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7th UK Open Riichi Tournament - 2016

Cambridge in July proved to be an excellent venue for the 7th UK Open tournament which was organised by Phillip Bielby of the Cambridge Riichi Mahjong Club, one of the UK’s most successful players and Cambridge graduate.

St. Andrews Hall Chesterton was a fine location for the two day tournament, Cambridge itself provided many good “after-play” attractions for the participants, and the event was greatly enhanced by the innovation of a superb black-tie dinner held in St. Catherine’s College on the Saturday evening.

The 7th UK Open Riichi Champion is Yixuan Yiu, a member of the Guildford Mahjong Club, an experienced mahjong player, but very new to the Riichi version of the game. Timur Hahn had travelled from Germany for the event and justified the trip by finishing second, whilst third position was filled by Peter Langford, last year’s winner, who justified his reputation as the luckiest player.

Whilst the majority of those playing are from the UK, it was good to see representatives from Germany, Switzerland, France, Ireland and China participating – special mention should be made of Jeremie Pierard de Maujouy from France who figured at the top of the leaderboard for much of the tournament before missing out at the end, but still wining the prize for most exotic name!

Philip Bielby presented a number of other novel and interesting prizes including best hanchan to Jonathon Harker for a hanchan of 71600, two of the best hands including a Yakuman to Hong Li, and fastest finishing player to John Duckworth!

Full results were:

Rank Player Final Score
1 Yixuan Liu GB 131,800
2 Timur Hahn GER 91,800
3 Peter Langford GB 89,800
4 Paul Broadbridge GB 74,200
5 Tony Haley GB 73,500
6 Masahiko Takahashi JPN 61,000
7 Jonathan Harker GB 53,200
8 Ian Fraser GB 52,000
9 Jérémie Pierard de Maujouy FRA 46,600
10 Christopher Rowe GB 40,900
11 Max Bowsher GB 40,400
12 Chris Endicott GB 34,100
13 Michael Griffin GB 32,500
14 Hong Li GB 31,900
15 Yihe Lu CHI 26,300
16 James Green GB 22,500
17 Olivier Cao CHI 19,900
18 Nick Dyer GB 16,900
19 H John Duckworth GB 3,500
20 Tom Wood GB -1,800
21 Gemma Sakamoto GB -18,900
22 Michael Donaghy GB -22,700
23 Mark Haines GB -28,900
24 Selina Steck GB -30,000
25 Paola Bungaro GB -30,700
26 Thomas Hanrahan GB -33,400
27 Martin Lester GB -36,700
28 Shaun Drury GB -44,800
29 Aidan Robison GB -56,300
30 Hello Kitty CHI -77,800
31 Maude Grimberg FRA -82,800
32 Matthew Johnson GB -85,000
33 Devi G. Steck GB -99,900
34 Sonia Yagi GB -108,000
35 David Clarke GB -129,400
36 John Ore GB -155,700

Represented Countries

GB CHI FRA GER JPN
29 3 2 1 1

6th UK Open Riichi Tournament - 2015

The 6th UK Open tournament was won by co-organiser and UKMA chairman, Peter Langford. He had shared the top two positions with Phillip Bielby, UK’s top ranked player, for several rounds, until their direct clash in Round 7, won by Peter with Phillip in second place. A narrow final round win for the new leader and a disappointing 3rd place for Phillip in Round 8 sealed the result, and also allowed Yihe Lu, a PhD student at Warwick University and Jasper Germeys from Sweden to edge past him into 2nd and 3rd places respectively.

Peter, one of the UK’s most experienced riichi players, was the first winner of a UK riichi tournament, in 2009, but since then his results have been more a reflection of the ill fortune by which he consistently claims to be dogged, rather than his undoubted playing ability. Could winning six of his eight rounds outright, including the critical head to head in Round 7, allied with one 2nd, and one 3rd place indicate that the spell may at last have been broken?

A record eleven nationalities were represented among the 40 competitors in what was undoubtedly the strongest field yet for the UK Open, and which was enhanced by a contingent of strong Chinese and Japanese players. Even so a handful of players were participating in their first tournament. One such newcomer, Katharina Schatz from Germany, was the winner of the ‘Better2Day prize’. This was awarded for the competitor making most progress up the list on the second day of the tournament, gaining a creditable 13 places to finish in a wholly respectable 25th place overall. Katie Lau was the highest placed first-timer in 8th place amid some seasoned tournament players. Katie and Katharina were not alone among the debutants in enjoying their first taste of tournament play. ‘Exhilarating’, ‘exciting’, ‘a great learning experience’ were just some of the positive comments from this group as well as ‘can’t wait for next year!’ – Already?

