Czech Open 1999
From 1999-04-28 to 1999-05-02 in Ostrava (Czech Republic)


Participation

149 players from 23 countries .
Edition: 2
Table of medals
Rank Country 1 2 3
1 Flag of Czech Republic Czech Republic 6 1 1
2 Flag of France France 5 4 5
3 Flag of Germany Germany 3 2 4
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Medals


Men's open singles standing
1 Gold KARABEC Ivan (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver ANDERSSON Fredrik (SWEDEN)
3 Bronze HSU Chih-shan (CHINESE TAIPEI)
3 Bronze BADER Robert (SWEDEN)

Men's singles class 6
1 Gold KOWALSKI Miroslav (POLAND)
2 Silver SCHMIDT Rainer (GERMANY)
3 Bronze NIELSEN Brian (DENMARK)
3 Bronze ARNOLD Daniel (GERMANY)

Men's singles class 7
1 Gold WOLLMERT Jochen (GERMANY)
2 Silver MESSI Stephane (FRANCE)
3 Bronze HOPE David (GREAT BRITAIN)

Men's singles class 8
1 Gold VALERA Alvaro (SPAIN)
2 Silver SCHURRER Karl (AUSTRIA)
3 Bronze HUDARIN Dirk (GERMANY)
3 Bronze SCHMITT Tomas (GERMANY)

Men's singles class 9
1 Gold CHATEIGNER Olivier (FRANCE)
2 Silver HSU Chih-shan (CHINESE TAIPEI)
3 Bronze PICHON Alain (FRANCE)
3 Bronze MOTOWIDLO Jozef (POLAND)

Men's singles class 10
1 Gold KARABEC Ivan (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver RUIZ REYES Jose Manuel (SPAIN)
3 Bronze BERECZKI Dezso (HUNGARY)
3 Bronze BADER Robert (SWEDEN)

Men's teams class 6
1 Gold ARNOLD Daniel (GERMANY)
1 Gold STELZNER W (GERMANY)
2 Silver NIELSEN Brian (DENMARK)
2 Silver JENSEN Michael (DENMARK)
3 Bronze KARLSSON Mattias (SWEDEN)
3 Bronze ITKONEN Simon (SWEDEN)
3 Bronze ERIKSSON Johnny (SWEDEN)

Men's teams class 7
1 Gold WOLLMERT Jochen (GERMANY)
1 Gold SCHMIDT Rainer (GERMANY)
2 Silver ABBADIE Jean-yves (FRANCE)
2 Silver MESSI Stephane (FRANCE)

Men's teams class 8
1 Gold VALERA Alvaro (SPAIN)
1 Gold MORALES Jordi (SPAIN)
2 Silver RAKIC Dragan (CROATIA)
2 Silver VUKIC Vladimir (CROATIA)
3 Bronze SCHALLER Michel (FRANCE)
3 Bronze SOYER Julien (FRANCE)

Men's teams class 9
1 Gold CHATEIGNER Olivier (FRANCE)
1 Gold PICHON Alain (FRANCE)
2 Silver HSU Chih-shan (CHINESE TAIPEI)
2 Silver HOU Ting-sung (CHINESE TAIPEI)
3 Bronze RETZER Olaf (GERMANY)
3 Bronze FAEHNRICH Peter (GERMANY)

Men's teams class 10
1 Gold RUIZ REYES Jose Manuel (SPAIN)
1 Gold AGUDO Enrique (SPAIN)
2 Silver BERECZKI Dezso (HUNGARY)
2 Silver BERECZKI Zsolt (HUNGARY)
3 Bronze KARABEC Ivan (CZECH REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze MASEK Lubomir (CZECH REPUBLIC)

Women's open singles standing
1 Gold MATOUSKOVA Jolana (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver SEVIN Michelle (FRANCE)
3 Bronze DARVAND Bernadette (FRANCE)
3 Bronze ABRAHAMSSON Josefin (SWEDEN)

Women's singles class 7
1 Gold MACE QUINZIN Regine (FRANCE)
2 Silver NOLLAU Grit (GERMANY)
3 Bronze GLEBOVA Natalia (RUSSIA)

Women's singles class 8
1 Gold THIERRY Martine (FRANCE)
2 Silver WANDACHOWICZ Krystyna (POLAND)
3 Bronze DARVAND Bernadette (FRANCE)

Women's singles class 9
1 Gold ZAKOVA - DE LA BOURDONNAYE Michala (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver PESTOVA Eva (CZECH REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze ABRAHAMSSON Josefin (SWEDEN)

Women's singles class 10
1 Gold MATOUSKOVA Jolana (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver JAGODZINSKA Krystyna (POLAND)
3 Bronze SEVIN Michelle (FRANCE)

Women's teams class 6-8
1 Gold MACE QUINZIN Regine (FRANCE)
1 Gold DARVAND Bernadette (FRANCE)
2 Silver TUROWSKA Miroslava (POLAND)
2 Silver GLINSKA Teresa (POLAND)

Women's teams class 9-10
1 Gold ZAKOVA - DE LA BOURDONNAYE Michala (CZECH REPUBLIC)
1 Gold MATOUSKOVA Jolana (CZECH REPUBLIC)
1 Gold PESTOVA Eva (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver SEVIN Michelle (FRANCE)
2 Silver THIERRY Martine (FRANCE)
3 Bronze JANKOWSKA Malgorzata (POLAND)
3 Bronze WANDACHOWICZ Krystyna (POLAND)