Bali 2013: What Happened on September 22th…

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The Heat is on…Photo: M. Hernandez, MJ Rueda, H. Camberos, D. Hyatt y C. Previde

Parte de la delegacion Argentina en Bali 2013
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Saturday 21 de September 2013, Bali

On Line Results: OpenWomenSeniors All Results

WBF Bulletins

At the End of The Day: The heat is on

Several teams remain in contention for the top eight in their respective events, and with just three matches remaining, the competition will be intense. Teams at the bottom of the qualifying groups will be looking over their shoulders on the fi nal day of round robin play. Th is is especially true for China in the Bermuda Bowl. Th e team is in eighth place but only 1.7 victory points ahead of Canada. In the Venice Cup, eighth-place Turkey leads ninth-place Japan by fewer than 7 VPs.
Event leaders are USA1 in the Bermuda Bowl, Netherlands in the Venice Cup and France in the d’Orsi Seniors Trophy. Europe continues to dominate, with 15 of the 24 teams in qualifying position as of today.

This is THE ZONE:

Open Final Rankings

Rank

Team

VPs

1

USA1

252.32

2

ITALY

249.85

3

MONACO

234.17

4

JAPAN

216.97

5

NETHERLANDS

215.26

6

ENGLAND

211.67

7

CANADA

207.38

8

POLAND

206.83

 

Ladies Final Rankings

Rank

Team

VPs

1

NETHERLANDS

268.86

2

POLAND

241.60

3

USA1

235.75

4

USA2

227.32

5

ENGLAND

219.84

6

FRANCE

219.01

7

CHINA

218.55

8

TURKEY

209.59

  

 

Senior Final Rankings

Rank

Team

VPs

1

FRANCE

269.43

2

USA2

241.13

3

GERMANY

235.70

4

USA1

221.44

5

BELGIUM

220.76

6

INDONESIA

218.47

7

POLAND

213.53

8

SCOTLAND

211.24

 

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