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First Round

Game 1: Played 4 June 1938 (18.00) Parc des Princes, Paris.[36]
(27,152) Jan Langenus (BEL), John van Moorsel (HOL), Marenco (FRA).

Result: SWITZERLAND 1 – GERMANY 1 (1:1, 1:1, 1:1) aet.
0:1 Gauchel 29, 1:1 Abegglen 43.

SUI: Willy Huber, - Severino Minelli (c), August Lehmann, - Hermann Springer, Sirio Vernati, Ernest Lörtscher, - Lauro Amadó, Eugen Walaschek, Alfred 'Fred' Bickel, Andre 'Trello' Abegglen III, Georges Aebi.

GER: Rudi Raftl, - Paul Janes, Willi Schmaus, - Anderl Kupfer, Hans Mock (c), Albin Kitzinger, - Ernst Lehner, Rudi Gellesch, Jupp Gauchel, Willi Hahnemann, Hans Pesser.

Sent Off: Pesser (96)

Note: Match was preceded by the opening ceremony.



Replay: Played 9 June 1938 (18.00) Parc des Princes, Paris.[43=]
(20,025) Ivan Eklind (SWE), Louis André Baert (BEL), John van Moorsel (HOL).

Result: SWITZERLAND 4 – GERMANY 2 (1:2)
0:1 Hahnemann 8, 0:2 Lörtscher 22 og, 1:2 Walaschek 42, 2:2 Bickel 64, 3:2 Abegglen 75, 4:2 Abegglen 78.

Note: Some sources award Lörtscher's own goal to Lehner

SUI: Willy Huber, - Severino Minelli (c), August Lehmann, - Hermann Springer, Sirio Vernati, Ernest Lörtscher, – Lauro Amadó, Eugen Walaschek, Fred Bickel, Trello Abegglen III, Georges Aeby.

GER: Rudi Raftl, - Paul Janes, Jakob Streitl, - Anderl Kupfer, Ludwig Goldbrunner, Steffi Skoumal, - Ernst Lehner, Pepi Stroh, Fritz Sczepan (c), Willi Hahnemann, Poldi Neumer.



Game 2: Played 5 June 1938 (17.00) Stade Chapou, Toulouse.[37=]
(6,707) Guiseppe Scarpi (ITA), Valprede (FRA), Mercx (FRA).

Result: CUBA 3 – ROMANIA 3 (1:1, 2:2, 3:3) aet.
0:1 Bindea 35, 1:1 Socorro 44, 2:1 Magrińá 69, 2:2 Baratky 68, 3:2 Socorro 103, 3:3 Dobay 105.

CUB: Benito Carvajales, - Jacinto Barquin, Manuel Chorens, – Joaqiun Arias 'Bolero', Jose Antonio 'Rodriguez' Bolillo, Pedro Manuel Berges, - Jose Antonio Magrińá, Tomas Fernández(c), Hector Socorro, Juan Tuńas, Mario Sosa.

ROM: Dumitru Pavlovici, - Rudolf Bürger, Vasile Chiroiu, - Vintila Cossini, Gheorghe Răsinaru, Ladislau Rafinsky, - Silviu Bindea, Niculae Kovács (c), Iuliu Baratky, Iuliu Bodola, Stefan Dobay.



Replay: Played 9 June 1938 (18.00) Stade Chapou, Toulouse.[43=]
(7,536) Alfred Birlem (GER), Georges Capdeville (FRA), Marenco (FRA).

Result: CUBA 2 - ROMANIA 1 (0:1)
0:1 Dobay 39, 1:1 Socorro 51, 2:1 Fernández 53.

CUB: Juan Ayra, – Jacinto Barquin, Manuel Chorens, - 'Bolero', Jose Antonio Rodriguez Bolillo', Pedro Manuel Berges, - Jose Magrińá, Tomas Fernández (c), Hector Socorro, Juan Tuńas, Mario Sosa.

ROM: Robert Sadovsky – Rudolf Bürger, Iacob Felecan, - Andrei Bărbulescu, Gheorghe Răsinaru, Ladislau Rafinsky, – Ion Bogdan, Constantin Ioachim Moldoveanu, Iuliu Baratky, Iulian Prassler, Stefan Dobay (c).



