Boomerang News #45 (January 1998) Text

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Boomerang News #45 - 1/98

Cover Story : 1997 Turkey Toss in Michigan by Norm Kern (with photos)

For the first time in U.S. history, a single competition included events for both returning boomerangs and non-returning kylies (hunting sticks). The 22 contestants featured throwers from both coasts with Will Herlan representing Washington State, and Paul Sprague representing Connecticut. As always there was a strong contingent of throwers (Broadbents and friends) from Ohio. Last year's champ Jeff Heinrichs faithfully returned the traveling Turkey trophy to see who would take it home for the next year. This year's trophy arsenal was enlarged to include a traveling trophy for the 12 and under Junior division. The winds were low but the mist made things interesting.

The returning boomerang events, run according to the USBA Super Novice rules, were fast throw and trick catch. Fast throw had Ted Bailey, Gary Broadbent Sr., Jeff Heinrichs, and Will Herlan under 30 seconds. Trick catch featured Gary Broadbent Sr. making 7 foot catches and a behind the back for 75 points. Jeff Heinrichs, Paul Sprague and Tim Davis all scored over 40 points.

The kylie events were Waki-Klak featuring a finely crafted turkey target built by the Sprague brothers and You-Miss-You-Out, using a new flexible target build by Tom Luczycki. Last year Norm's PVC pipe target took such a beating, Tom took mercy and engineering a much better one. Norm Kern jumped to an early lead in Waki-Klak which he held by hitting the turkey on the first 2 rounds and scoring in 6 frames. Jeff Heinrichs was pointless until round 7 of 10 but he came on strong with 2 turkey hits and 3 strong accuracy results. Third place went to young Nate Harbowy with 2 turkey hits and accuracy points in 3 frames. Ted Bailey took 4th with 2 turkey strikes and a couple of accuracy points. In You-Miss-You-Out, only 12 throwers hit the 4 x 5 target at 20 meters. Of these, only 5 hit at 30 meters, and only Norm Kern hit at 40 meters. Both kylie events included the extra drama of tie breakers.

Although he did not win any events, Jeff Heinrichs won the tournament with consistent high placing. Gary Broadbent Sr. took second with his first and second in the returning events. Norm Kern took third based on his wins in both kylie events. The Junior champ was Jeremiah Davis with 2nd places in the returning events, Waki-Klak and a win in YMYO. Second place went to Nate Harbowy with only a single point difference behind Jeremiah. Third through fifth went to Matt Solomon, Logan Broadbent, and Kent Sprague.

As the final scores were being totaled many of the throwers enjoyed an unofficial distance event, and Jim Gilligan demonstrated his Atlatl (Woomera, spear thrower). Even with 4 events, we started at 10:30 and were off the field by 1:30. - Norm Kern


News From The: USA


The Fall Auction is now history. A total of $1,851 was collected and sent to Tom Fitzgerald to benefit the following teams: The Scandinavian Team receives $1,167. All three USA teams will split $253. Team USA Red will receive an additional $287. The UK Team will receive $50. Various teams will split $94. Many thanx to those who donated booms to help out the World Cup Teams and to those organizations and individuals who helped advertise the auction and/or donated time and web space to post the web pages.

Another auction will take place in the Spring. Boomerangs have already arrived and are being logged in. Items include an early Janetzki "Skippy", the coveted undulating "U" that the Janetzki brothers are credited with designing. In addition, there is an extensive library of boomerang books, most of which are out of print and in high demand. A complete list will be available shortly. More information about the Spring auction can be found at the following web page URL: Alternately, you can contact Ted Bailey at the address at the end of this issue for a complete list of auction items and bidding information.

Peter J Toenjes is a new name to Boomerang News. Peter is another Michigan boomeranger who makes and sells cross sticks with a circular path diameter of 30 feet and a price of $10, (includes shipping). Contact:


Peter Toenjes

412 McKinley Ave.

Grosse Pointe Farms, MI 48236


The Snouffers have new telephone area codes, effective immediately. Chet Snouffer's new phone number is (740)-363-8332. Gregg Snouffer's new phone number is: (740)-363-4414.

Carl Morris had his 35th birthday this past December. His wife made him a cake shaped shaped like a small traditional boomerang with a 12" span. She even carved left-handed airfoils into it. For the blank, she used carrot cake and finished it with a coconut/walnut glaze finish. Yumm!!

