2015 Butch Cassidy Cup

2015 Butch Cassidy Cup
Karlsruhe, Germany
August 29-30, 2015

Open Pairs Final

1. Florian Hess/Daniel Weinbuch (TOT 41,8 | EX 12,9 | AI 12 | DIF 16,9)
2. Jule Schuster/Pepyn Tavernier (TOT 39,9 | EX 13,8 | AI 11,6 | DIF 14,5)
3. Alex Leist/Simon Lühring (TOT 36,6 | EX 11,7 | AI 9,5 | DIF 15,4)
4. Christian Lamred/Philipp Schellworth (TOT 35,2 | EX 11,5 | AI 10,3 | DIF 13,4)

Open Pairs Semi-Final Pool A

1. Alex Leist/Simon Lühring (TOT 39,5 | EX 16,5 | AI 7,7 | DIF 15,3)
2. Jule Schuster/Pepyn Trevenier (TOT 38,9 | EX 15,6 | AI 7,6 | DIF 15,7)
3. Pablo Azul/Toby Künzel/Robert Bross (TOT 36,8 | EX 12,4 | AI 10,6 | DIF 13,8)
4. Steffen Verstichelen/Paula Willin (TOT 32,4 | EX 14,4 | AI 5,8 | DIF 12,2)
5. Raphael von der Grün/Luca Muntan (TOT 19,5 | EX 9,4 | AI 4,1 | DIF 6)

Open Pairs Semi-Final Pool B

1. Florian Hess/Daniel Weinbruch (TOT 49 | EX 15,9 | AI 15,5 | DIF 17,6)
2. Philipp Schellworth/Christian Lamred (TOT 38,6 | EX 12,6 | AI 13,6 | DIF 12,4)
3. Rainer Dörr/Robbin Flößen (TOT 33,6 | EX 11,6 | AI 10,5 | DIF 11,5)
4. Simon Faber/Jochen Schleicher (TOT 33 | EX 7 | AI 13,9 | DIF 12,1)
5. Hauke Raschen/Naim Megassabi (TOT 32,5 | EX 10 | AI 11,6 | DIF 10,9)

Report + Photos: http://www.freestylefrisbee.de/de/news/1340-bcc2015-ergebnisse

2015 American Freestyle Championships

2015 American Freestyle Championships
Portland, OR
August 7-9, 2015

Women Finals

1. Emma Kahle – Lori Daniels (46.36667) [video]
2. Lisa Hunrichs – Bethany Sanchez (39.38333) [video]
3. Cindy St. Mary – Mary Lowry (34.86667) [video]
4. Stephanie Chan – Marie Geare (29.35) [video]

Open Pairs Finals

1. Paul Kenny – Ryan Young (59.83333) [video]
2. Matt Gauthier – Cindy St. Mary (57.13333) [video]
3. Jeff O’Brien – Jonathan Willett (52.45) [video]
4. Mike Galloupe – Johnny Trevino (47.5) [video]
5. Steve Scannell – Carl Dobson (44.86667) [video]
6. Charles Logan – Dave Bolyard (40.96667) [video]
7. Tony Pellicane – Angelo Trevino (33.56667) [video]
8. Gerry Geare – Rick Moody (31.66667) [video]

Mixed Pairs Finals

1. Matt Gauthier – Lisa Hunrichs (54.7) [video]
2. Tony Pellicane – Cindy St. Mary (54.28333) [video]
3. Paul Kenny – Bethany Sanchez (51.36667) [video]
4. Jeff O’Brien – Lori Daniels (45.43333) [video]
5. Charles Logan – Mary Lowry (39.41667) [video]
6. Ryan Young – Megan Grilliot (38.25) [video]

Coop Finals

1. Paul Kenny – Ryan Young – Jeff O’brien (51.59474) [video]
2. Lisa Hunrichs – Jonathan Willett – Tony Pellicane (40.36491) [video]
3. Lori Daniels – Gerry Geare – Carl Dobson (39.88158) [video]
4. Mike Galloupe – Charles Logan – Johnny Trevino (38.10088) [video]
5. Steve Scannell – Rick Moody – Marie Geare (27.78421) [video]
6. Dave Bolyard – Stephanie Chan – Mary Lowry (27.6) [video]

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2015 WFDF Overalls – Freestyle

WFDF Overall Championships
Freestyle Event
Norrköping, Sweden
July 22-25, 2015

Final (partial results)

