Bruck welcomes the world elite for the 2nd time

Fürstenfeldbruck – The ICO German Open 2018 took place in Fürstenfeldbruck from 19.-21.10.18 The Wittelsbacher Halle hosted athletes from fourteen nations for three days to compete for the German Open title. Following the success of last year’s German Open in Fürstenfeldbruck, Charly Knobling was encouraged to secure the biggest international crossminton tournament in Germany in …

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Sixth edition of the ICO Nations Cup competition’s Final tournament was played this weekend in Slovenian capital-of-beer city Laško. Four nations – France, Slovakia, Czech Republic and Slovenia – were battling for the glory and it was Czech Republic that took the winner’s trophy home.

Czech Open in Brno Brought the Title for Myhailo Mandryk and Lori Škerl

Czech Open (1000 pts) welcomed 203 players from 15 nations (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Poland, Hungary, Serbia, Croatia, Belgium, Germany, Russia, Latvia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Sweden, Switzerland). Masters was played on 13 courts for adult categories (Saturday from 3 p.m. 19 courts) and 12 courts for younger categories on Sunday. The lunch and refreshments was prepared for all players. Semifinal and final matches had head empires and line empires. Winner in each category received the medal, a cup, protein from tournament sponsor WE FOOD and the crossminton racket BLADE PM. For the finalists and semifinalists the medals and protein were prepared. In Open Division and Female players won price money.

ICO Speedminton Youth European Championship in Brno

Brno hosted the Youth European Championship 2018 at the end of September. 42 players from 11 nations (Czech, Slovak, Hungary, Latvia, Germany, Serbia, Slovenia, Croatia, Belgium, Lithuania, Poland) were fighting for European titles in 5 categories. The tournament was played on 10 crossminton courts in a Tennis and Badminton sports arena Sprint in Brno, Czech Republic.

European Championships

196 participants from 15 different nations battled for medals in 13 categories. The nation with the most gold medals was Czech Republic, with gold in the following Open Division, Open Double, Female single and Female U18.

The tournament was played on 15 crossminton courts, all under the same roof in a big handball arena at Skien Fritidspark, the greatest area for sport facilities in all of Norway. Most of the players used the Accommodation At Fritidsparken hotel, just 100 meters away from the courts.