3 by Michel Rhyn from Switzerland who pushed himself up in the ranking with a blue round on concrete (a 24), so did Germany's Oleg Klassen, who climbed up one position to the 4th place by achieving a 24 on concrete as well. Michel was only 3 shots behind Karel, and Oleg 5 shots.

The ladies saw a similar development. Switzerland's Sandra Wicki and Germany's Bianca Zodrow defended their leading positions, but Bianca could equalize. Sandras team mate Maja Wicki was overtaken by Germany's Stefanie Blendermann, who was only 5 shots behind the leaders. Maja's margin to the leaders increased to 8 shots. So the final combination round, which was started with a rolling start on eternit, promised exciting fights for the gold medal in both categories.

Bianca Zodrow could win one shot on Sandra Wicki on eternit, so was leading after round 9. Stefanie Blendermann could reduce the margin to Sandra to 3 shots, and even the lead was in sight. Maja Wicki fell back a lot with a 27 and found herself on the 8th place. Her 4th position was taken by Eva Libigerova from the Czech Republic with an excellent round of 20, but her margin to place 3 was 4 shots.

No change of the leaders on the first two position saw the men in the 9th round. The margin between Patrik Jönsson and Karel Molnar was still only one shot. But Oleg Klassen reached the 3rd place and Michel Rhyn fell back with a red round. The margin to the silver medal was only 3 shots for Oleg now.

The last round on concrete then brought thrilling fights in both categories again - like yesterday. Patrik Jönsson lost the lead with a 29 and even fell back on the 3rd place and got the bronze medal, just one shot ahead of the Czech Martin Jecny, who was leading after the first day. Positions 5 to 7 went to the other 3 Germans who reached the final round - Alexander Geist, Harald Erlbruch and Achim Braungart-Zink, the last year's World Champion. All three finished with a 26. With another blue round (24), Germany's Oleg Klassen won the silver medal, only one shot behind the new European Champion, Karel Molnar from the Czech Republic. Oleg even had a chance to win, but with a 3 on lane 15 he failed to catch up to Karel and force a sudden death play-off for gold. Nevertheless it's a great success for Oleg as he was the substitute player of the German team, being the best German on place 5 after the team final, and winning a silver medal at the end. Was there something wrong with the lineup of the German team? With Karel Molnar the European Championship in Germany saw a winner from the Czech Republic, not a German or a Swedish player as majority might have expected.

Stefanie Blendermann showed a great performance in the last round. Bianca Zodrow and Sandra Wicki didn't achieve excellent scores, so Stefanie could overtake Sandra and even catch up to her team mate Bianca with a very good 25. But look at her score card: She got a 3 on lane 2 and another 3 on lane 17, so a 25 with only three twos. With the 3 on lane 17 she missed the chance to even overtake Bianca. After leading for a long time, it was "only" the bronze medal for Switzerland's Sandra Wicki, just one shot behind the silver medalist Stefanie Blendermann. And last year's World Champion from Germany, Bianca Zodrow, could defend the title and won the gold medal after a hard fight. Lara Jehle from Austria reached the 4th place and Maja Wickie could improve to the 5th place with a very good last round on concrete. It was quite a good Championship for the Austrian and Swiss ladies as 3 Austrian and 3 Swiss ladies reached the final of the best 9.

With the matchplay finals the European Championship will be finished tomorrow. Think we will see matches as thrilling as in the last 3 days.

By the way - watch the videos to learn about how to play the courses. Many shots are shown by excellent players - and many aces!

Links to results, reports, photos and videos, most in German language:

»Lots of online reports on facebook website of DMV
»Online reports and photos on facebook website of Swedish Minigolf Association
»Daily reports from practice by Achim Braungart-Zink
»Photos by Janne Persson
»Photos on facebook website of DMV
»Video from practice on Sunday by Manuel Szablikowski, Manuel Möhler and Jan-Peter Lichtenberg
»Video from practice on Monday by Manuel Szablikowski, Manuel Möhler and Jan-Peter Lichtenberg
»Video presentation of the German team by Manuel Szablikowski, Manuel Möhler and Jan-Peter Lichtenberg




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Switzerland and Germany win after thrilling team final

Germany 21 Aug 2014 at 21:25 | views: 22133 | Comments: 0

What a thrilling team final at the European Championship in Neutraubling! Alfred Hitchcock couldn't have arranged it better. I could hardly work today because I pressed the reload button in my firefox browser every few minutes. The ladies teams from Germany and ...
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Switzerland and Germany win after thrilling team final

Team drama on first day in Neutraubling

Team drama on first day in Neutraubling

Germany 20 Aug 2014 at 21:56 | views: 20539 | Comments: 0

The expectations before the tournament was that Germany with home advantage and strong team on both men and ladies side should be very hard to stop from bring home the two team gold’s. And of course this can still happen. Germany has a history of sharping up the ...
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German Cobigolf Championship in Essen-Vogelheim

Germany 19 Aug 2014 at 23:30 | views: 21605 | Comments: 0

The German Cobigolf Championship took place in Essen-Vogelheim from the 14th - 16th of August. It was hold on this course in 2008 as well. Cobigolf is a rare minigolf system. As far as I know there are no Cobigolf courses in other countries. There are two types ...
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German Cobigolf Championship in Essen-Vogelheim

Matt McCaslin wins US Open

Matt McCaslin wins US Open

United States of America 18 Aug 2014 at 16:32 | views: 19472 | Comments: 0

Matt McCaslin takes his fourth US Open title (winner in 2004, 2005, 2008) by defeating reigning champions Olivia Prokopova by a margin of two strokes. This year the US Open was played at the Bluegrass Miniature Golf course in Oceanport, New Jersey, south of ...
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