2015 European Bowling Tour #6


No changes atop the leaderboard in Brunswick Euro Challenge after Tuesday's Squads 4 & 5

Germany's Tobias Börding leads 82-player field with 1425; Andreas Bösiger (SUI), Anže Grabrijan, (SLO), Missy Parkin (USA) move into top 10; score to make the cut in 52nd place is 1098 (183 average)

2014BWCTobiasBording2_small.jpg2015EmirCupDanielleMcEwan_small.jpgThere were no changes atop the leaderboard after Tuesday's Squads 4 & 5 at the 12th Brunswick Euro Challenge currently underway in Munich, Germany. Germany's Tobias Börding (l.) continued to lead the 82-player with 1425 and an average of 237.50. Danielle McEwan (r.), United States, was the best of 14 women in second place with 1400 including 48 pins handicap. Three players of Squad 4 moved into the top 10 Tuesday.

2014 ABT Tour TOC


Yousif Falah, Chan Shuk Han emerge as 2014 ABF Tour Tournament of Champions


Yousif Falah (l.) of Bahrain and Hong Kong's Chan Shuk Han (r.) won the 2014 ABF Tour Tournament of Champions Tuesday afternoon at Cozmo Bowling Center in Salmiya City, Kuwait. In the men's title match, Falah defeated Yannaphon Larp-apharat of Thailand, 187-155, to claim the title and the $20,000 top prize. On the women's side, Chan topped Wendy Chai of Malaysia, 221-183, to earn her second title and the $10,000 first place check.

2014 ABF Tour TOC


Indonesia's Lalisang, Limansantoso lead top 8 men and women into quarterfinals

Players to determine the champions in Tuesday's single-elimination bracket finals

2015AsCRyanLalisang2_small.jpg 2014AsianGamesSharonLimansantoso_small.jpgRyan Lalisang (l.) and defending women's champion Sharon Limansantoso (r.) topped men's and women's Round One of the ABF Tour Tournament of Champions to lead the top eight players into Tuesday's single-elimination bracket finals at Cozmo Bowling Center in Salmiya City, Kuwait. The single-elimination bracket finals feature one-game matches. The men's champion will receive the US$20,000 top prize while the women's champion will walk away with US$10,000.



British Tenpin Bowling Association and MFA Bowl Ltd. announce partnership

20150314MFAChairmanMehdiAfsharBTBAChairmanRonGriffin_small.jpg The British Tenpin Bowling Association and MFA Bowl Ltd. have announced a ground breaking partnership for the benefit of BTBA members. L-R MFA Chairman Mehdi Afshar and BTBA Chairman Ron Griffin. With immediate effect MFA recognizes the role and work of the BTBA as the National Governing Body for Tenpin Bowling in England and has committed to work to encourage the growth of BTBA membership through BTBA sanctioned leagues within MFA centers.

2015 ABF Tour #3


Indonesia's Ryan Lalisang posts big numbers to win ABF Tour Kuwait leg

2015ABFT03RyanLalisang_small.jpgRyan Lalisang (pictured) of Indonesia posted big numbers on his way to the title in the ABF Tour Kuwait leg Sunday at Cozmo Bowling Center in Kuwait. Lalisang ousted Ayad Al-Ameeri of Kuwait in the opening round, 222-172, and went on to defeat Yousef Al-Jaber of Qatar in the quarterfinal, 258-240, and Mohammed Janahi of Bahrain in the semifinal, 220-186. In the championship match, Lalisang flew past Aseel Al-Roomi of Kuwait to wrap up the title, 267-179.



American Brad Angelo wins 12th Kuwait International Open from top seed

2015KuwaitOpenBradAngelo_small.jpg2015KuwaitOpenTommyJones_small.jpgBrad Angelo (l.), United States, used a seven bagger to defeat compatriot Tommy Jones (r.), in the championship match of the 12th Kuwait International Open, 257-191, to win the title and the $25,000 top prize, Saturday in Salmiya City, Kuwait. Jones received $12,000 for second place. DJ Archer, USA, got $8,000 for third place, Michael Mak of Hong Kong took $6,000 for fourth place, and Finnish-American Mika Koivuniemi pocketed $5,000 for fifth place.

