net: open singles, women's singles, intermediate singles, open doubles, women's doubles, mixed doubles, intermediate doubles freestyle: open singles routines, women's routines, intermediate routines, open doubles routines, open circle contest, women's circle contest, shred:30, sideline events
Results added below as they become available. ----- Women's Singles Net 1 Piia Tantarim?ki (Finland) 2 Genevi?ve Bousquet (Canada) 3 Maude Landreville (Canada) 4 Kerstin Anhuth (Germany) 5 Heike Koller (Germany) 6 Emmanuelle Vincendeau (France) 7 Marilyn Demuy (Canada) 8 Lena Mlakar (Slovenia) 9 Plamena Ivanova (Bulgaria) 10 Audrey Tumelin (France) 11 Tanja Abt (Germany) 12 Shirine Daouk (Switzerland) Shred30 1. Alex Trenner 228,375 2. Taishi Ishida 221,125 3. Mariusz Wilk 205,807 4. Evan Gatesman 201,103 5. Jakub Mosciszewski 196,742 6. Mikko Lepisto 181,067 7. Patrik ?ern? 151,3 8. Krystof Mal?? 140,8 9. Dominik ?imk? 119,846 Freestyle Doubles Routine 1. Tom?? Tu?ek/Martin Sl?dek (CZ) 2. Paloma Mayo/Sergio Garcia (ES) 3. Dominik ?imk?/Patrik ?ern? 2-Square 1. Filip Wojcik (PL) 2. Rafal Kaleta (PL) 3. Sick 3 1) Evan Gatesman (USA): Blurry Dbl Pickup > Fusion > Blurry Wh Swirl 2) Rafal Kaleta (PL): Bedwetter > Px ss Motion > PS Twirl 3) Jakub Mosciszewski: Blurry DSO > Phoenix > Foodprocessor Big 1 1) Evan Gatesman (USA): Rev Sw Symp Wh Swirl 2) Rafal Kaleta (PL): BS Blurry Torque 3) Jakub Mosciszewski : Phasing ss DLO Footbag Golf 1. Michal Rog (PL) 27 2. Janis Thal (DE) 28 3. Filip Wojcik (PL) 28 4. Ben 29 5. Stuf 30 6. Tino Holzman 31 7. Damian Budzik 32 7. Alex Trenner 32 7. Premek Pietrzycki 32 10. Pawel Rozek 34 10. Rafal Kaleta 34 12. Johnny Sarah 35 13. Robin Puchel 36 14. Steven Kunze 39 14. Jakub Mosciszewski 39 16. Konstantin Babchuk 40 17. Yari 43
On behalf of the worlds organizing crew, IFPA, and the city of Trnava, we would like to invite all players, spectators, and friends to join us this year at the greatest annual gathering of our wonderful sport. On the week of 30th July to 6th August, the best footbag athletes will battle for titles in both freestyle and net disciplines. City of Trnava and its Mayor Peter Bro?ka are happy to host this event for the first time in Slovakia.
Trnava is one of the oldest and most important cities in Slovakia. It is a natural center of lower Pova?ie, the seat of the Trnava district and Trnava self- governing region. With the population of 65 000 inhabitants, it is the seventh biggest city in Slovakia.
Find out more about the city at http://www.trnava.sk/en or https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trnava
Bratislava Airport (IATA: BTS) is the nearest commercial airport located about 40 km southward. Vienna International Airport (IATA: VIE) is another airport within reach. Flights to Bratislava or Vienna are the best option.
We will have our own shuttle service from Friday to Sunday on the arrival dates from these airports for players to use in certain times. More information will be announced later.
Trnava lies on a major Slovak train route from Bratislava to Kosice, which provides an easy railway access from many Slovak cities. Train travel from Bratislava takes only about 30 minutes. There are another two railway lines stemming from Trnava: one with westward direction (Smolenice, Kuty) and another leading Southeast to town of Sered. Trnava has direct railway connections with these European capitals: Vienna, Warsaw, and Kiev.
Trnava is located on a major D1 Slovak freeway and close to its R1 intersection. It has a good connection to Slovak capital Bratislava and nearby cities such as Nitra, Piestany, or Trencin. Bus station is located near Trnava city center, next to a railway station. There are buses leaving to/arriving from Bratislava at least once an hour, more frequently in peak hours. Quite many people commute from Trnava to Bratislava and also from nearby villages to Trnava. Bus travel from Bratislava to Trnava takes about 50 minutes. There are direct bus lines to some major European cities, such as Prague, Vienna, and Munich.
