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2019 in sports describes the year's events in world sports. The main events were the 2019 Cricket World Cup, the 2019 Rugby World Cup, and the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup.

Calendar by monthEdit

Air sportsEdit

AerobaticsEdit

  • July 5 – 13: 2nd FAI World Intermediate Aerobatic Championship in Czech Republic Břeclav
    • Individual Overall: Ukraine Igor Chernov
    • Team Winner: Ukraine Ukraine
  • July 18 – 28: 10th FAI World Advanced Glider Aerobatic Championships Romania Deva
    • Individual Overall: Poland Patrycja Pacak
    • Team Winner: Romania Romania
  • July 18 – 28: 22nd FAI World Glider Aerobatic Championships Romania Deva
    • Individual Overall: Hungary Ferenc Toth
    • Team Winner: Germany Germany
  • July 18 – 28: 11th FAI European Advanced Aerobatic Championships Poland Torun
    • Individual Overall: France Nicolas Durin
    • Team Winner: France France
  • July 18 – 28: 11th FAI European Advanced Aerobatic Championships France Châteauroux
    • Individual Mixed Overall: France Louis Vanel
    • Individual Women's Overall: France Aude Lemordant
    • Individual Men's Overall: France Louis Vanel
    • Team Winner: France France

Air racingEdit

2019 Red Bull Air Race World Championship
  • February 8 & 9: Red Bull Air Race #1 in United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi
  • June 15 & 16: Red Bull Air Race #2 in Russia Kazan
    • Winner: Japan Yoshihide Muroya (Zivko Edge 540 V3)
    • Challenger winner: Hong Kong Kenni Chiang (Race 1) / Germany Florian Bergér (Race 2)
  • July 13 & 14: Red Bull Air Race #3 in Hungary Zamárdi
  • September 7 & 8: Red Bull Air Race #4 in Japan Makuhari (final)
    • Winner: Japan Yoshihide Muroya (Zivko Edge 540 V3)
    • Challenger races cancelled

AeromodellingEdit

  • March 17 – 23: 2019 FAI F3P World Championship for Indoor Aerobatic Model Aircraft in Greece Heraklion
    • F3P – (Indoor aerobatics) winner: Austria Gernot Bruckmann
    • Junior F3P – (Indoor aerobatics) winner: France Maxime Schmitt
    • F3 – Radio Controlled Flight winner: Lithuania Donatas Paužuolis
    • Junior F3 – Radio Controlled Flight winner: Austria Andreas Wildauer
  • June 2 – 9: 2019 FAI F1D European Championships for Free Flight Indoor Model Aircraft in Czech Republic Tachov
    • Senior winner: Slovakia Ivan Tréger
    • Junior winner: Ukraine Vladyslav Dziubak
    • Senior team winner:  Ukraine
    • Junior team winner:  Ukraine
  • October 17 – 22: 2019 FAI F1 World Championships for Free Flight Model Aircraft in United States Lost Hills
    • F1A Individual: Romania Constantin Brinzoi
    • F1A Individual: France Mickael Rigault
    • F1A Individual: United States Taron Malkhasyan
    • F1A Team:  Russia
    • F1A Team:  Israel
    • F1A Team:  Lithuania
    • Challenge France:  Poland

BallooningEdit

  • August 27 - September 1: Slovenian Open National Hot Air Balloon Championship 2019 in Slovenia Murska Sobota
    • Winners: 1st.United Kingdom Dominic Bareford; 2nd.United States John Petrehn; 3rd.Australia Matthew Scaife
  • September 9 – 14: 3rd Central European Cup Hungary Szeged
    • Winners: 1st.Austria Daniel Kusternigg; 2nd.Hungary Peter Molnar; 3rd.Russia Evgeny Chubarov
  • September 9 – 14: 1st Women European Cup Hungary Szeged
    • Winners: 1st.Russia Diana Nasonova; 2nd.Hungary Tita Becz; 3rd.Latvia Inga Ule
  • September 12 – 21: 63rd Coupe Aéronautique Gordon Bennett in France Montbéliard
    • Winners: 1st.Switzerland Laurent Sciboz / Nicolas Tieche; 2nd.Switzerland Kurt Frieden / Pascal Witpraechtiger; 3rd.France Vincent Leys / Christophe Houver
  • October 20 – 27: 21st FAI European Hot Air Balloon Championship in Spain Mallorca
    • Winners: 1st. Switzerland Stefan Zeberli 2nd.Switzerland Laurynas Komža 3rd.France Nicolas Schwartz