2015 European Bowling Tour #5


Gibraltar's Adam Shrubb stuns 16-time champion Paul Moor; wins Gibraltar Open 2015

Swedes Peter Nordensen, Pontus Andersson, Gibraltar's Adam Shrubb and 16-time EBT champion Paul Moor, England, to bowl for the title; Norway's Heidi Thorstensen wins women's ranking

2015EBT05Top4_small.jpgLocal favorite Adam Shrubb stunned England's Paul Moor in the title match over two games total pins, 436-417, to win his first European Bowling Tour title in the inaugural Gibraltar Open 2015 and the 3.500 British Pounds top prize or 4.850 Euro Sunday at King's Bowl in Gibraltar. Moor, who owns record 16 EBT titles, had to settle for second place, worth £2.000. Top-seeded Swedes Peter Nordensen and Pontus Andersson finished in third and fourth place, respectively.



Jesper Svensson defeats Jason Belmonte to win 13th Bahrain International Championship

Swedish two-handed lefty wins his first PBA title and second World Bowling Tour title along with the $25,000 top prize


In a title match between two two-handed players, Jesper Svensson (center) defeated Jason Belmonte (l.) of Australia, 258-244, to win the 13th Kingdom of Bahrain International Bowling Championship Saturday at Ozone Entertainment Center in Sitra. The 20-year-old reigning World Youth Masters champion won his first PBA title and his second World Bowling Tour title along with the $25,000 top prize. Belmonte defeated Mika Koivuniemi (r.) in the semi-final match, 214-206.

Bowlingdigital TV


Bowlingdigital.com video from the 2013 World Championships reaches 1M views

2013WCMensVideo2_small.jpg One of the videos Bowlingdigital.com has produced during the 2013 WTBA Bowling World Championships at Sunset Station's Strike Zone bowling center in Henderson, Nev., USA, has reached one million views. This video, directed by Flavio Cuva, focuses on the hand position and ball release of the male bowlers and the various styles and different lines played by the bowlers from 36 countries.

World Bowling News


World Bowling makes pitch for bowling's inclusion in the 2020 Olympic Games


2014WorldBowlingLogo_small.jpgKevin Dornberger, President and CEO of World Bowling and the World Tenpin Bowling Association has informed the WTBA member federations, Executive Board and Committee members and the media that the sport of tenpin bowling has made its pitch to the Japanese Olympic Committee and the Tokyo Organizing Committee for bowling's inclusion in the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. To read the President's letter

2015 World Bowling Tour #8


Indonesia's Tannya Roumimper becomes second woman to win the H.H. Emir Cup

Collegiate star defeats Qatar's Khaled Al-Dossari in the title match, 516-430, to earn the $25,000 top prize

2015EmirCupTannyaRoumimper_small.jpgTannya Roumimper (pictured) became the second woman to win the H.H. Emir Cup when the Indonesian defeated local favorite Khaled Al-Dossari, 515-430, over two games total pins to capture the World Bowling Tour title and the $25,000 top prize Friday, February 27, at Qatar Bowling Center in Doha, Qatar. Roumimper followed in the footprints of former Malaysian standout Shalin Zulkifli, who was the first woman to win the Emir Cup back in 2005.

2015 European Bowling Tour #4


Kamilla Kjeldsen defends her title in 9th International Wroclaw Open by Hammer

In a re-match of last year's finale, Kjeldsen out-strikes top-seeded Jaroslav Lorenc (CZE), 508-410

2015EBT04JaroslavLorenc2_small.jpg2015EBT04KamillaKjeldsen2_small.jpgIn a re-match of last year's title match, defending champion Kamilla Kjeldsen (pictured left) of Denmark oubowled top-seeded Jaroslav Lorenc, Czech Republic, 508-410, to win her second consecutive European Bowling Tour title and the 4.250 Euro top prize in the 9th International Wroclaw Open by Hammer Sunday evening at Galeria Rozrywki Miraz bowling center in Wroclaw, Poland. It was the 29th victory by a women on the European Bowling Tour.

2015 PBA Tour #2


Bohn wins PBA Players Championship in overtime, ties Roth with 34th title

Strike on second sudden-death shot ends dramatic championship match

2015PBA02ParkerBohnIII_small.jpgParker Bohn III of Jackson, N.J., struck on his second shot in sudden-death to win the PBA Players Championship at Woodland Bowl, earning his 34th career title and moving into a tie for fifth place on the all-time PBA career titles list with legendary star Mark Roth. The 51-year-old left-hander received a $25,000 winner's check. The finals were held in conjunction with the Tournament of Champions at Woodland Bowl in Indianapolis, Ind., on February 14 and aired Sunday, Feb 22, on ESPN.



