Titles for Swaythling Club Members in Muscat

Niels Ramberg won men's singles 75-79 years (Photo: Owen Hammond) bbbbbbbbbbbb Play concluded at the Muscat 2023 World Veteran Championships in Oman on a high note for members of the Swaythling Club International; Denmark's Niels Ramberg and Germany's Zsolt-Georg Böhm both struck gold as did Hungary's Gisela Zacher. Meanwhile, for Suzanne Pedersen, like Niels Ramberg from Denmark, there was silver. Gold for Zsolt-Georg Böhm in men's singles 60-64 years (Photo: Owen Hammond) h Gold for Gizela Zacher in women's singles 75-79 years (Photo: Owen Hammond) n h Silver was the outcome for Suzanne Pedersen in women's singles 65-69 years; the winner was Estonia's Kai Thornbech (Photo: Owen Hammond). l Muscat-2023-World-Veteran-Championships-MedallistDownload

Silver for Valentin Langehegermann

The podium for men's singles 85 years b The most senior member of the Swaythling Club International on duty at the Muscat 2023 World Veteran Championships in Oman; Luxembourg's Valentin Langehegermann emerged the silver medallist in men's singles 85 years. After recording a semi-final success against Germany's Wolfgang Wolter (9-11, 11-8, 11-9, 11-2), he was beaten in the title decider by Japan's Kazuo Masuda (9-11, 11-8, 11-9, 11-2). At the semi-final stage of men's singles 85 years, Valentin Langehegermann beat Wolfgang Wolter b Memorably, in 2004 when in Yokohama, he won men's singles 65-69 years. A silver medal, earlier in the day it had been gold. Alongside Germany's Peter Stolzenburg, facing German opposition the duo recorded a semi-final success against Hans-Dieter Kliem and Wolfgang Wolter (11-5, 11-9, 11-4),

Medals for Hungary in Oman

Hungarian medallists (left to right): Gizella Zacher, Istvan Szalai and Imola Petohazi nnnnnnnnnnnn Winner of women's singles 70-74 years in Las Vegas, Gizella Zacher repeated the feat at the Muscat 2023 World Veteran Championships in Oman. Present in women's singles 75-79 years, on Saturday 21st January, following a penultimate round success in opposition to colleague Imola Petohazi (11-6, 11-5, 11-6), she arrested the title at the expense of Japan's Ikuko Nagasawa (11-8, 11-7, 6-11, 11-6). Earlier, in harness with Imola Petohazi, the duo had concluded matters silver medallists in women's doubles 75 years; at the final hurdle they were beaten by the United States combination of Donna Sakai and Connie Sweeris (9-11, 11-8, 11-8, 11-8). Silver in partnership with Imola Petohazi; one day earlier alongside