Danish delight as Ireland presents memorable Eisenhower Trophy
Denmark team (from left) Torben Henriksen Nyehuus (Team Captain), John Axelsen, Nicolai Hojgaard and Rasmus Hojgaard winners of the 2018 World Amateur Team Championship ( Eisenhower Trophy) at Carton House Golf Resort, Maynooth, Co Kildare today (08/09/2018). Picture by Pat Cashman

Denmark team (from left) Torben Henriksen Nyehuus (Team Captain), John Axelsen, Nicolai Hojgaard and Rasmus Hojgaard winners of the 2018 World Amateur Team Championship ( Eisenhower Trophy) at Carton House Golf Resort, Maynooth, Co Kildare today (08/09/2018). Picture by Pat Cashman

European Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjorn never got to lift the Eisenhower Trophy when he teed it up in Canada in 1992. 

But if he's a believer in good omens, Denmark's one-stroke victory of a powerful USA trio in the World Amateur Team Championships in Ireland on Saturday can only give him a warm feeling as he prepares for Paris.

Tied for fourth place with Italy, four strokes behind leaders New Zealand and one adrift of  Spain, Thailand and the United States heading into the final round  at Carton House in Co Kildare, the Danes played superbly on the par-73 O'Meara Course on the final day to win on 39-under par 541

The stars of the show were 17-year-old identical twins Nicolai and Rasmus Hojgaard, who helped the Danes claim the Eisenhower Trophy in their 25th appearance.

Nicolai, the 2018 European Amateur champion, posted a seven-under-par 66 and his brother Rasmus a six-under-67 for a team total of 13-under-par 133  as John Axelsen posted a non-counting four-under 69.

“It means a lot,” said six-time Danish captain Torben Nyehuus, who was also skipper when Denmark won its only other medal in the event, the silver, in Buenos Aires in 2010. 

“Everybody is watching. It’s just amazing. I was with the team in 2010 when we came in second, so this is just amazing. It’s pretty nice to go one better.”

Nicolai notched five birdies in his final nine holes and Rasmus logged three as they took the lead from a tightly-packed leaderboard. Four teams, Denmark, USA, Spain and New Zealand, were tied at 34-under as the last groups made the turn.

“I feel wonderful,” said Nicolai. “This is a dream come true for all of us. I had a tough start to this tournament, so I was just trying to play some good rounds to help the team. I did that the last two rounds so this is perfect. 

"This is the biggest team event we could have won and to do it with Rasmus is perfect. But, also with John, John is a great friend and we are all having fun. This is just wonderful.”

The USA used a strong finish by University of Texas freshman and 2018 U.S. Amateur semifinalist Cole Hammer (7-under 66) and University of Southern California senior Justin Suh (4-under 69) to pass Spain for the silver medal at 38-under-par 542.

“It says a lot,” said Hammer, the 2018 U.S. Amateur Four-Ball champion. “It speaks a lot to the way our team jelled and how much fun we had together. When you are having fun playing golf, good things happen. To medal in my first international competition, especially on a stage as big as this, is really special.”

Spain took the bronze medal on 36-under 544, edging out 54-hole leaders New Zealand by a stroke as Norway, Italy and Thailand tied for fifth at 548.

England was eighth on 549 with Canada in ninth on 550 as host Ireland tied for tenth with Germany on 27-under 553.

Although there is no official recognition, Spain’s Alejandro “Alex” Del Rey was the low individual scorer at 23-under 267, one stroke ahead of Japan's Takumi Kanaya. Del Rey and England’s Matthew Jordan shot the low scores in the fourth round at 8-under 65.

As for Ireland, they were disappointed not to follow up their first bronze medal in Mexico two years ago with another podium finish.

A disappointing, one-over par tally on the third day knocked them out of the running and they were proud to finish strongly with Kinsale's John Murphy carding a five-under 68 and Tramore's Robin Dawson a four-under 69 as Portmarnock's Conor Purcell posted a non-counting 74.

“It was a great week," said non-playing captain John Carroll. "Unfortunately, yesterday knocked us out completely. Three players didn’t play up to scratch and that happens in golf. There’s nothing you can do about it.

