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      October 22, 2002:

-Johnson Takes Over First

10/22/2002 - PWBA
      MESA, Ariz. - Liz Johnson, Cheektowaga, NY has been the hottest player on the Professional Women's Bowling Association tour in the last three weeks and during the second round of the Wheelchair Awareness Classic at Country Club Lanes it showed. After 18 games the seventh year pro leads the Classic with a 213 average and a 3,834 pinfall.

      "I had some bigger games than I did yesterday," stated Johnson. "On the sports condition you have to be accurate otherwise you pay the price. I really didn't make any big adjustments thru most of the round. In fact, I used the same ball for all nine games."

      Sandwiched between an opening 187 and a 176, the native New Yorker tossed the high game of the day with a 266. During the last three national tournaments Johnson has placed second, first and third. Including the last two rounds of the Classic she has led the field in six of 18 sessions.

      Kelly Kulick, Union, NJ held her position in second with 206.88 and 3,724. The PWBA's Rookie of the Year is seeking her first career title. She has four top 10s in her last six tournaments and has appeared in the televised finals twice during that stretch.

      Tiffany Stanbrough, Oklahoma City, Okla., dropped back two spots to third with 206.27 and 3,713. Despite a 199 average for the nine-game block, the lefthander's productivity was boosted by four games of 220 or better.

      "The lanes were hooking a little bit more today," said Stanbrough. "When the scoring is low the key is to have clean games and make your spares. With the kind of talent we have out here there is very little room for error."

      Moving into fourth place and racking up the highest pinfall of the afternoon was Dede Davidson, Las Vegas, Nev. The southpaw leaped from 13th place with the help of a 1,948 tally (216.44). For the tournament the eight-time titlest has totals of 205.16 and 3,693.

      Four-time PWBA Player of the Year Wendy Macpherson, Henderson, Nev. rounds out the top five with 203.27 and 3,659. Macpherson is the only player this season to finish in the top 15 in every national tournament.

      Defending champion Tish Johnson, Northridge, Calif., charged up the standings sheet from 27th to 12th ending with 195.61 and 3,521. Arizona State alum Amy Stolz, Westminster, CO, who currently is in 15th, was the only amateur to make the top 24 cut with 194.33 and 3,498. Shana Ray, Corpus Christi, Texas was the last cut at 188.27 and 3,389 while Maxine Nable was the last cash at 185.55 and 3,340.

      The top 24 start the first of two 12-game match play rounds on Wednesday, Oct. 23 at 11 a.m. The second 12-game session takes place on Thursday, Oct. 24, at 11 a.m. At the conclusion of match play, the top five bowlers compete on Friday, Oct. 25 at 3 p.m. in the championship rounds. ESPN2 will tape the championships for an October 28 broadcast at 10 p.m. (ET).