The City Sports Hall will host all the freestyle events and the showcased finals of both net and freestyle in the last two days of worlds schedule. We will provide a special flooring suitable for freestyle competition, warm-up, and casual shred session. Showcased net finals will have 2 mobile net courts installed. The venue has stands for spectators that we expect to show up in large numbers during our finals.
Address: Rybn?kov?, 917 01 Trnava, Slovensko
Located 400 m from the City Sport Hall and adjacent to the Empire Hotel, this modern sport hall will have 12 mobile net courts installed where all the preliminary net games take place. A restaurant is located above the fields so you can watch net games and enjoy your meal. Showcase finals will be played in the City Sports Hall.
Address: J?na Hajd?czyho 7736/11, 917 01 Trnava, Slovensko
A backup gym with 4 net courts on a wooden floor.
All accommodation reservations will be made through Viatcheslav Sidorin. You will also be requested to contact him once you register for the event if you want to use Special Worlds Accommodation Packages.
With this premium option, you will stay in a single or double- bed (or twin-bed) rooms, enjoy breakfast overlooking the Net Hall and relax in their private wellness and spa. All rooms include flat-screen TV, air conditioning, private bathroom, and free wifi. You can literally walk down to lobby from your room and be in the Net Hall. As this is a small hotel, only 15 rooms are available to us. Breakfast and wellness/spa are included in the Footbag Worlds Special Deal Package.
Address: J?na Hajd?czyho 7736/11, 917 01 Trnava, Slovensko
Single: 53? per room per
Double : 58? per room per night (double bed or twin bed possible)
Breakfast, Hotel Wellness and Spa, VAT, and City tax per person per night included in price.
Note: We have only 15 rooms reserved in this hotel. Please reach out to Viatcheslav Sidorin to secure your room in advance.
If you are looking for something more fancy, we recommend you book yourself a room in local Holiday Inn, just 3 minutes walk from event site. They offer great breakfast and tremendous wellness center. There is no special deal there anymore. Viatcheslav Sidorin. .
This budget accommodation option has rooms with two beds and a private bathroom?newly reconstructed in 2015, with more than 160 beds available. Located right next to the City Sport Hall, you can see it from the room windows.
Address: Rybn?kov? 15, 917 01 Trnava, Slovensko
Double: The price is 12? a person a night, including breakfast prepared by the worlds crew.
A full, final schedule is in every player?s pack. Check notice boards and listen for any changes during the event.
11:00 Circle Judges Meeting
12:00 Players? Meeting & Warm Up
12:30 Open & Women?s Circle Contest Qualifications
17:00 Routines Judges Meeting & Judging Workshop
11:00 Singles Routines Qualifications (all categories)
15:30 Open Shred 30 1st Round
16:30 Women?s & Intermediate Shred 30 Finals
12.00 ? Open Singles Routines Semifinals
14.30 ? Women?s Circle Contest Finals
16.00 ? Open Circle Contest Semifinals
17.30 ? Sick 3
15:30 Open & Intermediate Request Contest
17:00 Intermediate Singles Routines Finals
10:45 Open Singles Players? Meeting
11:00 Open Singles Pools
15:15 Mixed and Intermediate Players? Meetings
15:30 Mixed Doubles Pools
15:30 Intermediate Singles Pools
10:30 Open Singles Brackets
12:15 Women?s Singles Meeting
12:30 Women?s Singles Pools
12:30 Open Singles Brackets
13:30 Intermediate Singles Brackets
15:00 Open Doubles Players? Meeting
15:15 Open Doubles Pools
15:15 Intermediate Players? Meeting
15:30 Intermediate Doubles Pools
11:00 Open Singles Round of 16
12:00 Women?s Singles Round of 8 / Intermediate Singles Semifinals
13:00 Women?s Singles Semifinals / Intermediate Doubles Semifinals
14:00 Open Doubles Round of 32
14:45 Women?s Doubles Players? Meeting
15:00 Women?s Doubles Pools
17:00 Open Doubles Round of 16
10:00 Mixed Doubles Round of 16 and Round of 8
12.00 Intermediate Singles Bronze Match & Finals
15.00 Intermediate Doubles Bronze Match & Finals
16.00 Open Singles Quarterfinals
19.00 Mixed Doubles Semifinals
11.45 Women?s Singles Bronze Match
12.30 Open Doubles Quarterfinals
15.00 Women?s Doubles Bronze Match
18.30 Mixed Doubles Bronze Match
19.15 Open Singles Semifinals
12:30 Two-Square Finals
13:00 Women?s Singles Net Finals
14:00 Open Singles Net Bronze Match
15:00 Open Doubles Net Semifinals 1
16:30 Open Doubles Net Semifinals 2
17:45 Commercial Show ? Last Man Standing
