BRITISH GYMNASTICS: Trampoline Technical Committee

 

TRAMPOLINE NEWS No 18         February 2003

Editor: John D Beeton: ceo@gordonsacf.sol.co.uk

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EDITORIAL

Martin Laws

 

(1 + 1) = 2

 

I always struggle to write the Editorial for this Newsletter. One, because I don’t find writing this kind of article easy, and two, because I know people crave good news.

 

I seem to have written for an age now, that integration with British Gymnastics is almost complete! I cannot say that the process has been easy. However, I can now report that we are now integrated. Yes, that fateful day has arrived where we are now fully integrated into the Gymnastics family!

 

I choose the title of this article for a  specific reason. It sums up so much of what we were, and now are. The BTF and British Gymnastics were both successful organisations in their own right. The beauty is that their success was in mainly different aspects of their respective sports. Now we are integrated, the strong points of both organisations compliment the whole, rather than conflict. Truly, we should now be able to go from 1 to 2, in terms of delivery, as a unified National Governing Body.

 

British Gymnastics has now moved up the ladder to become UK’s 5th most successful National Governing Body in terms of funding, which also relates to our International success.

 

Trampoline has undoubtedly been the major contributor and has been rewarded with further enhancements to the World Class Programme, as featured elsewhere in this Newsletter. This has been achieved without the major media coverage that is enjoyed by the accepted “big 7” governing bodies, like football and rugby.

 

What is less understood, is that British Gymnastics is far from being as wealthy. Perhaps it should be – but it isn’t. We are ravaged by the spiraling cost of sport like Insurance, and professional pressures on mainly voluntary sport. Yet together, we have survived. A feat I am convinced neither body could have achieved separately for much longer.

 

There are many ways to achieve the end result of the equation in my title i.e. 1½ + ½ but this should not be our objective. Equality, recognition and balance should be everyone’s goal for our future plans. I am adamant that trampolining is neither swallowed nor sidelined.  However,  we must also play our part

In the partnership. We must consider ourselves within a new family just as if we were married into it. Care about it. Protect it, and contribute like every other member. It is time for trampolinists to show what they can achieve in terms of organisation, commitment and contribution to the whole.

 

We can no longer sit back in the shadows, hoping to be left alone. We must make our mark on the face of our new sport and etch it in stone. Yes, this era is more expensive. Yes, we have to consider other disciplines now. However, there is much to be gained.

 

We must ferociously route out the benefits. Reduce problems, and display our successes. If we don’t, we will be the silent partner, gain nothing, wilt and die. If we do, the sky is the limit…it’s the old favourite “you have to be in it to win!”

 

 

Trampoline heads BG Ranking Table in 2002

 

(World Class Supported Disciplines)

 

Trampolining: 4 x gold, 1 silver, 5 x bronze, 25 x finals

Tumbling: 2 x gold, 2 x silver, 5 x bronze, 13 x finals

Men’s Artistic: 1 x gold, 1 x bronze, 16 x finals

Sports Acrobatics: 1 x silver, 4 x bronze, 12 x finals

Women’s Artistic: 1 x silver, 1 x bronze, 11 x finals

Rhythmic Gymnastics: 1 x final

 

 

TECHNICAL ELECTIONS

 

The following serving members were re-elected to the National Trampoline Technical Committee (NTTC) for a further period of two years; and until 2005, during the British Gymnastics Technical Elections, held at the National Sports Centre, Lilleshall on Sunday 26th January 03:

 

Martin Laws: Chair

Mike Phillipson: Judging

John Beeton: World Class Liaison

 

All three wish to thank the membership for they’re continuing support. The NTTC continues to work towards our set objectives for the sport and your support is greatly appreciated by all.

 

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FIG WORLD CUP RANKING LIST – TRA&TUM

 

Great Britain Trampoline gymnasts feature prominently in the latest World Ranking List issued by the FIG. In Trampoline, Claire Wright (105 points) and Kirsten Lawton (10 points) are in 6th and 14th placing respectively, whilst both ladies are in equal 1st place (275 points) in the ladies synchro list. In the men’s individual listing, Lee Brearley is in  10th place with 50 points. Lee and Paul Smyth are in 6th place in the men’s synchro list with 80 points, whilst Mark Alexander and Simon Milnes join them in the list in 11th equal place with 30 points.

