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Full results of the Street Workout Freestyle World Championship 2017.
Official WSWCF’s video from Street Workout Freestyle World Championship 2017 in Moscow, Russia is on our Youtube channel, link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aTjM5o_4aAc 
Street Workout World Championship 2017 organized by World Street Workout and Calisthenics Federation and sponsored by Moscow Sports Ministry, Kenguru Pro and Khimki Group.
Place, name, country, points:                    1 round 2 round TOTAL
1.Daniels Laizans (Latvia)                  52          50,5       102,5
2.Viktor Kamenov (Bulgaria)             51           48           99
3.Engku Mohd Ekhwan (Malaysia)   49          47,5        96,5
4.Thiago Tavares De Sa (Brazil)               39,5       42          81,5
5.Vitaly Melnyk (Ukraine)                         41,5        37          78,5
6.Sam Bursner (Germany)                        38           40          78
7.Mateusz Plachta (Poland)                      32,5        43,5       76
8.Serge Tevosyan (Armenia)                    39,5        34,5       74
9.Luis Becker (Spain)                                 32           40,5      72,5
10.Nemanja Tomasevic (Serbia)              33           38,5      71,5
11.Nicholas Wong (Hong-Kong)              35,5        35,5       71
12.Kaloyan Hristov (Bulgaria)                  35           34          69
13./14.Vyacheslav Kuksa (Belarus)         35,5       33          68,5
13./14.Antoinne Lacote (France               33          35,5       68,5
15.Payam Hassanejad (Iran)                     32,5       35,5       68
16.Semih Altunkaynak (Turkey)              34,5        33         67,5
17./18.Tommy Gilling (Netherlands)      30,5        34,5      65
17./18.Dan Rosenberg (Israel)                 28,5        36,5      65
19./20.Rasul Yadarov (Kazakhstan)       32           31,5       63,5
19./20.David Molitoris (Slovakia)           30          33,5       63,5
21.Nikita Shvansky (Russia)                     31           32           63
22.David Larsson (Sweden)                     29,5        33           62,5
23.Edgar Zindoga (Finland)                     28           32,5       60,5
24.Pauls Jemeljanovs (Latvia)                 26           34           60
25.Zsolt Papp (Hungary)                          25,5       33,5         59
26.Samuel Lacatus (Romania)                27           29           56
27./28.Sandor Kocs (Hungary)               25          29,5        54,5
27./28.Dylan Morgado (Switzerland)    24,5        30          54,5
29.Chibeb Khemiri (Tunisia)                   26           27,5        53,5
30.Achim Golles (Austria)                        27           26            53
31.Sergiu Manic (Portugal)                      25           26             51
32.Danek Hanak (Czech)                         22           29              51
33.Mosakay Musakaev (Russia)             32,5        18             50,5
34.Alexander Safaryan (Pridne.)            31,5        17,5           49
35.Hossein Bahrani (Iran)                       27           22             49
36.Akhram Beshir (Egypt)                       24           22             46
Female athletes:
Place, name, country, points:             1 round 2 round TOTAL
1.Galina Sidorenko (Russia)          26,5     36           62,5
2.Klaudia Gleidurova (Slovakia)   25       22,5        47,5
3.Simona Mateova (Slovakia)       23,5     23           46,5
4.Dineke Minten (Netherlands)         21           25           46
5.Elena Lyubenova (Bulgaria)            23,5       21,5         45
6.Judit Sziva (Finland)                        23           21            44
7.Lia Depagneux (France)                  22           20            42
8.Sandra Vazquez (Spain)                  21,5        17,5          39
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STREET WORKOUT FREESTYLE

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2017

OFFICIAL REGULATIONS

 

                                            APPROVED BY the Management Board of the

                                                     World Street Workout & Calisthenics Federation

                                                     On January 23, 2017, in Riga, Latvia


STREET WORKOUT FREESTYLE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2017

OFFICIAL REGULATIONS

The following regulations (“Regulations”) of the Street Workout Freestyle World Championship 2017 (“SW World Championship 2017”) have been developed by the World Street Workout & Calisthenics Federation (“Federation”) in cooperation with its member organizations. These Regulations are addressed to the organizations and persons responsible for organization of Street Workout Freestyle World Championship 2017 (“Organizers”) and street workout athletes participating (“Participants”) in the Street Workout Freestyle World Championship 2017. These Regulations are intended only for the use of the addressees for the purpose of ensuring the Street Workout Freestyle World Championship 2017. Any use, disclosure or copying of these Regulations in whole or in part not in accordance with their intended purpose is prohibited under the applicable law and requires prior express consent of the Federation.

