Austrian Open Vienna

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Austrian Open
Tournament information
Venue Hotel am Wienerberg
Location Vienna
Country Austria Austria
Established 2009
Organisation(s) WDV / BDO, category D / WDF category 2
Format Legs
Prize fund €1,440
Current champion(s)
Netherlands Danny Blom

The Austrian Open Vienna [1] is a darts tournament organised by the World Darts Federation. It has been held in Vienna, Austria since 2009.

List of tournaments[edit]

Year Men's Champion Runner-Up Women's Champion Runner-Up Youth Champion (Boys) Runner-Up (Boys) Youth Champion (Girls) Runner-Up (Girls)
2009 Greece John Michael France Cyril Blot France Carole Frison Hungary Zsófia Köntös Hungary Sándor Kömüves Austria Bernhard Tschinkowitz
2010 Austria Josef Kraus Austria Rowby-John Rodriguez Hungary Nóra Fekete Slovakia Katarina Nagyova Austria Rowby-John Rodriguez Austria Bernhard Tschinkowitz
2011 Czech Republic Michal Kocik Croatia Boris Krcmar Slovakia Katarina Nagyova Austria Jasmin Schauer Austria Rowby-John Rodriguez Austria Michael Tegl Germany Steffi Haller Austria Sophie Seiner
2012 Germany Max Hopp Denmark Vladimir Andersen Hungary Veronika Ihász Denmark Hanne Johnsen Germany Max Hopp Hungary Patrik Kovacs Russia Anastasia Klochek Russia Valeriia Shvetc
2013 Netherlands Remco van Eijden Austria Roxy-James Rodriguez Hungary Veronika Ihász Germany Stefanie Lück Russia Maxim Aldoshin Austria Rusty-Jake Rodriguez Russia Lidia Koltsova Hungary Vivian Czipó
2014 Wales Martin Phillips Austria Aaron Hardy Denmark Ann-Louise Peters Hungary Veronika Ihàsz Austria Fredi Gsellmann Austria Rusty-Jake Rodriguez Hungary Vivian Czipó Austria Samantha Lee Ostry
2015 Netherlands Danny Blom Netherlands Matthew Medhurst Hungary Veronika Ihàsz Switzerland Jeannette Stoop Austria Rusty-Jake Rodriguez Hungary György Vörösházi Hungary Vivian Czipó Hungary Bokor Boglárka
2016 Germany Robert Allenstein Netherlands Wouter Vaes Hungary Veronika Ihàsz Netherlands Marjolein Noijens Austria Rusty-Jake Rodriguez Germany Phillip Wunsch Hungary Bokor Boglárka Czech Republic Barbora Hospodářská

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Events Dairy-2016". bdodarts.com. British Darts Organisation. Retrieved 12 January 2016. 

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