 

Our Tumbling friends Robert Small and Ross Gibson sit 3rd (160 points)  and 6th (75 points) respectively in the men’s table, whilst Kathryn Peberdy is at the top of the leader board in the ladies event with a total of 250 points.

 

Our congratulations to all of the above. Let us hope that they can add to their tally during the coming months.

 

Tables for all three disciplines appear later in this Newsletter.

 

 

DMT SENIOR TEAM TO VISIT PORTUGAL

 

With a lack of a major DMT events during the current year; and in an effort to obtain much needed international experience after their recent success in the European Championships, our senior DMT team of 3 x officials and 8 gymnasts will journey to Sines, Portugal to participate in the Portuguese National DMT Championships, which are being held on the 3rd and 4th May. The visit is also seen as part of the selection process towards the World Championships in October.

 

The Portuguese National DMT Championships are recognised throughout Europe for attracting the highest calibre of gymnast and our team will be tested to their limit. We are indeed grateful to the FPDTA and its President, Dr Filipe Carvalho for allowing us the opportunity to participate in their national championships, and for their assistance in making the local arrangements for the team during the visit. Ed

 

 

TRAMPOLINE CODE OF PRACTICE

Cathy Page

 

At the Tutors Seminar in 2000 the tutors discussed at length, the problem of ‘how many pupils or trampolines can a coach supervise’.  We realised that no one answer would cover all the

situations. The result was this statement, which is now incorporated, in the revised Code of Practice.

 

“When using more than one trampoline, coaches should carefully assess the following:

 

·        the age, experience, varying abilities, number and discipline of the participants

·        their own qualifications and experience

·        their ability to observe, advise, support and respond to the difficulties of anyone in the trampoline area”

 

If you haven’t seen a copy of the revised Code of Practice (2001) please obtain one from British Gymnastics. We are shortly going to update it again soon. I would welcome any suggestions regarding updating it.

 

 

SCOTS HEADING FOR AALSMEER

 

A team of 3 Officials and 5 gymnasts will participate in the BI-annual Aalsmeer Flower Cup, NED during 14-15 March, with the party departing Scotland on the 14th and returning on the 16th. The officials have still to be finalised but the gymnasts have been selected as follows:

 

Caitlin THOMSON, Cara JAMIESON, Keir STEWART and David STARK.

 

Scottish gymnasts have had a number of successes in this prestigious event over the years. Let us hope that these youngsters can do like wise.

 

 

HIGH PERFORMANCE COACH (HPC) AND INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE COACH (IPC)

 

Anyone wishing to do either of these courses should inform Cathy Page as soon as possible. Cathy is planning to organise one HPC per year and one IPC every two years, according to demand.

 

HPC 2003 – the dates are likely to be – a weekend in July after the Nationals (not to clash with the World-Class Start/Potential trials), a weekend in October and one in November, to avoid the Grade competitions. The examination, after 50 hours mentoring, will probably be in March 2004. Venue will probably be in the eastern region.

 

IPC 2004 – this will most probably be held in the Spring of 2004, over three weekends. Venues will depend on where the main bulk of the participants come from.

 

Due to the heavy Domestic programme in 2003, it is advisable to let Cathy know if you wish to participate in the HPC 2003 soon.

 

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OFF TO BARCELONA

 

A delegation 47 members of British Gymnastics, including support staff, depart for the British Olympic Association Training Camp in Barcelona ESP on Sunday 9th February for a two week training camp, returning on Monday 24th.

 

The camp is being held at the Catalan National Centre, outside Barcelona. This is the venue to be used by a number of sports, including Gymnastics, as the holding camp prior to the Athens Olympic Games.

 

Unfortunately, due to the dates of the Artistic World Championships it will not be possible for our delegation to train there at the same time of the year in 2004. It is also likely that this will be the only opportunity for the British delegation to train in a multi-discipline camp prior to the Olympic Games, and therefore it is a vital part of the Team GB acclimatisation to the environment and facilities available in CAR.

 

National squad members travelling to Barcelona include:

 

Coaches: John Beer, Sue Lawton

Gymnasts: Claire Wright, Kirsten Lawton, Paull Smyth, Lee Brearley, Mark Alexander and Simon Milnes.

