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Zalewska Defends Title

Oliwia Zalewska

Oliwia Zalewska, the 26 year-old Polish player, successfully defended her Turkish Open title, defeating Ana Gradisnik (Slovenia) 7-5 in the championship match. It was Zalewska’s fourth Euro Tour title, adding to wins in Italy (2015), Austria and Turkey in 2019.

Hosted by the Venezia Palace Hotel in Antalya, Turkey, Zalewska got off to the worst possible start to the tournament as she lost her opening match against Elise Qiu (France) which relegated her to the loser’s side of the bracket.

She fought hard though, surviving a hill-hill battle with Veronika Ivanovskaia (Germany) before defeating home hope, Eyllul Kibaroglu in another hill-hill tussle to reach the last four. Another 7-6 win, this time over Kamila Khodjaeva saw her through to the final.

Gradisnik, going for her maiden Euro Tour title following three runners-up finishes, ran undefeated through the event, including a hard-fought win over Russia’s Kristina Tkach to reach the final. However, her unbeaten run came to a halt in the final as she lost 7-5 to
the triumphant Oliwia Zalewska.

In addition to the title, the Polish former WPA World Junior Champion leapfrogs Kristina Tkach to take top spot on the Predator Women’s Euro Tour rankings.

Commented the champion, “I am very delighted about this victory. It’s a pleasure to participate in a tournament in such beautiful place. It’s making me more optimistic and maybe it’s the reason why I took the title in Antalya twice!

“It’s my first time to be classified as number one on the European Women’s Ranking. It’s a big success for me for which I have worked for years.

“My family and friends make me believe in myself and I have big support from them. I have big experience in such tournaments too. So, I learn from match to match how to deal with the pressure”, she added.

The Predator Euro Tour Women reconvenes in Italy on the 27th November for the Treviso Open.

All the matches can be viewed live at www.kozoom.com

Results, live scoring and draw are available at www.epbf.com

Riegler Joins Gradisnik, Tkach, Zalewska and Filler in Ladies Eurotour Single Elimination Board

Anna Riegler, Kristina Tkach, Oliwia Zalewska and Pia Filler

The young Austrian, Anna Riegler, 9-ball Bronze medallist at the recent girls European youth championships, proved her worth by beating the Predator Sankt johann Eurotour winner Anna Gradisnik 7-5 to book her place in Sunday’s single elimination. The jubilant youngster had already beaten France’s Nathalie Rohmer 7-3 before dispatching the Netherlands top player Tamara Rademakers 7-6 in the earlier rounds.

Anna Gradisnik made it through the losers qualification with a win over Norway’s Ine Helvik 7-4 to keep the host nations hopes alive.

After losing her first match today against Germany’s Diana Stateczny, Russia’s Kristina Tkach took the long route to the single elimination winning 3 on the bounce and will appear in the last 16 single elimination starting Sunday at 10:00 local time.

Number 1 seed, Poland’s Oliwia Zalewska enjoyed her taste of Swede, beating Sweden’s Louise Furburg and then Ann-sofie Lofgren to ease into the last 16 as well.

Pia Filler showed that the Filler name is not only reserved for her husband Joshua. After trailing 3-5 & 4-6 against Diana Stateczny, she held her nerve to clinch the win 7-6 but could not cope with the impressive Kristina Grim in the winners qualification match losing 7-5. Pia still crept into the last 16 with a last chance win over fellow German Pro, Christine Steinlage 7-4.

Matches continue Sunday morning at 10:00, watch all the matches live at
www.kozoom.com and follow results and schedule at
https://www.epbf.com/tournaments/eurotour-women/

Ana Gradisnik wins Predator St. Johann i.P. Open 2021

With a fiercely fought 7:5 victory over Pia Filler (GER), Ana Gradisnik (SLO) won the first women’s Euro-Tour after the Covid pandemic, the Predator Sankt Johann im Pongau Open 2021.