Drone racingEdit

FAI World Drone Masters
  • November 1 & 3: Jeonju FAI World Drone Masters (WCM #1) in South Korea Jeonju
    • Winners: 1st. South Korea MinChan Kim, 2nd. South Korea JaeJong Kim, 3rd. South Korea ChangHyeon Kang
2019 FAI Drone Racing World Cup
  • March 12: Race Of Drones Oulu (WCC #1) in Finland Oulu
    • Winners: 1st. Latvia Tomass Pētersons, 2nd. Norway Even Braaten, 3rd. Sweden Glen Bales
  • May 11 & 12: MajFlaj in North Macedonia (WCC #2) Skopje
    • Winners: 1st. North Macedonia Jakub Toman, 2nd. Czech Republic David Svoboda, 3rd. Serbia Aleksandar Stojanovic
  • May 31 – June 2: World Cup Drones FAI F9U El Yelmo (WCC #3) in Spain El Yelmo
    • Winners: 1st. France Killian Rousseau, 2nd. Spain Roberto Gomez Samaniego, 3rd. Russia Kirill Fedukovich
  • June 1 & 2: Seoul Drone Race World Cup (WCC #4) in South Korea Seoul
    • Winners: 1st. South Korea Beom Jin Choi, 2nd. South Korea Min Chan Kim, 3rd. South Korea Young Rok Son
  • June 15 & 16: World Cup Latvia Drone Racing (WCC #5) in Latvia Cēsis
    • Winners: 1st. Latvia Tomass Pētersons, 2nd. Latvia Oskars Raudins, 3rd. Czech Republic David Spacek
  • July 6 & 7: Partouche Drone Race World Cup (WCC #6) in France Forges-les-Eaux
    • Winners: 1st. France Killian Rousseau, 2nd. Poland Pawel Laszczak, 3rd. France Fabien Collobert
  • July 13 & 14: German Drone World Cup (WCC #7) in Germany Nördlingen
    • Winners: 1st. South Korea Sungju Park, 2nd. Germany Sven Keim, 3rd. Austria Bastian Hackl
  • July 20 & 21: Belgium FAI Drone Racing World Cup (WCC #8) in Belgium Gouy-lez-Piéton
    • Winners: 1st. France Killian Rouseau, 2nd. Belgium Victor Van Der Elst, 3rd. South Korea JoonWeon Choi
  • August 10 & 11: Belarus Drone Racing World Cup (WCC #9) in Belarus Minsk
    • Winners: 1st. Latvia Tomass Pētersons, 2nd. Lithuania Arminas Volskis, 3rd. South Korea JoonWeon Choi
  • August 17 & 18: Moscow Cup (WCC #10) in Russia Moscow
    • Winners: 1st. South Korea Seojun Kim, 2nd. Germany Vitaly Palianski, 3rd. South Korea SiYun Kim
  • August 17 & 18: German Drone Championship (WCC #11) in Germany Crailsheim
    • Winners: 1st. Germany Nick Nolte, 2nd. Czech Republic Lukas Lendvorsky, 3rd. Germany Sven-Kevin Keim
  • August 24 & 25: UK Drone Racing Open International (WCC #12) in United Kingdom Barkston Heath
    • Winners: 1st. United Kingdom Brett Collis, 2nd. United Kingdom Luke Wolferstan-Bannister, 3rd. United Kingdom Alfie Mitchell
  • September 7 & 8: F9U World Cup Italy (WCC #13) in Italy Modena
    • Winners: 1st. United Kingdom Sven-Kevin Keim, 2nd. Italy Emanuele Tomasello, 3rd. Italy Luisa Rizzo
  • September 13 – 15: EPFL Drone Racing Cup (WCC #14) in Switzerland Lausanne
    • Winners: 1st. Poland Pawel Laszczak, 2nd. France Trsitan Goin, 3rd. Finland Nikolas Widell
  • September 14 & 15: Mazovia Drone Racing (WCC #15) in Poland Warsaw
    • Winners: 1st. Latvia Tomass Pētersons, 2nd. Poland Michał Mrówczyński, 3rd. Ukraine Modest Ach
  • September 14 & 15: Pam Cup (WCC #16) in Bulgaria Plovdiv
    • Winners: 1st. North Macedonia Bojan Nikov, 2nd. North Macedonia Aleksandar Nikov, 3rd. Bulgaria Zlatko D. Radev
  • September 21 & 22: Daegu Drone Race World Cup (WCC #17) in South Korea Daegu
    • Winners: 1st. South Korea MinChan Kim, 2nd. China Michał Mrówczyński, 3rd. Ukraine Modest Ach
  • September 21 & 22: Lithuania Drone Racing World Cup (WCC #18) in Lithuania Vilnius
    • Winners: 1st. Latvia Karlis Gross, 2nd. Latvia Aleksis Arbergs, 3rd. Finland Aleksi Rastas
  • October 12 & 13: Phoenix Drone Racing (WCC #19) in North Macedonia Prilep
    • Winners: 1st. Czech Republic David Spacek, 2nd. Switzerland Michael Husarik, 3rd. Bulgaria Antoni Georgiev
  • October 25 & 27: Drone World Cup Carrefour Montequinto (WCC #20) in Spain Seville
    • Winners: 1st. Switzerland Michael Husarik, 2nd. Spain Christian Gavilán Gómez, 3rd. Finland Aleksi Rastas
  • November 1 & 2: Drone Tokyo 2019 Racing & Conference (WCC #21) in Japan Tokyo
    • Winners: 1st. Japan Takafumi Oka, 2nd. Japan Kazuki Kawada, 3rd. Japan Fuga Kamizeki
  • November 16 & 17: FAI Hong Kong Open Drone Racing Championship (World Cup) (WCC #21) in Hong Kong Hong Kong
    • Winners: 1st. South Korea SungJu Park, 2nd. Hong Kong Chow Ronnie, 3rd. Japan Ken Inoue
  • December 7 & 8: TIRT Drone Racing World Cup (WCC #22) in Chinese Taipei Taoyuan
    • Winners: 1st. South Korea SungJu Park, 2nd. Japan Ken Inoue, 3rd. Chinese Taipei Alexander Lea

General aviationEdit

  • June 10 – 16: 24th FAI World Precision Flying Championship in Spain Castellón de la Plana
    • Individual Winner: Poland Michal Wieczorek
    • Navigation Trophy: Poland Michal Wieczorek
    • Landing: Poland Jerzy Markiewicz
    • Team: Poland Polonia
    • Team Landing: Poland Polonia
    • Woman Best Pilot: France Adele Schramm
  • September 8 – 13: 2nd FAI World Air Navigation Race Championship in Portugal Santa Cruz
    • Winners: 1st. Poland Boleslaw Radomski & Dariusz Lechowski, 2nd. Spain Yuri Rabassa & Mauro Esteve, 3rd. France Adele Schramm & Alexis Fuchs

GlidingEdit

FAI WORLD AND CONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIPS (CAT.1)

  • May 11 – 25: 20th FAI European Gliding Championships in Poland Turbia
    • Open Class: 1st. Czech Republic Petr Tichý, 2nd. Italy Riccardo Brigliadori, 3rd. Germany Markus Frank
    • 18m Class: 1st. Poland Sebastian Kawa, 2nd. Poland Karol Staryszak, 3rd. Austria Wolfgang Janowitsch
    • 20m Multi-Seat Class: 1st. Poland Tomasz Rubaj & Christoph Matkowski, 2nd. United Kingdom Steve Jones & Garry Coppin, 3rd. Germany Uli Gmelin & Christine Grote
    • Team Cup: 1st.  France, 2nd.  Poland, 3rd.  United Kingdom
  • June 1 – 8: 9th FAI World Sailplane Grand Prix Championship in Spain Cerdanya
    • 1st: Germany Tilo Holighaus; 2nd: Poland Sebastian Kawa; 3rd: France Louis Bouderlique
  • July 6 – 21: 20th FAI European Gliding Championships in Slovakia Prievidza
    • Club: United Kingdom Tom Arscott
    • Standard: Czech Republic Pavel Louzecky
    • 15 metre: Poland Sebastian Kawa
    • Team Cup: Germany Germany
  • July 28 – 10: 11th FAI Junior World Gliding Championships in Hungary Szeged
    • Club: United Kingdom Jake Brattle
    • Standard: Germany Simon Schröder
    • Team Cup: Germany Deutscher Aero Club
  • July 28 – 10: 3rd FAI Pan-American Gliding Championshipin in Canada Rockton, Ontario
    • 15 Meter /Standard: Canada Luke Szczepaniak
    • 18 Meter: Canada Jerzy Szemplinski
    • Club: Argentina Carlos Iucci
    • Team Cup: Argentina Argentina
  • September 1 – 14: 3rd FAI World 13.5m Class Gliding Championship in Italy Pavullo nel Frignano
    • Meter 13 5: Italy Thomas Gostner
    • e-Glide: Slovenia Luka Znidarsic