Massachusetts' Hakim Emmanuel rolls 900 series

20150219HakimEmmanuel900_small.jpg Hakim Emmanuel (pictured) of Stoughton, Massachusetts, admitted that his palms were sweaty and his bowling ball felt heavier than ever as he put the finishing touches on the first perfect game of his bowling career Thursday night, but that was nothing compared to the nerves he felt two games later when he found himself on the verge of history with a chance at a third consecutive 300 game and a 900 series. He delivered the strike to become the 26th bowler to record a perfect series.

2015 World Bowling Tour


Dom Barrett, Kelly Kulick sit atop World Bowling Tour Rankings

2015EBT01DominicBarrett_small.jpg2014PBAKellyKulick2_small.jpgDom Barrett (l.) and the United States' Kelly Kulick (r.) sit atop the World Bowling Tour rankings. Double points were awarded at the Masters, which is a major event on the World Bowling Tour schedule. Barrett earned 26 points and leads the points list with 614 points. Kulick did not compete but still leads the field with 558 points. The next event on the World Bowling Tour schedule is the H.H. Emir Cup in Doha, Qatar, from Feb. 22-27.

PBA Awards


Australia's Jason Belmonte wins second consecutive PBA Player of the Year Award

Marshall Kent is Rookie of Year; Brett Spangler wins Nagy Sportsmanship Award, Missy Parkin receives Reyes Community Service Award

2014PBAAwardWinners_small.jpgWith another outstanding record in 2014 PBA Tour major championships, Australian two-handed competitor Jason Belmonte picked up where he left off in 2012-13 to earn his second consecutive GEICO Chris Schenkel PBA Player of the Year award. Belmonte, along 2014 Harry Golden PBA Rookie of the Year Marshall Kent, Steve Nagy Sportsmanship Award winner Brett Spangler and Tony Reyes PBA Community Service Award winner Missy Parkin, were recognized Monday.

2015 AsC


Ryan Lalisang, New Hui Fen win Men's and Women's Masters title at 23rd Asian Championships

Blu-O Rhythm & Bowl Ratchayothin in Bangkok, Thailand (January 15-26, 2015)

2015AsCMastersChampionsRyanLalisangNewHuiFen_small.jpgRyan Lalisang (l.) of Indonesia and Singapore's New Hui Fen (r.), who dominated the match play rounds to earn the No. 1 seed for the stepladder finals, finished with big games to end the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships with victory in Men's and Women's Masters Monday, January 26 at Blu-O Rhythm & Bowl Ratchayothin in Bangkok, Thailand. Korea led the medal tally with six gold, four silver and five bronze medals.

Industry News


Juan Cabezas named President and Chief Growth Officer of QubicaAMF

Cabezas will lead all marketing, sales and product management functions for the company and drive growth

2014BWCJuanCabezas_small.jpgQubicaAMF Worldwide, the leading manufacturer of bowling and mini bowling products, has announced that Juan Cabezas (pictured) has been appointed President and Chief Growth Officer and will lead all marketing, sales and product management functions for the company. In his capacity of President of the company, he will also represent QubicaAMF in the market place with customers and industry stakeholders. Cabezas joined QubicaAMF in April 2014 as Senior Vice President, Global Sales & International Service.

2015 WSrC


Bulletin No. 1 is out for 2nd World Seniors Championships

Sam' Town Bowling Center in Las Vegas, Nev., USA (Aug. 23-30, 2015)

2011WTBALogo_small.jpgThe World Tenpin Bowling Association has released Bulletin No. 1 for the 2nd World Seniors Championships which will be held Aug. 23-30, 2015 at 56-lane Sam' Town Bowling Center inside Sam's Town Hotel and Gambling Hall in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. To participate in the second edition of the championships for men and women 50 years of age and above, players must be born December 31st, 1965 or before.

2014 MWC Abu Dhabi


4th Men's World Championships concludes in Abu Dhabi, UAE

Video 10 - Review the highlights of the 2014 Men's World Championships

2014MWCKhalifaBowlingCenterAbuDhabiUAE_small.jpg Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates was the center of the bowling world December 4-15, when the best male bowlers in the sport competed in the 4th Men's World Championships at Khalifa International Bowling Center. The 9-day event concluded Sunday afternoon with the Masters competition and capped off with a victory banquet on the rooftop of the Aloft Hotel. 272 players from 49 countries competed for medals in Singles, Doubles, Team of Five, All-Events and Masters.

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