The women’s final between Pia Filler and Ana Gradisnik came somewhat unexpectedly. It was the No. 9 against the No. 11 of the current women’s ranking. While higher ranked players like Oliwia Zalewska or Ina Kaplan were eliminated earlier, the two finalists succeeded in reaching the final match. This way was partly very bumpy. In Gradisnik’s semi-final for example, her opponent Kristina Zlateva (BUL) missed the 9-ball at 6:6. A bit of luck, good performances and hard work brought the two opponents to cross swords in the last match of the event. But now into the final.

After a missed shot on the 5-ball, Gradisnik managed to win the first game. In the second rack, Filler missed another easy ball and allowed Gradisnik to take a 2-0 lead. After this rather uncertain start of the German, she had difficulties to find her game. So she attempted to get Gradisnik off the roll a bit in giving her safety positions and long and difficult shots. It worked in rack three since Filler pulled one back from Gradisnik, now trailing 1:2. But it seemed to be a storm in a teacup at first. Gradisnik won the next two consecutive racks as well and advanced to a 4:1 lead. When it rains, it pours! In rack six, Filler broke the pack and she scratched straight into the side pocket. Once again, Gradisnik showed no mercy and snatched another rack off her opponent, extending her lead to 5:1 in a race to 7. Filler did not seem to be able to get a foot on the floor. The more chances Filler left for Gradisnik, the stronger the Slovenian played. In rack seven, Filler managed to seize a point from Gradisnik and set the scoreboard to 2:5 from her view. Was that the turning point in the match? Not according to the liking of Gradisnik. She used the next rack to get on the hill with 6:2 against Filler, having her own break shot coming up in rack nine. But Gradisnik could not close the book on the match yet. Filler took that ninth rack and added the tenth as well to turn the score to 4:6. That added some spice to the match and pressure to Gradisnik. Would she be able to handle the pressure now that she felt in the final match? Her break shot in rack eleven was dry, no balls down, and Filler got to an open table, having a good position on the 1-ball. But Filler ran out of position on the 4-ball. That brought Gradisnik back to the table. Luckily for Filler, she left no shot for Gradisnik. However, Gradisnik answered with a great resafe which Filler missed. Again, lady luck was on the side of the German. She hid the cue ball unintentionally behind the 8-ball, again leaving no shot for Gradisnik. An exchange of safety shots followed. Now it seemed that Gradisnik was struggling. While Filler closed in on her, Gradisnik felt the heat and committed some mistakes. Finally, in rack twelve, Gradisnik benefitted from another missed shot from Filler and took the rack and the match with 7:5 to deservedly win her first women’s Euro-Tour title.

“I was so nervous entering this final it was unbelievable”, stated Gradisnik after the final. “This is my first Euro-Tour victory. I have already lost three times in the finals and this time, I really needed to win”, she added. When asked about her preparation, Gradisnik said: “I could not really practice a lot since I had a back injury which only allowed me to keep in shape playing a bit of table tennis”, Gradisnik explained. “So I actually saw this event as a preparation for the next Euro-Tour which is in my home country, Slovenia, later on this year. This is where I put my focus on and I want to perform well there in front of my people”. “I think this victory here will give me a huge boost and I will now practice a lot to perform to the best in the next event”, Gradisnik mentioned.

Predator St. Johann im Pongau Open 2021
Top Eight Players
1. Ana Gradisnik SLO
2. Pia Filler GER
3. Amalia Matas ESP
Kristina Zlateva BUL
5. Eylül Kibaroglu TUR
Lena Primus AUT
Chantal Stadler GER
Monika Zabek POL

Top Four Ladies Present Themselves In Top Form in Antalya

Kateryna Polovinchuk, Ana Gradisnik and Kristina Tkach

The four top seeded athletes at the Predator Antalya Open 2019 presented themselves today in top form.
 
