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WMF Celebrates Pride in June and All Year Long

June has been a very busy month for miniature golf around the world and in addition to the return of major competitons, June also marks the celebration of Pride Month, which commemorates the LGBTTIQ+ community and the beginning of the LGBTTIQ+ rights movement with the Stonewall Riots. At the World Minigolf Sport Federation (WMF), we celebrate that the sport of minigolf embraces diversity at all levels. 

Embedded in the WMF core values of Teamwork and Respect is that we do not tolerate discrimination of any type, including discrimination of LGBTTIQ+ individuals. We encourage our players and members to celebrate their pride on the minigolf course, and in their daily lives including on social media, not only during June but all year around.

Let's show the world that all love is welcome on the minigolf course! 

Aki Sillman and Finland Dominate at WAGM

Kuopio, Finland - The World Adventure Golf Masters (WAGM) wrapped up on June 19th and there was plenty of medals for the host country putters. On the final day, Aki Sillman from Finland took the overall gold medal as well as securing the mixed pairs gold with Mia Vuorihovi.  He also finished first in the men's general class and as part of Finland Team 1 finished first in the teams competition.  See the links below for more information.

Minigolfnews Full WAGM 2022 Article

Live Stream (Repeat) of Super Final & Mixed Pairs Final

Final Results

Final Results - Mixed Pairs

WAGM 2022 Continues in Finland - Live Scoring

The best adventure golfers in the world continue their competition this weekend in Kuopio, Finland.  Six rounds are complete with the 7th round for individual categories and final rounds for overall winner and mixed pairs to come.  Follow the live scoring here and visit the WMF Facebook page for other media content. 

World's Leading Minigolf Players Competing at WAGM 2022

World Adventure Golf Masters 2022 will be held in Bellanpuisto, Kuopio June 17-19th. Altogether 99 players from 13 countries, including India and a couple of African countries, will compete for the trophies.

An Exciting Competition Ahead

Big minigolf countries such as Sweden, USA and Czech Republic are among the participating countries; host country Finland is also expected to succeed.  

Among the participants are Swedish Gunnar Bengtsson, the 2019 men’s category and general category winner and Annelie Lundell, women’s senior category winner. Both Daniel Vlcek from Czech Republic, men’s category 2018 winner, and Daniel Moser from Switzerland, the general category 2018 winner will challenge Bengtsson at Kuopio.

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