2015 ITSF World Cup : Full Results

End of the 8th edition of the ITSF World Cup that was held in Turin (Italy).  More than 3500 matches took place over the 5 days competition with an exceptional participation of more than 600 players coming from 34 countries.

Despite the performance of Luxembourg beating the 2014 World Champion USA during the penalty shoutout , Germany won the race of medals with 5 golds, 3 Silver and 5 bronze. Austria comes 2nd and Belgium 3rd.

2015 ITSF World Cup full results :

World Championships

Men Singles World Champion : Kevin HUNDSTORFER (AUT)

Women Singles World Champion : Marina TABAKOVIC (AUT)

Senior Singles World Champion : Klaus GOTTESLEBEN (GER)

Junior Singles World Champion : Marvin VELASCO (GER)

Disabled Singles World Champion : Fabio CASSANELLI (ITA)

 

Men Doubles World Champion : Bruno GONCALVES (LUX) - Yannick CORREIA (LUX)

Women Doubles World Champion : Maria STEINAA (DEN) - Lea KVISTGAARD (DEN)

Senior Doubles World Champion : Tony BACON (USA) - Brendan FLAHERTY (USA)

Junior Doubles World Champion : Nico WOHLGEMUTH (GER) - Marc STOFFEL (GER)

Disabled Doubles World Champion : Michael VAN HOUTTE (BEL) - Michael SMULDERS (BEL)

 

World Cup

Men Division 1

1- Luxembourg

2- USA

3- Germany

 

Men Division 2

1- Poland

2- Slovakia

3- Russia

 

Women

1- France

2- Austria

3- Denamrk

 

Senior

1- Germany

2- Austria

3- USA

 

Junior

1- Germany

2- France

3- Czech Republic

 

Disabled

1- Belgium

2- Germany

3- Italy

 

We are pleased to announce that the next ITSF World Cup will take place in Hamburg (Germany) in 2017.

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