“It was everything I expected. A huge event, great crowds. Absolutely some superb golf. It’s been a wonderful week. I’d have thought 27 under par around these two courses would have put us higher than we finished. The standard of golf is something else.
“I saw some guys playing out there, they certainly wouldn’t be lost on the tour."

Irish coach Neil Manchip was more than proud of their performance and believes it will be an inspiration to the juniors to were at Carton House yesterday to watch the older players in action.

"There's a few really young ones hanging around here. There's a few guys from the under-14s  watching, a few really young ones coming up and great to see some of the Boys squad out this week watching as well.

"I remember talking to John when it was announced we were playing host to this event four years ago and John was on the under-18s at the time and it was his first time here. He said, 'I'll look forward to coming up to watch that here. It's great to be able to play the course.'

"And I said: 'well why don't you play in it? And it turned out he did. So it's been brilliant. It's a brilliant event to host and they've all done really well. I couldn't be more proud of them."

Ireland's third round killed their title hopes but Manchip knew that playing at home was always going to present a two-edged sword — the advantage of local knowledge and the challenge of dealing with the high expectations both inside and outside the camp."

"Obviously we had a slow day yesterday and went back a fair bit and the lads were really disappointed after yesterday," he said. "I guess a bit of trying really hard to do well and we were doing really well after two rounds. 

"All three players were doing really well the first two days and then none of them had their best day yesterday. That's the way it goes sometimes but fair play to the three of them. They said they were going to give it their best shot today and they did.

"They had a really good comeback. They all had a super week and there's no doubt that playing a really big tournament like this has its own difficulties but it had its advantages as well.

"I think overall we had a pretty good week.  It was a well run week overall. All the volunteers were fantastic. We had great crowds out watching the three guys. I've heard nothing but compliments about Carton House and about the way it was run and everything. I think it's been great."

It's an event that will stand to all three, even if Dawson is now preparing to turn professional.

"This particular tournament very few players play it more than once because the cycle it comes in, if they've made this team, they tend to turn pro before the next one comes around," Manchip said. 

"It's a special event, absolutely and really special to be playing at home. They'll remember this for the rest of their lives, and they'll be talking about it for years to come.

"Robin's going to turn pro and the other two guys have a bit to go in college yet, and Conor's going to do his own things, so who knows what will happen next. But as far as their input and application this week, they've been fantastic as we expect them to be." 

It’s been an experience that none of us will ever forget, so it was nice to finish it off in a somewhat positive manner.
— John Murphy

Dawson tied for 13th with England's Gian Marco Petrozzi as the leading player from GB&I in the individual standings on 14-under par in his penultimate event as an amateur.

The 22-year old from Tramore plans to turn professional following next week's Home Internationals at Conwy in Wales, where Ireland will be seeking a fifth consecutive win.

Dawson had an excellent season, winning the Irish Amateur Open Strokeplay title at Royal County Down before going on to reach the final of the Amateur Championship and finish runner-up in the following week's European Amateur Championship.

But rather than feeling nostalgic about the end of his amateur career, he's now looking forward to being reunited with his former amateur teammates in the paid ranks.

"There's a few of my buddies gone on already so I'm looking forward to catching up with them," Dawson said. "I'll be catching up with Gary [Hurley], Paul McBride, and Paul [Dunne], Stewwy [Stuart Grehan]. They're all out there. So I'm looking forward to getting out there myself. 

"When you see some them doing well and finishing well it would be nice to be doing what they're doing as well. Exciting times ahead."

Dawson enjoyed his week but was disappointed that a poor third day put paid to Ireland's chances of winning the title and ultimately cost the host a medal.

"It's been an up-and-down week," he said. "I've three good rounds and a bang average round yesterday. There's still lots of positives but still lots of room for improvement. Even though 14 under par  for four rounds around here is pretty good, there's still room for improvement there, definitely.

"I'm happy overall but a bit disappointed we didn't contend further up the team  standings in that aspect but you're always happy yourself with a top ten, aren't you?"

As for any lingering tiredness affecting him in Conwy, he said: "Funny you say that, because even at The Amateur this year, I'd have had no expectations about going to the European Amateur the week after and I ended up playing well. Maybe this week could help me, but we'll see. 

Kinsale's Murphy tied for 41st in the individual standings on nine-under, showing huge maturity for a 20-year old as he shot round of 69, 70, 74 and    68.

