AUSTRALIAN YOUTH BRIDGE BULLETIN
The January-May 2017 edition of the Australian Youth Bridge Bulletin is
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January-May 2017 Australian Youth Bridge Bulletin
AUSTRALIAN JUNIORS WIN GOLD IN WUHAN
The Australian Youth Bridge Team concluded a successful overseas tour in Wuhan,
China in August with an amazing come-from-behind victory in the Asia Pacific
Bridge Federation Youth Championships to overtake the host country in the final
round to take Gold.
AUSTRALIAN JUNIORS WIN SILVER IN ATLANTA
The 3rd World Youth Open Bridge Championships have completed in
Atlanta, August 3-11. Australia chalked up two silver medals losing the final
of the Junior teams to USA War of Roses and then finishing second in the
Board-a-match teams. For all of the results, etc. go to the
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about University Bridge
Did you know?
Players who have at most their 25th birthday in the current
year can join the ABF Youth Club for free. Details on the
ABF Youth club section. They also get a 50% discount on entry fees in
all ABF and ABF licensed events.
You can look up your masterpoints on the ABF Web site. Just visit the
Register as a youth bridge player.
Age limits for world youth bridge changed on 1/1/2011.
The 2013 APBF Juniors (prev. U26) Teams and the 2013 World Youth Congress will
be for those born in 1988 or later. ABF ANC Youth Events and Youth Club
eligibility have the same age limit.
The 2013 APBF Youngsters (prev. U21) Teams in will be for those born in 1993 or
World University Bridge competitions have a 'U28' limit and for 2013 will be
for those born in 1985 or later.
Except for the selection event for the international teams, events at the 2013
Youth week will be for those born in 1983 or later."
15th World Youth Team Championships
(13-23 August 2014)
ANC Interstate Youth Teams Sydney, 13-18
2nd Asia Cup)
(12-22 June 2014
Australian Youth Week Canberra, January 11-19,