18:00 Mixed Doubles Routines Finals
18:15 Open Shred 30 Finals
18:30 Open Circle Contest Finals
19:00 Open Singles Net Finals
20:00 Award Ceremony
12:00 Women?s Doubles Net Finals
13:30 Open Doubles Net Bronze Match
15:00 Mixed Doubles Net Finals
16:30 Open Doubles Routines Finals
17:00 Women?s Singles Routines Finals
17:30 Open Singles Routines Finals
18:00 Commercial Show ? Highest Spike
18:15 Open Doubles Net Finals
19:45 Award Ceremony
12.00-19.00 Players Check-in, City Sport Hall
20:00 Opening Ceremony
9:00 Tournament Late Check-In
19:00 EFC Meeting, Student House meeting room
19:00 Footbag Future Debate, Student House meeting room
20.00 Grill Masters, City Sport Hall
10:00 Open Golf
12:00 Two-Square Competition (through semifinals)
20:00 Small Award Ceremony (all finished competitions)
19.00 Players get together, Partizani, N?mestie Slovensk?ho n?rodn?ho povstania 1
21.00 Final After Worlds Party, ?ajka, Halen?rsk? 6
Official evening events will be posted later. In the meantime, check out some places recommended by our team:
The Footbag Hall of Fame (often abbreviated ?HoF?) is footbag?s group of honored people that have contributed greatly to footbag?s growth since 1972, when it was first invented. The current membership is kept up to date on the footbag.org group (so check there to see the current member list).
John Stalberger met Mike Marshall by chance in 1972. John liked Mike?s kicking idea of using a homemade sack filled with beans. From his background in football, baseball, and physical therapy, John took the homemade sack and turned it into a specifically designed object. A ?Hacky Sack,? for playing a new game called ?Footbag.? The first round Footbag was a 2-piece design, similar to a baseball, and the plastic pellets worked ideally for giving the Footbag new energy with every kick. John then began figuring out the best coordinated athletic movements for this new game.
Emphasis was put on the study of the proper kicking techniques, and the correct use of the upper body for counter-balancing. Equal use of both feet to block the angles of the Footbags flight would also help control the Footbag and avoid injuries. These new techniques helped develop greater levels of concentration, coordination, flexibility, and strength. All of which are needed for any sport.
Not to mention it was fun and could be played by all ages, and skill levels! It was also realized that this new game could be used as an exercise by any athlete as a warm up, and/or basic training. They also envisioned that a sport could be created from this new game.
After Mike suddenly and tragically died in his sleep in 1975, John continued on with the dream. He started a Footbag manufacturing company called ?The National Hacky Sack Company.? This was the first company to start organizing and teaching the footbag concept to schools in Oregon.
In 1977 his friends helped him form a player?s association for the sport, named ?The National Hacky Sack Association.? (The NHSA) The first ever Footbag tournament was held in Oregon City, Oregon.
Today, Mike and John?s dreams have been realized. Footbag has become a full-fledged sport that is played worldwide. Their dedication continues to be the inspiration for the game and sport of Footbag.
An annual Video Contest has been a tradition for the last 11 years and we the organisers of the Worlds 2016 in Trnava are going to make that number 12.
There is plenty of time still to gather ideas for your videos, recruit your friends and dust off your editing skills. All videos are welcome, as long as you send them before the deadline of XY June.
The final score of a video in the contest will be made up of the judges? decision and spectators? preference. The weight of both will be derived from the number of votes gathered from the audience, hence will likely not be equal.
All judges will be obliged to explain their scoring when asked. While the votes from the spectators will be based purely on their preference, the judges shall follow following criteria.
We reserve all rights to not include any submitted video that should be found inappropriate or in any way offensive in the contest.
Submit your videos at firstname.lastname@example.org. If they are too large to send by email, either upload them to an international cloud (Dropbox, for example) or upload them on Youtube as unlisted. Do not release your videos or show them to others before they are revealed at the contest venue.
Thank you and have a good day.