He admitted that Ireland felt that it was a chance missed but he knows it will stand to him in the future.

"It's inevitable that we feel that way after the week but we did all we could today," he said of what all three felt was a case of what might have been. 

"We got up this morning with such a positive mindset and such a great attitude, which is all you could ask for in teammates really. It was a big disappointment yesterday but we made the most of a bad situation, and it was great to finish off strong.

"It's been an experience that none of us will ever forget, so it was nice to finish it off in a somewhat positive manner.

"Over the first two rounds, the worst score of any of three us was three under. But the format just didn't work in our favour.  We all had a bad day at once, which just killed us. It killed all our momentum. 

"If we had had a couple of those three-unders in the third round, it would have been great. It was such a shame. We were all playing so well, and things just went a bit flat yesterday. All in all, it was an experience that none of us will ever forget. It was a very enjoyable week, and I will never forget."

The Kinsale star will  miss the Home International as he's in action for the University of Louisville next week but he knows that he will have many more chances to represent Ireland. 

"Yes, I've never played Home Internationals, and I'd love to be playing that," he said. "But we've got our first college tournament starting next Friday on our home course in Lousiville. It's a shame. I'd love to be playing Home Internationals. But that's the way it goes. We have 11 incredible players going over to try to win the five in a row so I will be keeping tabs on the scores, hole by hole."

As for the significance of the Eisenhower Trophy for his career, he said: "It's a nice marker for all of our careers. Robin is just finishing his amateur career, and I'd like to think mine is just getting started. It looks like a stepping stone for me this week. It's very nice to be part of this whole experience, and I am really looking forward to what's ahead in the future."

Purcell (21) plans to play amateur golf full time this year and while he was disappointed to follow rounds of 69, 69 and 71 with a one-over 74 to share 51st on seven-under, he's upbeat about his game.

"Yesterday took a little bit of steam out of us but it was a great week with lots of positives, and we will be coming back stronger in two years' time," said the Portmarnock star, who is a son of professional Joey Purcell." 

On his abiding memory of the week, he said: "There was a great buzz to that second day. The way we finished it off, we came off the course with our heads held high. There was a good atmosphere going into the next morning. I will definitely remember that. 

"It was good to have the two lads backing me up today when I wasn't at my best. It's been a good week.

"I will play the amateur circuit full-time next year and see where that leaves me. I am not going to rush into anything or turn pro any time soon. Obviously next year Walker Cup will be on the radar, and we will see what happens and whether I make or don't make the team. For the next 12 months, I will do my best and see where it leaves me."

With the Amateur Championship also set for Portmarnock in 2019, it promises to be a special year.

"Yes, the Amateur is going to be there, and hopefully, there might be a bit of home support playing that one," said Purcell, who reached the semi-finals of the Amateur Championship this year, losing to Dawson. 

"It's going to be similar to here, but I know the course a lot more. It's a question of making sure it doesn't get in the way of things. 

"It was a good summer for me. I can't complain. Today it feels pretty bad at the moment, but I will look back on it as a very good week. 

"My game? I'd call it a gradual progression. When I left Boys golf and started the men's schedule, I played pretty well. Year by year my results have gotten better, so hopefully, we can keep that upward trend."

He'd love to add to his win in the South of Ireland Championship two years ago and knows he can always rely on his parents, especially his father, for good advice.  

"Yes, you don't often win in golf. Any time you can notch up a win, it's very good. Whenever it happens again, I will look forward to it," he said.

"Dad has been my mentor since day one. I always look up to him and listen to what he has to say."

Ireland's facilities and the enthusiasm for the game here impressed the other 71 nations taking part and when asked if he felt Ireland should be trying to become the All Black of golf in terms of the development of the game here, National Coach Manchip was happy to agree that we are doing well in world terms.

While there are few Irish players on the world tours, that may change quickly.

"You see the whole spectrum this week," he said. "You see guys who are probably paying their own way to be here to play for their countries. You see guys who come from countries with really big budgets and who play all over the world. To see the whole thing going on, it's great to have everyone here together.

"It was great to see, I don't know what country they were from, but they were looking for autographs from the American players before going out to play themselves!