The pace of play is always interesting in tournaments – and typically faster than the social play to which many are accustomed. Overall the pace of play was good, but there was quite a wide variation. One hanchan was completed in 55 minutes (eight hands only) while another required virtually all of the available 90 minutes to complete just seven hands. Operating on the usual basis of 75 minutes plus an additional hand after the bell, half the tables completed the East and South rounds, while half were cut short, most commonly in South round 3rd seat. Ten hands played was typical of both the completed, and the incomplete tables, the highest number played being a distinctly swift 13!

The Top Hanchan award went to Gemma Sakamoto, with a score of 78,700 in the final round propelling her up five places into 5th place overall. Although the main trophy winners are debarred from winning the minor prizes (under the ‘one prize per competitor’ rule) neither Katharina’s progress award, nor Gemma’s Best Hanchan score was bettered by anyone.

In the course of the closing presentations, Peter graciously thanked all participants, in particular the overseas travellers and his fellow organisers, self-effacingly observing that he tended to ‘lend his name’ to proceedings. The mystery remains as to why they had wanted to borrow that, rather than a potentially more productive shoulder.

Full results were:

Rank Player Final Score
1 Peter Langford GB 262,700
2 Yihe Lu JPN 227,500
3 Jasper Germeys SWE 215,200
4 Philip Bielby BRA 201,500
5 Gemma Sakamoto GB 142,100
6 Martin Lester GB 116,700
7 Paola Bungaro ITA 109,900
8 Katie Lau GB 90,200
9 Nick Dyer GB 89,800
10 Timur Hahn GER 87,400
11 Daina Chiba JPN 68,400
12 Philipp Martin GER 55,900
13 Andy Mathew GB 53,500
14 Junichi Tanaka JPN 37,500
15 Takao Sasaki JPN 34,500
16 Tim Richardson & John Duckworth GB 29,400
17 Dominic Saxton GB 20,000
18 Tom Wood GB 19,900
19 Kimihito Tanaka JPN 18,000
20 David Bresnick USA 8,500
21 Aidan Robison GB 3,600
22 Max Bowsher GB -13,000
23 Radka Pernicova CZE -21,100
24 Filip Navratil CZE -27,300
25 Katharina Schatz GER -32,400
26 Sonia Yagi BRA -42,700
27 Michael Donaghy GB -48,700
28 Martijn Gulmans NED -53,600
29 Mark Haines GB -64,500
30 Shaun Drury GB -88,800
31 Ian Fraser GB -103,800
32 Jem Short GB -105,700
33 Alex Leet EST -110,300
34 Richard Langtry GB -133,100
35 Hanqian Ren CHI -136,100
36 Mike Short GB -136,500
37 David Stallan GB -141,500
38 Susan Cumming GB -146,900
39 Peter Muriel GB -220,500
40 Andrew Smith GB -265,700

Represented Countries

GB JPN GER CHI CZE SWE ITA USA BRA NED EST
23 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

5th UK Open Riichi Tournament - 2014

The 2014 UK Open Riichi Mahjong Tournament was held in the new venue of the Bourne Racquets Club near the historic market town of Farnham, 30 miles SW of London, which proved to be most suitable. An attractive playing room, a good selection of food, and most importantly a fine wine list.

The Championship again attracted a field of 32 players (this year from 6 countries) with a number of “promising” debutants including those from Japan, Brazil, Germany and Russia who all proved that they had played a bit before!...............and of course we were delighted to see the Dutch contingent again.

After Day 1 (4 Hanchans), it looked as though the Brits might take all the major prizes, and in fact the top places didn’t change significantly on Day 2, but a clean sweep was not to be. In 3rd place was Shaun Drury, 2nd place went to Daina Chiba (a Japanese entrant now based in Colchester via the USA), and the winner of the fine “Fennel” Trophy was last year’s runner-up Philip Bielby (it is beginning to look as though Philip’s results aren’t all luck as he has now won 2 and come second in 2 of the five MERS tournaments that he has entered!). Congratulations Philip.

