1. World Crossminton Day 2019
2. ICO tournaments 2019 and 2020
3. German Open

Promotion "World Crossminton Day 2019" powered by Speedminton®

Yes, what are those flying objects? To open the 2019 season we want to let the speeders fly worldwide. And we need your support! The idea is to offer an "open house day" in as many places around the world as possible at the same time (of course with regard to time differences) in order to show the great sport of Crossminton to as many people possible and to get everyone excited about it.

On the first May weekend (4./5.5.2019) we invite all clubs to play on busy squares, parks, street parties or wherever you find nice people ... to open the outdoor season!


- The registration takes place via the registration form

You get more information from Charly Knobling

or/and on the ICO-Website:

ICO Tournaments 2019 and 2020

The schedule of 500 points tournaments will be published on 14th November 2018. 

You can send your applications for 250 and 100 points tournaments to until 3 months before the tournament. We will not accept any later application!

If you are interested in organizing the European Championships 2020, you can send your application to until 31th December 2018. 

Furthermore we are testing the MASTERS tournament on 9th December 2018 in Pardubice. If you are interested to organize this tournament in 2019, you can send your application till 31th December 2018 to . The full rules and applications requirements will be published after the test tournament in 2018.

Bruck welcomes the world elite for the 2nd time

Fürstenfeldbruck – The ICO German Open 2018 took place in Fürstenfeldbruck from 19.-21.10.18

The Wittelsbacher Halle hosted athletes from fourteen nations for three days to compete for the German Open title.
Following the success of last year’s German Open in Fürstenfeldbruck, Charly Knobling was encouraged to secure the biggest international crossminton tournament in Germany in 2018 again.

The sport which was played is called Crossminton and is the fast-paced sibling of tennis, squash and badminton. The Wittelsbacher and the Realschule gym were reserved exclusively for the still somewhat exotic- looking trend sport.

Charly Knobling is an executive of the World Crossminton Federation ICO and the chairman of the Fürsty Speeders. Besides all the work he had in his multiple positions, he decided to still compete on court. Charly did not want to miss to participate in his home town. The 57-year-old local managed to reach the quarter-finals in the O50 age group. There he was then eliminated by the tournament winner.

The ICO German Open Is an open ICO 1000 points tournament. This category is awarded worldwide only five times a year. That is why it is not surprising that 16 of the best twenty players an a total number of 130
players participated in eleven categories. The tournament even had players participating from Japan and Russia.
“Too bad the seven Indian players registered for the tournament did not get a visa,” Knobling said. “That would have spread even more diversity into the tournament!” The number one player, Petr Makrlik (Czech Republic) did not spare with praise, “The tournament is well organized and also showed off many, super exciting games for the spectators.”
I really look forward to the German Open 2019 ” a player from Münster told us.

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