 

 

WARNING FROM FIG TR-TC TO ALL INTERNATIONAL BREVET JUDGES

 

After the results of the Men’s Individual Final in the recent World Cup Finals, held in Hanover GER last November, the FIG TR TC found it necessary to write to the members of the judges panel of that particular event. Amongst a number of ‘observations’,  it was pointed out that “FIG judges should, as the athletes do, train and prepare more before they are entered into a FIG event. Even obtaining  excellent results at international or intercontinental courses, training is vital to keep up to the standard of our best athletes”.

 

For the future, the FIG TR TC will monitor judges more closely, and if necessary, take any necessary action, either in the form of sanctions or awards.

 

As a member of the FIG TR TC I endorse completely these sentiments, and would urge (I am certain that they already do so already) my international judging colleagues here in Great Britain to do likewise!

 

British international judges are highly regarded throughout the world of gymnastics. However, I believe that there is a also a requirement for an ongoing training programme, as well as additional judging courses at the highest level of the sport to maintain this standard. Ed.

ANNOUNCEMENT OF FURTHER HIGH PERFORMANCE CENTRES

 

On 7th December 2002, the Policy Board of British Gymnastics approved two additional High Performance Centres, as part of the Sport England funded World Class Potential & Start Programmes.

 

The Centres are for the discipline of Trampolining:

 

1.      Poole, Dorset – (Olga, Kemp Welch)

2.      Bracknell

 

It was also approved that the following World Class Gymnastics Performance Centres be nominated:

 

1.      Gillingham(Gillingham Jumpers TC)

2.      SalfordCity of Salford GC)

 

Each of the High Performance Centres will be led by a National Coach.

 

Following the recent World Class Potential and Start testing, the first official squad of trampolinists has been nominated to Sport England. They will shortly be receiving the first installment of their Athlete Personal Awards, which are designed to contribute towards the cost of their participation in the programme.

 

In addition to the designation of the High Performance Centres and appointment of two National Coaches, the grant of £200.000 from Sport England will enable significant enhancements to the competition and training programme of the most talented performers.

 

This investment is expected to enable British Gymnastics to re-inforce and build upon the recent high-level results achieved at World and European events, by our trampolinists.

 

In line with the other disciplines, in recognition of the contribution being made by many clubs to the success of the sport, further British Gymnastics High Performance Centres have been nominated. This initial list has been prepared in consultation with the NTTC, but further clubs may be added on application:

 

Apollo Trampoline Club

City of Salford GC

Edgbarrow

Gillingham Jumpers

High Flyers

Potton Saints

Unitramp NOTC

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NOTICE: The next NTTC meeting  is  scheduled  for 8 Mar 03  in London, starting at 1500 hrs Ed.

 

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HPC NATIONAL COACHES TRAMPOLINE

 

British Gymnastics, having enjoyed increasing international recognition and success in trampolining, have recently been advertising for two HPC National coaches for the discipline, to work under the Technical Director and in close co-operation with support staff based at Lilleshall National Sports Centre, National Squad Coaches and the English Institute of Sport staff, with a Renumeration Package of: £24,896-£28,505. Contract period: to 30th September 2004, subject to meeting agreed targets and the continuation of Lottery funding.

 

The positions will be based at High Performance Centres to be situated in Poole and Bracknell, but the successful applicants will be expected to travel to World Class Potential and Start gymnasts’ own clubs in the area surrounding the HPCs. The post will also involve a prominent role at National Training, National and International competitions and various World Class Programme meetings.

 

The National Coach has to have a thorough understanding of the performance requirements of elite sport and a proven medal producing track record at national or international level.

 

The National Coach also has to have excellent technical skills and have good communication and administrative skills and be familiar with MS software. Evidence of a strong desire to contribute towards ongoing success of the World Class Programme and be totally committed to British Gymnastics is essential.

 

The closing date for applicants was 31st January 2003.

 

 

FIG WORLDAGE GROUP GAMES (WAGs)

HANOVER, GERMANY 2003

 

These Age-Group Games for Trampoline, DMT and Tumbling are scheduled for 20-26 October, with competitions being offered for the following age-groups:

 

Under 13 girls and Under 13 boys (11-12 years)

Under 15 girls and Under 15 girls (13-14 years)

Under 17 girls and Under 17 girls (15-16 years)

Over 17 girls and Over 17 boys (17 in year of competition)

 

Gymnasts who would wish to be considered to compete in TRA TUM or DMT at this event are requested to contact Sharon Wood, 2 Brerewood, Earley, Reading, Berkshire RG6 5UH for an application form,  which  has  then to be returned to

Sharon by Friday 14th February at the  very latest,  along with a deposit of £100. In the event of non selection for the event, deposit will be refunded.