Yet another American based catalog has surfaced selling Australian products. This catalog is called "Australian Products" and features lots of food goods, clothing, jewelry, music, art and Aboriginal items like boomerangs ($6 - $99) and didjeridoos ($10 - $260). There is a small boomerang book for $6. For more info, call (408)-244-6104 or write:


Australian Products

3080 Neal Avenue

San Jose, CA 95128


Mark Horstmeier saw an episode of Xena - Warrior Princess on 15 December where the primary bad guy made himself a boomerang to fight ol' Xena's 'Chackrum. Since it was Xena's show, she won out, but we know what would have really happened.

Tom Risher heard on the news that Circuit City is now charging a 15% restocking fee on returned items to discourage "boomerang buyers". These are customers who buy big ticket items, use them for a few days, and then return them to the store.

Rawling's Sporting Goods Co. has a new battery operated baseball product with an integrated microchip processor that displays the speed at which the baseball is thrown on a LED. The baseball costs about $40. Anyone want to buy one and put the electronics into a boomerang?

Alan Scott Craig was featured on a 6 minute segment of the Home and Family Show hosted by Christine Ferrara and Mike Burger. The show, which included Alan throwing and had a large display of Alan's art boomerangs was aired in late October.

Doug Walters loaned his book "All About Boomerangs" to a friend who spilled coffee on it. His friend decided to write to Lorin Hawes for a replacement. Lorin not only sent a replacement book, but visited with Doug (and Mark Weary & Dwaine Morris) recently in Arizona. The group had a good throw and dinner. They plan to make it an annual affair as Lorin visits his brother in Arizona each year.

John Weigel is planning an informal get together and throw in the San Diego area on 10 January. Several out of town visitors, including John Flynn, Colorado Boomerangs, Stevie Kavanaugh and Eric Darnell will be in the area for a kite show. If you can attend, give SouthBay Johnny a call at (619)-462-4379 or email John at:

Doug DuFresne has been quite busy with his new Engineering position. He is catching up on his production and plans to issue a new catalog in early 1998. Doug also has lots of the Michael Siems books, "The Ultimate Boomerang Book" for sale. If you are a retailer, you may wish to add this popular item to your inventory. You can contact Doug by calling (503)-292-4316 or by writing to:


Doug DuFresne

Outback Boomerangs

P. O. Box 25577

Portland, OR 97225


Colorado Boomerangs has issued a new catalog with 17 boomerang models, a Windicator, carrying case, bike carrier and T-shirt. There are also some combination packages that will save you hard cash. If you are unfamiliar with Colorado Boomerangs, they make the Delicate Arch and other high quality American made boomerang products. To get your own catalog, call (800)-35RANGS or write to:


Colorado Boomerangs

407 W. Tomichi Avenue

Gunnison, CO 81230


Kendall Davis has issued the Winter edition of his "Master Designs" catalog featuring 11 quality models priced from $6 to $18. The Klingon and Tomahawk models were prominently featured in the Fall 1997 boomerang auction. To receive your own catalog or to find out about Kendall's boomerang products, email: , call (309)-793-9885 or write to the following address:


Kendall Davis

932 21st Street

Rock Island, IL 61201


Steven Graham is an Elementary Art Teacher from Bartlesville, Oklahoma who makes and throws boomerangs as a hobby. He is totally immersed in the sport and has given talks on boomerangs to many organizations. His boomerangs are featured in Bartlesville's Smart Toys store. The editor recently sampled the 13" Super Loop omega boomerang pictured below. This boomerang is of top quality construction, made with 5 ply Finnish Birch plywood and painted with RC airplane paint, lettered with calligraphy and double coated with high gloss polyurethane. The Super Loop is attractively priced at only $16. A Super Loop Pro model, made out of 10 ply 5mm Birch is also available at a price of $25. A light version of the Super Loop is available at just $8. The editor gave the standard Super Loop a test throw and found it to be an incredibly easy boomerang to throw and catch. It has a 30± metre range. This boomerang is a terrific sports boomerang for a thrower aged 16 or above. Steven has 4 additional boomerangs in his catalog priced from $16 to $50.

Not pictured in Steven's catalog is a fun little cross stick that he teaches his students to make out of paint sticks which are donated by the local Wal-Mart store. Steven carves airfoils into the upper surface of each paint stick and then joins two together with rubber bands. These work remarkable well and have a range of about 10 metres. Ask about these when you write to request a catalog. For more information, email: call (918)-333-0730 or write to:


Graham's Boomerangs

924 Yale Drive

Bartlesville, OK 74006


Kelly Milner Halls is a freelance writer who has written a charming story about Adam Ruhf for People for Teens magazine. More stories about boomerangers are planned for a later date. Look for more information about the publication of this article in a future issue of Boomerang News.