Kristina Tkach (RUS), the #1 seeded player has shown no mercy with her opponents today so far. First, she overpowered Aleksandra Guleikova (RUS) 7:1, then she defeated Sinem Kokten (TUR) 7:3. None of her opponents had a realistic chance during their respective matches. Tkach has booked her seat in the single elimination stage of the last 16 player which will be played tomorrow morning at 10:00 local time.
 
Tkach is joined by #2 seed Marharyta Fefilava (BLR). The Belarussian stormed off today to a 7:0 victory over Lynn Pijpers (NED) and 7:2 over birthday girl Yvonne Ullmann-Hybler (GER). Ana Gradisnik (SLO) and Kateryna Polovinchuk (UKR) were the next two seeded players who also took clear victories today. A remarkable fact is that out of the eight players who made it to the single elimination over the winner’s round, four are from Germany. Pia Filler, Melanie Suessenguth, Tina Vogelmann and Diana Stateczny (all GER) complete the list of the contestants who booked their seat in the round of the last 16 over the winner’s side.
 
The matches for tomorrow are:
Kristina Tkach RUS v Veronika Ivanovskaia GER
Pia Filler GER v Veronika Hubrtova CZE
Melanie Suessenguth GER v Ine Helvik NOR
Kateryna Polovinchuk UKR v Oliwia Zalewska POL
Ana Gradisnik SLO v Christine Steinlage GER
Diana Stateczny GER v Ina Kaplan GER
Tina Vogelmann GER v Tamara Peeters NED
Marharyta Fefilava BLR v Kamila Khodjaeva BEL
 
The Predator Antalya Open 2019 will continue tomorrow morning at 10:00 local time.
 
Every day, up to two matches will be streamed LIVE over the EPBF Facebook page and on the EPBF YouTube channel. Check for updates and announcements.
 
The Predator Antalya Open are played in the Limak Atlantis Resort in Belek, Turkey, on up to 20 tables which are all streamed LIVE throughout the whole event. In order to be able to follow all the action LIVE, premium membership can be obtained at www.kozoom.com. Once a premium membership is held, all events for the respective period of time can be viewed LIVE. Additionally, a huge video gallery is contained in the website.
 
The event is hosted by the European Governing Body for Pool, the European Pocket Billiard Federation (EPBF) and organized by International Billiard Promotion (IBP). For further information and reference please go to the federation website www.womeneurotouronline.com or visit us on Facebook for regular news clips or contact our press office press@epbf.com.

Czuprynska Victorious at Predator Klagenfurt Open 2019

Oliwia Czuprynska

Oliwia Czuprynska (POL) has won the Predator Klagenfurt Open 2019 with a 7:5 victory over Marharyta Fefilava (BLR) in the final match.
 
Probably the biggest surprise of the day were the results of the semi-final matches. Both favourites have not lived up to their expectations and were eliminated by their respective opponents. Ranking leader Kristina Tkach (RUS) lost 3:7 to Fefilava while hometown hero Jasmin Ouschan (AUT) was defeated with 6:7 by Czuprynska after the fell out of position on the 7-ball in the deciding rack. So the final match between Czuprynska and Fefilava was everything but expected. Czuprynska started very strong in the final match. She forced a foul shot on Fefilava and cleared the rack to get to a 1:0 lead. Rack 2 was then taken by Fefilava after Czuprynska came up with a poor safety shot. The next rack went almost alike but with the better outcome for Czuprynska this time. after three racks played, Czuprynska had a 2:1 lead over Fefilava. In rack 4, Czuprynska committed the first mistake which was used by Fefilava to snatch the rack again to get to 2:2. Both contestants performed at a very high level in that stage of the match. In rack five however, Czuprynska again committed an unforced error which indicated that her focus was not 100% perfect anymore. Maybe the victory over Ouschan one round earlier took too much power out of her. While Czuprynska showed some weakness, Fefilava stayed in the zone and got a slight advantage over the Polish. But she could not capitalise from Czuprynska’s mistakes and consequently, Czuprynska took another point into her account and led the match with 3:2. In rack six, Czuprynska was almost there when she dogged the 7-ball and gave the rock away to Fefilava. Instead of leading 4:2 the match was now again tied at 3:3. Whatever happened after that rack, it was not to Fefilava’s liking. The Polish dominated the match completely and ran away with 6:3 after nine racks, being on the hill. But Fefilava did not want to let go her chance to win this event. She pulled two racks back from Czuprynska to get to 5:6 and then went for her time-out. After that, Czuprynska still stood tall and won the next rack which brought her the match and the victory of the tournament. „I just got married last week“, stated Czuprynska after the final, „maybe that gave me extra strength and made me play better“ Czuprynska added with a smile.
 
