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WOMEN
’S MAIN DRAW
Rk. Team
Country Points
Earnings
(US$)
1
Larissa-Juliana
BRA
600
30,000
2
Ross-Kessy
USA
540
21,000
3
Talita-Antonelli
BRA
480
15,000
4
Ana Paula-Shelda
BRA
420
11,200
5
Schwaiger-Schwaiger
AUT
360
9,100
Goller-Ludwig
GER
360
9,100
7
Van Iersel-Keizer
NED
300
7,600
Akers-Turner
USA
300
7,600
9
Montagnolli-Hansel
AUT
240
6,000
Van Breedam-Mouha
BEL
240
6,000
Banck-Günther
GER
240
6,000
Holtwick-Semmler
GER
240
6,000
13
Renata-Leão
BRA
180
4,250
Arvaniti-Tsiartsiani
GRE
180
4,250
Brzostek-Sowala
POL
180
4,250
Kuhn-Zumkehr
SUI
180
4,250
17
Klapalova-Petrova
CZE
120
2,800
Nystrom-Nystrom
FIN
120
2,800
Mullin-Dampney
GBR
120
2,800
Saka-Rtvelo
GEO
120
2,800
Pohl-Rau
GER
120
2,800
Gioria-Momoli
ITA
120
2,800
Minusa-Jursone
LAT
120
2,800
Remmers-Stiekema
NED
120
2,800
25
Hyttinen-Korhonen
FIN
60
2,000
Johns-Boulton
GBR
60
2,000
Maaseide-Kongshavn
NOR
60
2,000
Blundell-Scarlett
NZL
60
2,000
Boyko-Vasina
RUS
60
2,000
Forrer-Schmocker
SUI
60
2,000
Lundqvist-Ljungquist
SWE
60
2,000
Nilsson-Hansson
SWE
60
2,000
Led by a record-tying effort by Juliana and Larissa,
three women’s teams from Brazil placed on the po-
dium at the US$ 380,000 The Hague Open, with the
Netherlands playing host to its first-ever SWATCH
FIVB World Tour stop.
In beating compatriots Talita and Antonelli, Juliana
and Larissa tied the SWATCH FIVB World Tour re-
cord for most gold medals by either a men’s or wom-
en’s team in a season. It was their seventh success.
In the bronze medal match Vivian and Vieira beat
the Czech pair Lenka Hajeckova Felbabova and Sona
Novakova in 52 minutes.
Reinder Nummerdor and Richard Schuil became
only the fourth European men’s team to win back-
to-back titles in the 23-year history of the SWATCH
FIVB World Tour as the Dutchmen delighted the
home crowd to win the men’s gold medal by defeat-
ing reigning world champions Julius Brink and Jonas
Reckermann of Germany in a three-set finale.
The Hague
City of the Hague Open
August 24-30, 2009
Juliana and Larissa enjoy
their time
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