returns from Monday have the Americans
taking the day 15-11 which pushes the
World Cup into a flat footed tie at 23
heading into the final day of World Cup
Some of the key WC games already started
this morning are:
- Zajac vs. Tournemire
- Fortenberry vs. van der Salm
- Rossi vs. Ronnblom
- Holst vs. Koch
Rich Domovic & Brian Wiersma are
pacing the US forces at +3 while
Philippe Briaux is the leading candidate
for World MVP at +3...
gapped into the lead in the early
afternoon and is maintaining it at 36-31
Philippe Briaux looks to have the World
MVP wrapped up at 5-0. John Bays (3-0),
Klas Malmstrom (3-0) and George
Tournemire (4-1) are all at +3. US MVP
currently is Rich Domovic (4-1) with
Gary Fortenberry (3-1) and Brian Wiersma
(3-1) a game back at +2. Rich's only
loss was to Philippe...
~100 thru the doors already by Tuesday
an exciting year of World Cup action,
the World Triumphed 39-33. The US rolled
out 4 former Grofaz Champions (11 titles
amongst them) and still came up short.
The Grofazi did manage an 11-5 record
combined, representing the US well. It
was tied entering Tuesday morning at 23,
but that was when the Euros started to
get serious apparently opening 11-2
Tuesday morning before adjourning for
shopping. Apparently a tiring event as
the US closed on them, but the morning
domination was too much to overcome. The
World forces were led by the French as
the top duo were both French and netted
a +9 during the Cup.
Congrats to World MVP Philippe Briaux
(5-0). Gary Fortenberry took home the US
MVP at 4-0.
Rich Domovic was +3 (4-1) for the US and
Brian Wiersma managed +2 at 3-1 to be
the only other US players > +1.
For the World, George Tournemire was +4
(5-1), while John Bays & Klas
Malmstrom both went 3-0.
Another year of close exciting World Cup
action, and another year of World
Victory as World forces have won their
9th straight Cup.