|Most Valuable Players:
Asia North Metro - Tuan Tran Record 6-0
Asia South Metro - Tie between Muhammad Yasin and Keith Chan each with a 6-0 record
Tucson - Marc Quigley Record 5-1
USA - John Harrington Record 6-0
1st Place - Asia South Record of 33-21
2nd Place - USA Record of 32-22
3rd Place - Asia North Record of 25-29
4th Place - Tucson Record of 18-36
This tournament can be summarized as:
1. Competitive: Players are arranged at the same level
group that made most matches very competitive.
Competitions between teams are also competitive;
especially Asian South only got one match ahead to USA
to achieve Champion title.
2. Significant: We received tremendous responses to
participate this traditional far-reaching event. Given
limited time and space, four teams with 12 players max
in each team were fully signed up in advance!
3. Impressive: New ARCH Gym provides a brand new and
high quality conditions, including wood-floor, cold
A/C, Super lights and clean environment. And we have
again received our loyal sponsors such as STIGA, China
Sun and Hu-Gi Center.
Thank you again for your participating and supports!
Amoy Yang, Event Director
Wayne Johnson, Event Coordinator|
Medals waiting for the winners
Leo Lucas (left) against Gia Leu (right)
Amoy Yang (front) against Mankit Ma (back)
Control desk displaying banner of the club sponsor
Marc Quigley from Tucson
Robert Hallquist from Tucson (back) against Bernard Savitz (front)
Lucas/Savitz (left) against Shieh/Lai (right)
Gia Leu with Hao Phan in a doubles match
Robert Hallquist with Marc Quigley represent the Tucson team in a doubles match
Most valuable players
Champion Asia South Team
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