QUALIFIER STANDINGS AFTER 18 GAMES 
SQ  POS BOWLER - HOMETOWN                          PINS   AVG   +OR- 
 
A     1 Liz Johnson - Cheektowaga, NY              3834 213.00  +234 
A     2 Kelly Kulick - Union, NJ                   3724 206.88  +124 
A     3 Tiffany Stanbrough - Oklahoma City, OK     3713 206.27  +113 
A     4 Dede Davidson - Las Vegas, NV              3693 205.16   +93 
A     5 Wendy Macpherson - Henderson, NV           3659 203.27   +59 
A     6 Kendra Gaines - Sebring, FL                3655 203.05   +55 
A     7 Cathy Dorin-Lizzi - Linden, NJ             3611 200.61   +11 
A T   8 Michelle Feldman - Skaneateles, NY         3554 197.44   -46 
A       Brenda Norman - Indianapolis, IN           3554 197.44   -46 
A    10 Carolyn Dorin-Ballard - N. Richland Hills, 3549 197.16   -51 
A    11 Tammy Turner - Ogden, UT                   3531 196.16   -69 
A    12 Tish Johnson - Northridge, CA              3521 195.61   -79 
A    13 Kim Terrell - Antioch, CA                  3516 195.33   -84 
A    14 Rachel Perez - San Marcos, TX              3502 194.55   -98 
A    15 Amy Stolz(am) - Westminster, CO            3498 194.33  -102 
A    16 Cara Honeychurch - Australia,              3492 194.00  -108 
A    17 Karen Stroud - Victoria, TX                3485 193.61  -115 
A    18 Kim Adler - Cocoa, FL                      3471 192.83  -129 
A    19 Marcia Kamrowski - Boca Raton, FL          3470 192.77  -130 
A    20 Tennelle Grijalva - Yorba Linda, CA        3452 191.77  -148 
A    21 Amy Dillon - Miami, FL                     3428 190.44  -172 
A    22 Carol Gianotti-Block - Australia,          3423 190.16  -177 
A    23 Marianne DiRupo - Succasunna, NJ           3411 189.50  -189 
A    24 Shana Ray - Corpus Christi, TX             3389 188.27  -211 
A    25 Maxine Nable - Australia,                  3340 185.55  -260 
A    26 Laura Lee Daniel - Corona, CA              3322 184.55  -278 
A    27 Barbara McFadden - Los Angeles, CA         3321 184.50  -279 
A    28 Char Hammel - Brea, CA                     3313 184.05  -287 
A    29 Anne Marie Duggan - Edmond, OK             3290 182.77  -310 
A    30 Mindee Pullman(am) - Salt Lake City, UT    3262 181.22  -338 
A    31 Leanne Barrette - Pleasanton, CA           3258 181.00  -342 
A    32  Vickie Myers - Mission Viejo, CA          3244 180.22  -356 
A    33 Kim Hunn(am) - Mesa, AZ                    3233 179.61  -367 
A    34 Vickie Rae Sexton(am) - Phoenix, AZ        3173 176.27  -427 
A    35 Paula Mikkelson - Appleton, WI             3129 173.83  -471 
A    36 Michelle Silver - West Los Angeles, CA     3114 173.00  -486 
A    37 Sabrina Duncan - New Orleans, LA           3015 167.50  -585 
A    38 JoAnna Judy - Wheatfield, IN               2975 165.27  -625 
A    39 Ann Stewart(am) - Mesa, AZ                 2783 154.61  -817


-Shannon Pluhowsky Builds Lead At 2002 AMF Bowling World Cup

10/22/2002 - AMF Bowling
      RIGA, LATVIA -- The USA's Shannon Pluhowsky continues to dominate the 72-woman field at the 2002 AMF Bowling World Cup, underway at Toss Boulinga Halle in Riga, Latvia.

      Pluhowsky, a resident of Phoenix who competes for the University of Nebraska bowling team, amassed 1,190 more pins in her five-game set Tuesday night to compile a 15-game total of 3,470 pins and a 231.33 average. She holds a 144-pin edge over nearest challenger Pascale Moynot of France. Moynot is averaging 221.73 with 3,326 pins, 115 pins ahead of the 1999 Bowling World Cup champion Amanda Bradley of Australia.

      Pluhowsky credited her steady performance to the presence of her college coach, Bill Straub, in Riga for the tournament. "'Coach' knows my game better than anyone. If anything is going wrong, he can spot it the quickest, because he works with me every day. It gives me an extra level of comfort and security for him to be here.

      "Being the tournament leader is nice, but the goal here is to make it to the top 8, for the quarterfinals. Still, being the leader shows me that my hard work and preparation is paying off."

      Earlier in the day, Kai Guenther of Germany captured the men's lead in the 83-player field, knocking down 1,254 pins to fashion a 15-game total of 3,599 and a 239.93 average. England's Wayne Greenall is in second with 3,529 pins, while Australia's Paul Trotter lies in third with 3,491 pins. Trotter and Greenall have each rolled a perfect 300 game in the tournament.

