08-17.04.2017 – Tali Bowl
Helsinki – Finland

Somijas pilsētā Helsinki startē 30-ais Eiropas Čempionāts Jauniešiem. Latviju pārstāv tikai viens spēlētājs – Artemijs Hudjakovs.

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Uz Helsinkiem kopā ar Artemiju ir devies arī viņa treneris – pazīstams Ukrainas speciālists Genādijs Sidorenko. Treneris un viņa padotais ir paveikuši lielu darbu un spriežot pēc visa ir labi sagatavojušies šim čempionātam. Atgādināsim, ka 16 gadus jaunais Artemijs nacionālajā reitingā ieņem 2 vietu un pēdējā gada laikā rāda stabilu spēli. Neskatoties uz to, ka mūsu valsti pārstāvēs tikai viens sportists, mums ir pamatotas cerības uz labu rezultātu.

Vēlam Artemijam un Genādijam labus rezultātus un turam īkšķus par savējiem!!!
Oficiālā čempionāta mājas lapa: http://www.bowling.fi/eyc2017

Artemija Hudjakova rezultāti čempionātā: 52 vieta no 94 dalībniekiem.

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В Хельсинки стартует 30-й Молодёжный Чемпионат Европы.
Латвию на этом чемпионате представляет всего один игрок – Артемий Худяков.
В качестве тренера Артемия сопровождает известный специалист из Украины – Геннадий Сидоренко.
Тренер и его воспитаник проделали большую работу и, судя по всему, не плохо готовы. Напомним, что 16-летний Артемий идёт на 2-м месте в национальном рейтинге и на протяжении последнего года показывает стабильно высокие результаты. Поэтому, не смотря на столь скромное представительство на Чемпионате, мы вправе рассчитывать на хороший результат, первые за последние 4 года.

Желаем Артемию и Геннадию хорошей игры и болеем за наших!!!
За результатами следим здесь – http://www.bowling.fi/eyc2017



MEDALS

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Denise from Netherlands is the Champion.

Champions_nettiin

 

The last day of EYC 2017 in Tali Bowl was full of excitment, dissapointments and joy. In girls masters semi finals Megan G. Dicay won the all event winner Maria Koshel 2-1, with games 200-214, 228-215 and 204-184. In the other semi final Denise Blankenzee beat Mathilda Tidbeck also 2-1, games 177-200, 220-209 and 223-215.

Denise lost also the first game in final against Megan 164-166, but won two next games 246-203 and 214-205 and took the gols medal in masters. “This is my third time in EYC and I have never before won medal, than here in Tali. And now I have three medals in a row. Feels amazing. I am so happy”, Denise said. “This is a wonderful center, big and very open. I like the center very much. Also Helsinki is a nice city, as much as I saw from it”, she said.


European Youth Championships 2017 – girls masters Final step


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 William from Sweden is the Champion.

Champions_nettiin

Both boys semi finals went to tree games. Oleksandr Nechypaiev beat Joppe Belmans with games 237-222, 181-197 and 233-180. William Svensson won Ziga Zalar in the first game 188-185, but lost the second 143-213. Then William came back in business and won the third game 252-189. In the final Oleksander took the first game 222-203, but William the next two 273-189 and 258-193. William is now back to back Champion in EYC masters, since he also won last year in Reykjavik. “Today I just focused on every shot, one by one. I have been a bit sick and struggled whole week, but today I was feeling good and in good shape”, William said. “I still have two more year in the youth, so lets hope that I can win this again. I still can improve my mental game and try to be better in repeating every shot”, he said.

Seija Lankinen


European Youth Championships 2017 – boys masters Final step


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 Exciting finish in girls all event.

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The audience in Tali saw very exciting finish in girls singles qualification and all event. Before the last game it was only sure, that Maria Koshel will be the all event’s champion and in the singles final, all the rest was open. Anna Petakova from Czech Republic shot five strikes in a row from the fifth frame in the last game and took the second place in singles qualification. Megan G. Dicay, who played in the morning squad was number three and Lorna Scott from England fourth. Finland’s Essi Pakarinen was on her way to semi final still in seventh frame, but the she made an open frame and missed pins 2/4 in the last and was left out with 11 pins.

