Results 2018

FRIDAY/SATURDAY RESULTS

Senior Women

       

Rank

Name

Country   Total Score World Record
1. Marina Yamaguchi Japan   58.9  
2. María Eugenia Plaza Mexico   57.9  
3. Erika Gonzalez del Pliego Revilla Mexico   56.2  
4. Natalia Knysheva Russia   54.7  
5. Sandra Jung Germany   53.2  
6. Oona Kivelä Finland   52.0  
7. Anna von Hoyningen Huene Canada   51.7  
8. Noémi Marosvölgyi Hungary   50.7  
9. Alessandra Rancan Brazil   50.2  
10. Svetlana Nikonova Russia   47.2  
11. Lydia Kollia Stavroula Greece   46.8  
12. Elise Dahl-Hansen Norway   46.4  
13. Noemi Basile Italy   46.2  
14. Lea Roth Germany   45.2  
15. Réka Bökfi Hungary   42.9  
16. Isa Lopez Frias Spain    42.9  
17. Zuzanna Kijanowska Poland   42.7  
18. Dineke Minten Nertherlands   42.4  
19. Luciana Onargo Brazil   41.9  
20. Kanako Suda Japan   39.7  
21. Sandra Toro Colombia   38.9  
22. Julie Fowler South Africa   38.8  
23. Marta Haliniak Poland   38.7  
24. Lisann Lumet Estonia   37.5  
25. Irina Delevaque Romania   36.8  
26. Soledad Seara Argentina   35.9  
27. Anna Palou Spain   35.0  
28. Clara Jonsson Sweden   33.8  
29. Tine Poullet Belgium   33.7  
30. Bjørg Margrethe Granly  Norway   33.3  
31. Aude Ravey Switzerland   33.2  
32. Belinda van Ommen Netherlands   32.9  
33. Neta Lee Levy Israel   31.9  
34. Ingrid Lauroz France   31.4  
35. Romana Zahalkova Czech Republic   31.2  
36. Geissa Peralta Venezuela    29.5  
37. Jenni Multisilta Finland   28.0  
38. Kely Alvarez Colombia   27.4  
39. Xing Si Qian China   26.3  
40. Hila Hassidim Israel   24.8  
41. Jasmine Scheffel USA   22.5  
42. Silvia Schweiger Austria   17.3  
43. Zhang Yu Meng China   10.3  
Senior Men        

Rank

Name

Country   Total Score World Record
1. Vecislavs Ruza Sweden   62.5  
2. Moisés Ahumada Reyes Mexico   61.7  
3. Filipe Saboia Brazil   52.3  
4. Jiang Lei China   50.5  
5. Guillherme Ambrósio Brazil   47.8  
6. Denis Terrones Spain   45.6  
7. Carlos Corro Mexico   41.3  
8. Kazuya Naka Japan   36.4  
9. William Prieto Colombia   34.4  
10. Julio Marin Clevel Colombia   33.4  
11. Sondre Heimlid Norway   31.9  
12. Filiberto Isculpi Spain   31.8  
13. Nick Kramer Germany   28.9  
14. Roman Konanchuk Germany   21.9  
15. Jonathan Manzanares USA   20.7  
16. Alexander Shakirov Russia   20.4  
17. Máté Efraim Kovács Hungary   8.6  
18. Joao Afonso Portugal   8.0  
Masters 40+ Women        

