Anders Öhman wins 11.111 Euro in Vienna Open

    10/12/03

    2003 European Bowling Tour #11

    Plus Bowling in Vienna, Austria (Oct. 7-12, 2003)

     3-time World Champion Anders Öhman of Sweden impressively won the Vienna Open, the 11th European ranking event, and the 11.111 Euro first prize. "Linus" has already won the Eliminator and 1.600 Euro two days ago.

    He started the title match against equally-tough Amedeo Spada of Italy with ten strikes to take the match away, 289-222. The Swede is enjoying a mighty fine year and posted a 257-score against Spada's 215 to win the title in two straight games, 2-0, in the best-of-three game format. Spada was consoled with 6.666 Euro.

    Öhman, who is also the reigning World Ranking Masters Champion, averaged 246,9 over his 11 match play games today and finished the tournament with the field-best 229,91 average for 23 games.

    Download the Elimination Finals here.


    2003 Vienna Open - Final Standings


    1. Anders Öhman, Sweden, 11.111 Euro
    2. Amedeo Spada, Italy, 6.666 Euro
    3. Kai Virtanen, Finland, 4.444 Euro
    4. Karl-Peter Greulich, Germany, 3.333 Euro

    Championship match:
    #15 Anders Öhman, SWE vs. #5 Amedeo Spada, ITA, 2-0
    289-222, 257-215

    Roll-off for 3rd and 4th place:
    #14 Kai Virtanen, FIN def. #8 Karl-Peter Greulich, GER, 2-0
    231-184, 243-236.

    Semi-finals:
    #5 Amedeo Spada, ITA def. #8 Karl-Peter Greulich, GER, 2-0
    201-183, 256-244
    #15 Anders Öhman, SWE def. #14 Kai Virtanen, FIN, 2-1
    244-214, 209-247, 266-247.


    Spada, Öhman to bowl for the title in Vienna


    Italian Amedeo Spada flew past Karl-Peter Greulich of Germany, 2-0 (201-183 and 256-244) to advance to the title match in Vienna Open here at Plus Bowling in Vienna, Austria. The second semi-final match between Anders Öhman (pictured), Sweden, and Kai Virtanen went the distance. Öhman, who won already the Eliminator on Friday, eliminated Virtanen in the deciding game, 266-247.


    It's down to four in Vienna Open


    Karl-Peter Greulich of Germany and Kai Virtanen made quick work of Petri Mannonen, both of Finland, and Austria's Walter Gonaus, 2-0, 16 in the best-of-three game single elimination finals. The other two matches went the distance. 3-time World Champion Anders Öhman, Sweden, beat Norwegian Tore Torgersen in the deciding game, 249-189. Italian Amedeo Spada took down No. 1 Pasi Uotila, 238-204.


    Round of 8 results
    Best-of-three, losers eliminated, earn 1.111 Euro

    #5 Amedeo Spada, ITA def. #1 Pasi Uotila, FIN, 2-1
    234-144, 224-201, 238-204

    #8 Karl-Peter Greulich, GER def. #4 Petri Mannonen, FIN, 2-0
    225-179, 257-235

    #14 Kai Virtanen, FIN def. #7 Walter Gonaus, AUT, 2-0
    226-194, 214-192

    #15 Anders Öhman, SWE def. #6 Tore Torgersen, NOR, 2-1
    244-227, 239-244, 249-189.


    Finns dominate Round of 16 in Vienna Open


    Three out of the eight remaining players in the Vienna Open are from Finland. Pasi Uotila, Petri Mannonen and Kai Virtanen survived the Round of 16 in the best-of-three game single elimination finals. Uotila will meet Italian Amedeo Spada, while Mannonen takes on Karl-Peter Greulich. Virtanen will face Walter Gonaus, who won the Austrian clash against Thomas Gross in the deciding match, 267-259. In the fourth match, Norwegian Tore Torgersen bowls 3-time World Champion Anders Öhman, Sweden.