ParachutingEdit

  • February 27 – March 2: 17th FAI World Para-Ski Championships in Czech Republic Vrchlabi
  • April 17 – 20: 3rd FAI World Indoor Skydiving Championships in France Lille
  • May 18 – 15: 14th FAI World Cup of Freefall Style and Accuracy Landing in Argentina Córdoba
  • August 12 – 15: 4th FAI World Cup of Speed Skydiving & 3rd FAI European Speed Skydiving Championship in United Kingdom Dunkeswell
    • Men's winner: Belgium Luc Maisin
    • Women's winner: Germany Lucy Lippold
    • Team winner: Germany Germany
  • August 17 – 20: 10th FAI World Cup of Canopy Formation & 8th FAI European Canopy Formation Championships in Romania Strejnic
    • Canopy Formation 2-way sequential winners: France France A
    • Canopy Formation 4-way sequential winners: Russia Russia 4W
  • August 23 – 30: 1st FAI European Wingsuit Flying Championship & 3rd FAI World Cup of Wingsuit Flying in Italy Ravenna
    • Wingsuit acrobatic flying winner: Switzerland Switzerland
    • Wingsuit performance flying winner: Russia Dmitry Podoryashy
  • October 7 – 12: 13th FAI World Cup of Artistic Events & 22nd FAI World Cup of Formation Skydiving in United States Eloy
  • October 18 – 29: 43rd CISM World Military Parachuting Championship in China Wuhan City
  • November 20 – 24: 10th FAI World Cup of Canopy Piloting in South Africa Pretoria

ParaglidingEdit

World Championships
  • September 8 – 18: 10th FAI World Paragliding Accuracy Championship in Serbia Vršac
    • Men's winner: China Yong Wu
    • Women's winner: South Korea Soyoung Cho
    • Team winner: Indonesia Indonesia
2019-20 Paragliding World Cup
  • May 25 – June 1: 2019 World Cup France (WC #1) in France Chamousset
    • Men's winner: France Charles Cazaux
    • Women's winner: France Méryl Delferriere
    • Teams winner: United Kingdom/France Ozone
    • Nations winner: France France
  • June 8 – 15: 2019 World Cup China (WC #2) in China Linzhou
    • Men's winner: France Baptiste Lambert
    • Women's winner: France Méryl Delferriere
    • Team's winner: Switzerland/United Kingdom/Czech Republic Gin Gliders
    • Nation's winner: France France
  • June 29 – July 6: 2019 World Cup Portugal (WC #3) in Portugal Manteigas
    • Men's winner: France Honorin Hamard
    • Women's winner: France Constance Mettetal
    • Team's winner: Germany/France/Brazil Ozone
    • Nation's winner: France France
  • September 7 – 14: 2019 World Cup Brazil (WC #4) in Brazil Pico do Gavião
    • Men's winner: France Baptiste Lambert
    • Women's winner: Brazil Marcella Pomarico Uchoa
    • Team's winner: France/Germany/Poland Kortel Design
    • Nation's winner: Brazil Brazil
  • November 9 – 16: 2019 World Cup Argentina (WC #5) in Argentina Loma Bola
    • Men's winner: Serbia Jurij Vidic
    • Women's winner: Hungary Adel Honti
    • Team's winner: Switzerland/United Kingdom/Czech Republic Gin Gilders
    • Nation's winner: France France
  • March 24 – April 4, 2020: 2019 World Cup Superfinal in Brazil Castelo

Para-SkiEdit

2019 Para-Ski World Cup
  • January 25 – 27: WC #1 in Switzerland Disentis[1]
    • Winners: Austria Sebastian Graser (m) / Austria Magdalena Schwertl (f)
    • Juniors winner: Austria Sebastian Graser
    • Masters winner: Germany Reinhold Haibel
    • Teams winners: Austria HSV Red Bull Salzburg 1 (Sebastian Graser, Manuel Sulzbacher, Anton Gruber, Magdalena Schwertl)
    • Ski winners: Austria Sebastian Graser (m) / Austria Magdalena Schwertl (f)
  • February 8 – 10: WC #2 in Italy Ponte di Legno[2]
    • Winners: Italy Marco Valente (m) / Austria Magdalena Schwertl (f)
    • Juniors winner: Austria Manuel Sulzbacher
    • Masters winner: Italy Marco Valente
    • Teams winners: Austria HSV Red Bull Salzburg 1 (Sebastian Graser, Manuel Sulzbacher, Anton Gruber, Magdalena Schwertl)
    • Ski winners: Austria Sebastian Graser (m) / Austria Magdalena Schwertl (f)
    • Accuracy winners: Austria Alic Gernot (m) / Austria Magdalena Schwertl (f)
  • February 15 – 17: WC #3 in Austria Bad Leonfelden
    • Winners: Austria Sebastian Graser (m) / Austria Magdalena Schwertl (f)
    • Juniors winner: Austria Sebastian Graser
    • Masters winner: Germany Reinhold Haibel
    • Teams winners: Austria HSV Red Bull Salzburg 1 (Sebastian Graser, Manuel Sulzbacher, Julia Schosser, Magdalena Schwertl)
    • Ski winners: Austria Sebastian Graser (m) / Austria Magdalena Schwertl (f)
  • February 27 – March 2: 17th FAI World Para-Ski Championships in Czech Republic Vrchlabí (part of World Cup)
    • Winners: Austria Sebastian Graser (m) / Austria Magdalena Schwertl (f)
    • Juniors Mixed winner: Austria Sebastian Graser
    • Masters Mixed winner: Austria Thomas Saurer
    • Women's Para-Ski Teams winner:  Austria
    • Mixed Para-Ski Teams winner:  Austria