Rank

Name

Country   Total Score World Record
1. Irina Vorobyeva Spain   42.9  
2. Masako Akao Japan   42.6  
3. Akiko Hamada Japan   39.7  
4. Erika Ortega  Mexico    39.2  
5. Raquel Ballesta Spain   34.6  
6. Ryoko Ibaraki New Zealand   33.6  
7. Svetlana Podolskaya Russia   30.0  
8. Laure Quiquempois Brazil   29.7  
9. Celine Reverchon Switzerland   28.5  
10. Wiebke Schröder Germany   27.6  
11. Sandra Kensy Germany   26.1  
12. Fong Man Wai Hong Kong   25.9  
13. Maura Lourdes Gasca Cuevas Mexico   24.6  
14. Floortje Rodermans Netherlands   24.6  
15. Lucie Garbienova Czech Republic   22.8  
16 Monica Hernandez Zamora Netherlands   22.0  
17. Patricia Goussens Belgium   21.6  
18. Ana Looser Romania   20.3  
19. Virginia Tarabella Italy   19.4  
20. Sandrine Taravel France   19.2  
21. Agnieszka Borkowska Poland   16.7  
22. Ila Reed USA   11.8  
23. Keri Graham UK   7.8  
Masters 40+ Men      

Rank

Name

Country Total Score World Record
1. Sergio Chan Mexico 39.3 39.3
2. Seiichi Yamazaki Japan 21.3  
3. Sami Huhtakallio Finland 20.7  
4. Takashi Minami Japan 15.0  
Masters 50+ Women      

Rank

Name

Country Total Score World Record
1. Yvonne Haug Germany 44.8  
2. Mika Higuchi Japan 41.3  
3. Renee Payton USA 40.1  
4. Nora Susana Ordoñez Lopez Mexico 33.7  
5. Ivana Ferdinandova Czech Republic 28.7  
6. Edgai dos Reis Gallego Brazil 26.4  
7. Gyöngyi Bódi Tiborné Hungary 20.7  
8. Monica van Beek Netherlands 17.7  
9. Wu Jian Rong China 15.7  
10. Sally Drake UK 14.4  
11. Leung Suk Fong Peggy Hong Kong 10.0  
12. Martha Zwemer USA 9.6  
Masters 50+ Men        

Rank

Name

Country   Total Score World Record
1. Yoshichika Kugimiya Japan   23.1  
2. Fabian Scarano Denmark   12.6  
3. Juan Luis Oubel Barba Spain   6.4  
Junior Girls        

Rank

Name

Country   Total Score World Record
1. Aleksandra Makarova Russia   52.4 52.4
2.

Anzhelika Mikutaitis

Russia   49.7  
3. Lucia Sanchez Rangel Colombia   45.0  
4. Zoë Timmermans Netherlands   43.3  
5. Annika Winkler Germany   42.6  
6. Irini Babuin Greece   41.4  
7. Oceane Samuel France   39.4  
8. Montserrat Lara Mexico   38.9  
9. Noemie Arifi Switzerland   38.4  
10. Nikou Kai Japan   36.6  
11. Demi Brama Netherlands   36.0  

12.

Alessia Orlandini Italy   33.9  
13. Camile Saibert Brazil   32.2  
14. Roni Tami Israel   29.3  
15. Caolina Arlandez Zoyo Spain   27.5  
16. Melanie Teper USA   26.0  
17. Ella Shalit Israel   24.7  
18. Eva Alemany Modol Spain   23.7  
19. Olga Farkas Hungary   21.7  
20. Violetta Li Krygyzstan   14.3  
Junior Boys        

Rank

Name

Country   Total Score World Record
1. Alex Aufderklamm Italy   38.5  
2. Jesús Ávalos Mexico   37.8  
3. Yorge Alvarez Venezuela   27.4  
Novice Girls        

Rank

Name

Country   Total Score World Record
1. Irina Makushina Russia   51.1 51.1
2. Lydia Kanellopoulou Greece   50.7  
3. Sawa Konishi Japan   50.3  
4. Dana Castillo Mexico   50.3  
5. Paige Olson USA   50.1  
6. Romane Moscaritolo Switzerland   48.0  
7. Valentina Gonzalez Cid Chile   47.2  
8. Nayeli García Mexico   46.8  
9. Emilia Moskalenko Ukraine   46.3  
10. Maisa Coutinho Brazil   43.0  
11. Ciari Iwasaki Japan   42.7  
12. Arantza Butron Carrasco Chile   42.5  
13. Alba Parra Spain   42.2  
14. Nicole Aufderklamm Italy   40.1  
15. Viivi Kranni Finland   38.5  
16. Janne Jacobs Netherlands   37.3  
17. Alba Domingo Spain   36.8  
18. Gaia Pinna Italy   36.8  
19. Noa Shuat Israel   36.4  
20. Shaina Gauthier France   35.5  
21. Eden Berditchevsky Israel   35.0  
22. Katja van Houts Netherlands   34.1  
23. Oliwia Predki Poland   32.4  
24. Diana Kulik Germany   32.2  
25. Tylai Pose Switzerland   32.2  
26. Reea Hangasluoma