There are separate Regulations for WSWCF Street Workout National Championships 2017 (each of them – “SW National Championship 2017”) developed by the Federation and available on the Federation’s official website www.wswcf.org. The WSWCF Street Workout National Championships 2017 conducted by the Federation’s member countries according to the said Regulations for WSWCF Street Workout National Championships 2017 will ensure qualification of the national athletes from those particular countries (each of them – “Country”) for participation in the Street Workout Freestyle World Championship 2017 in Moscow, Russia, as described below.

1. DATES OF THE SW WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2017 AND THE SW NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 2017
1.1 The SW World Championship 2017 will take place on July 29, 2017, in Moscow, Russia.
1.2 To duly qualify for the SW World Championship 2017, the Country has to organize the WSWCF SW National Championship 2017 of the Country and notify its results to the Federation, depending on the Country, until June 18, 2017 (including).
2. ORGANIZERS OF THE SW WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2017 AND THE SW NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 2017
2.1 The SW World Championship 2017 will be organized by the Federation and Moscow Sate Sport Department (MOSCOMSPORT).
2.2 The SW National Championship 2017 in every particular Country will be organized by the official member organization(s) of the Federation in that Country and/or other organization(s) loyal to the Federation.
3. GENERAL TERMS OF WSWCF SW NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 2017 OF THE COUNTRIES
3.1 The WSWCF SW National Championship 2017 of the Country must be organized as a live competition with athletes being present and competing against each other face-to-face.
3.2 Organizers of the WSWCF SW National Championship 2017 have to give equal opportunity of applying for participation in the competition to all athletes of the particular Country.
3.3 Only in an exceptional case and subject to receipt of prior consent from Federation, if it is not possible to organize live a competition due to financial, geographical or other serious reasons or obstacles, WSWCF SW National Championship 2017 of the Country may be organized as an online competition.
4. GENERAL TERMS OF SW WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2017
4.1 The SW World Championship 2017 will be organized as a live one-day competition with athletes being present and competing against each other face-to-face.
4.2 Each Participant of the SW World Championship 2017 will be officially representing his country, i.e., the Country that organized the WSWCF SW National Championship 2017 in which the particular Participant qualified for the SW World Championship 2017.
4.3 All Participants will be treated on equal terms, respecting their nationality, race and religion to the extent practically possible.
4.4 Winner of the SW World Championship 2017 will obtain the title of “Street Workout Freestyle World Champion 2017”.
5. REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PARTICIPANTS
5.1 All winners of the WSWCF SW National Championships 2017 of the Countries are allowed to participate in the SW World Championship 2017 according to Clause 13.1. of these Regulations.
5.2. Each Participant must have a valid health insurance (personally paid for or financed by a sponsor / supporter, etc.).
5.3 Each Participant must take full responsibility for his health condition and is personally liable for his actions and their possible consequences during both competition and free time.
5.4 The Participants must have legal rights to travel and enter Moscow, Russia, if they qualify for the SW World Championship 2017. Participants who are less than 18 years old must be able to travel alone without an adult companion.
5.5 The Participants must have at least basic knowledge of English language to be able to communicate with the Organizers.
5.6 If the Participant qualifies for participation in the SW World Championship 2017, but for any personal reason is unable to arrive at the competition venue in Moscow, Russia, his participation will be annulled and, if still practically possible, the vacant place offered to the next Participant in the reserve list pursuant to Clause 13.7. below. In case of any anticipated absence (whether planned or unplanned) the particular Participant must notify the Federation and the Organizer of the relevant SW National Championship 2017 as soon as reasonably possible.
5.7 If a Participant qualifies for SW World Championship 2017 and has obtained travel support from any organisation and has not travelled to SW World Championship 2017, the Participant has to fully refund the lost travel costs within one month or the Participant will be disqualified from competitions for the period of five (5) years.
5.8 All Participants traveling to SW World Championship 2017 have got to have enough money reserved to return back home, if they have been late for the airplane or any other serious situation occurs. Or there has to be a person back home who can help them solve this issue without interrupting the work of the organisers. WSWCF and other Organizers are not liable or responsible in such cases.
6. REQUIREMENTS FOR THE NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS AND COMPETITION TIME