I knew that I can bowl well, but I did not know that I can bowl this well and take the all event gold medal”, Maria Koshel said. “This is the first all event gold to Russia and I can not find words to express, how happy and pround I am. I hope that Russian girls will develop for the next year, so we can do the same as Finland this year. Take all medals in all event”, she smiled.

In all event Maria Koshel played 3788 (210,4) in 18 games and took gold medal. Swedish girls Hanna Engberg and Mathilde Tidbeck hunted silver and bronze until the last game. Hanna finished with 166 and missed the bronze medal with five pins, Mathilde with 173 and missed the medal with 14 pins. So the silver medallist is Elice Piksilä from Finland and bronze medallist Denise Blankenzee from Holland.

Seija Lankinen


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 Finland took everything in boys all event.

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EYC 2017 boys all events finished to Finnish celebration. Niko Oksanen took the gold medal with a new Championships record 4187. Jesse Ahokas is the silver medallist, 213 pins pins behind Niko, so there was no questions in Tali, who is the best boy in the center. In the last single squad there were couple of boys fighting for the bronze.

Emanuel Jonsson from Sweden hunted Finnish Pyry Puharinen, and both of them hunted the result of Ronan van der Loo from the Netherlands. In the last game Emanuel made an open in the second frame and was not able to strike out. He finished with a 210 game, which was not enough for the all event medal, but enough for the single’s semi finals. Pyry made 247 in the fifth game and then 245 in the last and took the bronze medal with 23 pins difference to Ronan. “This is unbelievable, amazing feeling”, 14-years old Pyry said. “Big thanks to my personal coach Sami Heinilä, who quided me to the right line in two last games”, Pyry told. “It is great and more great to get all medals in all event here in Tali, in our home country”, Jesse Ahokas said.

To Niko this is the last event in youth, so he was very pleased for the gold, second one in a row while he won all event also last year in Reykjavik. “This gold was my primary target here in Tali, because it is the most valuable medal”, Niko said. “I have now got medal in each event here and in masters we will go for the gold. We have lost so many stepladders here, I am getting tired to it”, Niko smiled.

In the singles qualification Ziga Zalar, Slovenia, was on top with score 1438. Sidney Schroschk from Germany was best in the second squad and took the second place. Niko Oksanen and Emanuel Jonsson had a tie with score 1384. Emanuel won the roll off 40-25 and will meet Sidney in the semi final. Niko will play against Zalar.

Seija Lankinen


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 Megan G. Dicay from Denmark have won the gold in singles event.

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Danish Megan G. Dicay was in good shape in girls first single squad. Before today her best six games result was 1139, now she bowled 1226 and will have an exciting afternoon, while waiting if this is enough for the singles semi final. “This was my best six games here in Helsinki. Now I played more out and hooked more, before I had more tight and straight line”, Megan said. “I hope that this is enough for the medal games. Now I am very nervous and excited”, Megan finished. Shinya Haest from Belgium, 1205, was second in the squad followed by Elice Piksilä Finland, 1199, and Jolien Thys Belgium, 1192.

There will be strong players in the second squad. Elice Piksilä is now leading the All Event, but two best players after 12 games, Maria Koshel, Russia, and Hanna Engberg, Sweden, are coming to play in the last qualification squad in EYC 2017. To beat Elice Maria needs to score 1091 and Hanna 1132. The two more players who can drop Elice out from the medals in All Event, are Mathilda Tidbeck from Sweden and Sofia Hultstedt from Norway. Both of them need to score 1214 for to reach Elice’s total.

Seija Lankinen


European Youth Championships 2017 – girls single Finals


Singles Finals Girls
Semi Final 1 | 1 vs. 4

#   Score Tie
1 Russia  
Maria Koshel 171 9
  171 9
2 England  
Lorna Scott 171 8
  171 8

Semi Final 2 | 2 vs. 3

#   Score Tie
1 Denmark  
Megan G. Dicay 189  
  189  
2 Czech Republic  
Anna Petáková 188  
  188  

Final

#   Score Tie
1 Denmark  
Megan G. Dicay 216  
  216  
2 Russia  
Maria Koshel 184  
  184

 


 European Champion in single, Emanuel Jonsson.