    Round of 16 results
    Best-of-three, losers eliminated, earn 555 Euro

    #1 Pasi Uotila, FIN def. #16 Oliver Blase, GER, 2-1
    257-176, 220-256-242-176

    #5 Amedeo Spada, ITA def. #12 Lasse Lintilä, FIN, 2-0
    223-171, 248-174

    #8 Karl-Peter Greulich, GER def. #9 Nick Froggatt, ENG, 2-0
    248-177, 255-235

    #4 Petri Mannonen, FIN def. #13 Mauro Malchiodi, ITA, 2-1
    227-217, 223-251, 232-183

    #14 Kai Virtanen, FIN def. #3 Michael Sassen, NED, 2-0
    213-193, 210-201

    #7 Walter Gonaus, AUT def. #10 Thomas Gross, AUT, 2-1
    206-217, 213-202, 267-259

    #6 Tore Torgersen, NOR def. #11 *Tanya Petty, GER, 2-1
    190-186, 188-233, 232-213

    #15 Anders Öhman, SWE def. #2 Michael Krämer, GER, 2-1
    214-220, 249-236, 268-248

    * received 8 pins handicap each game.


    Pasi Uotila achieves perfection in Vienna Open semi-finals


    Pasi Uotila of Finland left it until the last game of the semi-finals to regain the lead in the Vienna Open. The 26-year-old righthander posted the tournament's first 300-game to rocket from 8th to first place and to take the No. 1 seed for the single-elimination best-of-three-game finals of the top 16 players. Uotila felled 1308 pins during the round for total pinfall of 2703, an average of 225,25 for 12 games.

    Michael Krämer of Germany shot the highest six-game block of the day (1366) to move into second position with 2688. Among the 16 players that survived the cut to the top 16 were World Champions Michael Sassen, Netherlands (3rd), Tore Torgersen, Norway (6th), Lasse Lintilä, Finland (12th) and Anders Öhman, Sweden (15th). Germany's Tanya Petty is the only woman in the finals, meaning that she already won the women's ranking event and the maximum 30 points.


    Download the game-by-game Semi-final results here.


    Standings after Semi-finals
    Players with position, country, 12-game total and average
    * women scores including 8 pins handicap each game


    1. Pasi Uotila, FIN, 2703 (1395-1308), 225,25
    2. Michael Krämer, GER, 2688 (1322-1366), 224,00
    3. Michael Sassen, NED, 2676 (1366-1310), 223,00
    4. Petri Mannonen, FIN, 2667 (1320-1347), 222,25
    5. Amedeo Spada, ITA, 2665 (1376-1289), 222,08
    6. Tore Torgersen, NOR, 2659 (1360-1299), 221,58
    7. Walter Gonaus, AUT, 2632 (1381-1251), 219,33
    8. Karl-Peter Greulich, GER, 2624 (1313-1311), 218,67
    9. Nick Froggatt, ENG, 2608 (1292-1316), 217,33
    10. Thomas Gross, AUT, 2607 (1311-1296), 217,25
    11. *Tanya Petty, GER, 2603 (1358-1197), 216,92
    12. Lasse Lintilä, FIN, 2592 (1277-1315), 216,00
    13. Mauro Malchiodi, ITA, 2582 (1258-1324), 215,17
    14. Kai Virtanen, FIN, 2574 (1267-1307), 214,50
    15. Anders Öhman, SWE, 2572 (1315-1257), 214,33
    16. Oliver Blase, GER, 2557 (1306-1251), 213,08

    Missed Cut:
    17. Kai Günther, GER, 2552 (1321-1231), 212,67
    18. Luciano Fiorani, CH, 2544 (1259-1285), 212,00
    19. Jouni Helminen, FIN, 2537 (1249-1288), 211,42
    20. Peter Smits, NED, 2523 (1299-1224), 210,25
    21. *Martina Beckel, GER, 2519 (1271-1200), 209,92
    22. Peter Knopp, GER, 2518 (1260-1258), 209,83
    23. *Bigi Manico, CH, 2518 (1260-1210), 209,83
    24. *Bettina Lund, DEN, 2513 (1234-1231), 209,42
    25. Arturo Quintero, MEX, 2497 (1244-1253), 208,08
    26. Sven Van Eyken, BEL, 2470 (1249-1221), 205,83
    27. Bodo Greve, GER, 2468 (1254-1214), 205,67
    28. *Lotte H. Pedersen, DEN, 2464 (1284-1132), 205,33
    29. Nico Thienpondt, NED, 2439 (1279-1160), 203,25
    30. Gerhard Fleischhacker, AUT, 2392 (1264-1128), 199,33
    31. Michael Michajlow, GER, 2381 (1269-1112), 198,42
    32. Sami Konsteri, FIN, 2300 (1280-1020), 191,67


