• jdyer

More WPC results

Thomas Snyder has posted the second half of his WPC report.

It confirms the individual rankings were Ulrich 1st, Mehmet 2nd, and Roger 3rd. Also:

The US maintained its strong showing of past years to claim its 11th team title with Japan in 2nd followed by the Czech Republic. Given how all Americans were in the playoffs and the highest Czech was tied with Zack (and booted by a tiebreaker), I’m amazed at the strong Czech showing. They did phenomenal in the team rounds to overtake the Germans.
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Play off results

From this post again:

Play-off da

1.Almanya-Ulrich Voight 16:01,
2.Türkiye-Mehmet Murat Sevim 9:28,
3.Amerika-Roger Barkan 3:20 süre kala yarýþmayý tamamlamýþlar.

I can't read Turkish so I can't confirm exactly what this is referring to, but I presume it is time remaining at finish for the three finalists.
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WPC score update and report

From this post:

[Note based on Thomas Snyder's report these seem to be the day 1 results. I haven't been able to find day 2 yet.]

1. Hideaki Jo - Japan - 554
2. Pal Madarassy - Hungary - 553
3. Thomas Snyder - US - 553
4. Mehmet Murat Sevim - Turkey - 549
5. Stefan Gaspar - Slovakia - 548
6. Michael Ley - Germany - 539
7. Ulrich Voigt - Germany - 532
8. Rick Uppelschoten - Holland - 524
9. Aline Koch - France - 514
10. Peter Hudak - Slovakia - 510

1. Germany - 2637
2. US - 2542
3. Japan - 2507
4. Hungary - 2500
5. Czech Republic - 2374

Thomas Snyder has posted a WPC report here.