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Portuguese National Championship - everything tied


Portugal 05 Apr 2009 at 22:44 | Published by: agcampos | Views: 4082 | News search

Portuguese National Championship - everything tied This week the second part of the national championship of Portugal was played in Lisbon. With temperatures around 30 degrees, the course of EC2006 received more a less 100 players.

After 3 rounds of beton and 3 of eternit in Porto and Lisbon (total of 12) the results are much tied so the title is open. In first there are three players with 316. Rui Garcia and João Nabais both from MC Portugal and Pedro Carvalho, who was in the lead in Porto, from CM Porto. The difference between the 1st and the 6th is only 6 strokes.

Manuela Pinheiro, who was leading the ladies class with a comfortable margin, had to quit after some personal problems and the classification in the class changed a lot. Now, Cristina Fernandes from MC Ermesinde, with 377 is 1ST.
The junior class is almost decided with a great result of 321 of Tiago Pinto which has a difference of 25 strokes for the second place.
Sebastião Campos continues in first but the difference between the two first places is now only of 2 strokes.

This is maybe one of the best championships of the last years and everything is going to be decided in the last 6 rounds that will take place in Lamego where is going to be played the SEM this year.

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Portugal Marreco (Rui Garcia)

08 Apr 2009 at 17:00
a little correction, the difference between 1st and 6th is only 3 strokes, 6 strokes is the difference to the 8th

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German ranking March 2009 published

Germany 05 Apr 2009 at 20:42 | views: 3975 | Comments: 0

German Minigolf Federation published the latest version of national ranking on 19 March 2009. Top three in the ranking is occupied by senior players (as in the previous ranking 1 / 2009): German ranking no. 1 is female senior Andrea Reinicke, no. 2 is male senior ...
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Olsson & Ryner win Eskilstuna Marathon

Olsson & Ryner win Eskilstuna Marathon

Sweden 05 Apr 2009 at 15:38 | views: 5529 | Comments: 16

The traditional winners of Eskilstuna Marathon, Lars Brown & Peter Samuelsson, played a blue total score, as they have done every year since 2007. But this year it was not enough to come anywhere near victory, as Anders Olsson and Carl-Johan Ryner showed why they ...
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Marathon in MunktellArena

Sweden 04 Apr 2009 at 10:19 | views: 4298 | Comments: 2

Today the annual 24h marathon in MunktellArenan in Eskilstuna starts, at 11am. As usual, the winners of the last years, Peter Samuelsson/Lars Brown from Uppsala BGK are favourites. However, this year they meet a tough challenge, as C-J Ryner plays together with ...
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Golf joins Olympic SportAccord federation

Golf joins Olympic SportAccord federation

World 03 Apr 2009 at 07:40 | views: 4094 | Comments: 0

The Olympic SportAccord federation (formerly known as GAISF / AGFIS) accepted International Golf Federation as a new member, on 27 March 2009. This was a necessary step for golf federation, as it wishes to join the Olympic Games in 2016. The massive Olympic PR ...
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