2006 Riga

2006 ECC

10/01/06

Aviram and Kilander become champions of the champions in Latvia

Zelta Bowling Center in Riga, Latvia (Sep. 25 - Oct. 1, 2006)

2006ECCAnnikaKilander.jpg 2006EBT15OrAviram_small.jpg No. 2 seed Or Aviram (left) from Israel came back from being down 1-0 to defeat No. 1 seed Mads Sandbækken, two games-to-one en route to win the men's title in the European Champions Cup at Zelta Bowling Center in Riga. Sixth-seeded Annika Kilander (right) from Sweden swept Norway's Heidi Thorstensen, seeded fourth, two-games-to-none, to claim the women's title.

2006 ECC

09/30/06

Sandbækken and Banks earn No. 1 seed for single-elimination finals in European Champions Cup

Zelta Bowling Center in Riga, Latvia (Sep. 25 - Oct. 1, 2006)

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2006ECCMadsSandbaekken_small.jpg World Youth Masters champion Mads Sandbækken, Norway, the men's leader board after 24 games of qualifying in the European Champions Cup. On the women's side, day one leader Fiona Banks, England, averaged 226,25 on the final day of qualifying to regain the lead and to earn the No. 1 seed for the best-of-three games single-elimination match play finals. 

2006 ECC

09/29/06

Barrett and van der Tol move to the top in European Champions Cup after Day Two

Zelta Bowling Center in Riga, Latvia (Sep. 25 - Oct. 1, 2006)

2006EBT15DominicBarrett_small.jpg 2006ECCGhislainevanderTol_small.jpg English ranking leader Dominic Barrett (left) and Dutch international Ghislaine van der Tol overtook the lead in the European Champions Cup in Riga, Latvia, after the second six-game block on long oil. First-round leaders Anders Öhman, Sweden, and Fiona Banks, England, slipped to third.

2006 ECC

09/28/06

√É‚Äďhman and Banks take lead in European Champions Cup after Day One

Zelta Bowling Center in Riga, Latvia (Sep. 25 - Oct. 1, 2006)

2006ECCFionaBanks.jpg 2006ECCAndersOhman.jpg Defending champion Anders Öhman from Sweden and two-time European gold medalist Fiona Banks, England, took the lead in the European Champions Cup at Zelta Bowling Center in Riga, Latvia after the first 8-game block on the short oil pattern.

2006 ECC

09/28/06

European Champions Cup starts today

Zelta Bowling Center in Riga, Latvia (Sep. 25 - Oct. 1, 2006)

2006ECCAndersOhman.jpg 2006ECCTanyaPetty.jpg The European Champions Cup (formerly known as European Cup for Individuals) was opened yesterday at the Zelta Bowling Center in Riga, Latvia. Anders "Linus" Öhman of Sweden (left) and Tanya Petty (right) of Germany are the defending champions.

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