      Jury Ryazansky of Latvia fell off pace Tuesday and is tied with Northern Ireland's Kevin Horton for 32nd place in the men's division, with 3,106 pins and a 207.07 average. Teammate Renata Blauma dropped back four spots and is in 41st place in the women's division with 2,721 pins and a 181.4 average.

      Qualifying for all bowlers continues through Wednesday night, when the fields are cut to the top 24 men and women. Those players bowl 12 more games Thursday to determine the top 8 who advance to the Round of 8 quarterfinals action Friday.

      Eighty-five nations are represented in this year's tournament.

38th AMF Bowling World Cup, Riga Latvia, October 19-26

Standings after 15 games: Men
1, Kai Guenther, Germany, 3599 pins, 239.93 average. 
2, Wayne Greenall, England, 3529, 235.27. 
3, Paul Trotter, Australia, 3491, 232.73. 
4, Christian Jan R. Suarez, Philippines, 3479, 231.93. 
5, Ahmed Shaheen, Qatar, 3471, 231.4. 
6, Remy Ong, Singapore, 3455, 230.33. 
7, Zulmazran Zulkifli, Malaysia, 3408, 227.2. 
8, Masahiro Hibi, Japan, 3371, 224.73. 
9, Andrew Cain, USA, 3369, 224.6. 
10, Mika Luoto, Finland, 3342, 222.8. 
11, Talal Towereb, Saudi Arabia, 3331, 222.07. 
12, Alan Gibbons, Ireland, and Eduardo Figueroa, Mexico, 3320, 221.33. 
14, Pedro Diaz, Venezuela, 3282, 218.8. 
15, Or Aviram, Israel, 3272, 218.13. 
16, Anders Ohman, Sweden, 3271, 218.07. 
17, Gery Verbruggen, Belgium, 3257, 217.13. 
18, Ryan Leonard Lalisang, Indonesia, 3229, 215.27. 
19, Chao-Yu Cheng, Chinese Taipei, 3223, 214.87. 
20, Tore Torgersen, Norway, 3222, 214.8. 
21, Garsten Gjertsen, Denmark, 3220, 214.67. 
22, Amiredin Tabatabaei, Iran, 3218, 214.53. 
23, Amedeo Spada, Italy, 3194.1, 212.94. 
24, Andres Gomez, Colombia, 3194, 212.93. 