In the time-honoured Japanese tradition of players only being allowed to win one prize, Sonia Yagi won the “Best Hanchan” score, and the “Better 2 Day” award for the biggest improvement after Day 1 was won by Ilya Monakov who travelled from Russia to be with us; Tom Wood won the prize for the best score for those under 17!

Full results were:

Rank Player Final Score
1 Philip Bielby GB 207,500
2 Daina Chiba JPN 165,300
3 Shaun Drury GB 154,900
4 Sonia Yagi BRA 153,700
5 Ian Fraser GB 137,500
6 Michael Donaghy GB 118,000
7 Gemma Collinge NED 110,600
8 Tom Wood GB 86,900
9 Dimphy van Grinsven NED 57,900
10 Andy Mathew GB 49,100
11 Cumming & Richardson GB 37,700
12 Ilya Monakov RUS 37,100
13 Max Bowsher GB 32,200
14 Ryo Fukaura GB 30,500
15 Aidan Robison GB 30,500
16 Alasdair MacMillan GB 4,600
17 Andrew Smith GB -6,400
18 Philipp Martin DEU -9,600
19 Tony Haley GB -16,800
20 Richard Langtry GB -49,600
21 Peter Langford GB -75,000
22 John Duckworth GB -75,700
23 Martin Lester GB -86,800
24 Mark Haines GB -87,900
25 Cor Hoogland NED -94,700
26 Ans Hoogland NED -95,800
27 Christian Brown GB -112,200
28 Mark Pester GB -112,800
29 Ashley Baldry GB -120,000
30 Ben Wilton GB -140,400
31 James Green GB -155,100
32 Peter Muriel GB -175,200

Represented Countries

GB NED JPN BRA RUS DEU
25 3 1 1 1 1

4th UK Open Riichi Tournament -2013

With an eye to our overseas friends, the UK Open Riichi tournament in July 2013 was organised as a 2-day event of 8 rounds (MERS 2 ranking) over the weekend of 6th and 7th July in Windsor. Whilst it was not possible to arrange the royal birth to occur over that weekend, it was possible to arrange some glorious weather, and British winners at both Wimbledon and the UK Mahjong tournament.

In fact, for once, the Brits dominated the prizes (and the entries!), although the names of the likely winners changed over the course of the weekend. After Day 1, Martin Lester had built a most impressive score of 171,600 and looked in fine form; obviously, a heavy night of early celebrations was to the detriment of his stamina, and he eventually finished in 5th place with John Duckworth who had been lurking in 3rd place at the end of Day 1 coming through to finish some 48,000 ahead of Philip Bielby and a further 26,000 ahead of Shaun Drury. The leading overseas traveller was Axel Eschenburg from Germany in 4th place.

There were a number of other prizes to ensure that anybody with a particularly meritorious (or non-meritorious) achievement went home with a memento of the day. Of particular mention was the age-range of the competitors with 58 years separating the oldest and youngest (15!).

Full results were:

Rank Player Final Score
1 John Duckworth GB 233,100
2 Philip Bielby GB 185,200
3 Shaun Drury GB 168,700
4 Axel Eschenburg GER 113,300
5 Martin Lester GB 99,200
6 Paola Bungaro ITA 95,200
7 Janco Onninck NED 92,900
8 Jasper Germeys SWE 90,800
9 Norma Todd GB 78,600
10 Ian Fraser GB 70,800
11 Ans Hoogland NED 57,200
12 Christian Brown GB 53,200
13 Aidan Robison GB 49,600
14 Matej Labas SLO 41,700
15 Ashley Baldry GB 35,200
16 Peter Langford GB 33,000
17 Cor Hoogland NED 6,700
18 Konsta Lensu FIN -18,600
19 Nick Dyer GB -18,900
20 Wolfgang Franke GER -39,500
21 Ben Wilton GB -55,600
22 James Green GB -64,600
23 Juraj Jergus SLO -68,000
24 Dagmar Fischer GER -69,200
25 Michal Marko SLO -71,200
26 Paul Broadbridge GB -74,900
27 Graeme Robinson GB -82,400
28 Richard Langtry GB -89,600
29 David White GB -179,000
30 Tom Wood GB -179,200
31 David Clarke GB -222,300
32 David Stallan GB -271,400

Represented Countries

GB GER NED SLO ITA SWE FIN
20 3 3 3 1 1 1

‘Great Scholars Tournament’

The Great Scholars Riichi Mahjong Tournament was the first Riichi Mahjong tournament in Oxford. The winner was Philip Bielby. Final rankings and scores are now available.

