Europeans justified dominance in Slovakia
The Slovakia Para Open Championships China was the most successful nation in women’s Team’s Event, whilst Europeans dominated in men’s Teams’ Event. In Class 1-3 in Women’s Teams Event China clinched gold. Italy is second, GBR third. In Class 4-5 China su
The Slovakia Para Open Championships China was the most successful nation in women’s Team’s Event, whilst Europeans dominated in men’s Teams’ Event.
In Class 1-3 in Women’s Teams Event China clinched gold. Italy is second, GBR third. In Class 4-5 China succeeded to the gold again. They accounted for Serbia in the final. Sweden and Mexico lost their encounters in semi final. In Class 6-7 Ukraine’s Yuliya KLYMENKO, Antonina KHODZYNSKAYA and Maryna LYTOVCHENKO secured gold. France and Argentina are second and third. In Class 8-9 China also dominated. Second and third are Turkey and Poland. In Class 10 China beat Brazil in the final. Bronze went to Turkey 1 and 2. In Class 11 Russia’s Anzhelika KOSACHEVA and Elena PROKOFEVA won top prize. Combined team of Ukraine and Japan and Hong Kong are second and third.
In men’s Event, Class 1 Team of Great Britain, Robert DAVIES and Paul DAVIES won gold. They overcame team of France and Italy in the final. Brazil, as well as Korea and Switzerland concluded the tournament at third position.
In men’s Class 2 Fabien LAMIRAULT and Stephane MOLLIENS of France overcame team of Czech Republic and Spain in the final. In semis Slovakia and combined team of Poland and Korea finished their journey. In Class 3 China won the title. Spain and Romania enriched their treasury with silver, whilst Austria and Ukraine won bronze. In Class 4 Poland’s Rafal LIS with Korea’s CHOI Li Sang won gold. They overcame Turkey in the final.
In Class 5 Turkey’s Abdullah OZTURK and Ali OZTURK beat France in the final. China and Serbia reached semis. In Class 6 Spain’s Alvaro VALERA and Alberto SEOANE ALCAZAR clinched the top in their group. Second is combined team of Switzerland and GBR, whilst Argentina and USA are third. In Class 7 Ukraine’s Maksym NIKOLENKO and Mykhaylo POPOV beat team of GBR in the Final. Israel and team of Egypt and Poland lost in semi final. In Class 8 China succeeded to the top. Team of Belgium and GBR is second, Sweden and Hungary are third. In Class 9 Ukraine’s Yuriy SHCHEPANSKYY and Vadym KUBOV beat combined team of Spain and Hungary. China left with bronze as well as another combined team of Finland and Norway. In Class 10 Jorgem CARDONA and Jose Manuel RUIZ REYES of Spain beat Chinese representatives in the final. Poland and Czech Republic are third. In Class 11 Hungary’s Peter PALOS and Ukraine’s Andrii NAVROTSKYI beat Korea to secure gold. Japan and Poland and Russia’s team were halted in semis.