The last tournament of the EEBC Pyramid Tour cycle took place in Calpe (Spain) on the 3-4th October. 36 players from Germany, Poland, Bulgaria, Lithuania and Spain joined the competition. Alexander Albulov (ESP) defeated Vadim Polevoy (GER) 4:1 in a final match and won the competition. The bronze medals got Nikoly Ben (GER) and surprisingly Marcin Krzeminski (POL).
The next meeting with disabled youth was full of emotions. It was for the first time that the classes were given by the Vice-president of WCBS - Marcin Krzeminski and the President of PBA - Grzegorz Kedzierski.
The special guest of the Academy was player from Italy - Antonio Quarta. The event was financially supported by PEFRON funds of Swietokrzyskie Voivodship.
First German Team Pyramid Championships took place in Berlin. 12 team participated in the event.
The best pair was team: Narek Galstyan – Maxim Golcer (Berlin). They beat team Ivan Dik – Juri Kampf (Bünde) in the final. Bronze medals received: Radoslav Bricun – Valery Kim (Berlin) and Vitaly Zelbersher – Maxim Darvin (Berlin).
The tournament was a part of the program of developing pyramid games in Europe supported by International Pyramid Confederation. The EEBC has granted financial support for the tournament.
Last weekend in Kanianka, 18 young players from Slovakia, Poland and Czech Rep. took part in EEBC Junior Cup.
Opening ceremony was attended by Mayor of Kanianka, Mr. Ivor Husár, who mentioned in his speach, that it is a very big honour for such a small village (4100 inhabitants) to host an international tournament.He welcame all players and said that is great opportunity to make stronger international friendship between participating countries. Szczepan Sekula from Wiślica thanked by behalf EEBC for invitation and good organization of event.
The tournament was lasting, two days. In single elimination, first place took Wojciech Dynia from Wislica in Poland, second place gained Filip Foltan BK Kanianka "B", third Daniel Lang from Liptovsky Hradok (SVK) and Filip Lebduska from Pardubice (CZ). Cup of the best team took Slovakian juniors.
Great thanks for tournament director Roman Certik and president of Slovensky Biliardovy Zväz, who is also responsible for development of junior's sport in EEBC.
The World Pyramid Championship will take place in Holiday Club Saimaa in town Lappeentranta in days 21-25th October 2015.
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Чемпионат мира по Динамичной пирамиде пройдет в Финляндии с 21 по 25 октября 2015 г.
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The fourth tournament of the Dynamic Best of the East 2015 cycle was played in TAC Club in Bucharest.
Konrad Piekarski from Poland won the competition. Radostin Dimov from Bulgaria got the silver medal and Jakub Koniar from Slovakia and Raul Maican from Romania got the bronze medals.
67 players from 5 countries joined the competition. Amongst the favorites were players from Poland J. Koniar and few representatives of host team: I. Ladany, M. Braga or M. Toadera. Most of the players from Romania dropped out during the first day of the tournament. The last of them – Raul Maican was defeated by K. Piekarski in semifinal. It was good tournament for players from Bulgaria – R. Dimov defeated M. Fortunski (POL) and J. Koniar and got to the final.
Mihaela Ghorgiu from Romania – the best player amongst the women and junior – Ben Dvash from Bulgaria got the special distinctions.
Many thanks to the hosts: ATD Dynamic Compay from Bucharest and TAC Club.
The main referee was Alexandru Balas from Romania.