    Different Finn, same top position; Quarterfinal leader Pasi Uotila


     Pasi Uotila of Finland fired games of 207, 248, 227, 244, 244 and 225 to jump into the lead in the quarterfinals of the Vienna Open with pinfall total of 1395 and an average of 232,5. The top 50 players with the highest qualifying pinfall plus the top 10 from the "Desperado Squad" started the finals at scratch.

    Trailing Uotila by 14 pins to sit in second place is Austria's Walter Gonaus at 1381. Italian Amedeo Spada is third at 1376, with Dutch Michael Sassen fourth 1366. Rounding out the top five is Tore Torgersen of Norway with 1360. Tanya Petty is the best of five women, who made the second cut in 6th position at 1359 with handicap.

    Dane Bettina Lund took the 32nd and final spot with pinfall total of 1234. The remaining 32 return Sunday at 10.30 a.m. for another six-game block to cut to the top 16 for the best-of-three game single elimination finals. The winner of the Vienna Open will walk away with the 11.111 Euro first-place check.

    The results would have been out half an hour earlier if Koen Pellegroms would have given his score sheet to the tournament committee. The Dutch kept it in his pocket in the hope his results would not go public. Well, here they are: 205, 155, 175, 178, 162 and 159. A 1034 pinfall total or a 172 average.


    Standings after Quarterfinals
    Players with position, country, six-game total and average
    * women scores including 8 pins handicap each game

    1. Pasi Uotila, FIN, 1395, 232,50
    2. Walter Gonaus, AUT, 1381, 230,17
    3. Amedeo Spada, ITA, 1376, 229,33
    4. Michael Sassen, NED, 1366, 227,67
    5. Tore Torgersen, NOR, 1360, 226,67
    6. *Tanya Petty, GER, 1358, 218,33
    7. Michael Krämer, GER, 1322, 220,33
    8. Kai Günther, GER, 1321, 220,17
    9. Petri Mannonen, FIN, 1320, 220,00
    10. Anders Öhman, SWE, 1315, 219,17
    11. Karl-Peter Greulich, GER, 1313, 218,83
    12. Thomas Gross, AUT, 1311, 218,50
    13. Oliver Blase, GER, 1306, 217,67
    14. Peter Smits, NED, 1299, 216,50
    15. Nick Froggatt, ENG, 1292, 215,33
    16. *Lotte H. Pedersen, DEN, 1284, 206,00
    17. Sami Konsteri, FIN, 1280, 213,33
    18. Nico Thienpondt, NED, 1279, 213,17
    19. Lasse Lintilä, FIN, 1277, 212,83
    20. *Martina Beckel, GER, 1271, 203,83
    21. Michael Michajlow, GER, 1269, 211,50
    22. Kai Virtanen, FIN, 1267, 211,17
    23. Gerhard Fleischhacker, AUT, 1264, 210,67
    24. Peter Knopp, GER, 1260, 210,00
    (tie) *Bigi Manico, CH, 1260, 202,00
    26. Luciano Fiorani, ITA, 1259, 209,83
    27. Mauro Malchiodi, ITA, 1258, 209,67
    28. Bodo Greve, GER, 1254, 209,00
    29. Jouni Helminen, FIN, 1249, 208,17
    (tie) Sven Van Eyken, BEL, 1249, 208,17
    31. Arturo Quintero, MEX, 1244, 207,33
    32. *Bettina Lund, DEN, 1234, 197,67

