Nicholas Duran Wins His Fourth Junior World Championship

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Juniors Under 13 World Champion
Congratulations to Nick Duran on earning his 4th junior world title at last week’s Amateur World Championships. Hailing from Pinetop, Arizona, Nick has now racked up 4 World Championship titles. He won three straight in the ages 10 and under division from 2007 to 2009. This time it was the 13 and under division, which Nick dominated, cruising to an 18-throw victory over good friend Brock Dowell.

Christian Dietrich again proves he’s the top player in Montana, winning at the Mystery Ranch Open in Bozeman. Gregg Hosfeld sored the win in masters, and is probably motoring the rest of the way to Santa Cruz for the World Championships now.

In Glide, Oregon, Nathan Sexton cruised to a win while Paul Ulibarri finished third in the open division. Adam Hunt gets another win at the PITT Open in Kansas, while Russ Burns takes third.

Brian Schweberger brought home the “Maillot Jaune”… that’s French for yellow jersey.. AKA, the win, at the Tour de Richmond.

Santa Maria Open

At the Santa Maria Open, Patrick Brown showed why he’s the best Masters player in California, winning after going to bed Saturday with an eight stroke buffer on second place. In the open division, Will Schusterick was leading after day one, with Joe Rovere just a stroke back. Will finished in second place, Ricky Wysocki climbed into third, and Rovere finished fifth.

We would like to congratulate all the new World Champions at the Am Worlds in Rochester, and wish all the players good luck at next week’s Professional World Championships in Santa Cruz/Watsonville/Monterey, CA. Go get ’em!