"A few of the other coaches have remarked to me how big the crowds have been and how good an Eisenhower it's been because you do go to other countries and there's nobody watching apart from family members or support staff or a couple of interested people.

You see the interest in the three guys. Like, John from Cork, people came from Waterford and Cork an from all over to watch the guys playing. You even look around the last green there and there's lots of people watching. It's great to see."

World Amateur Team Championships,  Eisenhower Trophy, Carton House

Detailed scores

Final Scores

541 Denmark (Axelsen 69, Hojgaard 66, Hojgaard 67)

542 United States of America (Morikawa 71, Suh 69, Hammer 66)

544 Spain (Pastor 73, Del Rey 65, Hidalgo 72)

545 New Zealand (Ieremia 76, Mountcastle 71, Hillier 70)

548 Italy (Manzoni 72, Mazzoli 70, Scalise 70)

548 Norway (Hovland 67, Reitan 69, Volden 69)

548 Thailand (Hamamoto 71, Kaewkanjana 70, Chothirunrungrueng 72)

549 England (Petrozzi 71, Waite 69, Jordan 65)

550 Canada (Bernard 68, Rank 72, Savoie 68)

553 Germany (Hammer 74, Long 69, John 70)

553 Ireland (Murphy 68, Purcell 74, Dawson 69)

554 Australia (Lee 68, Micheluzzi 72, Wools-Cobb 70)

554 Scotland (Lumsden 71, Scott 67, Walker 71)

555 Austria (Steinlechner 73, Regner 70, Lipold 72)

556 Japan (Kanaya 67, Nakajima 69, Imano 78)

556 Switzerland (Freiburghaus 70, Cohen 68, Ettlin 73)

558 Sweden (Widing 72, Gillberg 69, Nilehn 72)

560 Argentina (Schonbaum 69, Fernandez de Oliveira 74, Contini 74)

560 Chile (Morgan Birke 69, Errazuriz 76, Gana 70)

560 Colombia (Ramirez Velandia 69, Restrepo 68, Ardila 76)

560 Wales (Chamberlain 72, Hapgood 70, Williams 69)

562 Czech Republic (Zuska 69, Hruby 73, Zach 70)

563 Republic of Korea (Choi 73, Jang 72, Oh 82)

564 Poland (Pakosch 73, Pedryc 70, Szmidt 72)

567 Belgium (Dumont de Chassart 68, De Bondt 73, de Wouters d'Oplinter 74)

567 Serbia (Cvetkovic 72, Dimitrijevic 72, Gudelj 70)

567 Singapore (Ho 69, Lee 73, Foo 71)

568 Netherlands (Ji 69, Kraai 78, van Tilburg 75)

568 Peoples Republic of China (Chen 76, Liang 73, Zhang 66)

569 South Africa (Saulez 72, Nienaber 70, Mitchell 68)

570 India (Kaul 74, Bedi 78, John Thomas 70)

572 Costa Rica (Gagne 68, Chaplet 76, Ortiz 72)

572 Hong Kong, China (Cheung 73, D'Souza 66, Ng 72)

572 Mexico (Pereda 68, Terrazas 69, Ortiz Becerra 72)

573 Iceland (Sveinbergsson 71, Juliusson 72, Petursson 68)

573 Portugal (Lopes 74, Girao 73, Lencart 71)

576 Finland (Mahonen 74, Honkala 73, Valimaki 69)

577 France (Gandon 74, Lacroix 77, Veyret 72)

578 Estonia (Hellat 77, Jegers 76, Turba 70)

578 Puerto Rico (Esteve 71, Alverio 71, Morales 80)

579 Guatemala (Villavicencio Calderon 75, Castellanos Conde 77, Gurtner 75)

579 Taipei, Chinese (Wang 73, Lai 80, Ho 73)

581 Peru (Zubiate 77, Freundt-Thurne 77, Barco 73)