    Missed Cut:
    33. *Ivonne Gross, AUT, 1232, 197,33
    34. Markus Gröger, GER, 1222, 203,67
    35. *Heta-Maija Allén, FIN, 1216, 194,67
    36. *Michaela Göbel, GER, 1212, 194,00
    37. Leo Grundschober, AUT, 1196, 199,33
    38. Oliver Bernhard, GER, 1189, 198,17
    39. Robert Anderson, SWE, 1188, 198,00
    40. Martin Larsen, SWE, 1187, 197,83
    41. Nikolai Schröder, AUT, 1176, 196,00
    (tie) Jean Marc Lebon, BEL, 1176, 196,00
    43. Thomas Block, GER, 1168, 194,67
    (tie) *Britt Bröndsted, DEN, 1168, 186,67
    45. *Mette Ginge Jensen, DEN, 1164, 186,00
    46. Paul Moor, ENG, 1139, 189,83
    47. Frank Born, GER, 1137, 189,50
    (tie) Michael Loos, AUT, 1137, 189,50
    49. Francois Sacco, FRA, 1136, 189,33
    50. Oliver Morig, GER, 1131, 188,50
    51. Stuart Williams, ENG, 1120, 186,67
    52. Christian Schwarzbauer, AUT, 1113, 185,50
    53. *Reja Lunden, DEN, 1111, 177,17
    54. Detlef Greve, GER, 1105, 184,17
    55. Tamas Holczer, HUN, 1098, 183,00
    56. Marco DeBruijn, NED, 1083, 180,50
    57. Michael Grabovac, AUT, 1080, 180,00
    58. Michael Bai, DEN, 1079, 179,83
    59. Koen Pellegroms, BEL, 1034, 172,33
    60. Fritz Kern Jr., AUT, 1033, 172,17


    Download the game-by-game Quarterfinal results here.

    Lasse Lintilä leads top 50 players into Vienna Open finals


     Lasse Lintilä, who took over the lead in the Vienna Open qualifying in the fifth shift, won the qualifying at the Vienna Open, the 11th ranking event of the 2003 European Bowling Tour. Lintilä set the pace in the 196-player field with 1502 pinfall total and an average of 250,33.

    Austrian champion Thomas Gross finished in second place at 1442 (240,33), with Pasi Uotila (1396) third and England's Nick Froggatt and Norwegian Tore Torgersen (both 1391) tied for fourth place. Doubles winner Jouni Helminen grabbed the 6th place with 1389.

    Ten women survived the cut to the top 50, which fell to Austrian Leo Grundschober and Finn Petri Mannonen, both 1273, 212,17 average.

    Peter Knopp posted the 265, high score in the "Despeardo Squad". The top 10 players advanced to the finals. Oliver Blase, Germany, hit the cutoff number with 231.


    Final Standings after Qualifying
    Players with position, country, six-game total and average
    * women scores including 8 pins handicap each game, Top 50 will advance to the finals.