Finland

  29.4  
27. Dorottya Kata Gera Hungary   28.5  
28. Camila Armas Venezuela   15.4  
Novice Boys        

Rank

Name

Country   Total Score World Record
1. Albert Amores Roig Spain   46.1  
2. Antonio Bercovici Germany   31.7  
Doubles Woman/Woman        

Rank

Name

Country   Total Score World Record
1. Svetlana Nikonova & Ekaterina Abramova Russia   57.7 57.7
2. Ksenia Ivlushkina & Ekaterina Illindeeva Russia   57.1  
3. Maki Mori & Keiko Takemoto Japan   48.3  
4. Jennifer Kascsák & Tifany Lili Makovinyi Hungary   47.0  
5. Alessandra Rancan & Denise Mendes Brazil   46.7  
6. Amanda Drotz & Anki Eriander  Sweden   45.8  
7. Elise Dahl-Hansen & Camilla Haukas Skjeseth Norway   44.5  
8. Amalia Lang & Kayla Lee Burch Germany   43.0  
9. Irina Vorobyeva & Anna Palou Spain   42.4  
10. Suzy Niamut & Dieuwke Hupkes Netherlands   42.1  
11. Agustina Montanari & Sofia Castegnani Argentina   41.7  
12. Albina Kreider & Irina Mauch Germany   41.3  
13. Maria Zevgola & Sofia Miskaki Greece   38.2  
14. Anita Kalewska & Alexsandra Sadowska Poland   37.1  
15. Gaëlle Gander & Aina Cusco Switzerland   36.2  
16. Camille Prenez & Celine Reverchon Switzerland   35.1  
17. Kristyna Ksirova & Lan Phuong Nguyenova Czech Republic    34.7  
18. Eva Oerlemans & Esther Verheijen Netherlands   30.5  
19. Benedetta Rossi & Guilia Rossi Italy   30.4  
20. Manon Vinson & Mathilde Charrezron France   27.6  
21. Therese Karmstrand & Therese Berge Sweden   26.7  
22. Malgorzata Jurczek & Edyta Borchowiec Poland   23.9  
23. Miho Ingaki & Megumi Hibino Japan   22.5  
Doubles Man/Woman        

Rank

Name

Country   Total Score World Record
1. Maria Eugenia Plaza & Sergio Chan Mexico   57.8  
2. Denis Terrones & Maria Gatell Spain   49.0  
3. Sebastian Hernandez & Andrea Chacon Colombia   49.0  
4. Erika Ortega & Carlos Corro Mexico   41.8  
5. Mami Kimura & Javier Ramirez Japan   36.6  
6. Martin Portillo & Macarena Llanir Argentina   33.7  
7. Takashi Minami & Shoko Sonoda Japan   24.4  
Doubles Man/Man        

Rank

Name

Country   Total Score World Record
1. Nick la Gije & Gianmarco Stafanelli Netherlands   41.9 41.9
2. Christian Fernandez & Filipi Camargo Spain   40.8  
Youth Doubles        

Rank

Name

Country   Total Score World Record
1. Sorami Fujioka & Nikou Kai Japan   48.8 48.8
2. Ely Grimaud & Noemie Albin France   35.3  
3. Alma Shauli & Inbar Berditchevsky Israel   26.3  
Junior Doubles        

Rank

Name

Country   Total Score World Record
1. Montserrat Lara & Jesús Ávalos Mexico   39.6 39.6
2. Lior Leder & Ella Shalit Israel   19.8  
3. Bruna Sala & Marta Martin Spain   18.6  
Novice Doubles        