581 Zimbabwe (Allard 79, Amm 69, Krog 73)

582 Brazil (Ishii 80, Park 66, Machado 73)

582 Slovakia (Brezovsky 72, Mach 70, Lucansky 83)

582 Venezuela (Garcia 70, Brauckmeyer 78, Prieto 77)

583 Dominican Republic (Valverde A 80, Pena 78, Guerra 70)

586 Morocco (Id Omar 67, Raouzi 77, Dahmane 78)

588 Bermuda (Dillas 74, Ming 74, Campbell 72)

596 Turkey (Esmer 76, Yamac 74, Acikalin 82)

599 Slovenia (Trnovec 73, Potocar 76, Burkelca 74)

601 Qatar (Al Kaabi 77, Al Kuwari 82, Al Shahrani 71)

601 Uruguay (Reyes 73, Teuten 78, Alvarez 80)

604 Croatia (Buerk 77, Stepinac 76, Vucemil 75)

604 Luxembourg (Weis 75, Weis 78, Winandy 83)

607 Saudi Arabia (Almulla 81, Alsakha 81, Attieh 77)

608 Cayman Islands (Hastings 74, Wight 79, Jarvis 73)

608 Panama (Ducruet 75, Cargiulo 74, Ordonez 76)

609 Malta (Borg 79, Critien 74, Micallef 75)

610 United Arab Emirates (Al Jasmi 70, Skaik 75, Thabet 81)

615 Liechtenstein (Schredt 80, Schreiber 75, Schredt 80)

617 Republic of Moldova (Coica 79, Volostnykh 72, Podgainii 81)

620 Bulgaria (Marinov 82, Savov 82, Staykov 71)

627 Guam (Camacho 78, Manalo WD, Poe 84)

639 Lithuania (Vaicius 85, Momkus 81, Markevicius 77)

651 Ghana (Angel 78, Dogbe 80, Kusi-Boateng 91)

664 Nigeria (Thompson 92, Inalegwu 80, Thompson 87)

678 Haiti (Brandt 87, Saint-Fort 95, Mehu 82)

699 Iraq (Al-Hashimi 101, Barnouti 101, Radee 78)

727 Gabon (Illien 83, Perez Ayo 93)

757 Armenia (Balyan 100, Karakhanyan 93, Saghatelyan 108)


Detailed scores

O=O’Meara Course (Par 73); M=Montgomerie Course (Par 72)

267 A Del Rey (ESP), 70O, 64M, 68M, 65O;

268 T Kanaya (JPN), 66M, 68O, 67M, 67O;

273 J Suh (USA), 69M, 67O, 68M, 69O; D Hillier (NZL), 69O, 65M, 69M, 70O; P Cohen (SUI), 65O, 72M, 68M, 68O;

274 M Lee (AUS), 72M, 68O, 66M, 68O; N Hojgaard (DEN), 71M, 70O, 67M, 66O;

275 C Morikawa (USA), 72M, 66O, 66M, 71O; R Hojgaard (DEN), 68M, 70O, 70M, 67O; L Scalise (ITA), 68M, 69O, 68M, 70O; R John Thomas (IND), 64O, 72M, 69M, 70O; V Hovland (NOR), 70O, 73M, 65M, 67O;

276 Robin Dawson (IRL), 65M, 68O, 74M, 69O; J Axelsen (DEN), 64M, 69O, 74M, 69O; N Regner (AUT), 70M, 67O, 69M, 70O; A Pedryc (POL), 71M, 68O, 67M, 70O; G Petrozzi (ENG), 70O, 68M, 67M, 71O; S Kaewkanjana (THA), 66O, 65M, 75M, 70O;

277 J Savoie (CAN), 71M, 67O, 71M, 68O; A John (GER), 69M, 67O, 69M, 72O; G Foo (SGP), 70M, 69O, 67O, 71M; J Ji (NED), 70O, 70M, 68M, 69O; D Ieremia (NZL), 70O, 66M, 65M, 76O;

278 R Lumsden (SCO), 71M, 67O, 69M, 71O; S Scott (SCO), 73M, 71O, 67M, 67O; M Jordan (ENG), 73O, 70M, 70M, 65O; K Reitan (NOR), 71O, 70M, 68M, 69O; W Chothirunrungrueng (THA), 75O, 66M, 65M, 72O; J Garcia (VEN), 68O, 69M, 71M, 70O;

279 A Dumont de Chassart (BEL), 71M, 71O, 69M, 68O; H Bernard (CAN), 74M, 66O, 71M, 68O; L Lipold (AUT), 69M, 69O, 69M, 72O; S Mazzoli (ITA), 79M, 64O, 66M, 70O;