Congratulations to Michael Girvin for winning the "MHR Boomeranger of the Year" award. Michael Gabriel won "Rookie of the Year".

The 18 December 1997 edition of The Wall Street Journal contained an advertisement for American, Western & Sporting Art for J. N. Bartfield Galleries. The advertisement included a photo of a marvelous oil painting showing SW Indians on a Rabbit Hunt on horseback using Rabbit Sticks. These Rabbit Sticks have more curvature than is typically seem in museum collections! If you are feeling rather wealthy, you can purchase this original art by calling the gallery at (212) 245-8890.



Brad Westervelt (USA) went to Sydney on a short vacation in December. On his visit, he looked up the word "boomerang" in the white pages of the phone book and found 36 businesses with names beginning with the word "Boomerang". Other businesses have names that begin with the words: Boom, Booma, Boomer, etc. Brad also met Duncan MacLennan and picked up two nice boomerangs at The Rainbow Serpent Gallery in the Sydney Airport. You can email this gallery and inquire about their stock at:

Paul Gustafson (USA) found the following in the Hartford Advocate newspaper in a column titled: "News of the Wird":

"In October, a justice of the Northern Territory (Australia) Supreme Court refused to release Aborigine Steven Barnes, 28, for tribal justice, instead holding him under Australian law for the murder of a 23-year-old nephew. Tribal elders had secured Barnes' consent to the traditional punishment for his crime, including having members of his own family punch him in the face, then club him with heavy hunting boomerangs, then sling the boomerangs at him and finally spear him in both thighs four or five times." We really know that these are not boomerangs, but hunting/war throwsticks which are not promoted by most civilized boomerang clubs.

On 28 September, the Sydney throwers held their monthly throw and had 10 Japanese visitors as their guests. After Lunch, Peter Lewry, a lefty who throws only LH booms, except for a RH Bailey MTA, took his family out to perform a throwing demonstration. Peter's daughter, Kellie Lewry, started out her MTA warm up with a 26 second flight, followed by a 40 second flight, followed by a 67 second flight (Kellie is a strong baseball thrower)! After a brief rest, she went on to demonstrate a flight of 76.25 seconds! Watch out for Kellie in future Aussie competitions.

Günter Wandtke and Brother Brian Thomas made a TV show for German audiences in the Asian-Pacific region on 27 October. Bruce Carter, with sons Trent and Craig did a TV show for Bush Telegraph with singer John Williamson. Prominently featured was their night boomerang show.

Günter Wandtke found a series of 4 new stamps. A card accompanies the $1.80 stamp which shows an Aborigine holding a boomerang and looking at a tree. The caption on the back of the card says "Illustration from Tuggan Tuggan, an animated Dreamtime story", Aboriginal Nations Animation Studio, Sydney. Günter called the company and asked about the story. Günter was told that the story is about a man who loves his boomerang and also loves the Sheoak tree. He is worried that the tree getting cold in winter and goes out to search for a coat to cover the tree. He finds a coat in the form of yellow flowers that blanket the tree. Neat! Günter found out that the story will be shown on TV and will also be available on video. If you want to find out more about this video, contact Günter at:


Günter Wandtke

Warrah Village

20 Harris Rd.

Dural NSW 2158



Congratulations to: Br. Brian Thomas for winning Aussie Round (47 pts.); Terry Patterson for winning Accuracy (30 pts.); Br. Rod Shoebridge for winning Same Boomerang (26 pts); and Peter Lewry for winning MTA (25.43 sec.) at the 2nd Annual Blacktown Competition which was held on 16 August 1997.



John Cryderman has finally issued the price listing for boomerangs shown in his new 40 page catalog. The 8 page list has more than 100 plywood and S/L boomerangs with categories that include: Spyder; Hammer Hooks; Gerhards; Smiths; Throwsticks; etc. Prices range from $25 to $220.

A sum of $1 will be donated to the 1998 World Cup with the purchase of each catalog. John is constructing a plaque with the names of everyone who has purchased a catalog. This plaque, shown below, will be raffled at the 1998 World Cup as a fund raiser. There is room for at least 50 more names. If you want to purchase a Cryderman catalog and add your name to the plaque, you can send $5 to the following address:


John Cryderman

136 Thames Street

Chatham, Ontario N7L 2Y8




Congratulations to Yves Cazè for taking first place overall in the Dijon tournament of 4/5 October. Of special note is his time of 17.53 seconds in the Fast Catch event. Christophe Dautriche and Sebastien Giheux came in second and third respectively.