The tournament took place on Saturday 6th April 2013 at North Oxford Association, Summertown, Oxford. 24 (out of a maximum possible 48) participants played 5 hanchan according to EMA RCR rules. The tournament had an MERS rating of 1. We trialled a Swiss-style seating system in this tournament.

Thank you all for playing in Oxford. Martin Lester and Alex March, Tournament Organisers

Full results were:

Rank Player Final Score
1 Philip Bielby GB 163,900
2 Aidan Robison GB 153,200
3 Paola Bungaro GB 148,800
4 Tony Haley GER 100,500
5 Robin Neatherway ITA 73,200
6 Michael Griffin ITA 65,300
7 Paul Broadbridge NED 53,500
8 Takashi Fujii SWE 34,700
9 Olivier Aubrun GB 30,200
10 David Clarke GB 29,800
11 Shaun Drury NED 25,500
12 Nick Dyer GB -9,100
13 Graeme Robinson GB -14,000
14 Chris Endicott SLO -21,100
15 Esther Jap GB -24,500
16 James Green GB -39,200
17 Ting NED -40,000
18 John Duckworth FIN -57,000
19 Peter Langford GB -98,300
20 Alexander Doppelhofer GER -98,300
21 Ian Fraser GB -104,200
22 Michael Donaghy GB -109,300
23 Alex March SLO -130,100
24 Dexter Griffiths GER -166,000

Represented Countries

GB FRA AUT RUS
21 1 1 1

3rd UK Open Riichi

A record entry of 52 competitors from 7 different countries gathered for the 3rd UK Open Riichi Tournament in Guildford which took place in the middle of Wimbledon fortnight, and the day before the Euro2012 soccer final.

France and Germany may have been eliminated from Euro2012 at the semi final stage, but these two countries, in particular France, dominated proceedings here. Quentin Thomas led the event for each of the first four rounds, but was overtaken in the last round by fellow countryman Nicolas Campina who recorded his first outright win in a major tournament. The only time either of them was out of the first three places was after two rounds – when Nicolas lay a lowly fourth! Leading German Riichi player Matthias Koehler made steady progress throughout the event to finish in 2nd spot. Only Alex Horsman (4th) and John Duckworth (5th) prevented a clean sweep of the top ten positions by the visiting European contingent.

Perhaps the English have something to learn from their neighbours about Riichi, as well as football!

Full results were:

Rank Player Final Score
1 Nicolas Campina FRA 191,600
2 Mathias Koehler GER 180,300
3 Quentin Thomas FRA 175,400
4 Alex Horsman GB 145,700
5 John Duckworth GB 115,300
6 Fritiof Olsen SWE 109,000
7 Alexander Wankmuller AUT 104,600
8 Valerian Thomas FRA 95,700
9 Fredrik Henriksen SWE 89,100
10 Tom Mustonen FIN 87,600
11 David Stallan GB 79,600
12 Benjamin Wicks GB 74,400
13 Paola Bungaro ITA 70,700
14 Paul Malone GB 50,000
15 Yuji Ohori FRA 49,600
16 Tony Haley GB 48,900
17 Philipp Martin GER 44,100
18 Jean-Marc Dedieu FRA 37,400
19 Manuel Tomisser AUT 36,900
20 Andy Mathew GB 31,400
21 Bao-Tin Duong FRA 21,000
22 Edwin Thompson GB 14,500
23 Stephen Chowney GB 7,400
24 Nick Dyer GB 2,500
25 Edward Tebbatt GB -700
26 Kevin Lincoln GB -5,200
27 Tim Richardson GB -9,200
28 Maxime Leveque FRA -11,600
29 Jasper Germeys SWE -15,800
30 Aziz Azougagh FRA -16,300
31 Alex March GB -23,500
32 David Clarke GB -27,500
33 Alfonso Madruga FRA -30,100
34 Ian Fraser GB -40,600
35 Martin Lester GB -44,900
36 Kirill Osipov FIN -47,800
37 Michael Donaghy GB -52,300
38 Teemu Sandblum FIN -56,400
39 Norma Todd GB -59,800
40 David Morris GB -66,100
41 Andrew Smith GB -67,100
42 Robert Steel GB -69,100
43 Stefan Persson SWE -71,700
44 Richard Langtry GB -80,400
45 Gemma Collinge GB -83,800
46 Florent Schmidt FRA -86,200
47 Julie Gacser FRA -97,800
48 Johan Eidenvall SWE -114,100
49 Sara Dona GB -140,600
50 Joe McCann GB -152,300
51 Aidan Robison GB -180,000
52 Nadine Lang FRA -211,800

