Swiss Cup Basel -- B Event

Oct 4 - 7, 2018
A Event | B Event | C Event |
Times shown as Central European Time (CET)
Noe Traub
4
Fri 11:30am
Loser to 59
SCORES
  [31]
Noe Traub
German Doronin
Klaudius Harsch
6
Fri 5:45pm
Loser to 61
SCORES
  [43]
Simon Gempeler
4
Fri 11:30am
Loser to 59
SCORES
  [32]
Simon Gempeler
8
Sat 8:30am
Loser to 70
SCORES
  [47]
Yannick Schwaller
Simon Gempeler
Yannick Schwaller
Glen Muirhead
4
Fri 11:30am
Loser to 60
SCORES
  [33]
Glen Muirhead
9
Sat 11:00am
Loser to 74
SCORES
  [53]
Yannick Schwaller
Alexander Baumann
Lucien Lottenbach
6
Fri 5:45pm
Loser to 61
SCORES
  [44]
Lucien Lottenbach
4
Fri 11:30am
Loser to 60
SCORES
  [34]
Lucien Lottenbach
8
Sat 8:30am
Loser to 70
SCORES
  [48]
Lucien Lottenbach
Michael Mueller
Bruce Mouat
Rolf Bruggmann
11
Sat 5:15pm
Loser to 79
SCORES
  [57]
7
Fri 8:45pm
Loser to 65
SCORES
  [39]
Ross Paterson
Qualifier
Ross Paterson
8
Sat 8:30am
Loser to 68
SCORES
  [49]
Magnus Ramsfjell
Amos Mosaner
10
Sat 2:30pm
Loser to 76
SCORES
  [54]
Alexey Timofeev
7
Fri 8:45pm
Loser to 66
SCORES
  [40]
Magnus Ramsfjell
Magnus Ramsfjell
Alexey Timofeev
Steffen Walstad
6
Fri 5:45pm
Loser to 71
SCORES
  [41]
Steffen Walstad
Lukas Klima
8
Sat 8:30am
Loser to 69
SCORES
  [50]
Steffen Walstad
Marc Pfister
10
Sat 2:30pm
Loser to 75
SCORES
  [55]
Steffen Walstad
6
Fri 5:45pm
Loser to 72
SCORES
  [42]
Joel Retornaz
Joel Retornaz
Thomas Ulsrud
Timo Daniel
Jan Hess
5
Fri 2:45pm
Loser to 63
SCORES
  [35]
Timo Daniel
11
Sat 5:15pm
Loser to 82
SCORES
  [58]
Vincent Huguelet
8
Sat 8:30am
Loser to 67
SCORES
  [51]
Jan Hess
Qualifier
Jaap van Dorp
7
Fri 8:45pm
Loser to 62
SCORES
  [45]
Jaap van Dorp
5
Fri 2:45pm
Loser to 63
SCORES
  [36]
Jaap van Dorp
Andrin Schnider
Sebastian Wunderer
David Sik
David Sik
5
Fri 2:45pm
Loser to 64
SCORES
  [37]
Sebastian Wunderer
9
Sat 11:00am
Loser to 77
SCORES
  [56]
Sergio Vez
8
Sat 8:30am
Loser to 67
SCORES
  [52]
David Sik
Marco Hoesli
7
Fri 8:45pm
Loser to 62
SCORES
  [46]
Krystof Tabery
5
Fri 2:45pm
Loser to 64
SCORES
  [38]
Krystof Tabery
Krystof Tabery

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