6.1 It is reasonable to set a limit for the number of Participants taking part in the SW World Championship 2017 to be able to organize the event within the time, during which viewers are capable of keeping continuous interest in the competition.
6.2 Therefore, the Federation has set the maximum number of Participants from each Country allowed to participate in the SW World Championship 2017 as stated under Clause 13.1. and 13.2. of these Regulations.
6.3 The competition will consist of two (2) rounds – the first round will be the qualification round (“Qualification”) on July 22 and the second round will be the final round (“Final”) on the same day.  After the first round, the best of fifteen (15) male and five (5) female Participants will proceed to the second round. The rest of the Participants will discontinue the competition.
6.4 The time of the competition may be restricted (due to TV broadcasting requirements or other objective reasons).
6.5 In case of television broadcasting, technical intermissions may be applied during the competition.
7. RULES OF COMPETITION
7.1 The competition will be held on a stage (minimal area: 6 x 6 meters, height: 1 meter). There have to be at least the following metal constructions firmly attached to the stage: horizontal bar, parallel bars, and “monkey” bar. Additional constructions may be placed if coordinated with the Federation. Official World Championship equipment will be provided by the company Kenguru Pro.
7.2 The maximum performance time given for one Participant in Qualification is two (2) minutes.
7.3 The maximum performance time given for one Participant in Final round is three (3) minutes.
7.4 In case of special occasions (TV broadcasting requirements, etc.) maximum performance time given for one Participant in each round can be limited. The limitations will be applied equally to all Participants.
7.5 The order of the Participants will be drawn (selected by lottery) by the Federation before the SW World Championship 2017 and will be published on the Federation’s internet resources.
7.6 Each Participant may use his own selection of music which has to be submitted by the Participant to the Organizers in a data medium at the competition venue before the start of the competition. Those Participants, who will have failed to submit their personalized music selections, will perform with music chosen by a DJ.
7.7 During their performance, the Participants may perform any street workout elements to amaze judges and increase the evaluation.
7.8 During a performance each Participant is allowed to use gloves, additional weights, as well as other elements contributing to splendor of the athlete’s performance and making it more attractive.
7.9 In each round each Participant is allowed to use the help of another Participant for performance of one (1) element, but during the remaining performance time the Participant must be alone.
7.10 It is forbidden to perform or use insulting or offensive actions, gestures, and attributes towards other Participants, judges, or viewers.
7.11 Any offenses concerning national or racial hatred are categorically forbidden.
7.12 Dress-code. As street workout sport is distinctive from classical or sports gymnastics, the Participants must present themselves not only with a distinctive performance, but also with a distinctive choice of wardrobe. The requirements for the wardrobe are the following:
7.12.1 Participants must wear closed-toe shoes. Gymnastic shoes are not
7.12.2 Participants must wear long trousers or shorts that are not shorter than 5 cm above the knees. Jogging shorts or gymnastic shorts are not allowed.
7.12.3 Tight-fitting gymnastics shorts are not allowed.
7.12.4 The Participants are allowed to use special costumes that fit their chosen themes in order to highlight the richness of their          performance (e.g. James Bond, Batman, Zorro, etc.).
7.12.5 Any tight-fitting gymnastic suits are not allowed.
7.13 Participants may be required to perform a doping test according to the international regulations and requirements of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). By taking participation in the SW World Championship 2017 the Participants irrevocably agree to take, where appropriate, anti-doping tests.
7.14 If the results of the anti-doping test are positive, the guilty Participant will be disqualified from participation in official street workout events for a period of two (2) years.
8. SELECTION OF JUDGES
8.1 In the SW World Championship 2017 there will be a panel of six (6) independent judges which will be appointed by the Federation based on professional previous judging experience.
8.2 The judges must be well recognized and respected individuals within the street workout community, who have contributed to organization or development of the street workout sport in their respective countries or internationally. A judge must be a person with high morale, must be objective and shall have no conflicts of interest. The judges should be selected according to their real and verifiable contribution (e.g., judge is working with youth, is leading or facilitating street workout movement) and not only by their public image created by themselves in the social networks.
9. PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT
9.1 Judges cannot participate in the competition or assist during any performance of any Participant.
