Paganello XX: Amarcord
1-5 April 2010
Beach numbers by Jumpi
[junior division not considered]
the countries that have won Paganello in the open division: Germany (6), USA (6), UK (3), Austria (2), Italy (2)
the teams that have won Paganello in the open division: No Tsu Oh (5), Mir San Mir (4), UTI (3), Cota Rica (2), Groove Connection (2), Feldrenner (1), Wall City (1), Scandal (1)
the countries that have won Paganello in the women’s division: UK (8), Germany (4), USA (2), Italy (1), Finland (1), Australia (1)
the teams that have won Paganello in the women’s division: Bliss (7), Mir San Mir (3), Maitotytot (1), Tequila Boom Boom (1), Cake or Death (1), Pig Up (1), Ayers Frock (1), Coastal Tendencies (1), Air (1).
the countries that have won Paganello in the mixed division: USA (8), New Zealand (1), UK (1)
the teams that have won Paganello in the mixed division: Horned Melons (3), Huck Finn (3), KUPA (1), Poughkeepsie (1), Thrill Ride (1), Carbomb! (1)
the countries that have won Paganello (all divisions): USA (16), UK (13), Germany (10), Italy (3), Austria (2), Finland (1), New Zealand (1), Australia (1)
the countries that have won the Spirit Of The Beach (all divisions): UK (8), USA (7), Switzerland (4), Germany (4), Italy (3), Hungary (3), Canada (3), Ukraine (2), Austria (2), Spain (2), Finland (2), International (1), Ireland (1), Czech Republic (1), France (1), Netherlands (1), Belgium (1).
the British teams Paganello 2010 (21% of the total, last year it was 25%). It will be the 7th consecutive edition in which UK is the most represented country.
the German teams at Paganello 2010, second most represented nation.
the first ever Finnish team in the mixed division: ÄssäMix
the last year a German team (Feldrenner from Mainz) won Paganello. In the previous years, the German teams had won 62.5% of the editions (all divisions). From ’95 until ’97 (three times in a row), German teams won both the women’s and open division. From 2000, US teams have won 53% of the editions (16 out of 30) and the British teams 37%. Three teams only could break this domination: KUPA (New Zealand) in 2000, Cota Rica (Italy) in 2005 and Ayer Frocks (Australia) in 2006.
the times in which open, women’s and mixed Paganello was won by either a US or British team: 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008 and 2009
the times (record) Huck Finn have won the Spirit of the Beach: 2002, 2005, 2006
the finals lost by Old Ones (women’s division, against Bliss in 2001, Coastal Tendencies in 2002 and Cake or Death in 2007) and Collard Greens (open division, against UTI in 2001, No Tsu Oh in 2002 and Cota Rica in 2005),
the finals lost by SeXXXpensive (open division, against No Tsu Oh in 2004 and Scandal in 2008) and Lick my Love Pump (mixed division, against Horned Melons in 2003 and Huck Finn in 2007)
the finals lost by Huck Finn (mixed division, against KUPA in 2000, Carbomb! in 2005 and Horned Melons in 2006) before winning Paganello three times in a row (2007, 2008, 2009).
the finals played by Bliss (record in all divisions): 7 won, 2 lost (1999, 2006)
the finals played by No Tsu Oh (record in the open division): 5 won, 1 lost (2007)
the finals played by Huck Finn (record in the mixed division): 3 won, 3 lost
the teams that won Paganello at their first appearance: Bliss (1998), No Tsu Oh (2000), Carbomb! (2005), Ayer Frocks (2006) and Cake or Death (2007), Air (2009)
the new comers at Paganello 2009 (29% of the total): CGNU, Liquor and Cleats, STD Send That Disc, iPlay, Laywatch, Multiple Scorgasms, Golden Ants, Frizzly Bears, Disc Jockeys Dahlem, Tdisco, ÄssäMix, Cheek2Cheek, Swiss Milk, Brilliance, CUSB The Dumps, Copenhagen, Cutty Sharks, Kent, Inglourious Basterds, CUSB Swings, Cota Gold, Inside Rakete, Friesengeister, Yellow Block
the consecutive participations (2000-2010) of Scandal (open division)
the consecutive participations (1996-2010) of Team 42 (open division)
the nations represented at Paganello 2010
the junior teams which upgraded to the open division: Super Mannschaft in 2007, Tailspin in 2009, Willy & de Schelleks and Flugsaurier in 2010 (this team will not be completely consisting of ex-juniors). Best position of an ex-junior team: Super Mannschaft 18th in 2008.
the best position of a French team at Paganello: Iznogood (open) in 2009.
the best placing of a Swiss team at Paganello: 19 Stupid Sarah’s (women) in 1994.
the best placing of a Russian team at Paganello: Sharks (women) in 2007 and 2009. Four Russian teams will take part in Paganello XX: Stoly Ultimate, Brilliance, Cosmic Girls and Bivni. The first ever Russian team at the Beach was: Ju-Piter in 2002 (placed 37th in the open division)
the Polish team at Paganello XX: Inglourious Basterds. The first participation of a team from Poland was in 1999 (Horny Mermaids, 34th in 1998)
the participations (record for non Italian teams) of Zamperl (1995-2010) and Mir San Mir (1991-2006)
the best placing of a Swedish team at Paganello: Flying V’s (women) in 2000 and Stinks (open) in 2006.
the best placing of a Spanish team at Paganello: Guayota (mixed) in 2005 and Cremas Bravas (mixed) in 2007
the best position of a Danish team at Paganello: Copenhagen (mixed) in 2001, Ragnarok (open) in 2008 and Copenhagen Chicas (women) in 2009.
the year of the last and only victory of a Scandinavian team at Paganello: Maitotytot (women)
the first year when Paganello was held over the Easter weekend. Easter falls on the first Sunday, after the first full moon, after the 21st of March (Spring equinox). Therefore, Easter can never fall before the 22nd of March and after the 25th of April
the number of the Beach Zone (“Bagno Casilda”) where the Paganello main field was positioned in 1991, 1992, 1993 and 1995. In 1994 it was at Beach #30, from 1996 until 2001 (6 times) at Beach #1 and from 2002 until 2009 (8 times) at the Grand Hotel Beach. This year the City Of Paga will move to Beach #34.
the day of March 1991 when the first ever Paganello game (Inox Mare Cota Rica – Salutami ‘ntonio 12-3) was played.