280 I Ramirez Velandia (COL), 70M, 71O, 70M, 69O; L Gagne (CRC), 73M, 67O, 72M, 68O; C Hammer (USA), 71M, 71O, 72M, 66O; B Gudelj (SRB), 70M, 67O, 73M, 70O; A Id Omar (MAR), 74M, 68O, 71O, 67M; O Gillberg (SWE), 70O, 65M, 76M, 69O; A Hidalgo (ESP), 73O, 69M, 66M, 72O;

281 P Lencart (POR), 67M, 70O, 73M, 71O; John Murphy (IRL), 69M, 70O, 74M, 68O; H Zhang (CHN), 71O, 74M, 70M, 66O; T Widing (SWE), 71O, 68M, 70M, 72O; J Zuska (CZE), 74O, 72M, 66M, 69O;

282 J Guerra (DOM), 70M, 71O, 71M, 70O; M Fernandez de Oliveira (ARG), 68O, 69M, 71M, 74O; 282 M Waite (ENG), 70O, 70M, 73M, 69O; J Volden (NOR), 72O, 68M, 73M, 69O; J Hapgood (WAL), 72O, 68M, 72M, 70O;

283 Conor Purcell (IRL), 69M, 69O, 71M, 74O; S Wools-Cobb (AUS), 72M, 70O, 71M, 70O; G Rank (CAN), 68M, 72O, 71M, 72O; M Contini (ARG), 73O, 68M, 68M, 74O; J Freiburghaus (SUI), 72O, 71M, 70M, 70O;

284 S Zach (CZE), 69O, 70M, 75M, 70O;

285 A Juliusson (ISL), 73M, 72O, 68O, 72M; H Choi (KOR), 71M, 73O, 68M, 73O; S Jang (KOR), 73M, 68O, 72M, 72O; H Long (GER), 74M, 76O, 66M, 69O; B Chamberlain (WAL), 69O, 74M, 70M, 72O;

286 D Micheluzzi (AUS), 69M, 74O, 71M, 72O; M Saulez (RSA), 70M, 75O, 69O, 72M; L Barco (PER), 70M, 72O, 71M, 73O; G Morgan Birke (CHI), 72M, 71O, 74M, 69O; W Wang (TPE), 76M, 70O, 67O, 73M;

287 A Ortiz Becerra (MEX), 72M, 73O, 70O, 72M; S Valimaki (FIN), 76M, 73O, 69O, 69M; W Nienaber (RSA), 73M, 76O, 68O, 70M; E Walker (SCO), 73M, 69O, 74M, 71O; V Veyret (FRA), 70M, 72O, 73M, 72O; K Hamamoto (THA), 74O, 71M, 71M, 71O; F Nilehn (SWE), 74O, 68M, 73M, 72O; T Williams (WAL), 73O, 70M, 75M, 69O; L D'Souza (HKG), 73O, 76M, 72O, 66M;

288 C Ardila (COL), 73M, 70O, 69M, 76O; P Mach (SVK), 73M, 70O, 75O, 70M; M Dimitrijevic (SRB), 78M, 68O, 70M, 72O; M Steinlechner (AUT), 73M, 69O, 73M, 73O; T Gana (CHI), 80M, 69O, 69M, 70O; L Park (BRA), 73O, 75M, 74O, 66M;

289 J Turba (EST), 73M, 69O, 77M, 70O; M Alverio (PUR), 71M, 72O, 75O, 71M; A Errazuriz (CHI), 68M, 73O, 72M, 76O; D Amm (ZIM), 68O, 73M, 79O, 69M; V Pastor (ESP), 70O, 75M, 71M, 73O;

290 J de Wouters d'Oplinter (BEL), 73M, 70O, 73M, 74O; B Petursson (ISL), 74M, 73O, 75O, 68M; R Pereda (MEX), 73M, 74O, 75O, 68M; M Honkala (FIN), 72M, 75O, 70O, 73M; D Gurtner (GUA), 71M, 70O, 74O, 75M; T Ng (HKG), 73O, 75M, 70O, 72M; K Mountcastle (NZL), 73O, 76M, 70M, 71O;