Alpine skiingEdit

American footballEdit

AquaticsEdit

ArcheryEdit

2018–19 Indoor Archery World SeriesEdit

  • Note: This is the inaugural set of indoor archery events that replaced the World Cup.
  • November 23 – 25, 2018: 2018 GT Open in Luxembourg Strassen[3]
    • Recurve winners: Netherlands Steve Wijler (m) / United States Casey Kaufhold (f)
    • Compound winners: Croatia Domagoj Buden (m) / Slovenia Toja Ellison (f)
  • December 1 & 2, 2018: 2018 Macau Indoor Archery Open in  Macau[4]
  • December 14 – 16, 2018: 2018 Roma Archery Trophy in Italy Rome[5]
    • Recurve winners: Canada Crispin Duenas (m) / South Korea KIM Su-rin (f)
    • Compound winners: United States Braden Gellenthien (m) / United States Alexis Ruiz (f)
    • Junior Recurve winners: Italy Matteo Canovai (m) / Ukraine Olha Shubkina (f)
    • Junior Compound winners: Finland Kalle Numminen (m) / United States Faith Miller (f)
  • January 18 – 20: 2019 Nîmes Archery Tournament in  France[6]
    • Recurve winners: South Korea Lee Seung-yun (m) / South Korea KANG Chae-young (f)
    • Compound winners: United States Braden Gellenthien (m) / Germany Janine Meissner (f)
    • Junior Recurve winners: France Jules Vautrin (m) / Italy Aiko Rolando (f)
    • Junior Compound winners: United States Carson Sapp (m) / United States Faith Miller (f)
  • February 7 – 9: 2019 Vegas Shoot in United States Las Vegas[7]
    • Recurve winners: South Korea MIN Byeong-yeon (m) / South Korea SIM Ye-ji (f)
    • Compound winners: Denmark Stephan Hansen (m) / South Korea SO Chae-won (f)
  • February 8: 2019 Indoor Archery World Series Final in United States Las Vegas[8]
    • Recurve winners: Netherlands Steve Wijler (m) / South Korea SIM Ye-ji (f)
    • Compound winners: United States Kris Schaff (m) / Russia Viktoria Balzhanova (f)

2019 Archery World Cup & Championship eventsEdit

2019 European Archery eventsEdit

  • February 26 – March 2: 2019 European Indoor Archery Championships in Turkey Samsun[17]
    • Senior Recurve winners: Italy Mandia Massimiliano (m) / Russia Sayana Tsyrempilova (f)
    • Senior Compound winners: Netherlands Mike Schloesser (m) / Turkey Gizem Elmaagacli (f)
    • Junior Recurve winners: Ukraine Ivan Kozhokar (m) / Ukraine Zhanna Naumova (f)
    • Junior Compound winners: Estonia Robin Jaatma (m) / Italy Elisa Roner (f)
    • Senior Team Recurve winners:  Russia (m) /  Russia (f)
    • Senior Team Compound winners:  France (m) /  Russia (f)
    • Junior Team Recurve winners:  Turkey (m) /  Russia (f)
    • Junior Team Compound winners:  Turkey (m) /  Italy (f)
  • April 9 – 13: European Grand Prix & Quota Tournament for Minsk European Games in Romania Bucharest[18]
    • Recurve winners: Netherlands Steve Wijler (m) / Belarus Karyna Kazlouskaya (f)
    • Compound winners: Italy Valerio della Stua (m) / Croatia Amanda Mlinaric (f)
    • QT Recurve winners: Slovakia Vladimir Hurban Jr. (m) / Romania Beatrice Miklos (f)
    • QT Compound winners: United Kingdom Adam Ravenscroft (m) / Germany Janine Meissner (f)
    • Men's Team Recurve winners:  Netherlands (Sjef van den Berg, Rick van der Ven, & Steve Wijler)
    • Women's Team Recurve winners:  Germany (Michelle Kroppen, Elena Richter, & Lisa Unruh)
    • Mixed Team Recurve winners:  Italy (Elena Tonetta & Federico Musolesi)
    • Men's Team Compound winners:  Germany (Sebastian Hamdorf, Leon Hollas, & Marcel Trachsel)
    • Women's Team Compound winners:  Estonia (Emily Hõim, Lisell Jäätma, & Meeri-Marita Paas)
    • Mixed Team Compound winners:  Great Britain (Layla Annison & Stuart Taylor)
    • CQ Men's Team winners:  Netherlands (Sjef van den Berg, Rick van der Ven, & Steve Wijler)
    • CQ Women's Team winners:  Denmark (Randi Degn, Maja Jager, & Anne Marie Laursen)
  • April 28 – May 5: Para-Archery European Cup – 1st leg in Italy Olbia
    • For detailed results, click here
  • May 13–18: European Youth Cup – 1st leg in Slovenia Čatež ob Savi
    • For detailed results, click here
  • June 23–29: Archery at the 2019 European Games in Belarus Minsk
    • Recurve winners: Italy Mauro Nespoli (m) / Italy Tatiana Andreoli (f)
    • Compound winners: Netherlands Mike Schloesser (m) / Slovenia Toja Ellison (f)
    • Team Recurve winners:  France (m) /  United Kingdom (f)
    • Mixed winners:  Italy (Recurve) /  Russia (Compound)
  • July 6–14: Para-Archery European Cup – 2nd leg in Czech Republic Nové Město na Moravě
    • For detailed results, click here
  • July 15–20: European Youth Cup – 2nd leg in Romania Bucharest
    • For detailed results, click here
  • September 14–15: European Club Teams Cup in Slovenia Čatež ob Savi
    • Winners: France Archers de Rennes (m) / France Les Archeres Riomois (f)
  • September 30 – October 5: European Archery Field Championships in Slovenia Mokrice Castle
    • For detailed results, click here