9.2 Each judge will assess the performance of each Participant by awarding him with a mark of “0” to “10” points in each round (the higher the mark awarded, the better was the performance). However, each judge will be responsible for assessing only one (1) criteria of the Participant’s performance as described below:
9.2.1 Static elements’ judge. The first (1st) judge shall give marks from “0” to “10” only for the static elements. This judge must be known as specialist in static elements, knowing all details and difficulties of moves.
Static elements are holds (not less than 3 seconds) and slow-motion power and strength moves, e.g. planche, human flag, front lever, back lever, slow muscle-up, etc.
9.2,1.1 The static elements’ judge may give a mark up to maximum of “3” points if the Participant within one round has shown only one (1) perfect static move.
9.2.1.2 The static elements’ judge may give a mark up to maximum of “6” points if the Participant within one round has shown only two (2) perfect static moves.
9.2.1.3 The static elements’ judge may give a mark up to maximum of “10” points if the Participant within one round has shown at least three (3) perfect static moves.
9.2.2 Dynamic elements’ judge. The second (2nd) judge. This category is divided in two sub-categories: (1) dynamic strength and (2) dynamic acrobatics.
9.2.2.1 The dynamic elements’ judge may give a mark up to maximum of “5” points if the Participant within one round has shown only dynamic strength moves.
9.2.2.2 The dynamic elements’ judge may give a mark up to maximum of “5” points if the Participant within one round has shown only dynamic acrobatic moves.
9.2.2.3 The dynamic elements’ judge may give a mark up to maximum of “10” points if the Participant within one round has shown dynamic strength and dynamic acrobatic moves.
Dynamic strength elements are muscle-ups, one arm pull-ups, handstand push-ups, etc.
Dynamic acrobatic elements are all spins, flips and other elements where momentum is mainly used.
9.2.3 Move combinations’ judge. The third (3rd) judge shall give marks from “0” to “10” only for combination of static and dynamic moves and elements. This judge has to be known as specialist in combinations or experienced in judging street workout freestyle events.
9.2.3.1 The combinations’ judge may give a mark up to maximum of “3” points if the Participant within one round has shown only static move combinations.
9.2.3.2 The combinations’ judge may give a mark up to maximum of “3” points if the Participant within one round has shown only dynamic move combinations.
9.2.3.3 The combinations’ judge may give a mark up to maximum of “10” points if the Participant within one round has shown at least 2 mixed static and dynamic move combinations. Mixed combination is accepted only, if at least 2 dynamic and 2 static elements are done within one combination.
Move combination is the flow of the Participant making transition from one element to another element, without stepping off the construction or stopping the routine on the floor. Move combinations’ judge must not evaluate any individual static or dynamic move and its quality.
9.3 Each judge must use the full range of marks (points) subject to regulations stated below. Full range of marks consists of “0”; “0.5”; “1”; “1.5”; “2”; “2.5”; “3”; “3.5”; “4”; “4.5”; “5”; “5.5”; “6”; “6.5”; “7”; “7.5”; “8”; “8.5”; “9”; “9.5”; “10”.
9.4 If the Participant has shown only good quality static elements, but has not shown any dynamic elements or combinations of moves and elements, then he may obtain up to “10” points only from the static elements’ judge. The other two judges must give “0” points.
9.5 If the Participant has shown only good quality dynamic elements, but has not shown any static elements or combinations of moves and elements, then he may obtain up to “10” points only from the dynamic elements’ judge. The other two judges must give “0” points.
9.6 If the Participant has shown good quality static and dynamic elements, but no combinations of moves and elements, he may obtain up to “10” points from both the static and dynamic elements’ judges. The move combinations’ judge must give “0” points.
9.7 If the Participant has shown only good quality static elements and combinations of moves and elements, but has not shown any dynamic elements, then he may obtain up to “10” points from both the static elements’ and move combinations’ judges. The dynamic elements’ judge must give “0” points.
9.8 If the Participant has shown only good quality dynamic elements and combinations of moves and elements, but has not shown any static elements, then he may obtain up to “10” points from both the dynamic elements’ and move combinations’ judges. The static elements’ judge must give “0” points.
9.9 Neither the 1st, 2nd, nor the 3rd judge(s) may give a maximum mark (“10” points) for the Participant’s performance in a particular round, if in that round the Participant has made a failure (also known as “mistake”).
9.9.1 The Participant can get the maximum of “9” points from each of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd judge(s), if during his performance in a particular round he has only one (1) failure.
9.9.2 The Participant can only get the maximum of “8” points from each of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd judge(s), if during his performance in a particular round he has two (2) or more failures.
From now on only falling from the bar with both hands or partly falling from the bar, with one hand still attached to the bar, will be considered as failure. All other failures except the previously mentioned are considered as “bad form” of elements and has to be taken into account by the judge of the particular category and will no longer be defined as failures.
