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posted Aug 20, 2011, 7:12 AM by Christine Lund   [ updated Apr 17, 2015, 5:51 AM ]

In August 2013 three best in men’s category were all from Finland. Longest throw was 97,73 metres and winner Riku Haverinen. Second longest throw was 87,88 metres by Ilkka Aaltonen. Third was Otto Sammalisto and his throw was 86,09 m.

Åsa Lundgren from Sweden was winner in women’s category. She threw the phone 40,41 metres just after few times practicing. Second was Louise Van De Ginste with a throw of 39.88 metres. Louise is a national winner from Belgium this summer. Third was Finnish Tanja Pakarinen with a throw of 36,69 metres.

Juniors threw phones really long this year. Winner was Juho Rusko with a throw of 39,67 metres. Second place winner was Aleksi Muukkonen 36,15 m and third Sami Virta 32,02 m.

Erika Vilpponen won Freestyle category this year. Circus bike brought victory to her and she scored the highest points from the jury. Second place went to Mikko Muttonen and third was Juuso Janhunen.

Victory in Freestyle Team category went to Team Lähtis. There were 3 men from Finland’s Lahti in the team: Kasper, Kim and  Kristian Lähteenmäki.





MEN

1.Riku Haverinen  97,73 m
2. Ilkka Aaltonen  87,88 m
3. Otto Sammalisto 86,09 m
4. Ere Karjalainen   84,55 m
5. Pauli Peltomäki  77,45 m
6. Oskari Heinonen 76,68 m
7. Dries Feremans  71,50 m
8. Joni Juvonen      60,05m
9. Marko Heikkilä   59,61 m
10. Joni Mattero    54,52 m


WOMEN
1. Åsa Lundgren (SWE)  40,41 m
2. Louise Van De Ginste (BEL) 39,88 m
3. Tanja Pakarinen 36,69 m
4. Jonna Mattero  36,61 m
5. Heidi Suhonen 35,55 m
6. Sanna Haikala 29,59 m
7. Raija Sivonen  23 m
8. Meri Spezialetti (USA) 20,83 m
 
Juniors
1. Juho Rusko 39,67 m
2. Aleksi Muukkonen 36,15 m
3. Sami Virta 32,02 m
4. Joonas Janhunen 31,92 m
5. Jesse Kähkö 30,17 m

Freestyle
1. Erika Vilpponen  18 points
2. Mikko Muttonen 16 points
3.Juuso Janhunen 13 points

 Team Freestyle
1. Team Lähtis 17 points
2. Team Reeperbahn  13 points
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