Rebecca Weber took her Second Gold
28 Aug 2010 at 19:42 | Published by: Hans | Views: 7153 | News search
Rebecca Weber with her shot for Gold, and what a shot it was to be! (Photo by Hans Bergström 2010)
The success continued today for the Swiss ladies when Rebecca Weber took the individual Gold Medal after a thrilling ending in the finals. Just as back in Tampere the goddess of Luck was involved and on the Swiss side.
» Result site from the Organisers
Rebecca started of her day by winning easily over the Swede Sandra Bengtsson with 6-1. Then she meet her Team mate Yvonne Klukas in open game with lots of give and take ending 6-4 to Rebecca. In the semifinal she was winning with relative ease over German Nicole Piechotta by 5-1.
On the other half the Austrian star Lisa Gruber started her journey to the final by beating Dutch Ilona de Kok with 4-1. In the next match she won a tight match over German Nicole Gundert-Greifendorf and then yet another Dutch, this time Natasja Klarenbeek in the semifinals.
So in the final the two ladies in red played very well, but also a match of many gives and takes. So in before the last lane on eternit Rebecca was in the lead with 5-4 and only needed to ace for victory. This straight lane with a window all players play using the “klicker” ball, and usually a hit in the doorpost means a secure two, but for Rebecca the ball got a strange spin and found its way to the hole.
A picture tells more than thousand words and we will soon publish a video of this incredible moment.
In the bronze match Nicole Piechotta won the bronze for Germany.
» View Rebeccas last shot in our Video Gallery