    1. Lasse Lintilä, FIN, 1502, 250,33
    2. Thomas Gross, AUT, 1442, 240,33
    3. Pasi Uotila, FIN, 1396, 232,67
    4. Nick Froggatt, ENG, 1391, 231,83
    (tie) Tore Torgersen, NOR, 1391, 231,83
    6. Jouni Helminen, FIN, 1389, 231,50
    7. Peter Smits, NED, 1385, 230,83
    8. *Bettina Lund, DEN, 1373, 220,83
    9. *Ivonne Gross, AUT, 1370, 220,33
    (tie) *Tanya Petty, GER, 1370, 220,33
    11. *Martina Beckel, GER, 1366, 219,67
    12. Karl-P. Greulich, GER, 1363, 227,17
    (tie) Paul Moor, ENG, 1363, 227,17
    14. Oliver Bernhard, GER, 1358, 226,33
    15. Thomas Block, GER, 1353, 225,50
    16. Luciano Fiorani, ITA, 1352, 225,33
    17. Bodo Greve, GER, 1350, 225,00
    18. *Heta Allén, FIN, 1346, 216,33
    19. Michael Krämer, GER, 1343, 223,83
    20. Sven Van Eyken, BEL, 1337, 222,83
    21. Kai Virtanen, FIN, 1336, 222,67
    22. *Michaela Göbel, GER, 1334, 214,33
    23. Frank Born, GER, 1333, 222,17
    24. Anders Öhman, SWE, 1328, 221,33
    25. Tamas Holczer, HUN, 1323, 220,50
    (tie) Amedeo Spada, ITA, 1323, 220,50
    27. Stuart Williams, ENG, 1315, 219,17
    28. Mauro Malchiodi, ITA, 1312, 218,67
    29. *Mai Ginge Jensen, DEN, 1309, 210,17
    30. Christian Schwarzbauer, AUT, 1308, 218,00
    31. Michael Bai, DEN, 1307, 217,83
    (tie) Oliver Morig, GER, 1307, 217,83
    33. Robert Anderson, SWE, 1306, 217,67
    34. Koen Pellegroms, BEL, 1303, 217,17
    35. Michael Michajlow, GER, 1298, 216,33
    36. Michael Sassen, NED, 1296, 216,00
    37. *Reja Lunden, DEN, 1294, 207,67
    38. *Lotte H. Pedersen, DEN, 1293, 207,50
    39. Walter Gonaus, AUT, 1289, 214,83
    40. Kai Günther, GER, 1288, 214,67
    41. Nikolai Schröder, AUT, 1284, 214,00
    42. Markus Gröger, GER, 1283, 213,83
    43. Arturo Quintero, MEX, 1282, 213,67
    44. Sami Konsteri, FIN, 1280, 213,33
    45. Nico Thienpondt, NED, 1278, 213,00
    (tie) *Bigi Manico, CH, 1278, 205,00
    47. Marco DeBruijn, NED, 1277, 212,83
    48. Gerhard Fleischhacker, AUT, 1275, 212,50
    49. Leo Grundschober, AUT, 1273, 212,17
    (tie) Petri Mannonen, FIN, 1273, 212,17