1. Joakim Arveskär/Emanuele Faustini
2. Stefan Karlsson/Jan Sørensen
3. Mike Beckman/Andreas Jaderyd

Semi 1
Stefan Karlsson/Jan Sørensen 70.79
Joakim Arveskär/Emanuele Faustini 67.95
Petri Isola/Jan Ekman 66.42
Rick Williams/Harvey Brandt 60.32
Rick LeBeau/Jack Cooksey 49.17
Sten Sturefelt/Thomas Olsson 41.64

Semi 2
Peter Karlsson/Pablo Azul 66.56
Mike Beckman/Andreas Jaderyd 66.38
Marc Pestotnik/Markus Hein 64.16
Thomas Cole/Tomas Burvall 57.38
Doug Korns/John Titcomb 51.66
Conrad Damon/David Hesselberth 49.29
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2015 FPA World Championships Results

2015 FPA World Championships
Karlsruhe, Germany
June 25-28, 2015

Lisa Hunrichs and Paul Kenny sweep the 2015 FPA World Championships.

Women’s Pairs Final
1. Lisa Hunrichs/Emma Kahle (77.6 — E 28.5, A 23.3, D 25.) [video]
2. Ilka Simon/Bianca Strunz (62.5 — E 23.2, A 17.5, D 21.8) [video]
3. Lori Daniels/Amy Schiller (56.8 — E 22.2, A 13.8, D 20.8) [video]
4. Lina Dittrich/Nadine Klos (53.2 — E 24.5, A 11.3, D 17.4) [video]
5. Anna Merlo/Lindsay Sweeten (33.3 — E 17.4, A 7.2, D 8.7) [video]

Open Pairs Final
1. Mehrdad Hosseinian/Paul Kenny (82.2 — E 30.0, A 24.4, D 27.8) [video]
2. Flo Hess/Alex Leist (79.1 — E 29.2, A 24.6, D 25.3) [video]
3. Claudio Cigna/Marco Prati (79.1 — E 26.4, A 24.2, D 28.5) [video]
4. Manuel Cesari/Balu Major (77.1 — E 28.0, A 22.3, D 26.8) [video]
5. Fabio Sanna/Randy Silvey (73.2 — E 24.3, A 23.0, D 25.9) [video]
6. Pavel Baranyk/Jakub Kostel (71.6 — E 24.8, A 19.1, D 27.7) [video]
7. Emanuele Faustini/James Wiseman (68.6 — E 24.8, A 18.5, D 25.3) [video]
8. Freddy Finner/Sascha Scherzinger (60.1 — E 17.7, A 15.5, D 26.9) [video]

Mixed Pairs Final
1. Lisa Hunrichs/Matt Gauthier (74.4 — E 23.7, A 24.0, D 26.7) [video]
2. Amy Schiller/Dave Schiller (72.6 — E 27.2, A 17.0, D 28.4) [video]
3. Bianca Strunz/Sascha Hohne (70.0 — E 23.2, A 20.0, D 26.8) [video]
4. Irena Kulisanova/Pavel Baranyk (66.1 — E 23.3, A 16.5, D 26.3) [video]
5. Emma Kahle/Randy Silvey (63.0 — E 22.3, A 16.8, D 23.9) [video]
6. Lori Daniels/Ryan Young (62.1 — E 24.9, A 13.3, D 23.9) [video]

Open Co-op Final
1. Paul Kenny/Balu Major/Marco Prati (75.8 — E 23.8, A 22.0, D 30.0) [video]
2. Freddy Finner/Sascha Hohne/Jan Schreck (75.5 — E 22.3, A 23.0, D 30.2) [video]
3. Flo Hess/Christian Lamred/Alex Leist (74.1 — E 20.7, A 24.8, D 28.6) [video]
4. Matteo Gaddoni/Matt Gauthier/Dave Schiller (72.5 — E 23.2, A 19.5, D 29.8) [video]
5. Pavel Baranyk/Claudio Cigna/Tom Leitner (68.1 — E 21.4, A 17.6, D 29.1) [video]
6. Joakim Arveskar/Clay Collera/Reto Zimmerman (60.3 – EX 15.0, A 19.8, D 25.5) [video]

Some notable freestyle and FPA World Championships accomplishments:

* By winning Women’s Pairs with Emma Kahle, Lisa Hunrichs became the first player to win any division eleven times.
* By sweeping Open Pairs and Open Co-op, Paul Kenny becomes the oldest player (at age 56) to pull off that sweep.
* Paul Kenny and Mehrdad Houssanian go not only dropless but bobble-less to become the first team to receive no execution deductions, not only at the world championships but possibly in any freestyle tournament.
* For the first time since 1996, two teams went dropless in the FPA Worlds Open Pairs finals (Houssanian/Kenny and Hess/Leist). Manuel Cesari nearly made it three, logging only one drop.

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