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Germany wins YNC in Sochi


Russian Federation 24 May 2010 at 18:22 | Published by: Hans | Views: 5138 | News search

Germany wins YNC in Sochi
The German Team at training.  (Photo by Sochi Team 2010)

Team Germany won the Nations Cup Final against Austria 1 with a broad margin of 14 strokes.

It was the two best teams who meet in the final. The won each group, Austria 1 with relative ease and Germany had a bit more struggle winning over Austria 2.

Germany meet Switzerland in the Semifinals and won with 12 strokes after sealing the match on the difficult eternit course. Austria 1 and 2 meet in the other semifinal and Austria 1 won a tight match with only one stroke.

Individually best was Robin Hettrich, Germany who scored 302 strokes by average on eternit (22,6) and 28,6 on beton MOS. On eternit Robin was the overall best player and on beton he was tied best together with home player Evgeny Stelmashonok.

Evgeny Stelmashonok seems to be the best of the Russians at the moment with a fine 9 th place overall. Let’s see what a summer on training on eternit can do for the Russians.

Second best individually was Nikolai Bhend of Switzerland on 312 and third was Philipp Lewin from Germany on 316.

Amongst the girls the Austrian was dominating by taking position 1-3. Best was Jacqueline Helm with average on eternit (24,1) and beton MOS (32,0). Second best was Martina Danner and third was Carina Utzig. On fourth place (beating i.e. the Juniors Minigolf Girl of the year 2009 Anna Nitschke of Germany) was Siranush Balasanyan of Russia.

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Austria wins Senior NC

Czech Republic 24 May 2010 at 09:07 | views: 4981 | Comments: 2

Austria 1 won the Seniors nations cup by beating home team Czech Repulic 1 by only one stroke. In the final the Czech team took a firm grip on the eternit course and was leading by seven strokes after a 114-121 round. But on the beton the Austrian team ...
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Auwi covers YNC in Sochi with video

Auwi covers YNC in Sochi with video

Europe 23 May 2010 at 12:45 | views: 5523 | Comments: 2

Auwi, the popular German minigolf-forum, has since a couple of weeks their own Facebook page. Since then a lot of news, video items and photo's has been uploaded there. Today they also added the first video from the Junior Nations Cup in Sochi, Russia. ...
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Visa trouble stopped Swedish Juniors from playing in Sochi

Sweden 20 May 2010 at 23:57 | views: 7059 | Comments: 15

The Swedish Junior Team that was on its way to play the Nations Cup in Sochi received an unpleasant surprise when trying to board the plane from Vienna to Sochi. They were left not being able to board the same plane as the German and Austrian squads due to ...
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Chris Harding wins the first ever Scottish Open

United Kingdom 20 May 2010 at 23:44 | views: 5130 | Comments: 1

BMGA Press Release: Supplied by Richard Gottfried Birmingham’s Chris Harding became the first-ever Scottish Minigolf Open Champion as he beat 28 competitors to take the title at the Pirate Island Adventure Golf course at Codonas Beach Aberdeen on Sunday 16th ...
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