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Kovilyaev is Russian champion 2008


Russian Federation 26 Jun 2008 at 13:10 | Published by: JJM | Views: 3359 | News search

Kovilyaev is Russian champion 2008 Junior player Sergey Kovilyaev took gold at Russian champion­ships 2008, played in Moscow at the eternite course of Russian State University of Sports. His average score was 26.14 in the competition of 7 rounds.

Defending champion Sergey Fokin got silver, after a sudden death play-off against Kirill Teterev. Fokin and Teterev lost 3 points to the winner, with average score 26.57. Victor Zhabin was fourth in men, with average 27.29.

Russian champion 2008 in women’s competition is Olesya Trofimchik, with average score 29.43. Silver went to Natalia Venchikova (average 30.00), and bronze to Tatiana Chesnova after a tied score and play-off with Tatiana Selivanova.


Sergey
Fokin

Kirill
Teterev

Victor
Zhabin

Olesya
Trofimchik

Tatiana
Chesnova

Vasil
Brateyko

archive photos by ÖBGV, Astra Miglane-Stanwyck, Arto Borg, Kevin Botto and

The tournament was organized by Russian Golf Association, in cooperation with Russian Minigolf Association. The competition was open for foreign players: the special prize for the best foreign player went to Vasil Brateyko of Ukraine, who ranked 9th in men’s competition.

The course record for this new eternite course was set at 23 points, played by Victor Zhabin and Kirill Teterev.

» photo from the competition: Sergey Chernitsyn
» photo from the competition: Konstantin Rukovishnikov
» website of Russian Minigolf Association

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Dormagen-Brechten and Mainz win German Bundesliga

Germany 22 Jun 2008 at 09:22 | views: 3277 | Comments: 0

An immortal era ends (or at least takes a break) in German and international minigolf, as BGS Hardenberg-Pötter loses Bundesliga victory to MGC Dormagen-Brechten — after 9 consecutive years as German champions. Dormagen-Brechten now has the right ...
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Finnish eternite championships 2008 in Tampere

Finnish eternite championships 2008 in Tampere

Finland 17 Jun 2008 at 08:43 | views: 3710 | Comments: 0

The reigning Finnish eternite champions of 2007, Kosti Salonen and Mirva Juhola, renewed their titles at the eternite course of Tampere. Kosti continued the good game that he showed at Nations Cup, with an average score 22.22 after 9 rounds. His win margin ...
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Uppsala BGK undefeated in Askim

Sweden 16 Jun 2008 at 18:50 | views: 3698 | Comments: 0

Uppsala BGK won all its matches on the second weekend of Swedish Elitserien, played at the beton course of Askim BGK in Göteborg, Sweden. Uppsala now leads the league by 8 points, and will quite certainly renew their champion title of last year. The ...
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Girlpower at Dutch eternite championships

Girlpower at Dutch eternite championships

Netherlands 16 Jun 2008 at 17:19 | views: 3549 | Comments: 0

Ilona de Kok won the mixed junior class (boys and girls) by more than 20 points at Dutch eternite championships 2008. Also the mixed class of schoolboys and schoolgirls was won by a female player, Anja Derks. In women’s competition the favourites ...
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