The second event of the World Championship Series tournament category, the 2012 Bonzini WCS, will be organized by the French Table Soccer Federation (FFFT)and will take place on June 15-17, in Pontoise, near Paris (France).
A new format on 3 days, has been created to allow players and national teams to participate in more WCS every year by avoiding them to apply for many vacation days and to reduce their accommodation costs.
As you know, the first European Champions Cup will take place in Hannover, Germany, from June 23th to 24th, 2012.
We are pleased to let you know that detailed information about this competition are now available on the tournament section (accommodation ,schedule, players info package...).
The list of the participating teams will be available on the itsf website in few days.
Over 300 players competed in the first World Championship Series event in the 2012 ITSF Tour which took place in Chorzow, Poland, on April 12-15.
We are pleased to announce that the qualified players for the World Championships are:
The winner of the Women’s Singles is: 1.Ekaterina ATANASOVA (BUL)
The winner of the Junior Singles is: 1.Basje JONGEN (NED)
And the winner of the Senior Singles is: 1. Ulrich STOEPEL (GER)
Results of the National Teams’ Competition
Men : Hungary
Women : Czech Republic
Seniors : Germany
Congratulations to all the players !
- The Saarland Bonzini Open , May 19 in Saarbrücken
- The Belgian Open, June 2-3 in Antwerp
At the Lithuanian Open, to Vilnius, on April 20-22, 1st place for the russian player Alexander Markin , 2nd place for the lithuanian player Dovydas Bukauskas and another lithuanian player for the 3rd place : Dominykas Žilenas
At the Evry Open, France, on April 21-22, the portuguese player Paul Nunes taking 1st place in the Open Singles, and the french players Sébastien Meckes and Julien Lebecq finished 2nd and 3rd respectively in that competition.
The same weekend, took place the Romanian Bonzini Championships to Bucharest. 1st place for the romanian player Bogdan Panoiu, 2nd place for the bulgarian player Ekaterina Atanasova and a german player for the 3rd place : Kircher Hans Frederich.
The last weekend, took place the Moscow challenge, Russia, on April 29-30. The russian, Alexandra Krasnitskaya has won 3 gold medals in these competitions : Women Singles, Women Doubles (with the russian, Olga Sarnitskaya) and the Mixed Doubles. For the men, Alexander Markin took 1st place in the Mixed Doubles and in the Open Singles, and the players Fedor Panfilov (RUS) and Vladislav Popovic (SRB) finished 2nd and 3rd respectively in that competition.