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Emanuel Jonsson (in picture with his coach Diana Alfredsson) from Sweden is the European Champion in boys single 2017. He beat in semi final Sidney Schroschk, Germany, easily with scores 232-177. In the other semi final Finland’s Niko Oksanen won Ziga Zalar from Slovenia, 235-164. Emanuel got a good start to the final, while he with a bit luckily got some strikes in between good shots and made four in a row. In sixth frame Emanuel led with 30 pins. The fight finished in the last frame, when Niko made on open frame. Emanuel won 213-180.

“I felt really good, when we started and had two lucky strikes in the beginning of the game. I need to have enough adrenalin and then I bowl well and today I had it”, Emanuel said.

Seija Lankinen


European Youth Championships 2017 – boys single Finals


Singles Finals Boys
Semi Final 1 | 1 vs. 4

#   Score Tie
1 Finland  
Niko Oksanen 235  
  235  
2 Slovenia  
Ziga Zalar 164  
  164  

Semi Final 2 | 2 vs. 3

#   Score Tie
1 Sweden  
Emanuel Jonsson 232  
  232  
2 Germany  
Sidney Schroschk 177  
  177  

Final

#   Score Tie
1 Sweden  
Emanuel Jonsson 213  
  213  
2 Finland  
Niko Oksanen 180  
  180

 


 England girls are the team champions.

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In girls semi final looked like Sweden is beating England easily, but in the last frame they threw it away with some opens. England said thank you and won 755-723. The match between Finland and the Netherlands was also tight. In the last frame Finland was stroger and marched in to the final with scores 756-729.

Girls final was a thriller. England had in half way the lead with 50 pins, but Finland came back to the game in 8-9 frames. England’s last player, Mia Bewley, had the keys in her hands, but she finished with an open frame. Then Teea Mäkelä had a chage to become a hero, but after a spare she took only eight pins and there was a tie 750-750. Breaking the tie all four players made one shot and the total was counted. First round ended in tie 38-38, but England won the second 38-34 and took the gold medals. In the gold medal team were playing Isabelle Allen, Lorna Scott, Mia Bewley and Natasja Ailes.

We heard also sad news from team England. Two players, Ki Leighfield and Matthew Terry, are expelled from team England and they will bowl no more.

Tomorrow in Tali we will have boys single, and on Saturday girls single.

Seija Lankinen


European Youth Championships 2017 – girls teams Finals


Team Finals Girls
Semi Final 1 | 1 vs. 4

#   Score Tie
1 Finland  
Elice Piksilä 224  
Essi Pakarinen 175  
Vilma Salo 187  
Teea Mäkelä 170  
  756  
2 Netherlands  
Bianca Brommer 161  
Sharon Rietveld 210  
Beaudine Kriele 202  
Denise Blankenzee 156  
  729  

Semi Final 2 | 2 vs. 3

#   Score Tie
1 England  
Lorna Scott 163  
Isabel Allen 199  
Natasja Ailes 208  
Mia Bewley 185  
  755  
2 Sweden  
Ellen Ekholm 165  
Mathilda Tidbeck 205  
Amanda Gadd 168  
Hanna Engberg 185  
  723  

Final

#   Score Tie
1 England  
Lorna Scott 202 20
Isabel Allen 184 18
Natasja Ailes 171 20
Mia Bewley 193 18
  750 76
2 Finland  
Elice Piksilä 189 16
Essi Pakarinen 224 20
Vilma Salo 158 18
Teea Mäkelä 179 18
  750 72

 


 Sweden boys team are the team champions.

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In semi finals the full house Tali got what wanted, three matches were really exciting. Sweden’s boys team had no problems in their game against Slovakia and won by high score 948-817. Denmark managed to fight against Finland until eighth frame. Then started the blue-white colours the march to victory and Finland earned the place to the final with scores 889-832.

Boys final was a celebration of Sweden. Robin Skans, Emanuel Jonsson, William Svensson and Filip Thelander started the strike show from the first frames and Finland could not answer. Sweden won the titel match 937-814.


European Youth Championships 2017 – boys teams Finals.


