Garlando World Ch. Series - Results

The second World Championship Series event in the 2011 ITSF Tour took place in Oberwart, Austria, from July 28th to 31st and was played on the Garlando table.

We are pleased to announce that the following players have qualified for the World Championships which will take place in France on January 5th to 8th, 2012:

In Open Singles:

1. Frédéric COLLIGNON (BEL)
2. Jamal ALLALOU (GER)
3. Kevin HUNDSTORFER (AUT)



In Women’s Singles:

1. Verena ROHRER (AUT)



In Junior Singles:

1. Marcel SCHRÖTER (SUI)



And in Senior Singles:

1. Dave ZIEMANN (GBR)



List of already qualified players for the World Championships.


In the National Teams’ Competition, the best players of each country competed in a series of Singles and Doubles matches, in order to determine the best national team on the Garlando table.

We are pleased to announce that in the Men’s event, the 3 winners are:

1. GERMANY
2. HUNGARY
3. AUSTRIA



And in the Women’s event, the 3 winners are:

1. POLAND
2. HUNGARY
3. SWITZERLAND



Full Results

World Rankings

World Rankings of Nations – Men’s
World Rankings of Nations – Women’s


The next World Championship Series tournament will take place in Hochsauerland, Germany, on September 15th to 18th. It will be played on Leonhart tables.

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