Results from the 2016 Inas World Tennis Championships
Athletes Without Limits congratulates all the players who recently competed in the 2016 Inas World Championships for high-performance players with intellectual impairment.
Top athletes from Australia, Belguim, Czech Republic, Italy and the United States came to Sea Colony Tennis Resort in Bethany Beach, Delaware for the 5-day tournament, which took place June 10-19th.Â A special thank you to the coaches, USTA officials, volunteers, parents, our hosts at Sea Colony Tennis Center and event sponsors who helped make the first US hosted Inas event such a success.
Inas International Tennis Sport Director Lesley Whitehead described Sea Colony’s Tennis Center and accommodation as among the best she’s ever seen as a player, coach, or director participating throughout the world.
MEDIA & PHOTOS
- Athletes Without Limits Facebook Page
- DelmarvaNow Feature Article & Photos
- Sea Colony Tennis Blog & Facebook Page
Special thanks to our event sponsors including host organization Athletes Without Limits, The Fried Family, Champion System Clothing, PTR Foundation, Kim & Don Richards Family Foundation,Â USPTA Foundation, Skratch Labs and to critical local supporters including Sea Colony Tennis Center, ResortQuest, G&E Hockers Markets, Candy Kitchen, Armand’s Pizzaria and The Pig+Fish Restaurant.
Full tournament information can be found on the USTA website and Inas Results PDF.
- Gold Hanne Lavreysen (BEL)
- Silver Kelly Wren (AUS)
- Bronze Brittany Tagliareni (USA)
- Gold Archie Graham (AUS)
- Silver Ondrej Sedlisky (CZE)
- Bronze Mitchell James (AUS)
- Gold Gielis/Lavreysen (BEL)
- Silver Lenarduzzi/Wren (AUS)
- Bronze Richards/Tagliareni (USA)
- Gold Graham/Phillips (AUS)
- Silver Holloway/James (AUS)
- Bronze Jerhot/Sedlisky (CZE)
- Gold Phillips/Wren (AUS)
- Silver Fens/Lavreysen (BEL)
- Bronze Graham/Lenarduzzi (AUS)
- Gold Australia A (Graham/Phillips)
- Silver Czech Republic A (Sedlisky/Hus)
- Bronze Australia B (James/Holloway)
- Gold Belgium (Lavreysen/Gielis)
- Silver Australia (Wren/Lenarduzzi)
- Bronze USA (Tagliareni/Diachenko)
Overall Medal Count by Country
- Australia 11
- Belgium 4
- Czech Republic 3 & USA 3
We look forward to taking our growing US team to the 2017 Inas Tennis World Championships, which will take place April 9-15, 2017 at Bolton Arena in the United Kingdom.