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2011 WBMC Results

Moustaches
Natural Wolfgang Schneider Germany
Andreas Rellfelt Sweden
Bo Jonsson Sweden
English Tony Wiess Switzerland
Jeffrey Moustache USA
Jake Snake UK
Dali Juhana Helmenkalastaja Finland
Max Pankow Germany
Jeff Well USA
Imperial Giovanni Dominice USA
Benjamin Juergens USA
Eugen Hipp Germany
Hungarian Bruce Roe USA
Per-Dagfinn Pettersen Norway
Tore Moan Norway
Freestyle Keith “Gandhi Jones” Haubrich USA
Jan Haakon Bekkavik Norway
Evan Gillespie Canada
Partial Beards
Natural Dusan Lalos Germany
Wolfgang Servay Germany
Piero Mastrorosa Italy
Fu Manchu Lutz Giese Germany
Ted Sedman UK
Bob Gengler Alaska
Musketeer Juergen Draheim Germany
Frazier Coppin UK
Joerg Biland Switzerland
Imperial Karl-Heinz Hille Germany
Terje Aaberg Norway
Ronnie Coosemans Belgium
Sideburns Freestyle Bill Mitchell USA
Roger Eriksen Norway
Juergen Burkhardt Germany
Freestyle Dieter Besuch Germany
Franz Mitterhauser Austria
Paul Kallenborn Germany
Full Beards
Natural Rooty Lundvall USA
Jack Passion USA
Alois Plettl Germany
Natural with Styled Moustache Burke Kenny USA
Albert Schmidt Switzerland
Bernd Kopiak Germany
Verdi Karl Roos Switzerland
John Myatt USA
Travis Nance USA
Garibaldi Fritz Sendlhofer Austria
Doug Renfro USA
Devin Cara USA
Freestyle Elmar Weisser Germany
Hans-Peter Weis Germany
Gerhardt Knapp Germany
Best in show Elmar Weisser Germany

2011 World Beard and Moustache Championships – Trondhjem (Trondheim), Norway

The 2011 World Beard and Moustache Championships will take place on May 15, 2011, in Norway’s facial hair capital, Trondhjem (known as Trondheim to the uninitiated). This time it’s the Norwegian Moustache Club that’s pulling out all of the stops to welcome the world’s facial hair elite.

The competition will take place in approximately sixteen categories ranging from the delicate Dali moustache to the anything-goes full beard freestyle.

Trondhjem is the home of the Nidaros Cathedral, where Norway crowns its kings. Construction of the cathedral began in approximately 1060 as a great church worthy of sheltering the body of St. Olav, the former Viking who converted Norway to Christianity in the 11th Century. For this reason, locals consider Trondhjem the true capital of Norway.

The championships coincide with Norway’s annual national celebration on May 17. The new world champs and other contestants will be invited to participate in the parade through Trondhjem for the festivities.

Hei, hei Norge!

Stay tuned for information on competing, and come on the American group trip.

The 2011 World Beard and Moustache Championships will take place on May 15, 2011, in Norway’s
facial hair capital, Trondhjem. This time it’s the Norwegian Moustache Club that’s pulling out all of the
stops to welcome the world’s facial hair elite.

The competition will take place in approximately sixteen categories ranging from the delicate Dali
moustache to the anything-goes full beard freestyle.

Trondhjem (known as Trondheim to the unitiated) is the home of the Nidaros Cathedral, where Norway
crowns its kings. Construction of the cathedral began in approximately 1060 as a great church worthy
of sheltering the body of St. Olav, the former Viking who converted Norway to Christianity in the 11th
Century. For this reason, locals consider Trondhjem the true capital of Norway.

The championships concide with Norway’s annual national celebration on May 17. The new world
champs and other contestants will be invited to participate in the parade through Trondhjem for the
festivities.

Hei, hei Norge!The 2011 World Beard and Moustache Championships will take place on May 15, 2011, in Norway’s
facial hair capital, Trondhjem. This time it’s the Norwegian Moustache Club that’s pulling out all of the
stops to welcome the world’s facial hair elite.

The competition will take place in approximately sixteen categories ranging from the delicate Dali
moustache to the anything-goes full beard freestyle.

Trondhjem (known as Trondheim to the unitiated) is the home of the Nidaros Cathedral, where Norway
crowns its kings. Construction of the cathedral began in approximately 1060 as a great church worthy
of sheltering the body of St. Olav, the former Viking who converted Norway to Christianity in the 11th
Century. For this reason, locals consider Trondhjem the true capital of Norway.

The championships concide with Norway’s annual national celebration on May 17. The new world
champs and other contestants will be invited to participate in the parade through Trondhjem for the
festivities.

Hei, hei Norge!