2nd Open Terme Lasko
From 2005-04-27 to 2005-05-01 in Lasko (Slovenia)


Participation

160 players from 20 countries and 2 continents
Edition: 2
Table of medals
Rank Country 1 2 3
1 Flag of Czech Republic Czech Republic 7 6 3
2 Flag of Austria Austria 5 2 1.5
3 Flag of France France 4 3.5 5.5
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Medals


Men's open singles standing
1 Gold URHAUG Tommy (NORWAY)
2 Silver TAUS Rene (CZECH REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze STEFANU Michal (CZECH REPUBLIC)

Men's open singles standing
1 Gold FRACZYK Stanislaw (AUSTRIA)
2 Silver DE LA BOURDONNAYE Gilles (FRANCE)
3 Bronze ZBORAI Gyula Istvan (HUNGARY)

Men's singles class 1
1 Gold VEVERA Andreas (AUSTRIA)
2 Silver ROCHET Patrick Alain (BELGIUM)
3 Bronze KILGER Walter (GERMANY)

Men's singles class 2
1 Gold RIAPOS Jan (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
2 Silver GRUNKEMEYER Thorsten (GERMANY)
3 Bronze VILSMAIER Otto (GERMANY)

Men's singles class 3
1 Gold KOSCO Jan (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
2 Silver MOLITIERNO Nicola (ITALY)
3 Bronze KESLER Zlatko (SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO)

Men's singles class 4
1 Gold STEFANU Michal (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver MARTIN Emeric (FRANCE)
3 Bronze PINNA Christophe (FRANCE)

Men's singles class 5
1 Gold TAUS Rene (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver URHAUG Tommy (NORWAY)
3 Bronze CETIN Selcuk (GERMANY)

Men's singles class 6
1 Gold BLOK Nico (NETHERLANDS)
2 Silver ROSENMEIER Peter (DENMARK)
3 Bronze JENSEN Michael (DENMARK)

Men's singles class 7
1 Gold FURLAN Andrea (ITALY)
2 Silver HORUT Daniel (CZECH REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze MESSI Stephane (FRANCE)

Men's singles class 8
1 Gold LOICQ Mathieu (BELGIUM)
2 Silver LEDOUX Marc Philippe (BELGIUM)
3 Bronze ROZIER Christophe (FRANCE)

Men's singles class 9
1 Gold FRACZYK Stanislaw (AUSTRIA)
2 Silver HEIJNEN Tonnie (NETHERLANDS)
3 Bronze CIESLAR Jaroslav (CZECH REPUBLIC)

Men's singles class 10
1 Gold DE LA BOURDONNAYE Gilles (FRANCE)
2 Silver PAUGAM Baptiste (FRANCE)
3 Bronze VRBKA Tomas (CZECH REPUBLIC)

Men's teams class 1-2
1 Gold REVUCKY Ratislav (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
1 Gold RIAPOS Jan (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
2 Silver HAJEK Rudolf (AUSTRIA)
2 Silver RUEP Hans (AUSTRIA)
3 Bronze GRUNKEMEYER Thorsten (GERMANY)
3 Bronze VILSMAIER Otto (GERMANY)

Men's teams class 3
1 Gold FINK Harald (AUSTRIA)
1 Gold UNGER Guenter (AUSTRIA)
2 Silver DOLLMANN Manfred (AUSTRIA)
2 Silver KRAMMINGER Egon (AUSTRIA)
3 Bronze WOLF Peter (AUSTRIA)
3 Bronze GEVA Liran (ISRAEL)

Men's teams class 4
1 Gold STEFANU Michal (CZECH REPUBLIC)
1 Gold ZMRZLY Karel (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver MARTIN Emeric (FRANCE)
2 Silver CACI Salvatore (ITALY)
3 Bronze PECHARD Sebastien (FRANCE)
3 Bronze PINNA Christophe (FRANCE)

Men's teams class 5
1 Gold CETIN Selcuk (GERMANY)
1 Gold GOSEMANN Heiko (GERMANY)
1 Gold EREMENKO Alaxey (ISRAEL)
2 Silver HOGSTEDT Patrick (SWEDEN)
2 Silver JOENSSON Thomas (SWEDEN)
3 Bronze DJURASINOVIC Ilija (SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO)
3 Bronze KESLER Zlatko (SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO)

