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Gstaad
1 to 1 energy Grand Slam
July 6-12, 2009
With two Brazilian women’s pairs on a SWATCH
FIVB World Tour podium for the fifth-time in the sea-
son, Talita and Antonelli captured their third inter-
national gold medal by winning the US$ 600,000
1to1energy Grand Slam.
Seeded second, Talita and Antonelli won in 58 min-
utes over third-seeded Brazilian rivals Juliana and
Larissa to share theUS$ 43,500 first-place prize. In
the bronze medal match, Nicole Branagh and Elaine
Youngs of the United States defeated Sanne Keizer
and Marleen Van Iersel of the Netherlands in 39 min-
utes.
Julius Brink and Jonas Reckermann became the first
team from Germany to win back-to-back SWATCH
FIVB World Tour events after defeating legendary
Brazilians Emanuel and Ricardo for the men’s gold
medal. Adrian Gavira Collado and Pablo Herrera of
Spain beat Reinder Nummerdor and Richard Schu-
il of the Netherlands in 57 minutes for the bronze
medal. 
Rk. Team
Country Points
Earnings
(US$)
1
Brink-Reckermann
GER
800
43,500
2
Ricardo-Emanuel
BRA
720
29,500
3
Herrera-Gavira
ESP
640
23,000
4
Nummerdor-Schuil
NED
560
18,400
5
Kolodinsky-Barsouk
RUS
480
13,200
Heyer-Heuscher
SUI
480
13,200
Laciga M.-Bellaguarda
SUI
480
13,200
Rogers-Dalhausser
USA
480
13,200
9
Gosch-Horst
AUT
320
8,000
Benjamin-Pedro
BRA
320
8,000
Harley-Alison
BRA
320
8,000
Kubala-Benes P.
CZE
320
8,000
Kais Kr.-Vesik
EST
320
8,000
Dugrip-Salvetti
FRA
320
8,000
Klemperer-Koreng
GER
320
8,000
Jennings-Fuerbringer
USA
320
8,000
17
Baracetti-Salema
ARG
160
5,100
Hoyer-Soderberg
DEN
160
5,100
Ces-Cès
FRA
160
5,100
Erdmann-Matysik
GER
160
5,100
Lochhead-Pitman
NZL
160
5,100
Babich-Mykhaylov
UKR
160
5,100
Gibb-Rosenthal
USA
160
5,100
Hernandez-Fañe
VEN
160
5,100
25
Doppler-Mellitzer
AUT
80
3,500
Wu-Yin
CHN
80
3,500
Xu-J. L. Li
CHN
80
3,500
Biza-Rotrekl
CZE
80
3,500
Samoilovs-Sorokins
LAT
80
3,500
Klimek-Prudel
POL
80
3,500
Gabathuler-Schnider
SUI
80
3,500
Brinkborg-Gunnarsson
SWE
80
3,500
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