9.10 Neither the 1st, 2nd, nor the 3rd judge(s) may give the maximum mark (“10” points) for the Participant’s performance in a particular round, if in that round the Participant has made a repetition of element.
9.10.1 The Participant can get the maximum of “9” points from each of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd judge(s), if during his performance in a particular round he has made only one (1) repetition of an element.
9.10.2 The Participant can only get the maximum of “8” points from each of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd judge(s), if during his performance in a particular round he has made two (2) or more repetitions of element(s).
Points for front lever and back lever will not be reduced, if the elements are done next after front lever in combination with front lever with one hand, or they are combined in a completely different routine as only 1 element out of minimum of 3 elements. Same applies to the back lever.
9.11 The marks will be given by each judge to each Participant in each round and then summed up together for both rounds. At the end of competition, the highest sum of points earned in both rounds will determine the winner.
9.12 The judges cannot give final marks for the first round before the last Participant has finished his performance (that is, before they have seen the performances of all Participants in the first round). The judges must take written notes during the first round, but may give final points only after the first round is completed. This will result in more accurate and objective performance assessment and marks. This rule does not apply to the second round.
9.13 In case the Participant ignores the requirements listed under Clause 7.12. of these Regulations, the Participant shall receive “0” points from all judges in that particular round.
9.14 Before the competition, each judge will be handed paperwork containing a table with all the necessary requirements, in order to facilitate the judges’ work. The specimen of the table will be prepared by the Federation and distributed to the Organizers during the preparation phase for the SWNC 2017.
9.15 Before the competition, all the judges must get acquainted with the regulations of the competition and must confirm their agreement to the regulations with their signature. In addition, judges must become acquainted with the special judging guidelines that must be provided for all of the judges by the Organizers.
9.16 In case of identical results (equal sum of points earned by two or more Participants) the judges will collegially and democratically decide the winner by presenting constructive arguments.
9.17 All the marks given by the judges have to be published immediately after compilation of the results.
10. COMPLAINTS ABOUT JUDGING
10.1 Complaints will be accepted only in case there is suspicion of dishonest (too high) evaluation for the benefit of the Participants, who did not present their best performance by executing all the requirements listed under Clause 9. of these Regulations. Complaints about too low evaluation will not be accepted due to the fact that each judge has the right to give low marks for, in his opinion, inadequate performance.
10.2 In situation when a Participant has received a low evaluation from only one judge – unlike the marks received from other judges – the complaint will be reviewed by the Advisory Board of the Federation.
10.3 The complaints must be submitted in writing to the designated representative of the Federation no later than one (1) hour after the announcement of the competition results. The complaint must be written as a formal letter addressed to the Federation.
10.4 The complaints will be reviewed if there will be at least three (3) complaints submitted by at least three (3) different Participants about the same judge. The validity of complaints will be determined by reviewing video materials of performance of the relevant Participants.
10.5 If the complaint is found to be justified and it is found true that a judge has subjectively given a higher score to a participant, who did not execute all the requirements listed under Clause 9. of these Regulations, the particular judge will not be allowed to judge in official street workout competitions organized by the Federation for a period of two (2) years.
10.6 If the complaint has led to detection of violation of these Regulations, the results of the competition will not be changed, but only the prohibition of judging will be imposed on the particular judge. This will prevent the judges from making false allegations.
11. VIEWER’S CHOICE AWARD
11.1 The Viewers’ Choice Award will be conducted as follows:
11.1.1 The format of the Viewers’ Choice Award will be designed by the Federation according to its insights and resources and sponsor’s requirements.
11.1.2 The Viewers’ Choice Award will be awarded to the Participant who has obtained the loudest ovations from the viewers, measured with a special sound level meter.
11.1.3 The Viewers’ Choice Award will not affect the judges’ evaluations and it will not grant the Participants the right to appeal the evaluations.
11.1.4 The Viewers’ Choice Award gives the awarded Participant a title that can be used in the further athlete’s career (The Winner of the Viewers’ Choice Award of the SW World Championship 2017).