25, Francisco Zelaya, El Salvador, 3192, 212.8. 
26, Laurent Plantard, France, 3191, 212.73. 
27, Shaker Ali Al Hassan, UAE, 3163, 210.87. 
28, Lluis Montfort, Spain, 3158, 210.53. 
29, Guy  Caminsky, South Africa, 3144, 209.6. 
30, Magnús Magnússon, Iceland, 3134, 208.93. 
31, Jose Manuel Machon, Macau, 3117, 207.8. 
32, Jury Ryazansky, Latvia, and Kevin Horton, N Ireland, 3106, 207.07. 
34, Andres Fallas, Costa Rica, 3090, 206. 
35, Michael Sassen, Netherlands, 3083, 205.53. 
36, Yousif Falah, Bahrain, 3071, 204.73. 
37, Philippe Privat, Switzerland, 3061, 204.07. 
38, Gary Wong, Hong Kong, 3046, 203.07. 
39, Merlin Bunnage, Canada, 3032, 202.13. 
40, Romain Oberweis, Luxembourg, 3030, 202. 
41, Hakan Tangut, Turkey, 3026, 201.73. 
42, Christian Saint-Bonnet, Argentina, 3013, 200.87. 
43, Hossman Gonzalez, Guatemala, 3006, 200.4. 
44, Gary Hill, Guernsey, 3002, 200.13. 
45, Kairat Baibolatov, Kazakhstan, 2998, 199.87. 
46, Tarek Helmy, Egypt, 2988, 199.2. 
47, Adam Martin, Poland, 2983, 198.87. 
48, Udo Sulp, Estonia, 2976, 198.4. 
49, Laszlo Ficsor, Hungary, 2972, 198.13. 
50, Jose Zambrano, Panama, 2961, 197.4. 
51, Tayo Boyle, Scotland, 2959, 197.27. 
52, Robbie Mach, New Zealand, 2946, 196.4. 
53, Watcharapong Unetrakul, Thailand, 2945, 196.33. 
54, Mikhail Pozniakov, Russia, 2937, 195.8. 
55, Andriy Pashev, Ukraine, 2917, 194.47. 
56, Dennis Mercieca, Malta, 2915, 194.33. 
57, Jose Zambrano, Ecuador, 2892, 192.8. 
58, Stephen King, Jersey, 2855, 190.33. 
59, Costas Kyriakou, Cyprus, 2831, 188.73. 
60, Patrick Leroy, Morocco, 2821, 188.07. 
61, Dainius Zaltauskas, Lithuania, 2811, 187.4. 
62, José Branco, Portugal, 2759, 183.93. 
63, Stefan Schmid, Austria, 2752, 183.47. 
64, Philippe Lourdin, French Guyane, 2750, 183.33. 
65, Mark Shea, Wales, 2708, 180.53. 
66, Domenico Di Fonzo, New Caledonia, 2682, 178.8. 
67, Sanjay Shrestha, Nepal, 2677, 178.47. 
68, Philip Hatton, Isle of Man, 2643, 176.2. 
69, Jirí Hindrák, Czech Republic, 2642, 176.13. 
70, Srinivasan Madhavan, India, 2634, 175.6. 
71, Aydin Jafarov, Azerbaijan, 2618, 174.53. 
72, Viktor Gavrusev, Belarus, 2613, 174.2. 
73, Ashot Grigorian, Armenia, 2611, 174.07. 
74, Shant Panos Tomassian, Iraq, 2597, 173.13. 
75, Christian Orlanda, Romania, 2589, 172.6. 
76, Paul Lennon, Gibraltar, 2486, 165.73. 
77, Nikolay Filipov, Bulgaria, 2467, 164.47. 
78, Mohamed Nasser, Lebanon, 2449, 163.27. 
79, Valeriy Shapovalov, Uzbekistan, 2448, 163.2. 
80, Christian N'Guessan, Cape Verde, 2383, 158.87. 
81, Tomash Oleg Valeryevitch, Moldova, 2363, 157.53. 
82, Duc Francis, Ivory Coast, 2343, 156.2. 
83, Tamrat Kebede, Ethiopia, 1606, 160.6. 

Women
1, Shannon Pluhowsky, USA, 3470 pins, 231.33 average. 
2, Pascale Moynot, France, 3326, 221.73. 
3, Amanda Bradley, Australia, 3209, 213.93. 
4, Wendy Chai, Malaysia, 3173, 211.53. 
5, Teresa Piccini, Mexico, 3165, 211. 
6, Ivonne Altmuller, Austria, 3161, 210.73. 
7, Nikki Harvey, England, 3158, 210.53. 
8, Sara Vargas, Colombia, 3135, 209. 
9, Josephine L. Canare, Philippines, 3101, 206.73. 
10, Heidi Larnia, Finland, 3092, 206.13. 
11, Melody Yeung, Hong Kong, 3061, 204.07. 
12, Aida Granillo, El Salvador, 3049, 203.27. 
13, Mari Kimura, Japan, 3045, 203. 
14, Happy Ari Dewanti Soediyono, Indonesia, 3016, 201.07. 
15, Raffaella Fusco, Italy, 3009, 200.6. 
16, Sue Abela, Malta, 3004, 200.27. 
17, Michaela Goebel, Germany, 2982, 198.8. 
18, Diane Buchanan, Canada, 2969, 197.93. 
19, Laura Rhoney, Scotland, 2965, 197.67. 
20, Suphapom Chuanprasertkit, Thailand, 2961, 197.4. 
21, Tracey Aubert, Jersey, 2958, 197.2. 
22, Ross Greiner, Netherlands, 2956, 197.07. 
23, Mel Isaac, Wales, 2941, 196.07. 
24, Wendy Bergen, Belgium, 2929, 195.27. 