291 P Hruby (CZE), 73O, 72M, 73M, 73O; M Cheung (HKG), 75O, 71M, 72O, 73M;

292 A De Bondt (BEL), 74M, 73O, 72M, 73O; G Sveinbergsson (ISL), 74M, 72O, 75O, 71M; M Hammer (GER), 77M, 67O, 74M, 74O; P Pakosch (POL), 71M, 77O, 71M, 73O; N van Tilburg (NED), 75O, 72M, 70M, 75O;

292 J Dillas (BER), 72O, 75M, 71O, 74M;

293 E Restrepo (COL), 73M, 78O, 74M, 68O; P Chaplet (CRC), 77M, 68O, 72M, 76O; F Lacroix (FRA), 70M, 72O, 74M, 77O; A Schonbaum (ARG), 76O, 72M, 76M, 69O;

294 V Lopes (POR), 72M, 78O, 70M, 74O; C Hellat (EST), 75M, 70O, 72M, 77O; M Brezovsky (SVK), 75M, 78O, 69O, 72M; H Machado (BRA), 75O, 76M, 70O, 73M;

295 J Esteve (PUR), 74M, 79O, 71O, 71M; D Lee (SGP), 77M, 73O, 72O, 73M; P Freundt-Thurne (PER), 74M, 72O, 72M, 77O; G Manzoni (ITA), 73M, 77O, 73M, 72O; Y Ho (TPE), 76M, 77O, 69O, 73M;

296 A Villavicencio Calderon (GUA), 75M, 75O, 71O, 75M; J Szmidt (POL), 78M, 74O, 72M, 72O; J Gandon (FRA), 75M, 73O, 74M, 74O; K Kaul (IND), 73O, 73M, 76M, 74O; E Liang (CHN), 72O, 72M, 79M, 73O; L Ettlin (SUI), 73O, 74M, 76M, 73O;

297 A Terrazas (MEX), 81M, 73O, 74O, 69M; P Castellanos Conde (GUA), 78M, 73O, 69O, 77M; Y Chen (CHN), 77O, 71M, 73M, 76O; W Campbell (BER), 72O, 81M, 72O, 72M;

298 S Oh (KOR), 67M, 78O, 71M, 82O; A Girao (POR), 71M, 79O, 75M, 73O; J Ho (SGP), 76M, 75O, 78O, 69M; D Volostnykh (MDA), 71O, 79M, 76O, 72M; K Al Jasmi (UAE), 73O, 75M, 80O, 70M; E Schreiber (LIE), 76O, 74M, 73O, 75M;

299 K Jegers (EST), 73M, 75O, 75M, 76O; M Reyes (URU), 73M, 76O, 77O, 73M; T Yamac (TUR), 74M, 75O, 76O, 74M; M Trnovec (SLO), 78O, 76M, 72O, 73M;

300 D Imano (JPN), 71M, 76O, 75M, 78O; J Allard (ZIM), 73O, 75M, 73O, 79M; L Buerk (CRO), 73O, 76M, 74O, 77M;

301 R Pena (DOM), 71M, 75O, 77M, 78O; G Weis (LUX), 75O, 76M, 72O, 78M; G Markevicius (LTU), 77O, 76M, 71O, 77M;

302 A Ortiz (CRC), 76M, 74O, 73M, 79O; J Hastings (CAY), 78O, 76M, 74O, 74M; A Al Shahrani (QAT), 76O, 81M, 74O, 71M;

303 R Camacho (GUM), 75M, 74O, 76O, 78M; K Attieh (KSA), 77M, 72O, 77O, 77M; V Mahonen (FIN), 75M, 76O, 78O, 74M; D Cvetkovic (SRB), 77M, 73O, 81M, 72O; L Acikalin (TUR), 75M, 75O, 71O, 82M; C Lai (TPE), 77M, 75O, 71O, 80M; A Bedi (IND), 74O, 72M, 79M, 78O; C Weis (LUX), 75O, 76M, 77O, 75M; S Al Kaabi (QAT), 72O, 79M, 75O, 77M;

304 O Almulla (KSA), 73M, 72O, 78O, 81M; 304 S Zubiate (PER), 75M, 74O, 78M, 77O; F Alvarez (URU), 75M, 75O, 74O, 80M; K Burkelca (SLO), 77O, 75M, 78O, 74M; S Krog (ZIM), 74O, 80M, 77O, 73M; J Ducruet (PAN), 79O, 75M, 75O, 75M;