Top Eight Finishers
 
1. Oliwia Czuprynska POL
2. Marharyta Fefilava BLR
3. Kristina Tkach RUS
    Jasmin Ouschan AUT
5. Louise Furberg SWE
    Ana Gradisnik SLO
    Kristina Zlateva BUL
    Melanie Suessenguth GER
 
That concludes the coverage of the Predator Klagenfurt Open 2019.
 
The Predator Klagenfurt Open were played in the Sportpark Klagenfurt Arena in Klagenfurt, Austria, on up to 20 tables which were all streamed LIVE throughout the whole event. In order to be able to follow all the action LIVE, premium membership can be obtained at www.kozoom.com. Once a premium membership is held, all events for the respective period of time can be viewed LIVE. Additionally, a huge video gallery is contained in the website.
 
The event was hosted by the European Governing Body for Pool, the European Pocket Billiard Federation (EPBF) and organised by International Billiard Promotion (IBP). For further information and reference please go to the federation website www.womeneurotouronline.com or visit us on Facebook for regular news clips or contact our press office press@epbf.com.

Tkach and Ouschan on their way at Predator Klagenfurt Open

Kristina Tkach (left) and Jasmin Ouschan

The two top ranked players of the EPBF Euro-Tour rankings, Kristina Tkach (RUS) and Jasmin Ouschan (AUT) are right on track at the Predator Klagenfurt Open 2019.
 
#1 ranked player Kristina Tkach had no problems in her first match. She wiped the floor with her opponent Milena Murha (BLR) and easily won the match 7:1. Her second match was definitely more of a challenge. She faced Ine Helvik (NOR) and managed to overpower the Norwegian with 7:5 needing a lot more performance and action than in her first round match. Jasmin Ouschan had two walks in the park today. She took down fellow countrywoman Lena Primus (AUT) 7:2 and the Diana Stateczny (GER) 7:1 to book her seat in the round of the last 16 players single elimination.
 
Other remarkable results from today include Kamila Khodjaeva (BEL) winning 7:5 over Marharyta Fefilava (BLR) with 7:5 in the first winner’s round. Then, Kamila Khodjaeva fell for Kristina Zlateva (BUL) with 3:7 in the next round.
 
Last 16 Single elimination
 
Kristina Tkach RUS v Diana Stateczny GER
Monika Margeta SWE v Lousie Furberg SWE
Veronika Ivanovskaia GER v Marharyta Fefilava BLR
Ana Gradisnik SLO v Pia Filler GER
Kristina Zlateva BUL v Ina Kaplan GER
Oliwia Czuprynska POL v Tamara Peeters NED
Melanie Suessenguth GER v Kamila Khodjaeva BEL
Jasmin Ouschan AUT v Monika Zabek POL
 
Tomorrow, the Predator Klagenfurt Open 2019 will begin at 10:00 CET with matches from the last 16 players single elimination. The final match is scheduled for 16:30 CET.
 
Every day, up to two matches will be streamed LIVE over the EPBF Facebook page and on the EPBF YouTube channel. Check for updates and announcements.
 