Game 3: Played 5 June 1938 (18.30) Stade de la Cavée Verte, Le Havre.[42]
(10,550) Lucien Leclerq (FRA), Olive (FRA), Sdez (FRA).

Result: CZECHOSLOVAKIA 3 - HOLLAND 0 (0:0, 0:0, 3:0) aet.
1:0 Kostálek 93, 2:0 Zeman 111, 3:0 Nejedlý 118.

CZE: Frantisek Planicka (c), – Jaroslav Burgr, Ferdinand Daucik, - Josef Kostálek, Jaroslav Boucek, Vlastimil Kopecký, – Jan Riha, Ladislav Simúnek, Josef Zeman, Oldrich Nejedlý, Oldrich Rulc.

HOL: Adri Van Male, - Mauk Weber, Bertus Caldenhove, - Bas Pauwe, Wim Anderiesen, Gerrit 'Puck' Van Heel (c), - Frank Wels, Freek Van der Veen, Jaap 'Kick' Smit, Leen Vente, Bertus de Harder.



Game 4: Played 5 June 1938 (17.00) Stade Yves du Manoir (formerly the Stade Olympique), Colombes, Paris.[37=]
(30,454) Hans Wüthrich (SUI), Augustin Krist (CZE), Alfred Birlem (GER).

Result: FRANCE 3 - BELGIUM 1 (2:1)
1:0 Veinante 1 (35 sec), 2:0 Nicolas 16, 2:1 Isemborghs 38, 3:1 Nicolas 69.

FRA: Laurent Di Lorto, - Hector Cazanave, Etienne Mattler (c), - Jean Bastien, Gusti Jordan, Raoul Diagne, - Alfred Aston, Oscar Heisserer, Jean Nicolas, Edmond Delfour, Emile Veinante.

BEL: Arnold Badjou, - Bob Paverick, Cornelius Seys, - John van Alphen, Emiel Stijnen (c), Alfons De Winter – Charley van de Wouwer, Bernard Voorhoof, Henri Isemborghs, Pierre Braine, Fernand Buyle.



Game 5: Played 5 June 1938 (17.00) Stade Velodrome Municipal, Reims.[37=]
(9,091) Roger Conrié (FRA), Delasalle (FRA), Weingärtner (GER).

Result: HUNGARY 6 – DUTCH EAST INDIES 0 (4:0)
1:0 Kohut 13, 2:0 Toldi 15, 3:0 Sárosi 25, 4:0 Zsengellér 30, 5:0 Zsengellér 67, 6:0 Sárosi 89.

HUN: Jozsef Hada, - Lajos Kóranyi, Sandor Biró, - Gyula Lázár, Jozsef Turay, Istvan Balogh, - Ferenc Sas, Gyula Zsengellér, Gyorgy Sárosi (c), Geza Toldi, Vilmos Kohut.

IHO: Tan Mo Heng, - Frans Hu Kom, Jack Samuels, - Achmad Nawir (c), Alfred Meng, Anwar Sutan, - Tan Hong Dijen, Suwarte Sudarmadji, Henk Zomers, Isaac 'Tjak' Pattiwael, Hans Taihuttu.



Game 6: Played 5 June 1938 (17.00) Stade Velodrome, Marseilles.[37=]
(18,826) Alois Beranek (GER), Boutoure (FRA), Tréhou (FRA).

Result: ITALY 2 - NORWAY 1 (1:0, 1:1, 2:1)
1:0 Ferraris 2, 1:1 Brustad 83, 2:1 Piola 94.

ITA: Aldo Olivieri, – Eraldo Monzeglio, Pietro Rava, - Pietro Serantoni, Michele Andreolo, Ugo Locatelli, - Piero Pasinati, Guiseppe Meazza (c), Silvio Piola, Giovanni Ferrari, Pietro Ferraris II.

NOR: Henry Johansen, - Rolf Johannesen, Řivind Holmsen, - Kristian Henriksen, Nils Eriksen (c), Rolf Holmberg, - Odd Frantzen, Reidar Kvammen, Knut Brynildsen, Magnar Isaksen, Arne Brustad.



Game 7: Played 5 June 1938 (17.30) Stade de la Meinau, Strasbourg.[41]
(13,452) Ivan Eklind (SWE), Poissant (FRA), Kissenberger (FRA).