2019 Asian Archery eventsEdit

  • February 13 – 16: IWAS World Games 2019 (Archery) in United Arab Emirates Sharjah
    • Recurve winners: Thailand Netsiri Manreuchai (m) / India Pooja (f)
    • Men's Compound winner: South Korea Lee Ouk Soo
    • Men's W1 winner: South Korea Park Hong Jo
  • February 22 – 27: 3rd ISSF International Solidarity World Ranking Archery Championships in Bangladesh Dhaka
    • Recurve winners: Thailand Denchai Thepna (m) / Bangladesh Diya Siddique (f)
    • Compound winners: Chinese Taipei Chen Chieh-Lun (m) / India . Pragati (f)
    • Recurve Teams winners:  India (Bishal Changmai, Hooda Paras, Karni Singh Chauhan) (m) /  Iran (Parmida Ghassemi, Shiva Shojamehr, Niloofar Alipour) (f)
    • Compound Teams winners:  India (Chahal Ritik, Jawkar Prathamesh Samadhan, Vidyarthi Chirag) (m) /  Bangladesh (Shamoli Ray, Susmita Banik, Bonna Akhter) (f)
    • Mixed Teams winners:  Germany (Kristina Berger & Marcel Trachsel) (Compound) /  India (Hooda Paras & Komalika Bari) (Recurve)
  • March 24 – 30: International Archery Tournament “Kuralai” in Kazakhstan Shymkent
    • Recurve winners: Kazakhstan Mansur Alimbaev (m) / Tajikistan Mavzuna Azimova (f)
    • Junior Recurve winners: Kazakhstan Andrey Kuzmin (m) / Kazakhstan Anastasia Shapovalova (f)
    • Compound winners: Kazakhstan Zhomart Bektursyn (m) / Kazakhstan Zarema Edige (f)
    • Recurve Mixed Team winners:  Kazakhstan (Zaure Sansyzbay & Mansur Alimbaev)
    • Mixed Junior Recurve Team winners:  Kazakhstan (Alma Kalibayeva & Daniyar Boztayev)
    • Mixed Compound Team winners:  Kazakhstan (Aidana Mukhtarhanova & Islam Djanibekov)
  • March 24 – 31: 2019 Asia Cup-World Ranking Tournament in Thailand Bangkok
    • Recurve winners: Kazakhstan Ilfat Abdullin (m) / China Zheng Yichai (f)
    • Compound winners: Iran Mohammadsaleh Palizban (m) / India Muskan Kirar (f)
    • Recurve Team winners:  China (Ding Yiliang, Hao Feng, Li Jialun) (m) /  China (An Qixuan, Meng Fanxu, Zheng Yichai)
    • Compound Team winners:  India (. Vikas, Siddhant Gupta, Vedant Wankhade) (m) /  Malaysia (Nur Aina Yasmine Halim, Fatin Nurfatehah Mat Salleh, Nurul Syazhera Mohd Asmi) (f)
    • Recurve Mixed winners:  India (Ankita Bhakat & Yashdeep Bhoge)
    • Compound Mixed winners:  Iran (Seyedeh-Vida Halimianavval & Mohammadsaleh Palizban)
  • April 10 – 16: 5th Fazza Para Archery World Ranking Tournament in United Arab Emirates Dubai
  • July 11 – 18: Tokyo 2020 Test Event in Japan Tokyo
    •  South Korea won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • July 20 – 21: Interport Indoor Archery Open in  Hong Kong
    • Recurve winners: China He Ying (m) / Iraq Almashhadani Fatimah Saad Mahmood (f)
    • Compound winners: Hong Kong Chu Chung Kong (m) / Hong Kong Poon Yee Tung (f)
  • July 22 – 25: Asian Youth Indoor Archery Open in  Hong Kong Winners:  Hong Kong (Fischer Dylan Wei Ying, Yiu Ngo Him Jasper, Leung Ngo Kiu, Wu Shi Yan)
  • August 1 – 7: 2019 Asia Cup – World Ranking Tournament in Chinese Taipei Taipei
    • For detailed results, click here
  • October 17 – 24: 2019 Asian Para Archery Championships in Thailand Bangkok
    •  China won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • November 22 – 28: 2019 Asian Archery Championships in Thailand Bangkok
    •  South Korea won both the gold and overall medal tallies.

2019 African Archery eventsEdit

  • August 5 – 18: Grand Prix de Côte d'Ivoire in Ivory Coast Abidjan
    •  Ivory Coast won both the gold and overall medal tallies.

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2019 Little League Baseball World SeriesEdit

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FIBA World Cup EventsEdit

2019 FIBA 3x3 World TourEdit

  • April 18 & 19: 3x3 WT #1 in Qatar Doha[34]
    • Team Latvia Riga Ghetto defeated Team Serbia Liman, 15–14, to win their first World Tour event this year.
  • June 1 & 2: 3x3 WT #2 in China Chengdu[35]
    • Team Serbia Novi Sad defeated Team Latvia Riga, 21–14, to win their first World Tour event this year.
  • July 6 & 7: 3x3 WT #3 in Mexico Mexico City[36]
    • Team Serbia Novi Sad defeated Team United States NY Harlem, 21–11, to win their second World Tour event this year.
  • July 20 & 21: 3x3 WT #4 in Canada Saskatoon[37]
    • Team Slovenia Piran defeated Team Serbia Vrbas, 21–14, to win their first World Tour event this year.
  • August 3 & 4: 3x3 WT #5 in Czech Republic Prague[38]
    • Team Latvia Riga Ghetto defeated Team United States Princeton, 21–12, to win their second World Tour event this year.
  • August 23 & 24: 3x3 WT #6 in Switzerland Lausanne[39]
    • Team United States NY Harlem defeated Team United States Princeton, 21–15, to win their first World Tour event this year.
  • August 27 & 28: 3x3 WT #7 in Hungary Debrecen[40]
    • Team Serbia Liman defeated Team Latvia Riga Ghetto, 21–18, to win their first World Tour event this year.
  • September 7 & 8: 3x3 WT #8 in Canada Montreal[41]
    • Team Lithuania Šakiai Gulbelė defeated Team Canada Edmonton, 21–14, to win their first World Tour event this year.
  • September 21 & 22: 3x3 WT #9 in United States Los Angeles[42]
    • Team United States Princeton defeated Team Serbia Liman, 16–11, to win their first World Tour event this year.
  • October 12 & 13: 3x3 WT #10 in China Nanjing[43]
    • Team Canada Edmonton defeated Team Lithuania Šakiai Gulbelė, 21–17, to win their first World Tour event this year.
  • October 18 & 19: 3x3 WT #11 in Saudi Arabia Jeddah[44]
    • Team Latvia Riga Ghetto defeated Team Serbia Liman, 21–18, to win their third World Tour event this year.
  • November 2 & 3: 3x3 WT #12 (final) in Japan Utsunomiya[45]
    • Team Serbia Novi Sad defeated Team United States Princeton, 21–17, to win their third World Tour event this year.