 

Note: successful gymnasts selected for trampoline events will also compete in the synchronised competition.

 

Selection Criteria – TRA

 

·        The best three voluntary scores from the first three Grade 1 competitions (England and Wales) will be taken.

 

·        In the event of a tie, the voluntary scores from the fourth Garde 1 competition may be taken.

 

·        Candidates will be expected to compete with consistency and this will be taken into consideration when appropriating team places.

 

Selection Criteria – TUM

 

Selection criteria for those applying for the Tumbling team will be advised by Matei Todorov, and there will be a minimum of three compulsory competitions in which all applicants will have to compete. Tumbling clubs will be sent this information shortly.

 

Selection Criteria – DMT

 

The team will be s elected from those gymnasts who have met the minimum criteria for World age-Group Games, using the national ranking scores (preliminary round only) from DMT mid-season

 

 

BG Technical Conference 2003

 

The 2003 Conference attracted a large audience from across all disciplines and each lecture was well attended, starting with Sue Campbell, CEO Youth Sports Trust who gave an insight into the Governments plans for English Sports in the future, but of little or no interest to Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland.

 

Trampoline’s own John Beer began the Saturday morning practical session in the King George VI hall, choosing as his theme “Twisting and Turning” covering all disciplines. This was followed by an interesting presentation by John Atkinson on a “World Class Update Review of 2002”.

 

Octavian Belu (Romania) Head National Coach, Women’s Artistic Gymnastics. Ranked Number 1 women’s coach in the world, gave practical sessions on both the Saturday and Sunday on “vault – physical preperationand “Bar dismounts and training theory of physical preperation Note: a further article on this event appears later. Ed.

 

 

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TECHNICAL ASSEMBLY 2003

Martin Laws

 

Following last years successful Technical Assembly, BG have fixed the dates to reoccur at the same time every year. It was hoped that Trampolinists would tune into the opportunities presented at this event, and although more attended this year, it is clear that the message is taking a while to filter through. So for those who missed out I thought I would give a quick run down of the event.

 

Friday evening started with the keynote speaker Sue Campbell CEO of Youth Sports Trust and advisor to the Minister of Sport. Sue as always was inspirational, talking about the huge changes to come over the next five years in sport, but bringing them into context for our coaches and clubs. Amongst many things will be employment for 2000+ specialist coaches to work with clubs and schools and £70m for club development.

 

Education is to benefit the most with 22,200 new sports positions. The whole country has now copied the five-tier trampoline coaching model and transferable skills will be strongly featured in coach education.

 

Saturday opened with John Beer, Mark Alexander and Gary Smith taking a captivating look at twisting and rotation. John stressed the need for strong early preparation of techniques for skills shown from basic jumping right up to rudi out triffus! Vision and physical preparation featured throughout and indeed in later presentations.

 

World Class was next up with John Atkinson proudly showing Trampolining leading the medal tables.

 

The assembly then broke into many sections and Trampolining held seminars on the New Foundation Coaching Network with Richard Ollerenshaw and regional communication and integration issues.

 

Unfortunately, not all regions/home nations sent representatives, but Scotland, Wales, South East, North East, North West and West Midlands enjoyed some frank and open debates on the issues surrounding integration with BG. From this debate, the NTTC gained a much clearer picture of the regional/home nation issues. From the represented regions/home nations, it was clear that they had built a strong base for local trampolinists and those Technical Committees were congratulated by the NTTC for their sterling work.

 

Those regions not attending are requested to advise Richard Ollerenshaw of their Technical Committees and set-up a formalized communication link with NTTC.

 

A multitude of further useful presentations continued, including Physical Preparation,   Coach  Education, and  Methodology  of

Teaching, as well as Biomechanics and FIG Age Group systems. Speakers from Romania, Hungary and Bulgaria, some now living and working in the UK, brought an International flavour of excellence to the Assembly.