All qualified German throwers had a meeting on 20/21 December at Axel Heckner´s home in Gießen. The three teams were fully defined at that time. Some shuffling of rated throwers occured. Heinz-Willi Dammers will not participate on a team. Florian König (place 24) moves into Dammer's place. Two of the team names have yet to be defined but could become "Young Guns II" and "Old Bones II".

Günter Moller provided the names of throwers who will be on the three German teams with their 1997 rankings in the table below:


"Young Guns"

1 Harald Steck

2 Fridolin Frost

3 Oliver Thienhaus

5 Gerrit Lemkau

6 Günter Möller

11 Torsten Fredrich


Team II

4 Axel Heckner

7 Oliver Rau

9 Michael Siems

12 Thomas Szartowicz

14 Alexander Opri

22 Paul Gajski


Team III

13 Georg Bauerschmidt

18 Dennis Bittner

21 Torsten Gründel

23 Lothar Haase

24 Rolf Schlayer

25 Hans-Georg Hoffmann


Günter Möller, editor of the DBC Info, has new email at:

HaGü Nikolayczyk has issued the second edition of his fabulous Boomerang Plans" "BUmerang PLAn SAmmlung". This is the world's greatest collection of boomerang plans in two editions!

Issue No.1 contains all the plans from the newsletter of the German DBC from 1979 - 1995 (about 100 pages!!!). Issue No. 2 contains all the 'foreign' plans from other newsletters, private plans from throwers like Georgi Dimantchev, new plans from the DBC newsletter and others... (also about 100 pages!!!) Issue No. 1 and No. 2 cost $15 USD each (incl. p&p) or buy the pair for $28 USD. Issue No. 3 will be available in Summer/Fall 1998!!! If you live overseas and want airmail delivery, please include an extra $5/book. Write to:


HaGü Nikolayczyk

Ringstraße 21

D - 539191 Weilerswist




Erik Leferink was recently interviewed by a journalist of a national Dutch newspaper called "Algemeen Dagblad". This is part of a series about champions from 4 uncommon sports. The others sports include: "Nintendo" computer-games and Solex (moped)-riding. The article will was published on 27- 31 December 1997 and issued throughout Europe.



Aivars Brengulis is a Latvian boomerang manufacturer who is reaching out to other boomerang throwers through his presence on the World Wide Web with the help of his boomeranging friend, Martins Ierags. You can view Aivars' boomerangs at the URL:

Aivars makes a large variety of two bladed and multi-bladed boomerangs out of plywood. He also makes boomerangs out of Latvian natural elbow materials. These boomerangs sell for only $7 (USD). This includes shipping to anywhere in the world! These boomerangs are a real bargain.

Collectors would be wise to buy at least one before they all disappear at this remarkable low price. The editor sampled one of the plywood models that Aivars graciously sent for a review. This boomerang appears to be made out of 4mm 4 ply Latvian Birch. The traditional boomerang has good airfoiling and comes with a glossy finish. The V85 design flies well, but is not particularly well suited to any particular competition event. It is still an excellent product for a low price of only $7.

Boomerangs and throwsticks were popular in pre-historic Latvia. In previous issues of BN, you read about prehistoric boomerangs from Germany, France, Holland, Switzerland, Poland and Scandinavia. Now you can add Latvia to the list. Maybe it would be prudent to list European countries that don't have a prehistoric record of boomerang type devices instead of countries that do. The list would be more manageable.

Caption for prehistoric boomerang drawings: Prehistoric Latvian Boomerangs! Drawings are from scientific reports (1938-1959) about archaeological expeditions at 25 peat bogs in Latvia near the Baltic sea. Artifacts are 4,000 to 5,000 years old.


If you want to find out more about Latvian boomerangs, you can contact Aivars through email: or write to:


Aivars Brengulis

L. Paegles 14-23

Sigulda LV 2150

Latvia, Europe



Brian Kemp has faithfully reported on boomerang activities in Singapore for the past several years. Brian has decided to return to his native country of Australia at the start of the new year. Brian's new address will be:


Brian Kemp

Koyama Pottery

1160 Bellarine Highway

Wallington, Victoria, 3221




Chicago Bob has provided the following information regarding the 1998 World Cup. The dorms where everyone will be staying will sleep just over 500. Team members and families have priority, but there's little chance that they'll fill it up. So, people can pretty much plan on staying with the teams in the dorms, which will be very cool, having so many throwers under one roof! The cost is $50 for a room with two beds per night.

