Thanks to everyone who made the European Championships 2023 a great success!!!

Thanks to everyone who qualified and made it to the event. That's eight jugglers in the open category and eight jugglers in the women's category. Thanks to everyone who helped organise and run the event, particularly Juliane Kunzendorf.

And a big thanks to all our Patreon supporters, who provided enough funding to pay for the hire of the sports hall, catering and hosting costs, and contributed to the travel expenses of international competitors. If you'd like to help next year's event run smoothly, please consider becoming a Patreon supporter here:

Check out the highlights videos before reading the tournament results:

Congratulations to Paula Mühlmeyer for winning the 2023 Women's Tournament without losing a single match (10 wins, 0 losses), and taking the year-end number one spot in the 2023 Women's Rankings. Callie Lawrie took second at the European Championships and in the year-long rankings.

Bas Van de Kerkhof won the Open Tournament, and also ends the year as number one in the 2023 Open Rankings. In 2023 he also won the NJF and BJC Major tournaments, along with wins at Dortmund and Konvensie.

Jasper Moens ends the year in second place, with most of his points coming from wins at the EJC and Israel and his second place at the European Championships.

Jon Peat won the 2023 British Series, which determined the top combat player based purely on tournaments in the UK, and earned an automatic invite to the European Championships, though he would have qualified for the Open Tournament anyway. He secured seventh place at the tournament with three wins in group stage, and ends the year sixth in the Open Rankings.

Thanks again, and look out for exciting news about the 2024 season and tournament calendar!

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