1984 Sydney, Australia

Final Standings Women

1. Eliana Rigato, Italy; 2. Annie Francois, France.

STEPLADDER FINALS WOMEN
               
Position Name Country   Name Country Results
               
1 Eliana Rigato Italy defeated Annie Francois* France 192 171
2 Eliana Rigato Italy defeated Ursula Eckcart* Germany 179 149
3 Ursula Eckcart* Germany defeated Kikuko Tanigaki Japan 199 161
4 Ursula Eckcart* Germany defeated Kitti Pranee*** Thailand 166 177
               
               
WOMEN'S RESULTS TOP 8
  Name Country Pinfall        
               
1 Annie Francois* France 1624        
2 Eliana Rigato Italy 1553        
3 Kikuko Tanigaki Japan 1537        
4 Kitti Pranee*** Thailand 1528        
5 Ursula Eckcart* Germany 1514        
6 Su-Yu Lin* Chinese Taipei 1455        
7 Hilde Reitermaier* Austria 1438        
8 Montse Badia* Spain 1398 Sportswoman of the Tournament    
               
               
WOMEN'S FIRST CUT AFTER 18 GAMES
Name Country        
               
1 Shelagh Leonard Great Britain 3390 High Game 278      
2 Annie Francois* France 3384        
3 Ursula Eckcart* Germany 3326        
4 G Fernandez Venezuela 3294        
5 Hilde Reitermaier* Austria 3261        
6 Su-Yu Lin* Chinese Taipei 3255        
7 Kitti Pranee*** Thailand          
8 Vivien Fung** Hong Kong 3226        
9 Montse Badia* Spain 3224        
10 M Kwak Netherlands 3216        
11 Kikuko Tanigaki Japan 3202        
12 Cheryl Munson Australia 3201        
13 L Hamun Indonesia 3199        
14 A Itkonen Finland 3194        
15 Eliana Rigato Italy 3188        
16 Jessie Lee* Malaysia 3176        
17 Dely Howald* Switzerland 3174        
18 I Joyal Canada 3170        
19 J S Joo Korea 3136        
20 Y Steffensen Denmark 3108        
21-32 NO INFORMATION            
               
Previous participant*
Previous champion+
               
Winner of the first Country Champion Award: Thailand
               

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