5th Czech Open
From 2003-04-16 to 2003-04-20 in Ostrava (Czech Republic)


Participation

113 players from 22 countries and 2 continents
Edition: 5
Table of medals
Rank Country 1 2 3
1 Flag of Czech Republic Czech Republic 5 3 2
2 Flag of Poland Poland 5 3 1
3 Flag of Spain Spain 3 2 1
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Medals


Men's open singles standing
1 Gold RUIZ REYES Jose Manuel (SPAIN)
2 Silver KARABEC Ivan (CZECH REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze BERECZKI Dezso (HUNGARY)

Men's singles class 6
1 Gold KOWALSKI Miroslav (POLAND)
2 Silver BUZIN Vadim (RUSSIA)
3 Bronze KUSIAK Thomasz (GERMANY)

Men's singles class 7
1 Gold FURLAN Andrea (ITALY)
2 Silver LAMBERT Zbynek (CZECH REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze MORALES Jordi (SPAIN)

Men's singles class 8
1 Gold VALERA Alvaro (SPAIN)
2 Silver RAKIC Dragan (CROATIA)
3 Bronze LEDOUX Marc Philippe (BELGIUM)

Men's singles class 9
1 Gold ZBORAI Gyula Istvan (HUNGARY)
2 Silver CIESLAR Jaroslav (CZECH REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze HSU Chih-shan (CHINESE TAIPEI)

Men's singles class 10
1 Gold KARABEC Ivan (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver RUIZ REYES Jose Manuel (SPAIN)
3 Bronze BRINKMANN Jan (GERMANY)

Men's teams class 6
1 Gold JENSEN Michael (DENMARK)
1 Gold ROSENMEIER Peter (DENMARK)
2 Silver KUMAISHI Katsuhiko (JAPAN)
2 Silver ONO Hatsuo (JAPAN)
3 Bronze LELIT Zymunt (POLAND)
3 Bronze KWIATKOWSKI Andrzej (POLAND)

Men's teams class 7
1 Gold JURASZ Adam (POLAND)
1 Gold KOWALSKI Miroslav (POLAND)
2 Silver POPOV Mykhaylo (UKRAINE)
2 Silver BIDNYY Dmytro (UKRAINE)
3 Bronze FURLAN Andrea (ITALY)
3 Bronze SCAZZIERI Davide ****** (ITALY)

Men's teams class 8
1 Gold VALERA Alvaro (SPAIN)
1 Gold MORALES Jordi (SPAIN)
2 Silver RAKIC Dragan (CROATIA)
2 Silver KOVACIC Ratko (CROATIA)
3 Bronze VERGEYLEN Nico (BELGIUM)
3 Bronze LEDOUX Marc Philippe (BELGIUM)

Men's teams class 9
1 Gold ZBORAI Gyula Istvan (HUNGARY)
1 Gold HEIJNEN Tonnie (NETHERLANDS)
2 Silver HSU Chih-shan (CHINESE TAIPEI)
2 Silver HSIAO Kuo-wei (CHINESE TAIPEI)
3 Bronze FAEHNRICH Peter (GERMANY)
3 Bronze POLUDNIOK Rudolf (GERMANY)

Men's teams class 10
1 Gold KARABEC Ivan (CZECH REPUBLIC)
1 Gold CIESLAR Jaroslav (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver RUIZ REYES Jose Manuel (SPAIN)
2 Silver ZIGMAN Srecko (CROATIA)
3 Bronze VRBKA Tomas (CZECH REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze KRENEK Petr (CZECH REPUBLIC)

Women's open singles standing
1 Gold MATOUSKOVA Jolana (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver SEVIN Michelle (FRANCE)
3 Bronze MUYLAERT Myriam (BELGIUM)

Women's singles class 6-7
1 Gold MACE QUINZIN Regine (FRANCE)
2 Silver WAJSTUCH Maria (POLAND)
3 Bronze KLYMENKO Yuliya (UKRAINE)

Women's singles class 8
1 Gold TUROWSKA Miroslava (POLAND)
2 Silver SHISHKINA (OVSYANNIKOVA) Ulija (RUSSIA)
3 Bronze JANECKOVA Jaroslawa (CZECH REPUBLIC)

Women's singles class 9
1 Gold JANKOWSKA Malgorzata (POLAND)
2 Silver MUYLAERT Myriam (BELGIUM)
3 Bronze IVERSEN Rikke (DENMARK)

Women's singles class 10
1 Gold MATOUSKOVA Jolana (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver LE MORVAN Audrey (FRANCE)
3 Bronze SEVIN Michelle (FRANCE)

Women's teams class 6-8
1 Gold BARBUSOVA Olga (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
1 Gold WAJSTUCH Maria (POLAND)
2 Silver TUROWSKA Miroslava (POLAND)
2 Silver GLINSKA Teresa (POLAND)
3 Bronze MAUREROVA Michaela (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze SHISHKINA (OVSYANNIKOVA) Ulija (RUSSIA)

Women's teams class 9-10
1 Gold MATOUSKOVA Jolana (CZECH REPUBLIC)
1 Gold JANECKOVA Jaroslawa (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver JAGODZINSKA Krystyna (POLAND)