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12. OTHER PROVISIONS
12.1 The Federation is entitled to invite at its own request special guests and representatives of the member organizations in addition to the Participants.
12.2 The program of the SW World Championship 2017 is intended only for the Participants and the special guests invited by the Federation.
12.3 In the event that any Participant brings along to the SW World Championship 2017 any other person (family member, relative, parent, child, friend, etc.), such Participant is responsible for covering all costs of such additional person (travel, accommodation, catering, entertainment, etc.). The Participants will be allowed to spend time with such persons only after the end of the competition.
12.4 The Federation is entitled to modify or supplement the above stated specific terms regarding the SW World Championship 2017, if, in the reasonable opinion of the Federation, it becomes necessary or useful based on the observations and experience of the Federation.
13. CRITERIA FOR SELECTION OF PARTICIPANTS FOR THE SW WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2017
13.1 In each Country the best one (1) Participant, except Countries listed under Clause 13.2., who receives the highest scores from the judges in SW National Championship 2017, will automatically obtain the right to participate in the SW World Championship 2017 (“Selected Participants”).
13.2 Based on SW World Championship 2016 male competition final round, following fifteen (15) Countries have the right to have two (2) Participants in male competitions:

  • Islamic Republic of Iran
  • Republic of Latvia
  • Republic of Bulgaria
  • Kingdom of Spain
  • French Republic
  • The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  • Russian Federation
  • Netherlands
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Republic of Finland
  • Republic of Hungary
  • Federal Republic of Germany
  • Republic of Poland
  • People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria
  • Arab Republic of Egypt