The Predator Klagenfurt Open are played in the Sportpark Klagenfurt Arena in Klagenfurt, Austria, on up to 20 tables which are all streamed LIVE throughout the whole event. In order to be able to follow all the action LIVE, premium membership can be obtained at www.kozoom.com. Once a premium membership is held, all events for the respective period of time can be viewed LIVE. Additionally, a huge video gallery is contained in the website.
 
The event is hosted by the European Governing Body for Pool, the European Pocket Billiard Federation (EPBF) and organized by International Billiard Promotion (IBP). For further information and reference please go to the federation website www.womeneurotouronline.com or visit us on Facebook for regular news clips or contact our press office press@epbf.com.

Predator Klagenfurt Open Women Euro-Tour All Set

The next stop of the Women’s Euro-Tour, the Predator Klagenfurt Open 2019 are all set and ready to go.
 
43 women athletes from all over Europe are arriving into Klagenfurt today to gather together for their player’s meeting tonight at 21:00 CET in the Klagenfurt Sports Arena. #1 ranked player Kristina Tkach (RUS) is joined on the participant’s list by other well known names such as Jasmin Ouschan (AUT), local hero from Klagenfurt and part of the organisation team. Marharyta Fefilava (BLR) as well as Ana Gradisnik (SLO) complete the list of the European top ranked players who are all in attendance here in Klagenfurt this weekend. The top spot of the rankings is very likely to be conquered by Ouschan after this event since Tkach is only leading by 40 points but she will lose a first place finish from last year in Braga whereas Ouschan will not lose any points.
 
Tomorrow, the Predator Klagenfurt Open 2019 will begin at 09:00 CET.
 
Every day, up to two matches will be streamed LIVE over the EPBF Facebook page and on the EPBF YouTube channel. Check for updates and announcements.
 
The Predator Klagenfurt Open are played in the Sportpark Klagenfurt Arena in Klagenfurt, Austria, on up to 20 tables which are all streamed LIVE throughout the whole event. In order to be able to follow all the action LIVE, premium membership can be obtained at www.kozoom.com. Once a premium membership is held, all events for the respective period of time can be viewed LIVE. Additionally, a huge video gallery is contained in the website.
 
The event is hosted by the European Governing Body for Pool, the European Pocket Billiard Federation (EPBF) and organized by International Billiard Promotion (IBP). For further information and reference please go to the federation website www.womeneurotouronline.com or visit us on Facebook for regular news clips or contact our press office press@epbf.com.

Tkach Dominates The Predator Women’s Treviso Open

Ana Gradisnik and Kristina Tkach

Kristina Tkach, Russia’s golden girl, cemented her place as Europe’s number one with a dominant performance at the inaugural Predator Women’s Eurotour here in Treviso Italy. After cruising through to the semi-finals, she overcame a scare as Slovenia’s Ana Gradisnik led 6-5 and looked to be reaching her first ever final when a small mistake allowed Kristina to level the score at 6-6. Needing only one more rack, Ana had another chance to beat Kristina but when she missed the six-ball, it sealed her fate and allowed Kristina to finish the match and enter the final arena. Kristina’s opponent in the final, Belarusian Marharyta Fefilava who was ranked third in Europe was sensing a weakness or maybe fatigue as Kristina spent the previous weeks collecting gold medals at the European Championships, but it wasn’t to be. Kristina came flying out of the blocks taking a 5-1 lead and seemed on course for another gold but Marharyta fought back admirably. Marharyta pulled back rack after rack and got very close but when the score was at 6-5 to Kristina, she made an error that proved costly and Kristina went on to claim the crown and become the inaugural Predator women’s Eurotour champion and has now amassed an amazing seven European  tour titles in her young career already.
 
Results and rankings can be found at www.epbf.com The event is hosted by the European Governing Body for Pool, the European Pocket Billiard Federation (EPBF) and organized by International Billiard Promotion (IBP). For further information and reference please go to the federation website or visit us on Facebook for regular news clips or contact our press office press@epbf.com.