Result: BRAZIL 6 – POLAND 5 (3:1, 4:4, 6:4)
1:0 Leónidas 18, 1:1 Scherfke 23 pen, 2:1 Romeu 25, 3:1 Peració 44 , 3:2 Wilimowski 53, 3:3 Wilimowski 59, 4:3 Peració 71, 4:4 Wilimowski 89, 5:4 Leónidas 93, 6:4 Leónidas 104, 6:4 Wilimowski 118.

BRA: Lorenzato Algisto ("BATATAIS"), DOMINGOS Antonio da Guia, Artur MACHADO, Jose Mendes Procopio ("ZEZÉ"), MARTIM Mercio da SILVEIRA (c), Afonso Guimaraes Da Silva ("ALFONSINHO"), Jose da Santos LOPES, "ROMEU" Pellicciari, "LEÓNIDAS" da Silva, Jose Berjun PERACIÓ, "HERCULES" de Miranda.

POL: Edward Dominik Jerzy Madejski, - Wladyslaw Szczepaniak (c), Antoni Galecki, - Wilhelm Antoni Góra, Erwin Ginter Nyc, Ewald Oskar Dytko, - Ryszard Lein Piec, Leonard Franciszek Piatek, Fryderyk Egon Scherfke, Ernest Otton Wilimowski, Gerard Wodarz.



Game 8: Scheduled for 5 June 1938 Lyon

Result: SWEDEN (bye) – AUSTRIA (withdrew).
Match cancelled because of the Austrian Anschluss in March 1938. Many Austrian players were seconded to the German team.


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Second Round (Quarter Finals)

Game 1: Played 12 June 1938 (17.00) Stade Yves du Manoir, Colombes, Paris.[45=]
(58,455) Louis André Baert (BEL), Hans Wüthrich (SUI), Ivan Eklind (SWE).

Result: ITALY 3 - FRANCE 1 (1:1)
1:0 Colaussi 9, 1:1 Heisserer 10, 2:1 Piola 52, 3:1 Piola 72.

ITA: Aldo Olivieri, - Alfredo Foni, Pietro Rava, - Pietro Serantoni, Michele Andreolo, Ugo Locatelli, - Amadeo Biavati, Guiseppe Meazza (c), Silvio Piola, Giovanni Ferrari, Gino Colaussi.

FRA: Laurent Di Lorto, – Hector Cazenave, Etienne Mattler (c), - Jean Bastien, Gusti Jordan, Raoul Diagne, - Freddy Aston, Oscar Heisserer, Jean Nicolas, Edmund Delfour, Emile Veinante.

Note: Foni later managed the Swiss national team in the 1966 finals.



Game 2: Played 12 June 1938 (17.00) Stade du Fort Carré, Antibes.[45=]
(6,846) Augstin Krist (CZE), Weingärtner (GER), Sedez (FRA)

Result: SWEDEN 8 - CUBA 0 (4:0)
1:0 H.Andersson 9, 2:0 Wetterström 22, 3:0 Wetterström 37, 4:0 Wetterström 44, 5:0 Keller 80, 6:0 H.Andersson 81, 7:0 Nyberg 84, 8:0 H.Andersson 89.
(42 Abrahamsson saved a penalty by Fernández)

SWE: Henock Abrahamsson, - Ivar Eriksson, Olle Källgren, - Erik Almgren, Sven Jacobsson, Kurt Svanström, - Arne Nyberg, Tore Keller (c), Harry Andersson, Sven Jonasson, Gustav Wetterström.

CUB: Benito Carvajeles, - Jacinto Barquin, Manuel Chorens, -' Bolero', Jose Antonio Rodriguez 'Bolillo', Pedro Manuel Berges, - Pedro Ferrer 'Pedrito', Tomas Fernández (c), Hector Socorro, Juan Tunas, Juan Alberto Alonzo.



Game 3: Played 12 June 1938 (17.00) Stade Victor Boucquey, Lille.[45=]
(14,800) Rinaldo Barlassina (ITA), Alois Beranek (GER), Boutoure (FRA).

Result: HUNGARY 2 - SWITZERLAND 0 (1:0)
1:0 Sárosi 40, 2:0 Zsengeller 90.

