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With 21 medals Switzerland was the 2nd most successful country after Great Britain when it comes to the amount of trophies won. The Swiss Racketlon Federation is proud of all these impressive achievements, which show the great potential in Switzerland.


 medal table

(Medal tabel by Dan Busby)


Five World Champion singles titles were won by Lina Strässle (U13) and Rachel Xu (U16) – our youngest players – Esther Dübendorfer (O45), Corina Christener (C), Roland Schmid (C) and Bruno Scherrer (E).

Title number 6 was won by our O40 Team with Esther Dübendorfer, Andre Bandi, Magnus Ekstrand, Raphael Paglia and Roland Schmid. They clearly dominated their category.


Who won all the other medals? For all results (Teams & Singles), please check the fir.tournamentsoftware website.


When it comes to the elite classes, Austria was clearly the strongest country winning the team competiton, Women Singles (Christine Seehofer) and ending 2nd in the Men Singles (Lukas Windischberger). The Swiss elite players managed to stay in the Championship Division with victories over Czech Republic and France.

In the elite singles draws Beni Gränicher reached his first ever world champs quarter-finals, finishing 5th, and Nicole Eisler finshed 7th after also having reached the quarters.

The atmosphere in this amazing venue was fantastic. Nearly 500 players from all over the wolrd took part in this sports festival which would not have been possible without Esther and Florian Dübendorfer. The organising couple with their team worked hard to make this 16th FIR World Championships an unforgettable event. A big thank you from the Swiss Racketlon Federation. Great job!


View here the photos taken by René Zwald! 


Nicole Eisler

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