13.3 Based on SW World Championship 2016 female competition final round, the following five (5) Countries have the right to have two (2) Participants in female competitions:

  • Netherlands
  • United States of America
  • Slovak Republic
  • Russian Federation
  • Kingdom of Spain

13.4 Flight costs for Selected Participants of the SW World Championship 2017 will be covered by the WSWCF SW National Championship 2017 Organizer or Participants themselves. Hotel, local transportation after arriving to the hotel and food in Moscow will be covered by Moscow State Sport Department.
13.5 Each Selected Participant of the SW World Championship 2017 has to pay for his visa to Russia (if applicable) by himself. Also food, local transportation (to and from airport, within the Moscow city), entertainment and similar personal expenses outside of the competition schedule have to be paid by the Selected Participants themselves.
13.6 The health and travel insurance has to be made by each Selected Participant of the SW World Championship 2017 at his own cost.
13.7 The Selected Participant will be allowed to come to Moscow and participate in the SW World Championship 2017 only if he has signed a written Participation Contract with the Federation.
13.8 The Federation and the Organizers of WSWCF SW National Championships 2017 are not liable for any Selected Participant’s inability to travel to the SW World Championship 2017 competition venue. In case any Selected Participant from any Country does not have the possibility to travel, obtain visa to Russia, ensure the required insurance, or has any other reason preventing him from participation, the right to participate in the SW World Championship 2017 passes on to the Participant with the next highest score after the Selected Participant according to the final rankings in the WSWCF Street Workout National Championship of the particular Country.

On behalf of World Street Workout & Calisthenics Federation

Chairman of the Management Board                                                 Maris Slezins

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Blumstein was first asked how it feels to win the Main Event and with a stunned look on his face he could barely get the words out. “I’m still in shock. I thought I would get even more emotional that what I got in real time but it’s just the best feeling, I can’t even put it into words.”

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“I’m really happy with how I played tonight,” Blumstein continued. “I’m lucky enough to have good resources and hit up a buddy of mine who is really good at heads-up and three-handed poker. We went over what I should do and I was hoping to execute. I think tonight went really well.”

He spoke with Sarah Herring after all the chips were pushed his way.

PlacePlayerCountryPrize

1Scott BlumsteinUnited States$8,150,000

2Dan OttUnited States$4,700,000

3Benjamin PollakFrance$3,500,000

4John HespUnited Kingdom$2,600,000

5Antoine SaoutFrance$2,000,000

6Bryan PiccioliUnited States$1,675,000

7Damian SalasArgentina$1,425,000

8Jack SinclairUnited Kingdom$1,200,000

9Ben LambUnited States$1,000,000

The final day of the 2017 World Series of Poker Main Event got underway with only three players remaining. There was the big stack, Scott Blumstein, with over 226 million in chips; the short stack, Benjamin Pollak, with 46 million; and Dan Ott in the middle with 88 million.

With blinds starting at 1 and 2 million, there was play for all involved. Benjamin Pollak tweeted he had nothing to lose and everything to win, and that’s how he played.

The audience in the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino and those watching from home, didn’t need to wait long for fireworks. Blumstein, who had lost a bit to Ott early on, fired all three streets with nothing but the nut flush blocker on a board with three clubs. Ott had pocket eights with two overs on board and after some tanking, folded the best hand. Blumstein fist pumped and celebrated, Ott shrugged it off.

Pollak started getting short, open shoved and got some back, only to raise the river in a hand with the nut flush. Blumstein, who had bet the river, folded the second nuts after just a minute or so in the tank.

Blumstein widened the gap and was destined to face-off heads up soon enough as Ott doubled through Pollak. Pollak lost with eights to ace-queen suited and was left with just 12 big blinds. After some confusion over his chip count, the tournament was shortly paused to clear things up.

Not long after play resumed, Pollak doubled back up through Blumstein. The two got it in before the flop with Pollak holding ace-three to Blumstein’s five-four. Pollak had the best hand but was only a slight favorite. The board would not show any threat to his hand, though, and just like that, he was back in second position.

Still, Blumstein had over four times the chips his closest competitor had. As Ott doubled through Pollak with ace-three against queen-ten, it seemed like a heads up match between the two Americans was imminent. The lone Frenchman was down to fewer than 8 big blinds but tripled up the next hand as he pushed with jack-four suited. Ott called, but folded to Blumstein’s isolation shove. If Ott would’ve called, it would’ve been a 3-way all in and a double knock out could’ve decided the 2017 WSOP Main Event. That unicum didn’t happen as Ott folded and Pollak tripled up, hitting a jack against Blumstein’s king-ten.

