France, GBR, Russia three golds each in Slovenia
The competition at the Slovenia Open in Lasko concluded with the battles at the teams events. France clinched three gold medals in Men’s Events, Great Britain has three, but one is won in combination with Croatian player. Hungary and Spain added two more
The competition at the Slovenia Open in Lasko concluded with the battles at the teams events. France clinched three gold medals in Men’s Events, Great Britain has three, but one is won in combination with Croatian player. Hungary and Spain added two more each to their record and Germany has one. In women’s events Russia clinched three gold medals, Serbia, Croatia and Turkey won one each.
In Men’s Class 1 event Robert DAVIS and Paul DAVIS of GBR clinched the title. In the final they overcame Germany. In Men’s Class 2 event France succeeded to the top position. Fabien LAMIRAULT and Stephane MOLLIENS overcame Slovakia in the duel for gold. Germany is the winner in Class 3 Event. Thomas SCHMIDBERGER and Thomas BRÜCHLE beat team composed of Romania and Spanish player. In Class 4 French players Maxine THOMAS and Emeric MARTIN overcame Turkey.
In Class 5 France added another gold. Florian MERRIEN and Nicolas SAVANT-AIRA beat mixed team of Norway and GBR. In Class 6 GBR and Croatia clinched top prize. David WETHERILL and Pavao JOZIC overcame France. Great Britain beat Dutch Belgium combination. William BAYLEY and Paul KARABARDAK played for the winners. Hungary’s Andreas CSONKA and Gyula ZBORAI beat Poland in Class 8 final. Spain’s Juan Bautista PEREZ GONZALEZ and Alvaro VALERA succeeded against team of Sweden in Class 9. In Class 10, Spain was the winner again. Jose Manuel RUIZ REYES and Jorge CARDONA overcame GBR. Hungary’s Peter PALOS and Belgium’s Florian VAN ACKER beat adversary from Poland in the final of the class 11.
In Women’s Class 1-3 Event Croatia won top position. Andela MUZINIC and Helena KARIC DRETAR overcame team of Turkey and USA in the final. In Class 4-5 Borislava PERIC RANKOVIC, Nada MATIC and Zorica POPADIC clinched top position in their group. Germany – Brazil is second.
In Class 6-7 Russia’s duo of Raissa TCHEBANIKA, Ulija SHISHKINA OVSYANNIKOVA and Fatma FATTAKHOVA are first in their group in front of Argentina-Romania. Russia added another one in Class 8-9. Olga KOMLEVA GORSHKALEVA and Elena EPISHKINA beat Poland’s team at the ultimate stage. Turkey’s Neslihan KAVAS, Umran ERTIS and Merve DEMIR won gold. In final they halted Brazil. At the top of the standings in Class 1 are Anzhelika KOSACHEVA and Elena PROKOFEVA of Russia. Poland is second.