    Missed Cut:
    51. Fritz Kern Jr. AUT, 1270, 211,67
    52. Andrea Briola, ITA, 1269, 211,50
    53. Heiko Donner, GER, 1267, 211,17
    54. Peter Knopp, GER, 1264, 210,67
    55. Harald Punessen, GER, 1263, 210,50
    56. Michael Grabovac, AUT, 1262, 210,33
    57. Ron Van Zeist, NED, 1261, 210,17
    58. Gergely Kapronczay, HUN, 1260, 210,00
    (tie) *Isabelle Saldijan, FRA, 1260, 202,00
    60. Teemu Raatikainen, FIN, 1259, 209,83
    61. Arnoud Gast, FRA, 1258, 209,67
    (tie) Roel Mol, NED, 1258, 209,67
    63. Neil Highgate, ENG, 1255, 209,17
    64. Olli Hossi, FIN, 1253, 208,83
    (tie) *Britt Bröndsted, DEN, 1253, 200,83
    66. Bjarne Thomsen, DEN, 1250, 208,33
    (tie) Manfred Panzenböck, AUT, 1250, 208,33
    (tie) Oliver Blase, GER, 1250, 208,33
    69. *Laressa Adkins, GER, 1248, 200,00
    70. Ray Duice Love, GER, 1247, 207,83
    (tie) Thomas Tybl, AUT, 1247, 207,83
    72. Michel Wouters, BEL, 1244, 207,33
    73. *Anja Ginge Jensen, DEN, 1243, 199,17
    74. Martin Larsen, SWE, 1236, 206,00
    75. *Diana DeBruine, NED, 1234, 197,67
    76. Peter Wolfschaffner, GER, 1228, 204,67
    77. Stavros Fotakis, GRE, 1224, 204,00
    78. Barry Horne, USA, 1223, 203,83
    79. Robert Wölki, GER, 1218, 203,00
    80. Gernot Sevelda, AUT, 1217, 202,83
    81. Richard Klug Jr., AUT, 1216, 202,67
    82. Wayne Finch, ENG, 1215, 202,50
    (tie) Alexander Stenzel, GER, 1215, 202,50
    84. Benjamin Pachonik, GER, 1212, 202,00
    (tie) Peter Lapp, GER, 1212, 202,00
    86. Anton Stiel, AUT, 1209, 201,50
    (tie) Achim Grabowski, GER, 1209, 201,50
    88. Alexander Gabrielian, AUT, 1208, 201,33
    89. *Nicole Heberle, GER, 1207, 193,17
    90. *Wendy Van Der List, NED, 1206, 193,00
    (tie) *Tanja Theissen, GER, 1206, 193,00
    92. Rainer Strunz, GER, 1202, 200,33
    (tie) Jens R. Sorensen, NOR, 1202, 200,33
    94. Günter Melching, GER, 1201, 200,17
    (tie) Detlef Greve, GER, 1201, 200,17
    96. *Liane Bergmann, GER, 1198, 191,67
    97. Vojtech jun. Sadlik, CZE, 1195, 199,17
    98. Tom Hampton, USA, 1194, 199,00
    99. Dario Ancarani, CH, 1193, 198,83
    (tie) Johann Riegler, AUT, 1193, 198,83
    (tie) Lars Jockschat, GER, 1193, 198,83
    102. Francois Sacco, FRA, 1191, 198,50
    103. Walter Rieger, AUT, 1188, 198,00
    104. Dennis Brinkmann, GER, 1186, 197,67
    105. *Eva Jönssen, FIN, 1183, 189,17
    106. *Rosemarie Greve, GER, 1182, 189,00
    107. *Patricia Klug, AUT, 1181, 188,83
    108. Gabriel Gromnica, GER, 1180, 196,67
    109. Richard sen. Klug, AUT, 1173, 195,50
    (tie) Georg Hrabec, AUT, 1173, 195,50
    (tie) Richard Meyer, GER, 1173, 195,50
    112. Zaharias Savvakis, GRE, 1172, 195,33
    113. Marco Romussi, ITA, 1171, 195,17
    114. Tobias Gäbler, GER, 1168, 194,67
    115. Cliff Dew, ENG, 1167, 194,50
    116. Mick Ankerdal, DEN, 1165, 194,17
    117. Herbert Peterka, AUT, 1162, 193,67
    118. Ives Van Eyken, BEL, 1161, 193,50
    119. Christian Provaznik, AUT, 1159, 193,17
    120. Alex Van Maravic, GER, 1158, 193,00
    (tie) Dieter Schulz, AUT, 1158, 193,00
    (tie) *Kerstin Stutzmann, GER, 1158, 185,00
    123. Richard Schwanzer, AUT, 1156, 192,67
    124. Peter Lenders, NED, 1151, 191,83
    (tie) *Heidi Thorstensen, NOR, 1151, 183,83
    126. *Svenja Reussing, GER, 1150, 183,67
    127. Maurizio Vecoli, ITA, 1149, 191,50
    (tie) Franko Guarieti, ITA, 1149, 191,50
    129. Günter Schauer, AUT, 1148, 191,33
    (tie) *Kerstin Sauer, GER, 1148, 183,33
    131. Tamas Szabó, HUN, 1145, 190,83
    (tie) *Doris Szvasztics, AUT, 1145, 182,83
    133. Hans Lippert, AUT, 1143, 190,50
    134. Zoltan Kiss, HUN, 1139, 189,83
