12th T.T. International Master Italians Open
From 1999-04-28 to 1999-06-02 in Portogruaro (Italy)


Participation

158 players from 20 countries .
Edition: 12
Table of medals
Rank Country 1 2 3
1 Flag of France France 4 3 3
2 Flag of Austria Austria 4 2
3 Flag of Belgium Belgium 3 4
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Medals


Men's open singles standing
1 Gold STEFANU Michal (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver SUTTER Christian (AUSTRIA)
3 Bronze PINNA Christophe (FRANCE)
3 Bronze GOSEMANN Heiko (GERMANY)

Men's singles class 1
1 Gold OLSEN Thomas (DENMARK)
2 Silver KNAAK Werner (GERMANY)
3 Bronze NAUERBY Jan (DENMARK)
3 Bronze ZUMKEHR Rolf (SWITZERLAND)

Men's singles class 2
1 Gold RUEP Hans (AUSTRIA)
2 Silver MINAMI Nobuhiro (JAPAN)
3 Bronze VILSMAIER Otto (GERMANY)
3 Bronze PRIBYL Tomas (CZECH REPUBLIC)

Men's singles class 3
1 Gold DOLLMANN Manfred (AUSTRIA)
2 Silver VERGER Pascal (FRANCE)
3 Bronze GUERTLER Jan (GERMANY)
3 Bronze LORENT Robert (BELGIUM)

Men's singles class 4
1 Gold STEFANU Michal (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver PINNA Christophe (FRANCE)
3 Bronze MAECK Antoine (BELGIUM)
3 Bronze KOBER Dietmar (GERMANY)

Men's singles class 5
1 Gold DURAND Christophe (FRANCE)
2 Silver BOLLDEN Ernst (SWEDEN)
3 Bronze ROBLES AGUILA Manuel (SPAIN)
3 Bronze OKA Toshihiko (JAPAN)

Men's teams class 1-2
1 Gold SCHARF Gerhard (AUSTRIA)
1 Gold HAJEK Rudolf (AUSTRIA)
1 Gold RUEP Hans (AUSTRIA)
2 Silver NAUERBY Jan (DENMARK)
2 Silver OLSEN Thomas (DENMARK)
3 Bronze MEDINA Sergio Lujan (MEXICO)
3 Bronze ROA RIVERA Antonio (MEXICO)
3 Bronze BLUMENAUER Joerg (GERMANY)
3 Bronze GRUNKEMEYER Thorsten (GERMANY)
3 Bronze VILSMAIER Otto (GERMANY)

Men's teams class 3
1 Gold KRAMMINGER Egon (AUSTRIA)
1 Gold DOLLMANN Manfred (AUSTRIA)
1 Gold WOLF Peter (AUSTRIA)
2 Silver KOSCO Jan (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
2 Silver HRICKO Peter (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze WEINMANN Ernst (GERMANY)
3 Bronze GUERTLER Jan (GERMANY)
3 Bronze FIGGE Bodo (GERMANY)
3 Bronze LORENT Robert (BELGIUM)
3 Bronze DELWASSE Yves (BELGIUM)

Men's teams class 4
1 Gold MARTIN Emeric (FRANCE)
1 Gold PINNA Christophe (FRANCE)
2 Silver SMARRAZZO Salvatore (AUSTRIA)
2 Silver SUTTER Christian (AUSTRIA)
3 Bronze GUSTAVSSON Jan Krister (SWEDEN)
3 Bronze JOHANSSON Joergen (SWEDEN)
3 Bronze BURKHARDT Werner (GERMANY)
3 Bronze KOBER Dietmar (GERMANY)

Men's teams class 5
1 Gold MARC Didier (BELGIUM)
1 Gold MAECK Antoine (BELGIUM)
2 Silver STEFANU Michal (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver TAUS Rene (CZECH REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze RIU Raynald (FRANCE)
3 Bronze DURAND Christophe (FRANCE)
3 Bronze ROSEC Gregory (FRANCE)
3 Bronze CACI Salvatore (ITALY)
3 Bronze MALORGIO Ettore (ITALY)

Women's open singles standing
1 Gold SIKORA-WEINMANN Monika (GERMANY)
2 Silver PALASSE Stephanie (FRANCE)
3 Bronze PILLAROVA Maria (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze POLLET Marie-line (BELGIUM)

Women's singles class 1-3
1 Gold POLLET Marie-line (BELGIUM)
2 Silver FUJIWARA Satoko (JAPAN)
3 Bronze SCHIPPMANN Beate (GERMANY)
3 Bronze MARIAGE Stephanie (FRANCE)

Women's singles class 4
1 Gold SIKORA-WEINMANN Monika (GERMANY)
2 Silver PILLAROVA Maria (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze CAMPINA Cinta (SPAIN)
3 Bronze BLANC Jacqueline (SWITZERLAND)

Women's singles class 5
1 Gold PALASSE Stephanie (FRANCE)
2 Silver HSIAO Shu-chin (CHINESE TAIPEI)
3 Bronze WEI Mei-hui (CHINESE TAIPEI)

Women's teams class 1-3
1 Gold MARIAGE Stephanie (FRANCE)
1 Gold GAY Valerie (FRANCE)
2 Silver BRUNELLI Michela (ITALY)
3 Bronze FUKUZAWA Tomoko (JAPAN)
3 Bronze FUJIWARA Satoko (JAPAN)

Women's teams class 4
1 Gold TOUSSAINT Sabine (BELGIUM)
1 Gold POLLET Marie-line (BELGIUM)
2 Silver SCHIPPMANN Beate (GERMANY)
2 Silver GOTTSCHALK Sabine (GERMANY)
2 Silver SIKORA-WEINMANN Monika (GERMANY)
3 Bronze RAST Alice (SWITZERLAND)
3 Bronze BLANC Jacqueline (SWITZERLAND)

Women's teams class 5
1 Gold WEI Mei-hui (CHINESE TAIPEI)
1 Gold HSIAO Shu-chin (CHINESE TAIPEI)
2 Silver PIVARCIOVA Jitka (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver DOLINAR Andreja (SLOVENIA)
3 Bronze ARENALES Maria Teresa (MEXICO)
3 Bronze HOFFMANN Maria Christine (MEXICO)