25, Belinda Tan, New Zealand, 2907, 193.8. 
26, Sofía Granda, Guatemala, 2891, 192.73. 
27, Lisa Paluzzi, South Africa, 2890, 192.67. 
28, Ruth Doppler, Switzerland, 2872, 191.47. 
29,  Kjersti Dale, Norway, 2865, 191. 
30, Carla Ruales, Ecuador, 2859, 190.6. 
31, Anette Karlssen, Sweden, 2854, 190.27. 
32, Kerena Dykes, Ireland, 2824, 188.27. 
33, Solveig Guðmundsdóttir, Iceland, 2788, 185.87. 
34, Inga Malinauskiene, Lithuania, 2786, 185.73. 
35, Kátia Abrão, Portugal, 2777, 185.13. 
36, Valerie Teo Hui Ying, Singapore, 2773, 184.87. 
37, Maria de Sousa de Serfaty, Venezuela, 2761, 184.07. 
38, Tatiana Smirnova, Russia, 2753, 183.53. 
39, Martha Karapzoula, Greece, 2748, 183.2. 
40, Joanne Johnson, Guernsey, 2740, 182.67. 
41, Renata Blauma, Latvia, 2721, 181.4. 
42, Sara Aviram, Israel, 2696, 179.73. 
43, Lynne Black, N Ireland, 2661, 177.4. 
44, Maria Toth, Hungary, 2653, 176.87. 
45, Bente Gravdal, Denmark, 2645, 176.33. 
46, Binu Pradhan, Nepal, 2643, 176.2. 
47, Su-Ling Huang Hsiao, Chinese Taipei, 2628, 175.2. 
48, Nataliya Lyashkova, Ukraine, 2619, 174.6. 
49, Lucyna Pawlicka, Poland, 2612, 174.13. 
50, Marjan Habib, Bahrain, and Lauren Gervolino, New Caledonia, 2611, 174.07. 
52, Sara del Olmo de la Fuente, Spain, 2602, 173.47. 
53, Alena Lazuta, Belarus, 2599, 173.27. 
54, Ana Benko, Argentina, 2593, 172.87. 
55, Rosanna Telcide , Martinique, 2575, 171.67. 
56, Vera Váchová, Czech Republic, 2562, 170.8. 
57, Sabeena Athica, India, 2556, 170.4. 
58, Daniele Honigstein, Morocco, 2543, 169.53.
59, Pam Hooper, Isle of Man, 2534, 168.93. 
60, Stella Jalalova, Azerbaijan, 2522, 168.13. 
61, Annick Chassain, French Guyane, 2451, 163.4. 
62, Marina Guseva   , Armenia, 2440, 162.67. 
63, Marika Lutter, Estonia, 2417, 161.13. 
64, Tatyana Pak, Uzbekistan, 2411, 160.73. 
65, Diliana Tzvetkova, Bulgaria, 2380, 158.67. 
66, Helen McGunnigle, Gibraltar, 2378, 158.53. 
67, Elena Chobu, Moldova, 2349, 156.6. 
68, Inna Mukhtarova, Kazakhstan, 2338, 155.87. 
69, Niki Sxiza, Cyprus, 2307, 153.8. 
70, Josiane Nguessan, Ivory Coast, 2237, 149.13. 
71, Alina Orlanda, Romania, 2140, 142.67. 
72, Anna Christina Aya Moreno, Cape Verde, 1965, 131. 


-Germany's Kai Guenther Is Surprise Leader After 15 Games At Bowling World Cup

10/22/2002 - AMF Bowling
      RIGA, LATVIA -- Germany's Kai Guenther, bowling in his first international championship, surprised the 83-man at Toss Boulinga Halle by grabbing the lead in the 2002 AMF Bowling World Cup, underway in Riga, Latvia.