Team Finals Boys
Semi Final 1 | 1 vs. 4

#   Score Tie
1 Finland  
Pyry Puharinen 191  
Lassi Aalto 257  
Jesse Ahokas 207  
Niko Oksanen 234  
  889  
2 Denmark  
Niklas J. Sørensen 169  
Jeppe Jakobsen 226  
Mathias G. Ankerdal 216  
Jonas H. Iversen 221  
  832  

Semi Final 2 | 2 vs. 3

#   Score Tie
1 Sweden  
Robin Skans 231  
Emanuel Jonsson 249  
William Svensson 234  
Filip Thelander 234  
  948  
2 Slovakia  
Dávid Vilina 186  
Alex Basala 233  
Tomáš Vrabec 171  
Roman Karlík 227  
  817  

Final

#   Score Tie
1 Sweden  
Robin Skans 196  
Emanuel Jonsson 229  
William Svensson 268  
Filip Thelander 244  
  937  
2 Finland  
Pyry Puharinen 178  
Lassi Aalto 212  
Jesse Ahokas 172  
Niko Oksanen 252  
  814

 


 Belgium is the girls gold medallist in doubles.

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Belgian girls Jolien Thys and Shinya Haest beat Sweden in the semi final 388-349 and Norway in the final 404-345. The semi final was tight until the tenth frame, but the result of the final was more or less ready in eighth frame. In their own semi-final Norway won the qualification winner Russia with one pin, 389-388.

17-years old Jolien and 16-years old Shinya did not believe that they won, eventhough there were big smiles on their faces. “I feel, I am still dreaming”, Shinya said. “I had hard time in the official practise and did not feel comfortable at all. Today I was pretty calm and also my spares were good”. Shinya is looking very calm when she plays and she confirms that herself. “I’m normally never nervous, I get stressed only when I really feel like I am in a small corner”, she said.

In the picture left the coach Melissa Vallons, Jolien Thys and Shinya Haest.

Seija Lankinen


European Youth Championships 2017 – girls doubles Finals


Doubles Finals Girls
Semi Final 1 | 1 vs. 4

#   Score
1 Norway 1  
Helene J Johnsrud 178
Sofia Hultstedt 211
  389
2 Russia 2  
Maria Koshel 216
Daria Minenko 172
  388

Semi Final 2 | 2 vs. 3

#   Score
1 Belgium 1  
Jolien Thys 188
Shinya Haest 200
  388
2 Sweden 2  
Mathilda Tidbeck 165
Hanna Engberg 184
  349

Final

#   Score
1 Belgium 1  
Jolien Thys 191
Shinya Haest 213
  404
2 Norway 1  
Helene J Johnsrud 145
Sofia Hultstedt 200
  345

 Ukraine took the gold

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European Youth Championships first medal matches were really exciting and tight. Ukraine beat Finland in the semifinal 412-402. The anchorman Mykola Sielin hit the last strikes in the 10th frame, when the opponent gave the chance. In the other semifinal the Netherlands won France quite clearly 436-399.

The victory of the final was already almost in the Netherlands pocket, while they were 26 pins ahead in the 7th frame. In the last frame the second boy from the Netherlands, Ronan van der Loo could have closed the door with a strike or a spare. But he missed the seven pin and gave the keys to Mykola. He said thanks, and hit two strikes and Ukraine won 410-406. The other gold medallist is Oleksandr Nechypaiev.

“It was really exciting, the whole day”, Ukraine boys said. “I just tried to clean my head and concentrate to each shot. It was more difficult before, than in the last frames”, Mykola said about crucial moment”.
“Feels good. All the work, that we have done at home, got now the payment”, Mykola smiled.


European Youth Championships 2017 – boys doubles Finals


Doubles Finals Boys
Semi Final 1 | 1 vs. 4

#   Score
1 Ukraine 1
Oleksandr Nechypaiev 176
Mykola Sielin 236
  412
2 Finland 1
Jesse Ahokas 192
Niko Oksanen 210
  402

Semi Final 2 | 2 vs. 3

#   Score
1 Netherlands 1
Brent de Ruiter 257
Ronan van der Loo 179
  436
2 France 2
Quentin Deroo 206
Maxime Dubois 193
  399

Final

#   Score
1 Ukraine 1
Oleksandr Nechypaiev 212
Mykola Sielin 198
  410
2 Netherlands 1
Brent de Ruiter 247
Ronan van der Loo 159
  406

# Name Federation G1 G2 G3 G4 G5 G6 Score AVG
1 Artemijs Hudjakovs Latvia 236 148 164 171 178 244 1141 190,2


 Opening Ceremony



EYC2017 – Preliminary Schedule

The Schedule is preliminary until the Team Managers Meeting. The Schedule below is very final but minor changes are possible.