Six hands later, the unique situation occurred again, and this time Pollak would hit the rail. Pollak shoved all in from the button, small blind Ott moved all in, and big blind Blumstein called to put them both at risk. Blumstein had the best hand with ace-queen up against the queen-ten of Pollak and king-nine of Ott. Ott hit a king on the flop, however, and as the turn and river bricked, he tripled and sent Pollak to the rail in third place.

At nine o’clock in the evening, the 2017 WSOP Main Event was heads up and it was down to two Americans fighting for the big money. Guaranteed $4,700,000, there was still a massive $3,450,000 to battle for, and the shiny bracelet flaunting on the bundles of cash in the middle of the table.

The long heads up match was characterized by conservative play by Ott, while Blumstein appeared to be a bit more at ease with the mano-a-mano duel. On top of that, Blumstein made more hands which made him extend his lead considerably.

After 65 hands of heads up, Ott doubled to once again get his hopes up. Those dreams of being able to lift the trophy were crushed the next hand, in hand 246 of the final table the chips went in and Blumstein would come out ahead. Ott was the favorite going in and lead with ace-eight to Blumstein’s ace-deuce till the river, but the deuce of hearts hit and the tournament was over. Ott was consoled by his rail, while Blumstein celebrated with his. Scott Blumstein was crowned the 2017 World Series of Poker Main Event champion, which netted him $8,150,000.

After hitting the deuce on the river Blumstein and his rail exploded. “I mean, is there a better way to win the Main Event, than hitting a three-outer on the river? A normally inconsequential deuce just changed my life. I was mentally preparing for 40 big blind poker but the river was a deuce and the rest is history.”

“At the end the chips didn’t go my way,” Ott said afterward. “The cards didn’t go my way. But I got second place in the third largest Main Event ever. I can’t complain about that.”

“I’ll definitely be able to play a lot more tournaments,” Ott added. “I’m going to come back next year for sure. It was an amazing experience. I’ll never pass this up again. Just keep playing, and try to win next time.”

If you are looking for Blumstein on the super high roller circuit in the coming years, don’t hold your breath. “I don’t have an ego in this game. I check my ego at the door. Just two weeks ago I was a New Jersey online grinder and nothing has really changed. Having the money, am I going to play a little more live poker? Probably. But I’m probably going to choose where I go based on location and what works for me as opposed to the buy-in of the tournament.”

With over $8,000,000 in his pocket now, the big question was what will you do with it. “Money doesn’t really motivate me, it doesn’t drive me. I didn’t want to win this thing for the $8 million, but with that being said it’s nice to have some freedom now. The goal was to get to a point where I can do whatever I want to do. And I think I’m going to have that opportunity now whether it’s poker, business, going back to school. I have the freedom to do that now. That’s the american dream in my eyes and finding happiness is part of that. What a good way to get there.”

The 2017 World Series of Poker has come to an end. A winner has been crowned in all of the 74 events. Nipun Java and David Bach took home 2 bracelets each. Liv Boeree and Igor Kurganov, John Racener, Chris Moorman, Christopher Frank, Dmitry Yurasov, Max Silver, James Obst, Mohsin Charania, Jens Lakemeier, Tom Koral, Elior Sion, and Chris Klodnicki were just a few of the players that won their first. Doug Polk, Bryan Yoon, Jesse Martin, Abe Mosseri, Mike Wattel, Frank Kassela, David Singer, Adrian Mateos, John Monnette, and several others added a shiny ornament to their collection.

2017 WSOP Player of the Year Provisional Standings

The 2017 WSOP player of the Year race is anything but over as the World Series of Poker Europe in Rozvadov later this year counts as well. The American part of the competition is over though, with Chris Ferguson (898.46 points) earning the provisional honors and the €10,000 WSOPE seat.

PositionPlayerPoints

1Chris Ferguson898.46

2Ryan Hughes876.35

3John Monnette865.21

4John Racener853.16

5Ray Henson768.49

6Ben Yu766.49

7Alex Foxen754.36

8Daniel Negreanu717.76

9Dario Sammartino710.96

10Kenny Hallaert686.81


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