305 K Brauckmeyer (VEN), 77O, 73M, 77M, 78O;

306 M Ordonez (PAN), 77O, 77M, 76O, 76M;

307 N Teuten (URU), 75M, 76O, 78O, 78M; A Jarvis (CAY), 79O, 75M, 80O, 73M; I Vucemil (CRO), 73O, 79M, 80O, 75M;

308 V Potocar (SLO), 75O, 80M, 77O, 76M; R Critien (MLT), 75O, 78M, 81O, 74M; R Staykov (BUL), 77O, 81M, 79O, 71M;

309 E Morales (PUR), 79M, 73O, 77O, 80M; S Dahmane (MAR), 75M, 76O, 80O, 78M; J Micallef (MLT), 76O, 81M, 77O, 75M; M Stepinac (CRO), 76O, 78M, 79O, 76M;

310 S Kraai (NED), 74O, 81M, 77M, 78O; M Ming (BER), 77O, 80M, 79O, 74M;

311 D Ishii (BRA), 77O, 77M, 77O, 80M;

312 H Esmer (TUR), 78M, 75O, 83O, 76M; A Skaik (UAE), 83O, 77M, 77O, 75M;

313 O Raouzi (MAR), 74M, 83O, 79O, 77M; V Marinov (BUL), 81O, 76M, 74O, 82M; L Cargiulo (PAN), 83O, 79M, 77O, 74M;

314 E Valverde A (DOM), 77M, 76O, 81M, 80O; A Alsakha (KSA), 77M, 78O, 78O, 81M; A Borg (MLT), 81O, 75M, 79O, 79M;

316 P Wight (CAY), 82O, 75M, 80O, 79M;

319 A Coica (MDA), 83O, 77M, 80O, 79M; F Schredt (LIE), 77O, 83M, 79O, 80M;

320 E Prieto (VEN), 82O, 82M, 79M, 77O; A Radee (IRQ), 85O, 80M, 77O, 78M; J Mehu (HAI), 79O, 77M, 82O, 82M;

322 B Lucansky (SVK), 80M, 78O, 81O, 83M; J Al Kuwari (QAT), 86O, 77M, 77O, 82M;

324 Y Dogbe (GHA), 82O, 83M, 79O, 80M;

325 D Poe (GUM), 80M, 79O, 82O, 84M;

326 S Schredt (LIE), 79O, 90M, 77O, 80M; G Inalegwu (NGR), 81O, 85M, 80O, 80M;

327 A Angel (GHA), 82O, 82M, 85O, 78M;

331 D Savov (BUL), 82O, 89M, 78O, 82M; D Winandy (LUX), 76O, 82M, 90O, 83M;

332 S Thabet (UAE), 87O, 83M, 81O, 81M;

340 D Momkus (LTU), 86O, 90M, 83O, 81M;

343 A Illien (GAB), 84O, 84M, 92O, 83M;

348 O Thompson (NGR), 85O, 83M, 88O, 92M;

349 J Thompson (NGR), 80O, 90M, 92O, 87M;

357 A Podgainii (MDA), 85O, 100M, 91O, 81M;

361 K Kusi-Boateng (GHA), 90O, 91M, 89O, 91M;

366 M Brandt (HAI), 95O, 93M, 91O, 87M;

368 L Karakhanyan (ARM), 91O, 94M, 90O, 93M;

372 R Saint-Fort (HAI), 88O, 99M, 90O, 95M;

382 L Barnouti (IRQ), 93O, 92M, 96O, 101M;

384 D Perez Ayo (GAB), 109O, 94M, 88O, 93M;

389 R Balyan (ARM), 84O, 108M, 97O, 100M;

434 A Saghatelyan (ARM), 103O, 122M, 101O, 108M;

WD R Manalo (GUM), 82M, 78O, 86O, WDM;

NC M Mitchell (RSA), 78M, WDO, 74O, 68M;

WD NC K Nakajima (JPN), WDM, WDO, 72M, 69O;

WD NC H Al-Hashimi (IRQ), 90O, 103M, WDO, 101M;

WD NC M Vaicius (LTU), 84O, WDM, 91O, 85M;