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Asian events
  • April 17 – 25: 20th Asian Youth Tenpin Bowling Championships in Malaysia Kuching
    •  Singapore won both gold and overall medal tallies.
  • July 6 – 12: 20th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships in  Hong Kong
    •  Japan won both gold and overall medal tallies.
  • October 20 – 30: 25th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships in  Kuwait
  • November 12 – 20: 33rd Asian Intercity Bowling Championships in Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City

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World EventsEdit

  • February 1 – August 1: 7th FIDE World Cup in Composing
  • March 4 – 15: 2019 World Team Chess Championship in Kazakhstan Astana[95]
  • April 15 – 25: World Senior Team Championships 50+ & 65+ in Greece Rhodes
  • April 17 – 27: World School Individual Championships in Turkey Antalya
    • U7 winners: India Dolas Aarush (b) / Kazakhstan Amanzhol Khanzada (g)
    • U9 winners: Uzbekistan Begmuratov Khumoyun (b) / Kazakhstan Kaliakhmet Elnaz (g)
    • U11 winners: Belarus Silich Yahor (b) / Mongolia Enkhrii Enkh-Amgalan (g)
    • U13 winners: Turkey Camlar Arda (b) / Mongolia Bayasgalan Khishigbaatar (g)
    • U15 winners: Uzbekistan Sindarov Javokhir (b) / Kazakhstan Nurgali Nazerke (g)
    • U17 winners: Uzbekistan Yakubboev Nodirbek (b) / Mongolia Ulziikhishigjargal Ochirkhuyag (g)
  • May 29 – June 19: Women's Candidates Tournament in Russia Kazan
    • Winners: 1st. Russia Aleksandra Goryachkina, 2nd. Ukraine Anna Muzychuk, 3rd. Russia Kateryna Lagno
  • June 29 – July 7: World Amateur Championship in Mexico Mexico City
    • U1700 winners: Mexico Jose Gua Cordova Valdivia (m) / Russia Kseniya Meremyanina
    • U2000 winner: Kyrgyzstan Islam Baisynov
    • U2300 winner: Peru Elias Renzo Gutierrez Medina
  • July 9 – 15: 3rd World Junior Chess Championship for the Disabled 2019 in United States Cherry Hill
    • Winners: 1st Russia Ilia Liplin, 2nd. India Samarth Jagadish Rao, 3rd. Russia Maksim Petrov
  • August 15 – 19: World Cadet U8, U10, U12 Rapid & Blitz Chess Championships in Belarus Minsk
  • August 20 – September 2: World Cadet U8, 10, 12 Chess Championship in China Weifang
  • September 9 – October 2: World Cup 2019 in Russia Khanti-Mansiysk
  • September 10 – 14: World Youth U14, U16, U18 Rapid & Blitz Chess Championships in Spain Salobrena
  • October 1 – 13: World Youth U14, 16, 18 Chess Championship in India Mumbai
  • October 14 – 26: World Junior and Girls U20 Chess Championship in India New Delhi
  • October 28 – November 6: World Youth U-16 Chess Olympiad in Turkey Çorum
  • November 11 – 24: World Senior Championship in Romania Bucharest
  • November 26 – December 4: 1st FIDE World Disabled Cadet and Youth Chess Championships 2019 in Wales Cardiff (debut event)

