2009 Paganello – Final Results



2009 Paganello
Rimini, Italy
April 12, 2009

Mixed Pairs Final

1. Judith Haas/Flo Hess (42.2 = 12.1 AI + 19.6 EX + 10.5 D) [video]
2. Eleonora Imazio/Fabio Sanna (39.8 = 11.2 AI + 17.0 EX + 11.6 D) [video]
3. Gloria Alessandrini/Randy Silvey (36.4 = 10.8 AI + 16.0 EX + 9.6 D) [video]
4. Martina Frosini/Matteo Gaddoni (31.8 = 8.8 AI + 14.2 EX + 8.8 D)
5. Sara Cintura/Guglielmo Feis (17.6 = 3.8 AI + 8.4 EX + 5.4 D)

Open Pairs Final

1. Paul Kenny/Fabio Sanna (42.3 = 11.6 AI + 16.4 EX + 14.3 D) [video]
2. Claudio Cigna/Clay Collera (42.1 = 12.1 AI + 15.8 EX + 14.2 D) [video]
3. Balu Major/Gery Nemeth (40.4 = 10.5 AI + 17.0 EX + 12.9 D) [video]
4. Arthur Coddington/Randy Silvey (39.8 = 10.3 AI + 15.8 EX + 13.7 D) [video]
5. Matteo Gaddoni/Marco Prati (38.8 = 10.0 AI + 16.0 EX + 12.8 D)
6. Joakim Arvesk‰r/Reto Zimmerman (37.8 = 9.2 AI + 16.4 EX + 12.2 D) [video]
7. Flo Hess/Tom Leitner (37.5 = 6.9 AI + 17.2 EX + 13.4 D) [video]
8. Giovanni Coppo/Valerio Occorsio (37.0 = 9.1 AI + 15.6 EX + 12.3 D) [video]

Open Co-op Final

1. Joakim Arvesk‰r/Clay Collera/Reto Zimmerman (44.8 = 15.7 AI + 15.8 EX + 13.3 D) [video]
2. Claudio Cigna/Matteo Gaddoni/Fabio Sanna (44.6 = 14.5 AI + 17.1 EX + 13.0 D) [video]
3. Arthur Coddington/Giovanni Coppo/Valerio Occorsio (43.4 = 12.7 AI + 16.6 EX + 14.1 D) [video]
4. Manuel Cesari/Andrea Poli/Marco Prati (42.0 = 13.3 AI + 16.3 EX + 12.4 D) [video]
5. Paul Kenny/Balu Major/Gery Nemeth (40.2 = 13.7 AI + 13.0 EX + 13.5 D) [video]
6. Flo Hess/Tom Leitner/Doug Simon (scratch due to injury to Flo Hess) [video of Leitner/Simon/Silvey demo]

3 comments

  1. Okene

    Oh no…what happened to Flo again? Not his shoulder again, i hope…!

    patience is a virtue.

  2. arthurcoddington

    Hamstring. I didn’t see it. I was told he went for a split as part of a catch and tore his hamstring. Tommy reports on Jammers that it is expected to heal in 1 month.

  3. arthurcoddington

    I spoke to Flo today. The injury will take 6 weeks to heal – more than enough time for Flo to recover and rule at the world championships!