Easy win for the Germans
27 Aug 2010 at 20:00 | Published by: Hans | Views: 4936 | News search
The German Team waiting for their closer Harald Erlbruch to conclude the victory (Photo by Hans Bergström 2010)
The German men’s Team continued their outperformance of the other team as the team play ended in Predazzo today. In the end they had expanded their victory from 44 yesterday till 55 today.
The German team was superior to the others on both eternit and beton. With a team average of 20,1 on Eternit and 28,8 on Beton they played a game no other teams could match. Even if the performance on the eternit was world class it was on the Beton they won this title. No other teams could even break a green Team average with silver medalists Switzerland being closest on 30,3.
The Swiss Team could quite easily take the silver medal and the bronze was unthreatened to the Austrian Team.
Individually it’s all about Germany. The 6 players in the team are all with the best 8 players. Best of all and top ranked for the KO-finals is Alexander Geist on 189, two before Achim Braungart-Zink. Only Swiss Omar Maggi (ranked four) and Swiss rookie Michel Pfister (ranked seven) breaks the German dominance. Michel Pfister is a good candidate for best new comer so far.
Tomorrow the thrilling KO-match play starts. All from zero again.
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