HUN: Antal Szabó, - Lajos Korányi, Sandor Biró, - Gyula Lazar, Jozsef Turay, Antal Szalay, - Ferenc Sas, Gyula Zsengellér, Gyorgy Sárosi (c), Jeno Vincze, Vilmos Kohut.

SUI: Willy Huber, - Adolf Stelzer, August Lehmann (c), - Hermann Springer, Sirio Vernati, Ernest Lörtscher, - Lauro Amadó, Eugen Walaschek, Fred Bickel, Trello Abegglen III, TullioGrassi.



Game 4: Played 12 June 1938 (17.00) Parc de Lescure, Bordeaux. (inaugural game in this stadium)[45=]
(22,021) Paul von Hertzka (HUN), Guiseppe Scarpi (ITA), Delasalle (FRA).

Result: BRAZIL 1 - CZECHOSLOVAKIA 1 (1:0, 1:1, 1:1)
1:0 Leónidas 30, 1:1 Nejedlý 65 pen.

BRA: De Souza Goulart WALTER, – Da Guia Antonio DOMINGOS, Artur MACHADO, Jose Mendes Procopio ("ZEZÉ"), MARTIM Mercio da SILVEIRA (c), Alfonso Guimaraes Da Silva ("ALFONSINHO"), Jose da Santos LÓPES, ROMEU Pellicciari, LEÓNIDAS Da Silva, Jose Berjun PERÁCIO, HÉRCULES De Miranda.

CZE: Frantisek Planicka (c), - Jaroslav Burgr, Ferdinand Daucik, – Josef Kostálek, Jaroslav Boucek, Vlastimil Kopecký, - Jan Riha, Ladislav Simúnek, Josef Ludl, Oldrich Nejedlý, Antonin Puc.

Three players sent off: Zezé (14), Machado (89), Riha (89).This match is Known as the 'Battle of Bordeaux' and was a viscious kicking match. Planicka (fractured right arm), Nejedly (broken right leg), Kostalek (injured stomach), both Leonidas and Peracio were badly injured. The penalty awarded to Czechoslovakia particularly enraged Brazilian goalkeeper Walter, who had been promised 30,000 francs if he let in no goals! (BG)



Replay: Played 14 June 1938 (18.00) Parc de Lescure Bordeaux.[49]
(18,141) Georges Capdeville (FRA), Kissenberger (FRA), Marenco (FRA).

Result: BRAZIL 2 - CZECHOSLOVAKIA 1 (0:1)
0:1 Kopecký 25, 1:1 Leónidas 57 2:1 Roberto 62.

BRA: De Souza Goulart WALTER, Euclydes Barbosa JAU, Alvarho Lopez Cancado NARIZ, Erminio BRITTO, Jose Augusto BRANDĂO, Pinheiro ARGEMIRO, ROBERTO Enilio da Cunha, Luiz Mezquita da Olivira ("LUIZINHO"), LEONIDAS Da Silva (c), Elba Da Padua Lima ("TIM"), Rodolfo Barteczko PATESKO.

CZE: Karel Burkert, – Jaroslav Burgr (c), Ferdinad Daucik, – Josef Kostálek, Jaroslav Boucek, Vlastimil Kopecký, – Vilem Kreuz, Vaclav Horak, Jozef Ludl, Karel Senecký, Oldrich Rulc.


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Semi Finals

Game 1: Played 16 June 1938 (18.00) Parc des princes, Paris.{50=]
(20,155) Lucien Leclerq (FRA), Guiseppe Scarpi (ITA), John van Moorsel (HOL).

Result: HUNGARY 5 - SWEDEN 1 (3:1)
0:1 Nyberg 1 (35 sec), 1:1 Jacobsson 19 og, 2:1 Titkos 37, 3:1 Zsengellér 39, 4:1 Sárosi 65, 5:1 Zsengellér 85.
NOTE: Some sources give Jakobson's own goal as Zsengellér's, an error.

HUN: Antal Szabó, – Lajos Korányi, Sandor Biró, – Antal Szalay, Jozsef Turai, Gyula Lazar, – Ferenc Sas, Gyula Zsengellér, Gyorgy Sárosi (c), Geza Toldi, Pal Titkos.

