2014 - 1st Italian Open

For the first time in Italy, in the beautiful surroundings of Rome, 50 players from 6 European countries (Finland, France, Italy, Germany, Greece and Hungary ) competed in the 1st Italian Open of Shuttlecock, during the first weekend in November 2014.


This event has been strongly supported by the Italian Federation of Shuttlecock, the F.I.SHU also candidate for organizing the next World Championship in 2015.


Many institutional and commercial partners helped the Italian Shuttlecock Federation to organize this sporting event: the University of Rome "Tor Vergata", Rome City Hall – Municipality 6, Campus X - Rome Tor Vergata, the associations SPORTLAB and US ACLI, the “Fondazione Giorgio Castelli Onlus” organization, the national and international courier “Delta Logistica”, the “Macron Store Roma nord” and the “LightCut Film”.


Many institutional and commercial partners helped the Italian Shuttlecock Federation to organize this sporting event: the University of Rome "Tor Vergata", Rome City Hall – Municipality 6, Campus X - Rome Tor Vergata, the associations SPORTLAB and US ACLI, the “Fondazione Giorgio Castelli Onlus” organization, the national and international courier “Delta Logistica”, the “Macron Store Roma nord” and the “LightCut Film”.


Two teams from Germany and one from Hungary were the best in the field. They won, respectively, the 1st - 3rd and 2nd place. The final (Zentarra – Walter against the hungarian Toth – Kezer) was really exciting and thrilling, during 3 sets, points after points. The awards ceremony was hosted by “Campus X- Tor Vergata”.


The Open competition traditionally is a great opportunity to meet other people, play fair games and fun sport. A cheerful and positive feel featured this first international and official Shuttlecock event in Italy. As always, thanks to the Shuttlecock, it’s possible to live a great time together.


And now ... we are all ready for new workouts, new races and new competitions!



The final standings


Germany1 - 1st

Hungary1 - 2nd

Philip-Tania - 3rd

Hungary2 - 4th

Helsinky1 - 5th

Helsinky2 - 6th

Anthony-Justine - 7th

Francois-Ayman - 8th

Stelios-Aristotelis - 9th

Walter-Karsten- 10th

Leo-Mathieau - 11th

Dani-Cristoph - 12th

Fabien-Laetitia - 13th

Italy2 - 14th

Xavier-June - 15th

Hungary3 - 16th

Guillaume-Panos - 17th

Phoenix 2 - 18th

Sportlab -19th

Phoenix 1 - 20th

Italy 1 - 21th

Phoenix3 - 22th

Phoenix4 - 23th








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