Represented Countries

GB FRA SWE FIN GER AUT ITA
27 12 5 3 2 2 1

2nd UK Open Richi Tournament

June 2011 was clearly a month for ‘new kids on the block’. Rory McIlroy won his first golf ‘major’ - the US Open - and Steven Chowning from the Leeds University mahjong group saw off some strong competition to win his first major – the UK Riichi Open.

With one round to go, Steven was tied for the lead with one of the usual suspects - well enough known in the mahjong world to get by on her forename alone – Gemma. Gem won her final round with +10,000 but couldn’t match Steven’s 25,000 win.

In 3rd place was Nicolas Poilleux, recent winner of the French National title. More ‘new kids’ took the next two places Kristiina Kuusela from Finland, and Robert Steele from the emerging Warwick University group.

It was pleasing to welcome such a powerful French contingent to the tournament and to note the emergence of the student groups from Leeds and Warwick as well as an increased representation from Cambridge at this year’s event. Members of the Guildford Golf Club were heard to wonder when last so many Frenchmen came over to England, and concluded that it was probably 1066. (These visitors were more welcome). They further mused whether quite so much hair had ever been seen at the Golf Club, unless it was with many more heads to carry it! (The return of hair would also be most welcome, apparently).

Full results were:

Rank Player Final Score
1 Steven Chowney GB 111,200
2 Gemma Collinge GB 96,700
3 Nicolas Poilleux FRA 92,900
4 Kristiina Kuusela FIN 72,900
5 Robert Steel GB 52,000
6 Kevin Lincoln GB 51,100
7 Alex Horsman GB 50,300
8 Valerian Thomas GB 47,900
9 Richard Langtry GB 45,600
10 Ian Fraser GB 41,900
11 Dominic Denham GB 37,100
12 Cecille Poilleux-Laudy FRA 35,000
13 Aidan Robison GB 34,100
14 Jean-Marc Dedieu FRA 33,900
15 Pierre-Cyrille Kutukdjian FRA 29,700
16 Toshi Kashiwazaki JPN 29,000
17 Cor Hoogland NED 28,400
18 Christopher Rowe GB 25,900
19 Nicolas Campina FRA 25,000
20 Edwin Thomson GB 21,400
21 Martin Lester GB 20,100
22 Ans Hoogland NED 19,800
23 Geoff Isenman GB 19,600
24 Aziz Azougagh FRA 12,800
25 Sara Dona GB 11,200
26 Paola Bungaro ITA 8,500
27 James Neve GB -1,200
28 Susan Stewart GB -2,400
29 John Duckworth GB -9,000
30 David Clarke GB -17,700
31 Peter Langford GB -20,600
32 Andy Mathew GB -22,700
33 Marc Pester GB -28,100
34 Joshua Tattersall GB -32,900
35 Andrew Smith GB -37,400
36 Matthew Johnson GB -39,000
37 Quentin Thomas GB -43,500
38 Michael Donaghy GB -44,700
39 David Morris GB -47,700
40 Julie Gacser FRA -53,900
41 Nick Dyer GB -53,900
42 David Stallan GB -61,100
43 Teemu Sandblom FIN -66,700
44 Edward Tebbatt GB -73,700
45 Norma Todd GB -76,7000
46 Paul Malone GB -80,900
47 Wendy Coyne GB -105,000
48 Benjamin Wicks GB -132,800

Represented Countries

GB FRA FIN NED JPN ITA
35 7 2 2 1 1

The 1st UK Open Riichi Tournament

After the success of the pilot event, the inaugural UK Open was held on June 26th 2010. Supported by official recognition from the EMA, with MERS ranking points at stake, and with the assistance of publicity via Mahjong News a significantly wider participation was achieved. It was particularly pleasing that Martin Rep, editor of Mahjong News, was able to take part this time, and both surprising and gratifying that the President of the Korean Mahjong Association, Jaewon Yu, who chanced to be on holiday in Europe at the time, was available to compete.