 

An exhibition allowed delegates to talk to many manufacturers (Continental, Milano, Niels Larsen, Elite International, Magnetic Performance, FMS Ltd – Physio Supplies and The Zone), a number of which I never even knew existed! I even managed to purchase a few “goodies” for the gym…

 

Basically, no matter who you are, what you coach, the level of your operation, there was something there for you all to enjoy.

 

Lastly, the Technical elections took place and we saw elected:

 

Martin Laws – Chair

Mike Phillipson – Judging

John Beeton – World Class Liaison

 

Congratulations to these NTTC members.

 

Date for your diaries for the next Technical Assembly: 23-25 Jan 04…. Be there and enjoy.

 

 

NATIONAL SQUAD

John Beer

 

The financing of the squad has changed from 2003. The £12k exchequer funding is now combined with the funding for training allocated to the World Class programmes.

 

Along with the funding, the composition of all squads (after the Feb squad) will be changed. The Youth Squad will comprise all WCS & WCPot (under 17) along with those that have reached squad criteria and not funded. The Senior Squad will comprise WCPot (17 and over) and WCPer plus any others who have reached the squad criteria and not funded. This does give us large numbers in the Youth and may necessitate split venues. All squads will now be Friday – Sunday. Those in the Youth Squad, funded on WC programmes, will have three extra one-week training camps; one at Easter, one in the summer, plus one international camp, also during the summer holidays.

 

Ten/Twelve WCS/Pot funded performers will be funded to attend the Flowers Cup (March) plus another international competition – most probably the Nissen Cup (August).

 

Sport Scotland has now refused to support Start Programmes. This leaves Caitlin Thompson, one of our up and coming juniors, with no personal award. Sport England has agreed to fund her on the Start Programme. However, she will have to find the finances to attend all programme events!

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FIG World Ranking Lists

Opening Balance 1st January 2003

Trampoline

Women Individual

 

RK

NAME

FIRST NAME

FED

SYDNEY

AKITA

ODENSE

HANOVER

PTS

1

KARAVAEVA

Irina

RUS

150

 

100

100

350

2

COCKBURN

Karen

CAN

100

 

50

25

175

2

DOGONADZE-L

Anna

GER

30

 

125

20

175

4

TSYHULEVA

Oxana

UKR

125

 

20

 

145

5

MOVCHAN

Elena

UKR

 

 

60

75

135

6

WRIGHT

Claire

GBR

 

 

75

30

105

7

KHILKO

Ekaterina

UZB

70

 

 

 

70

8

KARPENKOVA

Natalia

BLR

60

 

 

 

60

9

LEBEDEVA

Galina

BLR

 

 

40

15

55

10

FURU

Aikiko

JPN

50

 

 

 

50

10

TCHERNOVA

Natalia

RUS

 

 

 

50

50

12

KHOPERIA

Rusudan

GEO

40

 

 

 

40

13

MUNINOVA

Marina

RUS

 

 

30

 

30

14

LAWTON

Kirsten

GBR

 

 

 

10

10

 

Men’s Individual

 

1

MOSKALENKO

Alexander

RUS

150

 

125

15

290

2

MARTIN

David

FRA

70

 

60

100

230

3

CHERNONOS

Olexander

UKR

30

 

100

 

130

4

WALLACE

Ji

AUS

125

 

 

 

125

4

VILLAFUERTE

Alan

NED

40

 

75

10

125

6

TURGEON

Mathieu

CAN

100

 

 

 

100

6

POLARUSH

Dimitri

BLR

60

 

40

 

100

8

KAZAK

Nikolai

BLR

 

 

 

75

75

9

KNYTCHEV

German

RUS

 

 

30

30

60

10

BREARLEY

Lee

GBR

50

 

 

 

50

10

NIKITIN

Yuri

UKR

 

 

50

 

50

10

JENSEN

Peter

DEN

 

 

 

50

50

13

KUBICKA

Markus

GER

 

 

20

25

45

14

KAKORKO

Vladimir

BLR

 

 

 

20

20

 

Women Synchro

 

1

TSYHULEVA/MOVCHAN

UKR

 

150

125

 

275

1

WRIGHT/LAWTON

GBR

 

125

50

100

275

3

LUDWIG/DOGONADZE-L

GER

 

30

100

50

180

4

KARAVAEVA/TCHERNOVA

RUS

 

100

30

25

155

5

TOKUMA/FURU

JPN

 

70

20

 

