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Salzburg U23:  GER – SUI – AUT


Europe 24 Feb 2008 at 20:54 | Published by: JJM | Views: 4611 | News search

Salzburg U23:  GER – SUI – AUT Sweden was left empty-handed in the international tournament for players under 23 years of age, played on 23-24 February at Sport Oase indoor eternite course in Salzburg, Austria.

Eight teams from four countries (AUT, GER, SUI, SWE) played matches against each other, counting lane wins rather than total round scores. The two teams of Sweden were left on ranks 6 and 8, as the other countries collected all prizes off the table.

The first prize went to Germany 1 (Max Hermann, Oleg Klassen, Jessica Werkmann & Daniel Klosek), the second prize to Switzerland 1 (Marco Nicolussi, Melanie Blaser, Philippe Charrière & Reto Sommer), and the third prize to Austria 2 (Andrea Hackl, Thomas Obertaxer, Daniel Krof & Martin Knapp).

Philippe Charrière of Switzerland was clearly the best player of the competition, with an average score 21.00 at the difficult eternite course of Sport Oase. The second best player was Daniel Klosek of Germany, who lost one point per round to Charrière with his average 22.00. The best female player was Birgit Dallinger of Austria, with an average score 23.20.

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Riku & Kosti win 20th Finnish Marathon

Finland 14 Feb 2008 at 09:59 | views: 4430 | Comments: 0

Roberto Garbui of Italy opened with a perfect 18-round in Finnish Marathon 2008, but the Italian superstars soon had to give up the first place to local favourites Riku Pennanen & Kosti Salonen. Riku ensured victory for his team with an ice-cold ...
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Riku & Kosti win 20th Finnish Marathon

Player transfers for 2008 season

Player transfers for 2008 season

Europe 03 Feb 2008 at 18:27 | views: 4622 | Comments: 0

Looking for more international success, also on other playing systems than felt, Uppsala BGK strengthens its men’s team with Marcus Larsson from Malmö BGK. The women’s team of Uppsala BGK loses some of its phenomenal felt talent, as Jessica ...
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Herbert Wieck, 76 yrs: 18 18 21 18

Germany 30 Jan 2008 at 11:45 | views: 4517 | Comments: 0

Too old for minigolf? Never. Göttingen indoor eternite competition 2008 had an impressive crowd of 201 participants, including some of the very best cream of German minigolf. Rahmlow, Oberweg, Albrecht... But all the professionally coached Bundesliga ...
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Teamgolf — too good to be true?

Teamgolf — too good to be true?

Switzerland 28 Jan 2008 at 22:39 | views: 4022 | Comments: 0

The winners Spescha and Vuilliomenet played an average score 22.13... on a beton course. Too good to be true? This is not an April Day’s hoax or a daydream. This is Teamgolf. Teams of two players tour the minigolf course, but only one of them plays each ...
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