MOBILE PHONE THROWING WR UNREACHABLE

At the 4th  international Mobile Phone Throwing World Championships on Saturday the 23rd of August in Savonlinna the last year’s world record was not reached. This year’s winner is Samu Santala from Finland. Mobile phone  flew 66,62 meters, only 10 cm les than last year’s record. In the Original individual category came second Janne Mielikäinen with his 61,19-meter throw and third was Timo Herrala, 59,61 m.

In the Original team category the winning team was Datafisher team with a total of 132,61 meters. Second was the SoftaTest team, 84,15 m and third Savonlinna’s kaupunginhallitus team, 75,46 m.

Pekka the bachelor won the Freestyle individual category with his best performance with 56 points. He was the only one taking part to the Freestyle individual category. In the Freestyle team category the highest stylepoints got the Canada team, 49 points. Second was Pinkie & the boys team with it’s 46 points and third Kiinteistömaailma’s ripeät team, 43 points.

A new world record was set in junior category (age 12 years and under). Paavo Hirvonen threw the mobile phone amazing 46,83 meters. The new champion is from Finland. Second farthest threw Santtu Pursiainen, 31,65 m and third was Toni Kuusela, 30,85 m.

Altogether there were 89 contestants from nine different countries, 37 in individual categories, 30 in team categories and 22 in juniors. The organizers wish to thank all the participants and partners. 

 

CATEGORY This year winner Result
Original - individual Samu Santala 66,62 meters
Original - team Datafisher 132,61 meters
Freestyle - individual Pekka the bachelor 56 points
Freestyle - team Team Canada 49 points
Junior Paavo Hirvonen 46,83 meters  WR
     
RESULTS - Original - individual Result  
01. Samu Santala 66,62 m Finland
02. Janne Mielikäinen 61,19 m Finland
03. Timo Herrala 59,61 m Finland 
04. Pasi Hentonen 58,52 m Finland 
05. Mikko Löppönen 57,49 m Finland 
06. Jukka Selin 56,39 m Finland 
07. Mikko Peltopuro 52,94 m Finland 
08. Panu Hakama 52,77 m Finland 
09. Arto Mikkonen 51,72 m Finland 
10. Luke Edwards 47,27 m Australia
11. Mikko Kilpeläinen 46,90 m Finland 
12. Tuomo Auravuo 45,20 m Finland 
13. Bradley Coles 39,42 m Australia 
14. Simon Pryor 39,36 m Australia 
15. Pasi Hämäläinen 37,90 m Finland 
16. Simo Martikainen 37,40 m Finland
17. Pekka Kuusela 37,07 m Finland
18. Erik Noomen 34,65 m Netherlands 
19. Pat Cooper 32,93 m Australia 
20. Greg Hadingham 32,76 m Australia 
21. Terho Punnonen 32,74 m Finland 
22. Joe Sunderland 31,12 m Australia 
23. Lars Bielor 29,77 m Germany 
24. Kaisa Kuisma 28,08 m Finland 
25. Jouni Kuisma 28,03 m Finland
26. Atte Levänen 27,98 m Finland 
27. Mari Leino 27,94 m Finland 
27. Dieter Braun 26,62 m Germany 
28. Keiran Moloney 22,00 m Australia 
29. Paul Sanderson 21,16 m Australia 
30. Hanke Murr 19,52 m Germany
31. Nathalie Dekkee 19,06 m Netherlands
32. Alison Paul 17,08 m Australia
33. Rungthip Womgsathagun 14,30 m Thailand
34. Riikka Repo 12,20 m Finland
35. Ville Puromäki 0.00 m Finland

RESULTS - Original - team

Result
 
01. Datafisher 132,61 m Finland
02. SoftaTest 84,15 m Finland/France
03. Savonlinnan kaupunginhallitus 75,46 m Finland
04. Kiinteistömaailman kotipojat 72,11 m Finland
05. Cupforma 64,34 m Finland/Czech Rebublic
06. Ekobal 60,68 m Czech Rebublic
07. Deskin tytsit 52,98 m Finland
     
RESULTS - Freestyle - individual Result  
01. Pekka the bachelor 56 points Finland
     
RESULTS - Freestyle - team Result  
01. Team Canada 49 points Canada/Finland
02. Pinkki & the boys 46 points Finland
03. Kiinteistömaailman ripeät 43 points Finland
     
RESULTS - juniors Result  
01. Paavo Hirvonen 46,83 m FIN   2003 world champion!
02. Santtu Pursiainen 31,65 m Finland
03. Toni Kuusela 30,85 m Finland
04. Pyry Pihlasvaara 29,26 m Finland
05. Juuso Teijonmaa 29,20 m Finland
06. Mika Kosonen 28,01 m Finland
07. Vesa-Valtteri Tapio 26,72 m Finland
08. Jere Selin 25,46 m Finland
09. Juuso Paananen 24,84 m Finland
10. Tuomas Tynkkynen 24,51 m Finland
11. Sami Pesonen 23,86 m Finland
12. Tanja Kiiskinen 23,20 m Finland
13. Annika Pöllänen 22,16 m Finland
14. Iida Paananen 14,77 m Finland
15. Santeri Tiirikainen 14,21 m Finland
16. Taavi Hasunen 13,32 m Finland
17. Heidi Kuusela 12,92 m Finland
18. Riikka Parviainen 12,20 m Finland
19. Jaakko Pelkonen 10,74 m Finland
20. Vilma Oksa 10,02 m Finland
21. Veera Oksa 9,36 m Finland
22. Paavo Kolari 4,62 m Finland
     


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