      Guenther's 1,254-pin series for Tuesday morning's five-game block pushed him past England's Wayne Greenall by 70 pins, 3,599-3,529. Guenther is averaging 239.93 for 15 games and is confident he can continue the pace to make it to the Round of 8 and the quarterfinals that begin Friday.

      "I surprised myself a little, because it seemed so easy today," Guenther said. "I felt very comfortable on the lanes. I think that making it to the top 8 will not be a problem, but once you get there, anything can happen. So I just have to see if I can keep performing well."

      Monday's leader, Ahmed Shaheen of Qatar, dropped to fifth after a subpar performance Tuesday. He currently totals 3,471 pins with a 231.4 average. "It was not my day. Nothing I tried worked. I left 10-pins or splits [instead of strikes]. Maybe I was too relaxed after doing so well yesterday."

      Australia's Paul Trotter, who together with Greenall owns one of the two 300 games rolled in the tournament thus far, is in third place with 3,491 pins and a 232.73 average. Christian Jan Suarez of the Philippines is in fourth, with 3,479 pins and a 231.93 average.

      In the women's division, U.S. national amateur champion Shannon Pluhowsky will try to widen her lead Tuesday. She currently holds an 80-pin lead over Ivonne Altmuller of Austria, 2,280-2,200. Altmuller rolled the highest single game in the women's division thus far, a 299 score, which came Sunday.

      Teresa Piccini of Mexico sits in third place with 2,177 pins and a 217.70 average.

      Jury Ryazansky of Latvia fell off pace Tuesday and is tied with Northern Ireland's Kevin Horton for 32nd place in the men's division, with 3,106 pins and a 207.07 average. Teammate Renata Blauma is in 37th place in the women's division with 1,842 pins and a 184.2 average.

      Qualifying for all bowlers continues through Wednesday night, when the fields are cut to the top 24 men and women. Those players bowl 12 more games Thursday to determine the top 8 who advance to the Round of 8 quarterfinals action Friday.

38th AMF Bowling World Cup, Riga Latvia, October 19-26

Standings after 15 games: Men
1, Kai Guenther, Germany, 3599, 239.93. 
2, Wayne Greenall, England, 3529, 235.27. 
3, Paul Trotter, Australia, 3491, 232.73. 
4, Christian Jan R. Suarez, Philippines, 3479, 231.93. 
5, Ahmed Shaheen, Qatar, 3471, 231.4. 
6, Remy Ong, Singapore, 3455, 230.33. 
7, Zulmazran Zulkifli, Malaysia, 3408, 227.2. 
8, Masahiro Hibi, Japan, 3371, 224.73. 
9, Andrew Cain, USA, 3369, 224.6. 
10, Mika Luoto, Finland, 3342, 222.8. 
11, Talal Towereb, Saudi Arabia, 3331, 222.07. 
12, Alan Gibbons, Ireland, and Eduardo Figueroa, Mexico, 3320, 221.33. 
14, Pedro Diaz, Venezuela, 3282, 218.8. 
15, Or Aviram, Israel, 3272, 218.13. 
16, Anders Ohman, Sweden, 3271, 218.07. 
17, Gery Verbruggen, Belgium, 3257, 217.13. 
18, Ryan Leonard Lalisang, Indonesia, 3229, 215.27. 
19, Chao-Yu Cheng, Chinese Taipei, 3223, 214.87. 
20, Tore Torgersen, Norway, 3222, 214.8. 
21, Garsten Gjertsen, Denmark, 3220, 214.67. 
22, Amiredin Tabatabaei, Iran, 3218, 214.53. 
23, Amedeo Spada, Italy, 3194.1, 212.94. 
24, Andres Gomez, Colombia, 3194, 212.93. 

