The first of three days of the teams competition in the 2012 Boomerang World Cup, just outside São Paulo, has come to an end. You can follow the scores day-by-day on the German boomerang scores site.
An out-of-date list of team members can be found on the WBC 2012 site. Hopefully we’ll be able to bring you an update on that shortly.
After the first day the mixed team BoomerGang (which apparently includes the likes of three-time individual World Champion Manuel Schütz, the top two Italian throwers Andrea Sgattoni and Alessandro Benedetti, and Dutchman Lars Overzee) has the tiniest of leads on the top German team, with the main American and Japanese teams a chunk of ranking points behind already.
The Australians are currently smack bang in the middle of the field at eighth overall, with their best result in Team Supercatch, where they were well clear of most of the teams.