90

6

KARPENKOVA/LEBEDEVA

BLR

 

 

75

 

75

6

COCKBURN/ROSS McMANUS

CAN

 

 

 

75

75

8

ROSS/RIDGE

AUS

 

60

 

 

60

8

ZANON/COCKBURN

CAN

 

 

60

 

60

10

MARTONOVA/PROKESOVA

SVK

 

50

 

 

50

11

POLING/STRANDMARK

USA

 

40

 

 

40

11

TROUCHE/PALLANCHE

FRA

 

 

40

 

40

13

MONIN/PERRETEN

FRA

 

 

 

30

30

14

PETRENIA/LEBEDEVA

BLR

 

 

 

20

20

 

 

Men’s Synchron

 

1

MOSKALENKO/KHNYTCHEV

RUS

 

150

125

75

350

2

KAZAK/KAKORKO

BLR

 

125

 

50

175

3

LAIFA/JALA

FRA

 

70

 

100

170

4

NAKATA/KAWANISHI

JPN

 

100

60

 

160

5

SERTH/STEHLIK

GER

 

 

100

 

100

6

SMYTH/BREARLEY

GBR

 

40

40

 

80

7

POLYARUSH/BELIAEV

BLR

 

 

75

 

75

8

JENSEN/JORGENSEN

DEN

 

60

 

 

60

9

MARLIN/DODD

USA

 

50

 

 

50

9

MARQUES/LICO

POR

 

 

50

 

50

11

REITHOFER/SERTH

GER

 

30

 

 

30

11

BOJAKOWSKI/PILCH

POL

 

 

30

 

30

11

ALEXANDER/MILNES

GBR

 

 

 

30

30

14

BOILLET/MARTIN

FRA

 

 

 

25

25

15

ZUMETA/GUERRERO

ESP

 

 

20

 

20

15

SEJEROE/JENSEN

DEN

 

 

 

20

20

17

VILLAFUERTE/MOIIJ

NED

 

 

 

15

15

Tumbling

 Women Individual

1

PEBERDY

Kathryn

GBR

 

125

75

50

250

2

CHABANENKO

Elena

UKR

 

 

125

75

200

3

KOROBEINIKOV

Anna

RUS

 

 

60

100

160

4

BLUJINA

Elena

RUS

 

150

 

 

150

5

TERENYA

Anna

BLR

 

100

 

15

115

6

DAVIS

Lajeana

USA

 

 

100

 

100

7

RAKIWSKA

Jackie

USA

 

70

 

 

70

8

ROBINSON

Alisha

USA

 

 

50

 

50

9

GAIGANOVA

Anna

RUS

 

 

40

 

40

10

ZHUTODUP

Tatiana

UKR

 

 

30

 

30

10

BLUNDELL

Lindsay

USA

 

 

 

30

30

12

LIMBACH

Marion

FRA

 

 

20

 

20

12

TEMAL

Sevim

FRA

 

 

 

20

20

12

AVISSE

Melanie

FRA

 

 

 

20

20

15

DAVIS

Neisha

CAN

 

 

 

10

10

 

Men Individual

1

PETROSIAN

Levon

RUS

 

150

75

 

225

2

FOURNIALS

Nicolas

FRA

 

 

100

100

200

3

SMALL

Robert

GBR

 

100

30

30

160

4

MOGOTSI

Tseko

RSA

 

125

 

20

145

5

SERDIUKOV

Denis

RUS

 

 

125

 

125

6

DECHANET

Alexandre

FRA

 

 

60

25

85

7

GIBSON

Ross

GBR

 

 

 

75

75

8

NEILSEN

Martin

DEN

 

70

 

 

70

9

OLSEN

Jared

USA

 

60

 

 

60

10

HALUBETS

Vatzim

BLR

 

50

 

 

50

10

HARTMAN

Frankie

USA

 

 

50

 

50

10

FINLEY

Casey

USA

 

 

 

50

50

13

NAGASAWA

Hiroaki

JPN

 

40

 

 

40

13

BARKOV

Alexander

LTU

 

 

40

 

40

15

BRZOZOWSKI

Alexander

POL

 

30

 

 

30

16

MORUBANE

Thato

RSA

 

 

20

 

20

17

FERNANDES

Nuno

POR

 

 

 

15

15

18

SKORODOUMOV

Alexander

RUS

 

 

 

10

10