25, Francisco Zelaya, El Salvador, 3192, 212.8. 
26, Laurent Plantard, France, 3191, 212.73. 
27, Shaker Ali Al Hassan, UAE, 3163, 210.87. 
28, Lluis Montfort, Spain, 3158, 210.53. 
29, Guy  Caminsky, South Africa, 3144, 209.6. 
30, Magnús Magnússon, Iceland, 3134, 208.93. 
31, Jose Manuel Machon, Macau, 3117, 207.8. 
32, Jury Ryazansky, Latvia, and Kevin Horton, N Ireland, 3106, 207.07. 
34, Andres Fallas, Costa Rica, 3090, 206. 
35, Michael Sassen, Netherlands, 3083, 205.53. 
36, Yousif Falah, Bahrain, 3071, 204.73. 
37, Philippe Privat, Switzerland, 3061, 204.07. 
38, Gary Wong, Hong Kong, 3046, 203.07. 
39, Merlin Bunnage, Canada, 3032, 202.13. 
40, Romain Oberweis, Luxembourg, 3030, 202. 
41, Hakan Tangut, Turkey, 3026, 201.73. 
42, Christian Saint-Bonnet, Argentina, 3013, 200.87. 
43, Hossman Gonzalez, Guatemala, 3006, 200.4. 
44, Gary Hill, Guernsey, 3002, 200.13. 
45, Kairat Baibolatov, Kazakhstan, 2998, 199.87. 
46, Tarek Helmy, Egypt, 2988, 199.2. 
47, Adam Martin, Poland, 2983, 198.87. 
48, Udo Sulp, Estonia, 2976, 198.4. 
49, Laszlo Ficsor, Hungary, 2972, 198.13. 
50, Jose Zambrano, Panama, 2961, 197.4. 
51, Tayo Boyle, Scotland, 2959, 197.27. 
52, Robbie Mach, New Zealand, 2946, 196.4. 
53, Watcharapong Unetrakul, Thailand, 2945, 196.33. 
54, Mikhail Pozniakov, Russia, 2937, 195.8. 
55, Andriy Pashev, Ukraine, 2917, 194.47. 
56, Dennis Mercieca, Malta, 2915, 194.33. 
57, Jose Zambrano, Ecuador, 2892, 192.8. 
58, Stephen King, Jersey, 2855, 190.33. 
59, Costas Kyriakou, Cyprus, 2831, 188.73. 
60, Patrick Leroy, Morocco, 2821, 188.07. 
61, Dainius Zaltauskas, Lithuania, 2811, 187.4. 
62, José Branco, Portugal, 2759, 183.93. 
63, Stefan Schmid, Austria, 2752, 183.47. 
64, Philippe Lourdin, French Guyane, 2750, 183.33. 
65, Mark Shea, Wales, 2708, 180.53. 
66, Domenico Di Fonzo, New Caledonia, 2682, 178.8. 
67, Sanjay Shrestha, Nepal, 2677, 178.47. 
68, Philip Hatton, Isle of Man, 2643, 176.2. 
69, Jirí Hindrák, Czech Republic, 2642, 176.13. 
70, Srinivasan Madhavan, India, 2634, 175.6. 
71, Aydin Jafarov, Azerbaijan, 2618, 174.53. 
72, Viktor Gavrusev, Belarus, 2613, 174.2. 
73, Ashot Grigorian, Armenia, 2611, 174.07. 
74, Shant Panos Tomassian, Iraq, 2597, 173.13. 
75, Christian Orlanda, Romania, 2589, 172.6. 
76, Paul Lennon, Gibraltar, 2486, 165.73. 
77, Nikolay Filipov, Bulgaria, 2467, 164.47. 
78, Mohamed Nasser, Lebanon, 2449, 163.27. 
79, Valeriy Shapovalov, Uzbekistan, 2448, 163.2. 
80, Christian N'Guessan, Cape Verde, 2383, 158.87. 
81, Tomash Oleg Valeryevitch, Moldova, 2363, 157.53. 
82, Duc Francis, Ivory Coast, 2343, 156.2. 
83, Tamrat Kebede, Ethiopia, 1606, 160.6.







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