The biggest event in the Belarussian world of ringo – the 13th International Ringo Tournament in Minsk took place on November 8-9. This time a spacious and warm gym of Minsk Arena hosted players from 5 countries: Belarus, Germany, Kenia, Poland and Russia.
The disciplines played this year have already become habitual: single games and doubles in open category, among cadets and juniors were called to prove that there are no age limitations for becoming a lord of rings.
The first place among men in open category didn’t become a great sensation – Andrei Konan proved to be the best prevailing over Pavel Wangryn (Poland) and Vyacheslav Chuduk (Belarus) who despite the lowest position on the podium became the best Belarussian individual player of 2014.
As for winner’s cup in women’s category, the result here was also rather predictable – Natalia Kutasova, who became the best Belarussian individual and team player had no equal rivals, leaving behind Anna Yatsevich from Belarus and Paulina Wangrin from Poland.
The competition in doubles also was sharp and the games left no one indifferent towards sport battle. Andrei Konan and Igor Yaruta routed other contestants in open category winning another gold title. The latter, by the way, got the title of the best Belarussian team player among men. Family double of Pavel and Vyacheslav Chuduk (Belarus) did their best and occupied the second place, overcoming their compatriots Alexey Vorobyov and Timofey Nemytov.
Among women Natalia Kutasova and Inna Vilchinskaya did first-rate job showing the advantage over Paulina Wangryn and Alicia Godlevska (Poland) and Russian player Tatiana Sizeva who united her forces with Anna Yatsevich from Belarus.