Master 1: Olharan-Minvielle
Master 2: Olha-Minvielle
Master 3: Beaskoetxea-Lekerika (substituting for the injured Irastorza)
Master 4: Hormaetxea-Eyheragary (substituting for injured Irastorza)
The four teams in the SLAM competition were:
Master 1: Olharan-Lekerika
Master 2: Goikoetxea (substituting for the injured Olha)-Minvielle
Master 3: Beaskoetxea-Irastorza (returning from injury)
Master 4: Hormaetxea-Ihitsague (substituting for Eyheragaray)
All match scores and match articles are available at the Internationaux Cesta Punta site. Note: as of February 11, 2017 this link no longer worked. I was able to link directly to the match articles. Those links are below.
Full Match videos are also available at the Internationaux Cesta Punta Youtube site.
August 18, 2016:
First Semi-Final: Beaskoetxea-Irastorza defeated Hormaetxea-Ihitsague 2-0 (15-2, 15-9)
Full Match Video
August 23, 2016
Second Semi-Final: Olharan-Lekerika defeated Goikoetxea (substituting for the injured Olha)-Minvielle 2-0 (15-9, 15-9).
Jean Olharan's play of the season
Full Match Video
August 25, 2016:
Final: Beaskoetxea-Irastorza defeated Olharan-Lekerika 2-1 (15-7, 12-15, 5-3)
Full match video (Canal +--en Francais)
Full match video (EITB (Canal+ feed)--Euskararen)
Beaskoetxea finished with the best record and most championships for both competitions. He was 9-2 in 11 matches and 4-1 in 5 championship finals (Hondarribia--JAWT; Mutriku-Markina--JAWT; Master 3--ICP; and SLAM--ICP). He lost one final (Gernika II--JAWT). He played in 6 competitions all told. It was a remarkable performance.
MY ARTICLE: SLAM Final: commentary, enhanced linescores.
MY ARTICLE: Cumulative match records for all participants in both Internationaux Cesta Punta and Jai Alai World Tour Summer Partidos through the all eleven tournaments.