Costa Rica International Series

The second tournament in the International Series event category, the Campeonato Internacional, took place from July 21st to 24th, 2011, in San Jose, Costa Rica.
It was played on the Fireball table.


At these tournaments players are awarded important points and the Open Singles winner of each International Series tournament is automatically qualified for the World Championships which will take place in France on January 5th to 8th, 2012.


We are pleased to announce that US Tony SPREDEMAN is the winner in the Open Singles category and has thus qualified for the World Championships.
Spredeman is currently ranked first in the Open Singles world rankings.


List of already qualified players for the World Championships.
This list is updated each time more players qualify and will be finalized at the end of the 2011 ITSF Tour, on October 31st, 2011, when the last event in the Tour has taken place.


In the Open Doubles competition, Spredeman also took first place with British partner Joe Hamilton.


The winner of the Women’s Singles is Costa Rican Lorena SCHIFFMANN VASQUEZ.


Full results


The next event in the International Series tournament category will take place in Dallas/Grapevine, Texas, USA, on September 1-5.

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