SWE: Henock Abrahamsson, - Ivar Eriksson, Olle Källgren, - Erik Almgren, Sven Jacobsson, Kurt Svanström, - Gustav Wetterström, Tore Keller (c), Harry Andersson, Sven Jonasson, Arne Nyberg.



Game 2: Played 16 June 1938 (18.00) Stade Velodrome, Marseilles.[50=]
(33,000) Hans Wüthrich (SUI), Alois Beranek (GER), Marenco (FRA).

Result: ITALY 2 – BRAZIL 1 (0:0)
1:0 Colaussi 56, 2:0 Meazza 60 pen, 2:1 Romeu 87.

ITA: Aldo Olivieri, - Alfredo Foni, Pietro Rava, - Pietro Serantoni, Michele Andreolo, Ugo Locatelli, - Amadeo Biavati, Giuseppe Meazza (c), Silvio Piola, Giovanni Ferrari, Gino Colaussi.

BRA: De Souza Goulart WÁLTER, Da Guia Antonio DOMINGOS, Artur MACHADO, Jose Mendes Procopio ("ZEZÉ"), MARTIM Mercio da SILVEIRA (c), Afonso Guimaraes da Silva ("ALFONSINHO"), Jose da Santos LÓPEZ, Luiz Carlos Ferreira ("LUIZINHO"), Berjun PERACIÓ, ROMEU Pellicciari, Rodolfo Barteczko PATESKO.


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Third Place Match

Game Played 19 June 1938 (17.00) Parc de Lescure, Bordeaux.[52]
(12,500) Jan Langenus (BEL), Valprede (FRA), Olive (FRA).

Result: BRAZIL 4 - SWEDEN 2 (1:2)
0:1 Jonasson 28, 0:2 Nyberg 38, 1:2 Romeu 44, 2:2 Leónidas 63, 3:2 Leónidas 74, 4:2 Perácio 80. (Patesko missed a penalty 72).

BRA: BATATAIS, – DOMINGOS, MACHADO, – ZEZÉ, BRANDAO, ALFONSINHO, - ROBERTO, LEÓNIDAS (c), PERÁCIO, ROMEU, PATESKO.

SWE: Henock Abrahamsson, - Ivar Eriksson, Erik Nilsson, – Erik Almgren, Arne Linderholm, Kurt Svanström (c), - Erik Persson, Ake Andersson, Harry Andersson, Sven Jonasson, Arne Nyberg.


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Final

Game Played 19 June 1938 (17.00) Stade Yves du Manoir, Colombes, Paris.[53]
(45,124) Georges Capdeville (FRA), Augustin Krist (CZE), Hans Wüthrich (SUI).

Result: ITALY 4 - HUNGARY 2 (3:1)
1:0 Colaussi 6, 1:1 Titkos 8, 2:1 Piola 16, 3:1 Colaussi 35, 3:2 Sárosi 70, 4:2 Piola 82.

ITA:Aldo Olivieri, - Alfredo Foni, Pietro Rava, - Pietro Serantoni, Michele Andreolo, Ugo Locatelli, - Amadeo Biavati, Guiseppe Meazza (c), Silvio Piola, Giovanni Ferrari, Gino Colaussi.

HUN: Antal Szabó, - Gyula Polgár, Sandor Biró, - Antal Szalay, Gyorgy Szücs, Gyula Lázár, - Ferenc Sas, Jeno Vincze, Gyula Sárosi (c), Gyula Zsengellér, Pal Titkos.


Guiseppe Meazza and Gyula Sárosi

The captains shake hands before the game



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Other Information / Stats

TOP SCORERS

Goals Player(s)
7 Leónidas da Silva (BRA) (b. Rio de Janeiro 06/09/1913, d. Cotia, Săo Paulo 24/01/2004)
5 Sárosi, Zsengellér (HUN), Piola (ITA)
4 Colaussi (ITA), Wilimowski (POL)
3 Socorro (CUB), Perácio, Romeu (BRA), Abegglen (SUI), H.Andersson, Nyberg, Wetterström (SWE)
2 Nejedlý (CZE), Nicolas (FRA), Titkos (HUN), Dobay (ROM)

In total 84 goals (3 pens, 2 ogs), 4.67 per match. Most goals ITALY (14). HOLLAND and DUTCH EAST INDIES without goals. 40 players scored (including 9 earlier scorers from 1934)


COACHES, RESERVE PLAYERS

BEL: Jack Butler (ENG) | Jean Capelle, Pierre Dalem, Philibert Smellincx, Andre Vandewijer (GK), Robert Braet (GK), Artur Ceulleers, Jean Fievez, Frans Gommers, Paul Henry, Joseph Nelis, Jean Petit.

