International Carrom Federation - Media Commission
International Carrom Federation
4th Carrom World Cup
Maldives 13th to 17th September 2014
venue : Sun Island Resort
Bangladesh, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Korea,Maldives, Pakistan, Poland, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, U.K., U.S.A.
Men's Singles (winnwers from India), Women's Singles (winners from India)
Men's Doubles (winners from India) Women's Doubles (winners from India)
Teams Championship: Winner India, 2nd, Sri Lanka, 3rd. Bangladesh
Women: Winner India, 2nd. Sri Lanka 3rd. Maldives
Slams: 26 White, 2 Black
Mohd. Ghufran (India) 9 White slams
Srinivas (India) 5 White slams
Nishanta Fernando (Sri Lanka) 3 White, 1 Black slam
Riaz Karim Akbarali (India) 2 White slams
Chamil Coorey( Sri Lanka) 1 White slam, 1 Black slam
Pierre Dubois (France) 1 White slam
Mohamed Shaheed Hilmy (Sri Lanka) 1 White slam
V.Akash (India) 1 White slam
Hafiz-ur Rahman (Bangladesh) 1 White slam
Ahmad Hameed (Maldive) 1 White slam
Ms. Rashmi Kumari (India) 1 White slam
Silver Jubilee Celebrations of ICF
21st to23rd October 2013 in Gurgaon/Delhi, India
Campion of Champions - International Tournament
Participants are being selected by all Carrom Federations
6th World Carrom Championship
31st October to 4th November 2012
The results of the 6th World Carrom Championship hosted by the Carrom Federation of Sri Lanka under the auspices of the International Carrom Federation from 31st October to 4th November 2012 at Hotel Galadari, Colombo, Sri Lanka, are as under:
1. Nishanta Fernando ( Sri Lanka )
2. C. Bharathidasan ( India )
3. Yogesh Pardeshi ( India )
4. K. Srinivas ( India )
5. Prakash Gaikwad ( India )
6. Chamil Cooray ( Sri Lanka )
7. Hafizur Rahman ( Bangladesh )
8. Moniruzzaman ( Bangladesh )
1. Rashmi Kumari ( India )
2. S. Ilavazhaki ( India )
3. Kavita Somanchi ( India )
4. M. Parimala Devi ( India )
5. Roshita Joseph ( Sri Lanka )
6. Yashika Rahubaddah ( Sri Lanka )
7. Madushika ( Sri Lanka )
8. Chalani Lakmali ( Sri Lanka )
1st - India
2nd - Sri lanka
1st - India
2nd - Sri Lanka
3rd - Maldives
1st - Yogesh Pardeshi/ Prakash Gaikwad (India)
2nd - K. Srinivas/C. Bharathidasan (India)
3rd - Nishanta Fernando/Chamil Cooray (Sri Lanka)
1st - Rashmi Km/S. Ilavazhaki
2nd - Madushika/Yashika Rahubaddah (Sri Lanka)
3rd - Chalani Lakmali/Roshita Joseph (Sri Lanka)
1st - Prakash Gaikwad ( India )
2nd - Nishanta Fernando (SL)
3rd - Yogesh Pardeshi ( India )
Nineteen slams were scored in the World Championship. Nishanta Fernando of Sri Lanka scored seven slams (5 white and 2 black). Bharathidasan of India scored 5 slams while Yogesh Pardeshi and Rashmi Kumari of India scored two slams each. Prakash Gaikwad (India), S. Ilavazhaki (India) and Senaratne (Sri Lanka) scored one slam each.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
under the authority of ICF
Malaysian Carrom Association
CARROM ICF CUP AT KUALA LUMPUR
India snatched Teams World Championship title from Sri Lanka at the 6th ICF Cup at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
India beat in Men's Teams Event World Champion Sri Lanka by 3:0. Sri Lanka came second and Maldives on 3rd position.
While Pakistan fought hard to come on 4th place by beating Malaysia.
Also the Women's Teams title went to India, which like in men's event defeated all countried by 3:0 each.
During the matches Shariffuddin of Sri Lanka made a Black Slam, while Yogesh Pardeshi of India made a Whilte Slam.
Earlier in the morning the 6th ICF Cup was inaugurated by Arif Naqvi, President of the International Carrom Federation.
Naqvi thanked on behalf of the ICF and players the Malaysian Carrom Association for hard and dedicated work to make the ICF Cup successful. He stressed on the great social values of the game of Carrom.
Mr. Balbir Singh president Malaysian Carrom Association thanked ICF and the players for their cooperation and informed that the Government of Malaysia has supported the ICF Cup.
A. NaqviICF Media Commission
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