Some very capable players from the Cambridge University Riichi Mahjong Club featured prominently, taking inter alia, second and third places, but on this occasion the clear winner was Ans Hoogland from the Netherlands.

Rank Player Final Score
1 Ans Hoogland NED 120,300
2 Marc Pester GB 80,800
3 John-Joseph Wilks GB 76,300
4 Alexander Dienaar NED 71,600
4 John Wood GB 71,600
6 Sebastian Powell GB 71,100
7 Jaewon Yu KOR 69,500
8 Alexander Doppelhoffer AUT 67,700
9 Anneke Keyl NED 41,100
10 Paola Bungaro ITA 41,000
11 Janco Onnink NED 29,200
12 Cor Hoogland NED 27,100
13 Gemma Collinge GB 24,500
14 Christopher Rowe GB 21,300
15 Andy Mathew GB 17,700
16 Andrew Jordan GB 16,300
17 Rick Sorgdrager NED 12,200
18 Iain Ramsey GB 9,400
19 Aidan Robison GB 7,600
20 Patrick Hafkenscheid NED 4,100
21 Toshi Kashiwazaki JPN 3,200
22 James Neve GB -1,500
23 John Duckworth GB -3,500
24 Andrey Podrezov RUS -3,800
25 Richard Langtry GB -6,700
26 Benjamin Wicks GB -8,200
27 Martin Rep NED -15,300
28 Yingke Shan GB -16,200
29 David Stallan GB -20,900
30 Susan Cumming GB -21,400
31 Ian Fraser GB -25,400
32 Peter Langford GB -26,900
33 Toni Wensley GB -30,100
34 Gerda Luebkeman NED -30,600
34 Marian Raybone GB -30,600
36 Tony Haley GB -35,600
37 Wendy Coyne GB -35,800
38 Henry Lin GB -36,000
39 Alison Brown GB -36,200
40 Norma Todd GB -38,000
41 Nick Dyer GB -42,000
42 Maurice Demmer NED -43,600
43 Jonathan Coke-Smith GB -44,900
44 Marjan Demmer NED -52,300
45 Dimphy van Grinsven NED -55,000
46 Roy de Treek NED -55,900
47 Matthew Johnson GB -56,700
48 Susan Stewart GB -111,500

Represented Countries

GB NED KOR AUT ITA JPN RUS
30 13 1 1 1 1 1

Pilot Tournament in UK

The first known Riichi tournament held in the UK took place in September 2009, involving members of the local groups around Guildford and a handful of specially invited guests from mainland Europe, including Tina Christiansen, Vice President of the European Association.

The result was a minor embarrassment for co-organiser Peter Langford, who hadn’t even necessarily been expecting to play, but at least it showed that the Brits could hold their own against some experienced competition. Not that the Brits were entirely lacking in experience. In second place was John Wood, the very man who had brought Riichi Mahjong back to the UK from Japan some thirty years earlier.

Rank Player Final Score
1 Peter Langford GB 87,600
2 John Wood GB 69,500
3 Gemma Collinge GB 65,600
4 Ilka Stummeyer GER 51,900
5 Tony Haley GB 51,100
6 Ans Hoogland NED 46,400
7 Colin Wood GB 30,700
8 John Duckworth GB 26,300
9 Ian Fraser GB 20,700
10 Andrew Smith GB 16,900
11 Nick Dyer GB 15,300
12 David Stallan GB 4,200
13 Morten Andersen DEN -5,400
14 Richard Langtry GB -7,200
15 Geoff Isenman GB -8,500
16 Gerda Lubkemann NED -9,400
17 Cor Hoogland NED -9,900
18 Andy Mathew GB -11,000
19 Toni Wensley GB -14,300
20 Janco Onnink NED -19,900
21 Jonathan Coke Smith GB -21,100
22 Tina Christensen DEN -38,000
23 Iain Ramsey GB -44,500
24 Mark Turner GB -47,600
25 Lizzie Haliburton GB -53,300
26 Paola Bungaro ITA -55,300
27 Wendy Coyne GB -66,800
28 Naomi Fraser GB -74,000

Represented Countries

GB NED DEN GER ITA
22 3 2 1 1