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Grand Slam
  • March 16 & 17: GS #1 in Romania Bucharest
  • June 1 & 2: GS #2 in Chinese Taipei Taipei
    • Adult Latin winners: Russia Armen Tsaturyan & Svetlana Gudyno
    • Adult Standard winners: Lithuania Evaldas Sodeika & Ieva Žukauskaitė
  • July 13 & 14: GS #3 in Italy Rimini
    • Adult Latin winners: Russia Armen Tsaturyan & Svetlana Gudyno
    • Adult Standard winners: Lithuania Evaldas Sodeika & Ieva Žukauskaitė
  • August 15 & 16: GS #4 in Germany Stuttgart
  • October 25 & 26: GS #5 in Russia Moscow Region
  • December 7 & 8: GS #6 in China Shanghai (final)
Grand Prix
  • March 10: WDSF PD Super Grand Prix in Japan Tokyo
    • Adult Standard winners: Moldova Nikolay Darin & Natalia Seredina
  • March 23 & 24: WDSF PD Super Grand Prix in Italy Pieve di Cento
    • Adult Latin winners: Moldova Gabriele Goffredo & Anna Matus
    • Adult Standard winners: Denmark Bjorn Bitsch & Ashli Williamson
World Open
  • January 12 & 13: WO #1 in Spain Benidorm
  • January 19: WO #2 in Italy Montecatini Terme
  • January 26: WO #3 in Germany Pforzheim
    • Adult Latin winners: Germany Marius-Andrei Balan & Kristina Moshenska
  • February 9 & 10: WO #4 in Belgium Antwerp
    • Adult Latin winners: Russia Anton Aldaev & Natalia Polukhina
    • Adult Standard winners: Russia Evgeny Nikitin & Anastasia Miliutina
  • February 23: WO #5 in Portugal Lisbon
    • Adult Latin winners: Estonia Konstantin Gorodilov & Dominika Bergmannova
  • March 9: WO #6 in Czech Republic Brno
    • Adult Standard winners: Czech Republic David Odstrčil & Tara Bohak
  • March 9 & 10: WO #7 in Ukraine Kyiv
    • Adult Latin winners: Germany Marius-Andrei Balan & Kristina Moshenska
    • Adult Standard winners: Estonia Madis Abel & Aleksandra Galkina
  • March 10: WO #8 in Japan Tokyo
    • Adult Standard winners: Italy Francesco Galuppo & Debora Pacini
  • March 23 & 24: WO #9 in Italy Pieve di Cento
    • Adult Latin winners: Russia Armen Tsaturyan & Svetlana Gudyno
    • Adult Standard winners: Italy Francesco Galuppo & Debora Pacini
  • March 30: WO #10 in North Macedonia Skopje
    • Adult Latin winners: Bosnia and Herzegovina Giacomo Lazzarini & Michelle Nazarenus
    • Adult Standard winners: Latvia Vadim Shurin & Anastasia Meshkova
  • April 6 & 7: WO #11 in Russia Moscow
    • Adult Latin winners: Russia Armen Tsaturyan & Svetlana Gudyno
    • Adult Standard winners: Russia Evgeny Moshenin & Dana Spitsyna
  • April 13 & 14: WO #12 in Cyprus Paphos
    • Adult Latin winners: Bosnia and Herzegovina Giacomo Lazzarini & Michelle Nazarenus
    • Adult Standard winners: Cyprus Daniil Ulanov & Kateryna Isakovych
  • April 19: WO #13 in Germany Berlin
    • Adult Standard winners: Estonia Madis Abel & Aleksandra Galkina
  • April 20 & 21: WO #14 in Spain Cambrils
    • Adult Latin winners: Germany Timur Imametdinov & Nina Bezzubova
    • Adult Standard winners: Latvia Edgars Linis & Eliza Ancane
  • May 4 & 5: WO #15 in Denmark Copenhagen
    • Adult Latin winners: Estonia Konstantin Gorodilov & Dominika Bergmannova
    • Adult Standard winners: Denmark Dmitri Kolobov & Signe Busk
  • May 5: WO #16 in China Shijiazhuang
    • Adult Latin winners: Russia Armen Tsaturyan & Svetlana Gudyno
    • Adult Standard winners: Lithuania Evaldas Sodeika & Ieva Zukauskaite
  • May 18: WO #17 in Armenia Yerevan
    • Adult Latin winners: Russia Armen Tsaturyan & Svetlana Gudyno
  • May 25: WO #18 in France Paris
    • Adult Standard winners: Estonia Madis Abel & Aleksandra Galkina
  • June 1: WO #19 in Hungary Szombathely
    • Adult Latin winners: Romania Miculescu Ionut Alexandru & Pacurar Andra
  • June 15: WO #20 in Portugal Vila do Conde
    • Adult Latin winners: Russia Semen Khrzhanovskiy & Elizaveta Lykhina
  • June 15 & 16: WO #21 in Albania Tirana
    • Adult Latin winners: Romania Miculescu Ionut Alexandru & Pacurar Andra
    • Adult Standard winners: Slovakia Matteo Cicchitti & Simona Brecikova
  • June 27 – 29: WO #22 in Russia Sochi
    • Adult Latin winners: Russia Armen Tsaturyan & Svetlana Gudyno
    • Adult Standard winners: Russia Evgeny Moshenin & Dana Spitsyna
  • July 6 & 7: WO #23 in Germany Wuppertal
    • Adult Latin winners: Germany Marius-Andrei Balan & Khrystyna Moshenska
    • Adult Standard winners: Estonia Madis Abel & Aleksandra Galkina
  • July 21: WO #24 in China Dalian
    • Adult Latin winners: Russia Armen Tsaturyan & Svetlana Gudyno
    • Adult Standard winners: Italy Francesco Galuppo & Debora Pacini
  • August 30 & 31: WO #25 in Thailand Bangkok
  • September 14 & 15: WO #26 in Czech Republic Prague
  • September 21 & 22: WO #27 in Slovakia Bratislava
  • October 5: WO #28 in Czech Republic Ostrava
  • October 12 & 13: WO #29 in Poland Elblag
  • October 19 & 20: WO #30 in Netherlands Amsterdam
  • October 19 & 20: WO #31 in Ukraine Kyiv
  • November 2 & 3: WO #32 in Romania Sibiu
  • November 9 & 10: WO #33 in Poland Warsaw
  • November 23: WO #34 in Estonia Tallinn
  • November 30: WO #35 in Lithuania Vilnius
  • November 30 & December 1: WO #36 in Slovenia Maribor
  • December 14 & 15: WO #37 in Cyprus Paphos
  • December 14 & 15: WO #38 in Latvia Riga (final)
International competitions
  • February 8: WDSF World Championship (Senior IV Standard) in Belgium Antwerp
    • 1st place: Italy Luciano Ceruti & Rosa Nuccia Cappello
    • 2nd place: Italy Renato Sibillo & Anna Cartini
    • 3rd place: Italy Vittorio Guida & Fortuna Canta
  • April 20: WDSF World Championship (Senior I Standard) in Germany Berlin
    • 1st place: Russia Dmitry Vorobiev & Oxana Skripnik
    • 2nd place: Germany Fabian Wendt & Anne Steinmann
    • 3rd place: France Corentin Normand & Laura Lozingue
  • April 20: WDSF European Championship (Youth Latin) in Moldova Chișinău
    • 1st place: Moldova Vladislav Untu & Polina Baryshnikova
    • 2nd place: Russia German Pugachev & Ariadna Tishova
    • 3rd place: Czech Republic Marian Hlavac & Tereza Maturova

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Major World events
  • May 6 – 11: WFDF 2019 European Beach Ultimate Championships in Portugal Portimão
  • June 13 – 16: WFDF 2019 Asia Oceanic Beach Ultimate Championships in Japan Shirahama
  • June 29 – July 6: EUF 2019 European Ultimate Championship in Hungary Győr
  • June 14 – 17: WFDF 2019 All Africa Ultimate Championships in South Africa Johannesburg
    • In the final, South Africa UCT Flying Tigers defeated South Africa Ghost Ultimate, 12–7.
    • South Africa Catch-22 won the Spirit of the Game.
  • July 13 – 20: WFDF 2019 World Under 24 Ultimate Championships in Germany Heidelberg
  • July 23 – 27: WFDF 2019 Asia Oceanic Ultimate & Guts Championships in China Shanghai
  • August 21 – 24: WFDF 2019 World Team Disc Golf Championships in Estonia Ida-Viru
  • November 3 – 8: WFDF 2019 Pan American Ultimate Championships in United States Sarasota

Disc Golf Pro TourEdit

  • February 28 – March 2: Memorial Championship in Arizona Scottsdale
  • March 14 – 17: Waco Annual Charity Open in Texas Waco
  • April 12 – 14: Jonesboro Open in Arkansas Jonesboro
    • Winners: United States Paul McBeth (m) / United States Page Pierce (f)
  • June 21 – 23: Discraft Ledgestone Insurance Open in Illinois Eureka
    • Winners: United States Paul McBeth (m) / United States Page Pierce (f)
  • July 26 – 28: Idlewild Open in Kentucky Burlington
  • August 29 – September 1: MVP Open at Maple Hill in Massachusetts Leicester