BRA: Ademir Pimenta | Dionizio Fantoni ("NIGINHO").

CUB: Jose Tápia | Arturo Galceran, Carlos Olivera.

FRA: Gaston Barreau | Abdel Kader Ben Bouali, Francois Bourbotte, Michel Brusseaux, Roger Courtois, Julien Darui (GK), Lucien Jasseron, Ignance Kowalczyk, Rene Liense (GK), Martin Powolny, Jules Vandooren, Mario Zatelli.

GER: Sepp Herberger | Fritz Buchloh (GK), Hans Jakob (GK), Reinhold Münsenberg, Otto Siffling, Franz Wagner.

HOL: Bob Glendenning (ENG) | Dick Been, Piet de Boer, Arie de Winter, Daaf Drok, Frans Hogenbirk, Neek Michel (GK), Karel Ooms, Rene Pijpers, Hendrikus Plenter, Piet Punt, Henk van Spaandonck.

HUN: Alfred Schäffer, Karoly Dietz (Coach) | Dani Biró II, Laszlo Cseh, Janos Dudas, Olajkar, Joszef Palinkas (GK), Bela Sárosi III.

IHO: Johannes Mastenbroek | L.N. Bezekom, G. Van Den Burg, G. Faulhaber, J. Hartung (GK), J.Kolle, Tan See Han, R. Telwe.

ITA: Vittorio Pozzo,| Sergio Bertoni, Gino Ceresolli, Bruno Chizzo, Aldo Donati, Mario Genta, Guido Mazetti (GK), Renato Olmi, Mario Perazzollo.

NOR: Asbjorn Halvorssen | Ruud Amundsen, Hjalmar Aldressen, Gunnar Andressen, Olaf Gundersen, Sverre Hansen (GK), Arne Ileby, Jorgen Juve, Anker Kihle (GK), Alf Martinsen, Sverre Nordoby (GK), Fritivov Ulleberg.

POL: Jósef Ignacy Kalusza, (Manager), Marian Spoida (Trainer). | Stanislaw Franciszek Baran, Walter Henryk Brom (GK), Edmund Giemza, Jerzy Wilhelm Piec, Jan Wasiewicz. On stanby in Poland: Ewald Cebula, Boleslaw Józef Habowski, Józef Franciszek Korbas, Kazimierz Lis, Antoni Andrzej Lyko, Edmund Twórz

ROM: Alexandru Săvulescu, with Costel Radulescu | Bogdan Braun, Bogdan Braun, Mircea David (GK), Nicule Nagy,. Lazar Sfera.

SUI: Karl Rappan, | Paul Abei, Erwin Ballabio (GK), Renato Bissoredo (GK), Alessandro Frigerio, Albert Guinchard, Leopold Kielholz, Oscar Rauch, Eugen Rupf, Fritz Wagner.

SWE: Jozsef Nagy (HUN) | Lennart Bunke, Curt Bergsten, Karl Erik Grahn, Knut Hansson, Harry Nilsson, Gustaf Sjöberg (GK), Sven Unger.

TCH: Jan Meissner | Vojtech Bradác. Karel Kolský, Otakar Nozir, Pavel Cerny, Josef Orth.


YOUNGEST AND OLDEST

Youngest Oldest
Player de Harder (HOL) 18y 32d Andersson (HOL) 34y 190d
Goalkeeper Sadowski (ROM) around 22 Planička (CZE) 34y 20d
Scorer Bickel (SUI) 20y 28d Keller (SWE) 33y 159d
Champion Locatelli (ITA) 22y 124d Monzeglio (ITA) 32y 14d
Finalist Locatelli (ITA) 22y 124d Turay (HUN) 33y 107d
Captain Svenström (SWE) 23y 87d van Heel (HOL) 34y 135d
Coach Rappan (SUI) 32y 251d Barreau (FRA) 54y 187d
Referee Eklind (SWE) 32y 237d Birlem (GER) 50y 150d

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