Weekday

Date

From

To

Activity

Friday

07.04.2017

10.00

22.00

Unofficial Practice

Weekday

Date

From

To

Activity

Saturday

08.04.2017

Last day of team arrivals

10.00

22.00

Unofficial Practice

10.00

20.00

Ball Registration

Weekday

Date

From

To

Activity

Sunday

09.04.2017

10.00

18.00

Ball Registration

10.00

11.00

Lane Maintenance

9.00

10.00

Team Managers meeting (Hotel)

11.00 12.30 Official Practice Squad 1
12.30 13.30 Lane Maintenance
13.30 15.00 Official Practice Squad 2
15.00 16.00 Lane Maintenance
16.00 17.30 Official Practice Squad 3
17.30 18.30 Break and line up

18.30

19.00

Opening Ceremony in the centre

Weekday

Date

From

To

Activity

Monday

10.04.2017

08.00 09.00 Lane Maintenance
09.00 12.15 Boys Doubles Squad 1
12.15 13.15 Lane Maintenance
13.15 16.30 Boys Doubles Squad 2
16.30 17.30 Lane Maintenance
17.30 18.15 Boys Doubles Semi Finals
18.15 19.00 Boys Doubles Finals
19.00 19.30 Medal Ceremonies Boys Doubles

Weekday

Date

From

To

Activity

Tuesday

11.04.2017

08.00 09.00 Lane Maintenance
09.00 12.15 Girls Doubles Squad 1
12.15 13.15 Lane Maintenance
13.15 16.30 Girls Doubles Squad 2
16.30 17.30 Lane Maintenance
17.30 18.15 Girls Doubles Semi Finals
18.15 19.00 Girls Doubles Finals
19.00 19.30 Medal Ceremonies Girls Doubles

Weekday

Date

From

To

Activity

Wednesday

12.04.2017

08.00 09.00 Lane Maintenance
09.00 12.15 Boys Team, Block 1
12.15 13.15 Lane Maintenance
13.15 16.30 Girls Team, Block 1

Weekday

Date

From

To

Activity

Thursday

13.04.2017

08.00 09.00 Lane Maintenance
09.00 12.15 Girls Team, Block 2
12.15 13.15 Lane Maintenance
13.15 16.30 Boys Team, Block 2
16.30 17.30 Lane Maintenance
17.30 18.30 Girls & Boys Team, Semi Finals
18.30 19.30 Girls & Boys Team, Finals
19.30 20.00 Medal Ceremonies Girls & Boys Team

Weekday

Date

From

To

Activity

Friday

14.04.2017

08.00 09.00 Lane Maintenance
09.00 12.15 Boys Singles, Squad 1
12.15 13.15 Lane Maintenance
13.15 16.30 Boys Singles, Squad 2
16.30 17.30 Lane Maintenance
17.30 18.00 Boys Singles Semi Finals
18.00 18.30 Boys Singles Finals
18.30 19.00 Medal Ceremonies Boys Singles & All Events

Weekday

Date

From

To

Activity

Saturday

15.04.2017

08.00 09.00 Lane Maintenance
09.00 12.15 Girls Singles, Squad 1
12.15 13.15 Lane Maintenance
13.15 16.30 Girls Singles, Squad 2
12.15 13.15 Lane Maintenance
17.30 18.00 Girls Singles Semi Finals
18.00 18.30 Girls Singles Finals
18.30 19.00 Medal Ceremonies Girls Singles & All Events

Weekday

Date

From

To

Activity

Sunday

16.04.2017

08.00 09.00 Lane Maintenance
09.00 10.00 Girls & Boys Masters, Step 1 (2 x 8 matches)
10.00 11.00 Girls & Boys Masters, Step 2 (2 x 8 matches)
11.00 12.00 Lane Maintenance
12.00 13.00 Girls & Boys Masters, Step 3 (2 X 4 matches)
13.00 14.00 Girls & Boys Masters, Step 4 (2 X 2 matches)
14.00 14.30 Break
14.30 15.30 Girls Masters, Step 5
15.30 16.30 Boys Masters, Step 5
16.30 17.00 Medal Ceremonies Girls & Boys Masters
19.00 01.00 Banquet at Bowling Centre

In Boys and Girls Masters step 2, winners from step 1 move two lane pairs to the right (inside the ring)

Weekday

Date

From

To

Activity

Monday

17.04.2017

Departure

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