PDGA Major EventsEdit

  • March 27 – 30: National Collegiate Disc Golf Championship in Georgia (U.S. state) Appling
  • April 11 – 14: 2019 PDGA Amateur World Doubles Championships in Texas Mount Vernon
    • Advanced winners: Texas Jeff Plaisance & Jacob Horning (m) / Texas Mary Lippa & Amber Horsley (f)
    • Amateur Masters 40+ winners: Texas Kenneth Reagan & California Doug LaRhette
    • Amateur Masters 50+ winners: Florida Trevor Toenjes & Ben Champion
    • Amateur Masters 60+ winners: Texas Fred Needham & Michael England
    • Intermediate winners: Texas Ivan Torres & Salvador Robles
  • June 7 – 9: 2019 PDGA United States Amateur Disc Golf Championship in Michigan Milford
    • Advanced winner: Michigan Kyle Klein
  • June 22 – 29: 2019 PDGA Professional Masters Disc Golf World Championships in Vermont Jeffersonville
    • Pro Masters 40+ winners: Georgia (U.S. state) David Feldberg (m) / North Carolina Elaine King (f)
    • Pro Masters 50+ winner: Oklahoma Ron Convers
    • Pro Masters 55+ winners: Oklahoma Mitch McClellan (m) / Florida Pam(ouflage) Reineke (f)
    • Pro Masters 60+ winners: Kentucky David L. Greenwell (m) / Nevada Laurie Cloyes-Chupa (f)
    • Pro Masters 65+ winner: West Virginia Johnny Sias
    • Pro Masters 70+ winner: Kentucky Dr. Rick Voakes
    • Pro Masters 75+ winner: Georgia (U.S. state) Pete May
    • Pro Masters 80+ winner: Virginia Carlos Rigby
  • July 9 – 13: 2019 PDGA Junior Disc Golf World Championships in Kansas Emporia
    • Junior ≤U18 winners: Kentucky Zach Arlinghaus (b) / Texas Melody Castruita (g)
    • Junior ≤15 winners: Iowa Gannon Buhr (b) / South Carolina Hope C. Brown (g)
    • Junior ≤12 winners: New Mexico Kolby Sanchez (b) / Texas Haley Castruita (g)
    • Junior ≤10 winners: Connecticut Wyatt Mahoney (b) / Texas Zoey Lynn Martinez (g)
    • Junior ≤8 winner: Michigan Kaidin Bell
  • July 18 – 21: European Open in Finland Nokia
  • July 20 – 27: 2019 PDGA Amateur Disc Golf World Championships in Pennsylvania York
  • August 10 – 17: 2019 PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championships in Illinois Peoria
  • September 5 – 8: 2019 PDGA Tim Selinske US Masters in Massachusetts Leicester
  • September 19 – 22: 2019 United States Women's Disc Golf Championships in Virginia Spotsylvania
  • October 2 – 5: United States Disc Golf Championship in South Carolina Rock Hill

2019 USA National Tour EventsEdit

  • February 21 – 24: Las Vegas Challenge in Nevada Henderson
    • Winners: Florida Calvin Heimburg (m) / Kansas Paige Bjerkaas & Minnesota Catrina Allen (f)
  • April 24 – 27: Dynamic Discs Glass Blown Open in Kansas Emporia
    • Winners: California Paul McBeth (m) / Minnesota Catrina Allen (f)
  • May 17 – 19: Santa Cruz Masters Cup in California Santa Cruz
    • Winners: California Garrett Gurthie (m) / Minnesota Catrina Allen (f)
  • June 7 – 9: Beaver State Fling in Oregon Estacada
    • Winners: Colorado Eagle Wynne McMahon (m) / Texas Paige Pierce (f)
  • August 23 – 25: Delaware Disc Golf Challenge in Delaware Newark
  • October 11 – 13: The Ed Headrick Disc Golf Hall of Fame Classic in Georgia (U.S. state) Appling

2019 European TourEdit

  • April 20 & 21: ET#1 – Dutch Open in Netherlands Rijswijk
    • Winners: Austria Stanislaus Amann (m) / Estonia Kristin Tattar (f)
    • Pro Masters 40+ winner: Denmark Thomas Rasmussen
    • Pro Masters 50+ winner: France Mehdi Boukarabila
    • Pro Masters 60+ winner: Switzerland Paul Francz
    • Advanced winner: Germany Michael Faber
  • May 3 – 5: ET#2 – Bluebell Woods Open in United Kingdom Dunbar
    • Winners: Estonia Silver Lätt (m) / Estonia Kristin Tattar (f)
    • Pro Masters 40+ winners: Switzerland Samuel Baumgartner (m) / United Kingdom Sue Underwood (f)
    • Pro Masters 50+ winner: France Mehdi Boukarabila
    • Pro Masters 60+ winner: Netherlands Marion van Linden
    • Advanced winners: United Kingdom Noah Smithson (m) / Norway Merete Auestad (f)
    • Junior winner: Iceland Andri Fannar Torfason (default)
  • May 18 & 19: ET#3 – Kokkedal Open in Denmark Kokkedal
    • Winners: Norway Håkon Kveseth (m) / Estonia Kristin Tattar (f)
    • Pro Masters 40+ winners: Sweden Anders Swärd (m) / Norway Lydie Hellgren (f)
    • Pro Masters 50+ winner: France Jean-Louis Tanghe
    • Pro Masters 60+ winner: Estonia Paul Kustala
    • Advanced winners: Denmark Sebastian Pauli (m) / Norway Merete Auestad (f) (default)
    • Junior winner: Austria Lea Schadenhofer (default)
  • June 7 – 9: ET#4 – Sula Open in Norway Langevåg
    • Winners: Finland Juhani Vainio (m) / Estonia Kristin Tattar (f)
    • Pro Masters 40+ winner: Netherlands Bert Brader (m)
    • Pro Masters 50+ winner: Belgium Mehdi Boukarabila
    • Pro Masters 60+ winner: Norway Terje Rørmark
  • June 15 & 16: ET#5 – Quarry Park Open in United Kingdom Leamington Spa
    • Winners: Switzerland Tony Ferro (m) / Norway Hanna Hugosson (f)
    • Pro Master 40+ winner: United Kingdom Sue Underwood
    • Advanced winners: Iceland Arnþór Finnsson (m) / United Kingdom Kelly Addison (f)
  • June 22 – 24: ET#6 – Iceland Summer Solstice in Iceland Garðabær
    • Winners: Iceland Blær Örn Ásgeirsson (m) / Iceland Kolbrun Mist Palsdottir (f)
    • Pro Master 40+ winner: Iceland Eyþór Örn Eyjólfsson
    • Pro Master 60+ winner: Iceland Arni Leosson
    • Advanced winners: Iceland Arnþór Finnsson (m) / Iceland Guðrún Fjóla Guðmundsdóttir (f)
    • Junior winner: Iceland Andri Fannar Torfason (default)
  • July 11 – 13: ET#7 – Estonian Open in Estonia Aegviidu
    • United Kingdom Kevin Jones (m) / Estonia Kristin Tattar (f)
  • September 6 – 8: ET#8 – Nokia Open in Finland Nokia
  • September 14 & 15: ET#9 – Creeksea Classic in United Kingdom Burnham-on-Crouch

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