ISSF Deutschland e.V.

International Sport Stacking Federation

 

7th Advent tournament

It was a great last ISSF Tournament of the year in Hilden. Six new world records were set and five-year-old Melissa Hirth won the trophy fort he best point score. Melissa, Monika Hartmann and Kevin Nalasko each stacked two new world records. 

Melissa with her father Axel

As expected, tournament favourite Nicolas Werner won the Individual Event as well as the Stackduel. You can find a tournament result overview down below, all results of the Individual Events are postet here>>.


As always, we want to thank all participants and helping hands, you made the tournament as great as it was!

The 7th ISSF German Open took place at the Weststadthalle in Essen on September 10th an 11th. Team Quickborn's Finja Hollin (12) won the Top 10 Final and claimed the trophies for overall champion and point score. In the Top 10 Final her teammate Felix Zarbock (14) finished second and Hochstapler Speichersdorf's Jill Claas took the third place.

In an exciting final the three stackers were able to set four new world records. Finja in the 3-3-3 and Cycle, Felix in the 3-6-3 and Jill in the cycle, too. Team Quickborn's Finja and Felix also competed against each other in saturday's final of the Stackduel, where Felix was able to win the trophy.

The Top Ten from left to right:: Fabian Klumpe, Eric Sinkovic, Lukas Buhrmester, Felix Zarbock, Daniel Kern, Finja Hollin, Jacqueline Nalasko, Jill Claas, Alexander Sinkovic und Pablo Schleussner


We want to thank all stackers, helpers and the Jugendamt  Essen (youth welfare office of Essen) for a great tournament!

You can find all results of the 7th ISSF German Open here>>