Rank

Name

Country   Total Score World Record
1. Albert Amores & Gala Sabate Spain   44.0 44.0
2. Maeva Argoud & Joanna Didier France   31.6  
3. Alba Parra & Alba Domingo Spain   30.4  
PARA POLE CHAMPIONSHIPS        
PPMP1          

Rank

Name

Country   Total Score World Record
1. Isabel Aguilar Mexico   33.4  
2. Pam Kelham UK   31.1  
3. Therese Moen Heimdal Norway   24.9  
           
PPMP2          
Rank Name Country   Total Score World Record
1. Erin Clark Spain   39.8 39.8
           
PPVI          
Rank Name Country   Total Score World Record
1. Laura Reyes Spain   36.4 36.4
ARTISTIC POLE        
Senior Women        

Rank

Name

Country   Total Score World Record
1. Maud Rietbroek Netherlands   87.2 87.2
2. Dariya Smirnova Russia   77.4  
3. Erika Gonzalez del Pliego Revilla Mexico   71.2  
4. Tatyana Gordiyenko Ukraine   71.0  
5. Melanie Martin South Africa   69.2  
6. Luciana Ongaro Brazil   60.4  
7. Eugenia Tovar Venezuela   59.2  
8. Zhanna Mahlysh Belarus   59.0  
9. Ayano Utsugl Japan   52.6  
10. Alexsandra Vigh Hungary   52.0  
Senior Men        

Rank

Name

Country   Total Score World Record
1. Denis Terrones Spain   85.0  
2. Guilherme Ambrosio Brazil   80.8  
3. Moisés Ahumada Reyes Mexico   79.8  
4. Naoto Araya Japan   77.6  
5. Sebastian Hernandez Callejas Colombia   76.6  
6. Luca Bardino Switzerland   72.8  
7. Jorge Lera Norway   64.8  
Masters 50+ Women        

Rank

Name

Country   Total Score World Record
1. Yvonne Haug Germany   69.0  
2. Gisella Scheuch Peru   65.0  
3. Edgai Gallego Brazil   59.0  
4. Susy Ordoñez Mexico   57.8  
5. Carmen Seinwill Germany   48.2  
Masters 50+ Men        

Rank

Name

Country   Total Score World Record
1. Yoshichika Kugimiya Japan   57.4 57.4
2. Lex Hart Canada   40.2  
3. Olavi  Heino Finland   38.4  
JUNIOR        

Rank

Name

Country   Total Score World Record
1. Alex Aufderklamm Italy   79.4  
2. Demi Brama Netherlands   76.4  
3. Dana Castillo Mexico   71.6  
4. Csenge Szántó Hungary   70.4  
5. Melanie Teper USA   60.2  
6. Kinga Szreder Poland   51.0  
7. Amy Cameron UK   34.8  
Doubles        

Rank

Name

Country   Total Score World Record
1. Maki Mori & Keiko Takemoto Japan   75.4  
2. Anna Valfsson & Slava Ruza Sweden   70.6  
3. Renáta Molnár & Violetta Prokl Hungary   68.2  
4. Maria Eugenia Plaza & Sergio Chan Mexico   68.2  
5. Agata Kocinska & Mateusz Smikiel Poland   66.2  
6. Ingrid Maddalena & Costanzo Marro Italy   64.4  
7. Svetlana Sidorenkova & Elena Evdokimova Russia   62.2  
8. Nooki Berhitoe & Juul de Metz Netherlands   56.8  
9. Alba Molina & Filiph Isculpi Spain   56.6  
ULTRA POLE CHAMPIONSHIPS    
Women      

Rank

Name

Country  
1. Dineke Minten Netherlands  
2. Irina Makushina Russia  
3. Marta Stachowicz Poland  
       
Men      
Rank Name Country  
1. Julio Marin Clevel Colombia  
2. Marco Bassi Italy  
3. Lei Jiang China  
       

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