List of Participants

October 12th, 2010  |  Published in Breaking News

Television coverage will be provided by local TV network Var TV who have already produced an introduction to the Bowling World Cup in Toulon, France, October 15-24. Go to  http://www.vartv.fr/direct1/ to view the film and to see more of the city and the accommodation village. Var TV will be working with Eurosport to bring the event to a wider audience.

Fans around the world will again be able to get all the results and follow the scores on line during the tournament  by going to www.qubicaamf.com and clicking on the on-line scoring logo.

Live streaming will also be available through the local TV network www.vartele.fr, www.bowl.com and www.bowlingdigital.com

The preliminary line-up of contestants is as follows (women’s names first where applicable):
Argentina: Mara Mendez, Facundo Morelli; Australia: Ann-Maree Putney, Paul  Trotter; Austria: Christine Gablek, Benjamin Kubalek; Azerbaijan: Elkhan Feyzullayev; Azores: Lara Jesus, Marcio Jesus; Bahamas: John Fox; Bahrain: Nadeya Abdulrahman, Yusuf Falah; Belarus: Inna Kunts, Dmitry Stepuk; Belgium: Mats Maggi; Bermuda: June Dill, Damien Matthews; Brazil: Marcelo Suartz; Bulgaria: Alexander Lefterov; Canada: Felicia Wong, Michael Schmidt; Catalonia: Cristina Sanz, Marcial Ovide; Chile: Contanza Rakamaric, Luis Felipe Nazar, Costa Rica: Alejandro Reyna; Croatia: Ljiljana Rakamaric, Sasa Petkovic; Cyprus: Myria Kastori; Czech Republic: Michaela Novakova, Michal Mužík; Dominican Republic: Aumi Guerra, Manuel Arturo Fernandez Febles; Egypt: Menatallah Ahmed Hassan Sultan, Karim Sherif Mahmoud Mohamed Mahmoud; El Salvador: Edith Quintenilla, Francisco Zelaya; England: Fiona Banks, Matt Miller; Estonia: Riina Lohmus, Udo Sulp; Ethiopia: Rita Defranco, Teshome Mosisa; Finland: Piritta Kantola, Joonas Jähi; France: Marilyn Planchard, Nicolas Forestier; French Guiana: Cyril David; Germany: Vanessa Timter, Achim Grabowski; Gibraltar: Kelly-Anne Turnbull, Michael Wood; Greece: Georgina Papadimitriou, Leonidas Maragkos: Guernsey: Linda Robilliard, Michael Prigent; Honduras: Eloina Maria Valle Suarez, Gil Gonzalo Valle Suarez; Hong Kong: Carmen Tang, Ricky Ng; Hungary: Beatrix Pesek, Mate Orosz; Iceland: Kristjan Thordarson; Iraq: Maher Aneed; Ireland: Hannah Cullen, Stephen O’Connor; Israel: Sarit Mizrachi, Or Aviram; Italy: Fabiana Baraldi. Alessandro Del Carmine; Japan: Natsumi Koizumi, Kazuyuki Sakamoto; Jersey: Melissa Kendall, Mark Rabet; Jordan: Mohamed al Masri; Kazakhstan: Yeleria Shtern, Vitaliy Bashayev; Korea: Min-Young Gue, Jong-Woo Park; Kosovo: Fuad Ramiqi; Kuwait: Mohammad Al Zaidan; Latvia: Diana Zavjalova, Daniel Vezis; Libya: Redha El Fezzani; Lithuania: Vitalija Lingeviciene, Domas Amolevicius; Macau: Filomena Choi, Lei Tak Man; Malaysia: Wendy Chai, Daniel Lim; Malta: Sue Abela, Mark Spiteri; Mauritius: Nasheesha King, Steeve Thia Song Fat; Mexico: Aseret Zetter, Roberto Silva; Moldova: Liliana Grosu, Aureliu Grosu; Monaco: Sophie Herbin, Bruno Bidone; Mongolia: Uranchimeg Davaadorj, Munkhtur Byambasuren; Netherlands: Nicole Sanders, Phil Hulst; New Caledonia: Samy-Anna Saba, Marin Tranier; New Zealand: Julieanne Mollet, James Kelly; Northern Ireland: Lauren Dugan, Billy Nimick; Norway: Patcharin Torgersen, Mads Sandbækken; Pakistan: Faieza Zahida Ashrif, Ijaz Ur Rehman; Palestine: Taisier Nazmei; Panama: Jonathan Heres; Philippines: Daisy Anne ‘Apple’ Posidas, Engelberto “Biboy” Rivera; Poland: Joanna Merklein, Emil Polanisz; Poland|: Joanna Merklejn, Emil Polanisz; Portugal: Orquidea Cerca, Paulo Lopes; Qatar: Mubarak Almuraikhi; Reunion: Dominique Merlo, Jean Marie Defaud; Romania: Felicia Bianu, Joan-Vicentiu Pravat; Russia: Kuznecova Yana, Alexei Parshukov; Saudi Arabia: Faisal Ibrahim Al Juraifani; Scotland: Holly Fleming, Martin Williamson; Serbia: Natasa Drajer, Nenad Stojilikovic; Singapore: Daphne Tan, Jonathan Ang; Slovakia: Veronika Pospisilova, Mikuláš Bikár; Slovenia: Ljuba Ceglar, Matej Fegus; South Africa: Barbara Wilford, Francois Louw; Spain: Cristina Mas Lazaro, Ruben Orche; Sweden: Helen Johnsson, Dennis Eklund; Switzerland: Bigi Manico, Harn Chieh Kwan; Syria: Bashar Kalaji; Thailand: Phiriyahbhoon Pithakvarakorn; Tunisia: Sonia Annagui, Mokni Ziad; Turkey: Ebru Ozogluuntur, Burak Natal; United Arab Emirates: Mohammad Khalifa  Al Qubaisi; Ukraine: Darya Kovalova, Mykhaylo Kalika; United States: Carolyn Dorin-Ballard, John Szczerbinski; Uzbekistan: Maria Khodjaeva, Bakhtiyor Dalabaev; Venezuela: Patricia de Faria, William Ching; Wales: Louise Roberts, Steve Dalton.                                                                                                                                                                             www.qubicaamf.com

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