    135. Thorsten Filor, GER, 1138, 189,67
    136. Istvan Cziner, HUN, 1136, 189,33
    137. Vaclav Postranecky, CZE, 1135, 189,17
    (tie) Mathias Lundin, SWE, 1135, 189,17
    139. Andreas Humm, GER, 1133, 188,83
    140. Carlos Velasco, ESP, 1132, 188,67
    (tie) *Gabi Loos, AUT, 1132, 180,67
    142. Stefan Schmid, AUT, 1130, 188,33
    143. Richard Opitz, AUT, 1127, 187,83
    144. Jan Skovgaard, NOR, 1126, 187,67
    145. Zoltan Hevele, HUN, 1125, 187,50
    146. Klaus Melson, GER, 1122, 187,00
    147. *Alexandra Göbel, GER, 1118, 178,33
    148. Klaus Vrana, AUT, 1114, 185,67
    149. Uwe Tscharke, GER, 1107, 184,50
    (tie) Hansi Müller, GER, 1107, 184,50
    151. Melvin Ocando, ESP, 1106, 184,33
    152. Wolfgang Hauska, AUT, 1105, 184,17
    153. Tasos Kaisarlis, GRE, 1104, 184,00
    (tie) Hubert Lang, AUT, 1104, 184,00
    (tie) Jürgen Lundin, SWE, 1104, 184,00
    156. Michael Schmidt, GER, 1102, 183,67
    157. Ted Thompson, GER, 1100, 183,33
    158. Holgar Kentrat, GER, 1094, 182,33
    159. Lee Chatfield, ENG, 1091, 181,83
    160. Christian Orlando, ROM, 1088, 181,33
    161. Sascha Mladek, AUT, 1085, 180,83
    (tie) Rudolf Friess, AUT, 1085, 180,83
    163. Ludek Raska, 1084, 180,67
    164. *Gaby Suchanek, AUT, 1083, 172,50
    165. Ivo Kratochvil, CZE, 1080, 180,00
    (tie) George Spanakis, GRE, 1080, 180,00
    167. Amir Tabatabai, IRL, 1078, 179,67
    168. Kostas Stergiadis, GRE, 1074, 179,00
    169. Karel Kutina, CZE, 1070, 178,33
    170. Gabor Gajdos, HUN, 1069, 178,17
    (tie) Jean Marc Lebon, BEL, 1069, 178,17
    172. Peter Kantner, AUT, 1052, 175,33
    173. *Maria Toth, HUN, 1044, 166,00
    174. *Hana Vitvarova, CZE, 1039, 165,17
    175. *Aisha Cramer, NED, 1032, 164,00
    176. Robert Halda, AUT, 1030, 171,67
    (tie) Peter Podlesak, AUT, 1030, 171,67
    178. *Emanuella Pavlaki, GRE, 1027, 163,17
    179. Norbert Suchanek, AUT, 1024, 170,67
    180. *Elena Papagianaki, GRE, 1020, 162,00
    181. Jozsef Horvath, HUN, 1014, 169,00
    182. Zdenik Navratil, CZE, 1013, 168,83
    183. Jan Fryeer, TCH, 1004, 167,33
    184. Karel Hladík, CZE, 1002, 167,00
    185. *Elena Chalkiadaki, GRE, 993, 157,50
    186. Michal Dìdic, 989, 164,83
    187. Istvan Polgar, HUN, 986, 164,33
    188. Mike Dahl, SWE, 978, 163,00
    189. Helmut Amstätter, AUT, 970, 161,67
    190. Rudi Dorfner, AUT, 969, 161,50
    191. Reinhard Handler, AUT, 964, 160,67
    192. Walter Treitler, AUT, 939, 156,50
    193. Michael Loos, AUT, 938, 156,33
    194. Darren Beckett, ENG, 921, 153,50
    195. Mirek Marhold, CZE, 915, 152,50
    196. Stanislav Zeidler, TCH, 904, 150,67

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    Jouni Helminen and Heta Allen win Vienna Doubles


     Jouni Helminen and Heta Allen of Finland waited until the last minute to celebrate their victory in the Vienna Doubles here at Plus Bowling in Vienna, Austria. The duo had games of 413, 475, 441, 450, 455 and 453 for 2687 scratch and 2735 with Allen's 48-pin handicap. They received 1.600 Euro top prize.

    Germany's Michael Krämer and Tanya Petty finished second at 2713, worth 1.200 Euro. England's Nick Froggatt and Paul Moor ended up in third place at 2663. They earned 1.000 Euro.

    213 doubles participated in the Vienna Doubles, making the event a great success for the organizers and their sponsors. The top 20 doubles split the total prize fund of 10.230 Euro. The cut for the 20th place was 2541 or a 211,75 average recorded by first squad leaders Tanya petty and Nikolai Schröder (GER/AUT) a.k.a. the "Monstas".


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