As for activities, the Individual World Championships will be open to all, though there may be a cut-off for the total number of entrants (125-150) to prevent events from taking too long. The cost for the Individual Championships is $75 in advance, $125 after July 1st. That will get you into the two-day Championships and a T-shirt. Plans are underway to hold a Long Distance World Championship, which will be open to all, though there may be a qualifier in the morning. The main part of the field is around 250 m by 250 m, which is minimal for Long Distance. There will also be a day of general fun, Head-2-Head or Gel Games or whatever. These details are coming along now and will become final in the next couple of months. Chicago Bob has created a comprehensive web page with everything relating to the World Cup at Additional details can be found on the web pages: and

All team organizers need to communicate with Tom Fitzgerald directly. Tom has email at: You can also call (314) 839-1604 or write to:


Tom Fitzgerald

1159 Holly River Dr.

Florissant, MO 63031



Richard Pollock-Nelson has graciously invested a ton of time into hosting the complete text of back issues of Boomerang News on his web site. Here, you can read all of the news from previous issues of Boomerang News. When you find a name, there is a link to contact information (address, email, etc.) for that individual. This is a great way to find out where you can subscribe to other newsletters, buy boomerangs that are reviewed, etc. Soon, there will be an extensive cross index so you can search by topic. This is an extremely valuable resource. You can find a link to the Boomerang News archive on Richard's home page at:

Chicago Bob has been busy churning out data and posting web pages over the past couple of months. You can visit his interpretation of the 1997 World Cup Ranking at: Also of interest is his new home page for the 1998 World Championships at:

LMI-Fox has a new web page address. Set your browser URL to: Their email address remains:

Tom Conally found a great web page for wood workers at:

Herc Fede, the multicolor swirl artist, has updated his web page. He will paint your boomerangs with fantastic swirling art for only $5 a boom (minimum order of 12). Set your browser to:

John Koehler of Koehler Studios has a new web page at:

Have you ever forgotten the words to the song "My Boomerang Won't Come Back"? If so, you can find it at:

IBM (Big Blue) claims that the boomerang is an important link in the evolution of the personal computer at:

Peter Toenjes has posted his Yardstick Boomerang Company web page with a X-stick for only $10. Good graphics and has a link to an instruction page:

Arnaud Amiel has posted a page with Jim Nieberding's instructions for making a boomerang out of those scrap AOL CDs that come in the mail. Visit:

Dietmar Reinig has posted a web page with a "Boomerang Tournament Viewer". This is an Excel spreadsheet that allows you to see how you are doing as the tournament progresses. You can download an English version of the spreadsheet at:

Dan Neelands found several not-so-boomerang-related web pages which are located at: (electronic music thing with a boomerang logo); (a picture of a roller coaster called "The Boomerang"); (Here you can buy a McDonald's character named Boomerang); (Several different Olympics 2000 pins featuring boomerangs); and (Advertises skill toys boomerang).

Ben Pressley has posted a web page with info about rabbit sticks:



Again I have failed to include everything that Boomerang News readers have sent for publication. I will try to get the February issue out early and include reviews for several boomerang products that were submitted 1-3 months ago.

The Spring 1998 Auction is currently underway. A total of 100 fabulous boomerangs and books have been selected for auction. All selected auction boomerangs must be received by 31 January 1998 in order to be listed on the bid sheet which will be mailed out after 28 February 1998. The Final Auction Bid Sheets must be returned before 15 April 1998. Notification of Winning Bids will take place on 1 May 1998. To view the Auction Web Page, set your web browser to:



This publication is produced monthly. Every issue is packed with 8 pages containing all the information you need to know to keep current with the ever changing world of boomeranging. The distribution of BN currently stands at 163 USA and 68 overseas subscribers. Eight issues of "Boomerang News" costs only $10 in the USA; $12 in Canada and $20 overseas. You can subscribe by sending payment (make check or M.O. out to Ted Bailey) with your name, address & phone number to:


Ted E. Bailey

P. O. Box 6076

Ann Arbor, MI 48106




Boomerang News Calendar of Events

North America

16 May 1998 Toss Across America Betsylew Miale-Gix 425-485-1672 3351 236th St. S.W.; Brier, WA 98036-8421

24 May 1998 Gateway Classic Tom Fitzgerald 314-839-1604 1159 Holly River Dr.; Florissant, MO 63031

26 Jul-2 Aug '98 World Cup Championships Tom Fitzgerald 314-839-1604 1159 Holly River Dr.; Florissant, MO 63031

6 Sept. 1998 4th Illinios Classic Comp. Tony Brazelton 217-352-6184 2405 Lawndale Drive; Champaign, IL 61821

12/13 Sept. '98 2nd Outer Banks Comp. John Koehler 757-437-1185 210 60th St.; Virginia Beach, VA 23451



1 Feb 1998 NSW State Titles. Br. Brian M. Thomas (02) 9369 0675 131 Birrell St; Waverley NSW 2024; Australia

1 Feb 1998 Victorian Seamist Champs Bruce Carter (3) 93 00 23 74 21 Fran St.; Glenroy Melb. 3046; Victoria; Australia

1 March '98 Central Coast Champs Br. Brian M. Thomas (02) 9369 0675 131 Birrell St; Waverley NSW 2024; Australia

7/8 March '98 Long Distance Comp. Markus Peissard Tannenweg 3, 1734 Tentlingen, Switzerland

29 March '98 Eastern Suburbs Champs Br. Brian M. Thomas (02) 9369 0675 131 Birrell St; Waverley NSW 2024; Australia

2/3 May 1998 2nd Bielefelder Maitreff Lothar Haase 49 (5221) 85 50 70 Kattenschling 24; 32049 Herford; Germany

2/3 May 1998 Aussie National Comps. Br. Brian M. Thomas (02) 9369 0675 131 Birrell St; Waverley NSW 2024; Australia

9/10 May 1998 North Germany Comp Jürgen Küster +49 (5741) 12414 Linkestraße 3; 32312 Lübbecke; Germany

23 May 1998 Over 40 Competition Bruno Müller +49 (6232) 70494 Winterheimer Straße 27; 67346 Speyer; Germany

30/31 May 1998 Torneo Nazionale Roma B Maurizio Saba +31 (6) 653 8053 Via del trullo 122; 00148 Roma; Italy

30 M/1 Jun '98 22.nd Amstelveen Comp Erik Leferink +31 (70) 329 7857 Remmersteinstraat 157; NL-2532 AZ Den Haag; Holland

30 M/1 Jun '98 Rennes Team Comp F. Resmond-Richard ??? 99 84 61 48 17, Square A. Fergent, Appt. 93; 35000 Rennes; France

7/8 June 1998 Travemünde Beach Cup Eckhard Mawick +49 (451) 70 51 81 Wakenitzmauer 64; D-23552 Lübeck; Germany

19/21 June '98 1998 AMSBC Heikki Niskanen +358 17 2633211 Tasavallankatu 10 a 1, 70620 KUOPI; Finland

27/28 June '98 Kiel Week B. Cup Eckhard Mawick +49 (451) 70 51 81 Wakenitzmauer 64; D-23552 Lübeck; Germany

11/12 July 1998 1st Aalen Competition Peter Dürr +49 (7963) 1311 Eichenstraße 33; 73486 Adelmannsfelden; Germany

15/16 Aug 1998 6th Bielefelder B. Meet Lothar Haase 49 (5221) 85 50 70 Kattenschling 24; 32049 Herford; Germany

29/30 Aug 1998 DBC Birthday Party Eckhard Mawick +49 (451) 70 51 81 Wakenitzmauer 64; D-23552 Lübeck; Germany

XX Sept. 1998 7th Berlin Championships Gerhard Bertling +49 (30) 215 3008 Potsdamer Str. 150; 10783 Berlin; Germany

19/20 Sept. '98 12th Swiss Nationals Ruedi Salzmann +41 (3441) 11708 Bernstraße 28; 3324 Hindelbank; Switzerland

Aug/Sep 1998 Blacktown Championships Peter Lewry +61 (2) 96 22 29 27 ???; Australia

15 Nov. 1998 Blue Mtn. Championships Br. Brian M. Thomas (02) 9369 0675 131 Birrell St; Waverley NSW 2024; Australia

24/25 July '99 Boomerang Cup Eckhard Mawick +49 (451) 70 51 81 Wakenitzmauer 64; D-23552 Lübeck; Germany

December '99 Int'l Millenium Throw Earl Tutty +64 3 384 5405 17 Truscotts Rd.; Heathcote Valley; Christchurch 2; NZ

2000 World Cup Championships Rob Croll (03) 9887-5085 5 Tyson Ct.; Wantirna South; Victoria 3152; Australia

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