Top Guns On Track In Women’s Euro Tour Event

Ana Gradisnik (left) and Monika Zabek

The top-trio of the European Women’s Ranking have made it to the single elimination stage of the Predator Treviso Open 2019 in Treviso, Italy.
 
Kristina Tkach (RUS) took down Veronika Ivanovskaia (GER) 7:3 while Jasmin Ouschan (AUT) had to go over the full distance with Kristina Jaeger (GER). After 13 racks, Ouschan crossed the winning line first with 7:6. Marharyta Fefilava (BLR) won her match with Iza Lacka (POL) quite comfortable with 7:4.
 
In an earlier match, Ana Gradisnik (SLO) met Eylul Kibaroglu (TUR) in the winner’s qualification round. That match started out quite exciting with good quality shots and decent strategy play. It was Gradisnik who committed more mistakes and she got punished for it by Kibaroglu time after time. The Turkish was already on the hill, leading 6:3 when she only had the 8-ball and the 9-ball on the table. She mispositioned the cue ball and hid it behind the 9-ball, not able to play the 8-ball. That was the turning point in the match. She gave that rack to Gradisnik who then went for her time-out. When she was back at the table, Gradisnik’s play had improved a bit while it was now Kibaroglu who committed many mistakes. Consequently, Gradisnik pulled back rack after rack from her and got to the hill at 6:6. It was Kibaroglu’s break shot and she again had chances to win the match. But again she made mistakes and allowed Gradisnik to snatch that rack from her. Gradisnik won 7:6 which booked her a seat in the single elimination round of the final 16 players in the Predator Treviso Open Women’s Euro-Tour.
 
In the first loser’s round, Monika Zabek (POL) lost her match by a hair’s breadth to Francesco Garlatti (ITA) with 6:7.
 
The Predator Treviso Open will commence tomorrow at 09:00 CET with matches from the first loser’s round.
 
The Predator Treviso Open are played in the Best Western BHR Hotel in Treviso, Italy, on 24 tables which are all streamed LIVE throughout the whole event. In order to be able to follow all the action LIVE, premium membership can be obtained at www.kozoom.com. Once a premium membership is held, all events for the respective period of time can be viewed LIVE. Additionally, a huge video gallery is contained in the website.
 
The event is hosted by the European Governing Body for Pool, the European Pocket Billiard Federation (EPBF) and organized by International Billiard Promotion (IBP). For further information and reference please go to the federation website www.womeneurotouronline.com or visit us on Facebook for regular news clips or contact our press office press@epbf.com.

9-Ball Titles Awarded At The Final Day Of The European Championships

Ouschan, Tahti, Gorst and Labutis

The last day of the Dynamic Billard European Championships 2019 saw the finals in the 9-ball individuals in all four divisions. The titles were grabbed by Fedor Gorst (RUS), Jasmin Ouschan (AUT), Pijus Labutis (LTU) and Jouni Tahti (FIN).
 
Fedor Gorst had a thriller against Joshua Filler (GER) in the men’s 9-ball division. Both player performed tremendously well throughout the event and deserved their spot in the final match. Gorst was always ahead of Filler whose break let him down big time in the match. But the German  struck back whenever he could and kept the match open for a long time. Then Gorst got some momentum and went on the hill, taking a nice 8:4 lead over Filler. But one of „Killer Filler’s“ most important talents is that he keeps his nerves together and plays rock solid even when under fire. Filler took some racks off Gorst since the Russian himself had some problems with his break shot in the latter part of the match. Filler even got to the hill and created an 8:8 situation. The heat was on for both players with Gorst having the break shot. He had 2 balls down and an open layout. From there, Filler never got back to the table and Gorst sneaked past the winning line, taking the match with 9:8 over brave Filler.
 