Men's teams class 6
1 Gold JENSEN Michael (DENMARK)
1 Gold ROSENMEIER Peter (DENMARK)
2 Silver BLOK Nico (NETHERLANDS)
2 Silver KERSTEN Harold (NETHERLANDS)
2 Silver PELZER Tom (NETHERLANDS)
3 Bronze DUMONT Benoit (BELGIUM)
3 Bronze SULIGOJ Saso (SLOVENIA)

Men's teams class 7
1 Gold FURLAN Andrea (ITALY)
1 Gold SCAZZIERI Davide (ITALY)
2 Silver HORUT Daniel (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver LAMBERT Zbynek (CZECH REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze KONIG Karl Heinz (GERMANY)
3 Bronze WOLLMERT Jochen (GERMANY)

Men's teams class 8
1 Gold LEDOUX Marc Philippe (BELGIUM)
1 Gold LOICQ Mathieu (BELGIUM)
2 Silver CSEJTEY Richard (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
2 Silver MITAS Miroslav (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze MESSI Stephane (FRANCE)
3 Bronze ROZIER Christophe (FRANCE)

Men's teams class 9
1 Gold FRACZYK Stanislaw (AUSTRIA)
1 Gold GUTDEUTSCH Rene (AUSTRIA)
2 Silver CIESLAR Jaroslav (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver CINIBULK Miroslav (CZECH REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze HEIJNEN Tonnie (NETHERLANDS)
3 Bronze VIJVERBERG Ronald (NETHERLANDS)

Men's teams class 10
1 Gold DE LA BOURDONNAYE Gilles (FRANCE)
1 Gold PAUGAM Baptiste (FRANCE)
2 Silver BRINKMANN Jan (GERMANY)
2 Silver NAU Andreas (GERMANY)
3 Bronze BERECZKI Zsolt (HUNGARY)
3 Bronze ZBORAI Gyula Istvan (HUNGARY)

Women's open singles standing
1 Gold PIVARCIOVA Jitka (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver SIKORA-WEINMANN Monika (GERMANY)
3 Bronze KANOVA Alena (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)

Women's open singles standing
1 Gold MAIRIE Claire (FRANCE)
2 Silver JANECKOVA Jaroslawa (CZECH REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze BELAVIC Jolanda (SLOVENIA)

Women's singles class 1-3
1 Gold PINTAR Mateja (SLOVENIA)
2 Silver KANOVA Alena (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze MADER Doris (AUSTRIA)

Women's singles class 4-5
1 Gold PIVARCIOVA Jitka (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver SIKORA-WEINMANN Monika (GERMANY)
3 Bronze ZORZETTO Valeria (ITALY)

Women's singles class 7-8
1 Gold JANECKOVA Jaroslawa (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver VAN ZON Kelly (NETHERLANDS)
3 Bronze SCHRIJVER Wendy (NETHERLANDS)

Women's singles class 9
1 Gold MAIRIE Claire (FRANCE)
2 Silver ZAPLETALOVA - VESELA Michaela (CZECH REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze BELAVIC Jolanda (SLOVENIA)

Women's teams class 1-3
1 Gold POLLET Marie-line (BELGIUM)
1 Gold FUJIWARA Satoko (JAPAN)
2 Silver RASMUSSEN Lone (DENMARK)
2 Silver SCHIPPMANN Beate (GERMANY)
3 Bronze BRUNELLI Michela (ITALY)
3 Bronze PODDA Clara (ITALY)

Women's teams class 4-5
1 Gold HOEGEMANN Gudrum (GERMANY)
1 Gold SIKORA-WEINMANN Monika (GERMANY)
2 Silver KANOVA Alena (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
2 Silver PILLAROVA Maria (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze PINTAR Mateja (SLOVENIA)
3 Bronze TOMAZIN Mojca (SLOVENIA)

Women's teams class 7-9
1 Gold JANECKOVA Jaroslawa (CZECH REPUBLIC)
1 Gold ZAPLETALOVA - VESELA Michaela (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver SCHRIJVER Wendy (NETHERLANDS)
2 Silver VAN ZON Kelly (NETHERLANDS)
3 Bronze BLAGUS Jadranka (CROATIA)
3 Bronze MAIRIE Claire (FRANCE)