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Team
Country
1
Brzostek-Kolosinska
POL
2
Stiekema-Remmers
NED
3
Vozakova-Chaika
RUS
4
Bonnerova-Hermannova
CZE
5
Marcella-Fabi
BRA
Bieneck-Steinhauff
GER
van Gestel-Meppelink
NED
Machado-Ross
USA
9
Amanda Maltez-Júlia
BRA
Whitaker-Krizmanich
CAN
Kiens-Kulm
EST
Culav-Laboureur
GER
Menegatti-Allegretti
ITA
Martinez-Ramirez
MEX
Brunner-Heidrich
SUI
Dubovcova-Dudikova
SVK
17
Knöppel-Herndler
AUT
Florian-Bouza
ESP
19
Artacho-Sadler
AUS
Koljonen-Pekkarinen
FIN
Pause-Mollinger
FRA
Nelmes-Tinker
GBR
Smith-Grimson
GBR
Lehre-Pedersen
NOR
WOMEN
’S MAIN DRAW
There was double success for Poland at the 2009
SWATCH FIVB Junior World Championships in Black-
pool, England, the ninth edition of the event for play-
ers under 21 years old, with 36 men’s pairs and 33
women’s pairs representing 29 nations.
Monika Brzostek, 20, of Lodz, and Kinga Kolosinka, 19,
of Lublin beat the Dutch tandem of Danielle Remmers
and Michelle Stiekema from The Hague in three sets to
win the women’s gold medal, while 20-year-old Michal
Kadziola and Jakub Szalankiewicz overcame the chal-
lenge of Brazil’s Alvaro Filho and Vitor Felipe to take
the men’s title in straight sets.
In an exciting women’s bronze medal match Russia’s
Irina Chaika and Anna Vozakova came out on top
against Martina Bonnerova and Barbara Hermannova
of the Czech Republic in three sets.
And Russia’s fourth-seeded Sergey Kostyukhin and
Alexey Pastukhov came from behind to beat Germany’s
24th-seeded Armin Dollinger and Malte Stiel 13-21, 21-
18, 17-15 for the men’s bronze medal. 
Double delight
for Poland
2009 SWATCH FIVB Junior World Championships
Michal
Kadziola
celebrates
Gold medal winners: Jakub Szalankiewicz and Michal Kadziola of Poland
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