Top 8 9-ball Men
1. Fedor Gorst RUS
2. Joshua Filler GER
3. Tomasz Kaplan POL
    Kim Laaksonen FIN
5. Edmond Zaja ALB
    Ruslan Chinakhov RUS
    Zoran Svilar SRB
    Mario He AUT
 
The women’s final match between Jasmin Ouschan and Nataliya Seroshtan (RUS) turned into a demolition for the Russian. Ouschan determined the match from the start to her liking and Seroshtan could not get a foot on the floor. Having in mind that Ouschan was far below her expectations during this championship, she played up to her standard in the final match and handed a whitewash to Seroshtan with 7:0.
 
Top 8 9-ball Women
1. Jasmin Ouschan AUT
2. Nataliya Seroshtan RUS
3. Vivien Schade GER
    Ana Gradisnik SLO
5. Elise Qiu NED
    Veronika Ivanovskaia GER
    Oliwia Czuprynska POL
    Kristina Zlateva BUL
 
In the Under 23 division, Pijus Labutis was the favoured player over Oliver Szolnoki since he had already taken a title in 8-ball earlier this week. Though Szolnoki performed quite convincing, Labutis was a bit ahead of him because of his focus being set on another title. 9:7 was the final result that brought the second title for Labutis for this week.
 
Top 8 9-ball Under 23
1. Pijus Labutis LTU
2. Oliver Szolnoki HUN
3. Casper Matikainen FIN
    Aleksa Pecelj SRB
5. Vitaliy Patsura UKR
    Osman Sanlisoy TNC
    Samet Degirmanci TUR
    Jan Van Lierop NED
 
In the wheelchair division, all-time favoured Jouni Tahti wasted no time with his opponent Fred Dinsmore. He simply outplayed the Irish and took the match pretty easy with 7:1.
 
Top 8 9-ball Wheelchair
1. Jouni Tahti FIN
2. Fred Dinsmore IRL
3. Matej Brajkovic SLO
    Tony Southern GBR
5. Kurt Deklerck BEL
    Henrik Larsson SWE
    Leszek Blumczynski POL
    Roy Kimberley GBR
 
The final medal table displays Russia as the winner of the event, having won 3 Gold Medals, 2 Silver Medals and 2 Bronze Medals. Runner-Up is Poland with 2 Gold, 1 Silver and 4 Bronze Medals with Finland coming in third with 2 Gold Medals, 1 Silver Medal and 3 Bronze medals.
 
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1. RUS 3 2 2 7
2. POL 2 1 4 7
3. FIN 2 1 3 6
4. LTU 2     2
5. AUT 1 2 2 5
6. POR 1   1 2
  SUI 1   1 2
  SWE 1   1 2
9. ALB 1     1
  ESP 1     1
11. GER   3 3 6
12. GBR   1 3 4
13. IRL   1 1 2
  NED   1 1 2
15. HUN   1   1
  LAT   1   1
  UKR   1   1
18. BLR     2 2
  SLO     2 2
20. BIH     1 1
  BUL     1 1
  FRA     1 1
  SRB     1 1
 
That concludes the coverage of the 2019 Dynamic Billard European Championships for Men, Women, Under 23 and Wheelchair Athletes from Treviso, Italy. We will be back tomorrow with more news from the upcoming Euro-Tour events for Men and Women.
 
The Championships were played on 24 tables which are all streamed LIVE throughout the whole event. In order to be able to follow all the action LIVE, premium membership can be obtained at www.kozoom.com. Once a premium membership is held, all events for the respective period of time can be viewed LIVE. Additionally, a huge video gallery is contained in the website.
 
The event is hosted by the European Governing Body for Pool, the European Pocket Billiard Federation (EPBF) and organized by International Billiard Promotion (IBP). For further information and reference please go to the federation website www.epconline.eu or visit us on Facebook for regular news clips or contact our press office press@epbf.com.