The Masters – The Final Event

August 21st, 2010 by admin | Comments Off

The Masters - The Final Event

The top 16 men from All Events, the total score of 24 games in Singles, Doubles, Trios and Five-person Team, have qualified for the Masters, the final discipline of these World Championships. The contest will be the best of five games, high seed against low, for all four rounds as the losers in each stage […]


All Events – 24 Games

August 19th, 2010 by admin | Comments Off

All Events - 24 Games

Top 16 from All Events advance to the Masters on Saturday: Gold: Bill O’Neill, United States Silver: Chris Barnes, United States Bronze: Jang, Dong-Chul, Korea 16th place tie decided by highest last game. Pos. Country Name Single Double Trio Team Total Sp.ges Ave. 1. United States O’Neill, Bill 1372 1265 1417 1289 5343 24 222.63 […]


Five-person Teams

August 19th, 2010 by admin | Comments Off

Five-person Teams

In the 56-year history of World Championship play, the United States has won the five-person team event just four times, two of those golden efforts in th last two championships – in Busan, Korea in 2006 and in Bangkok, Thailand in 2008. Needless to say, with their highly talented team performing so well this year […]


Now the Trios

August 17th, 2010 by admin | Comments Off

Now the Trios

Now at the halfway stage as far as the four main disciplines are concerned, the focus switches to the trios. There will be three squads today (Tuesday) with each team playing three games on the medium lane pattern and a further three games tomorrow on the long condition. Early forecasts of the eventual medalists have […]


Doubles Action

August 15th, 2010 by admin | Comments Off

Doubles Action

The 2010 World Men’s Championships move into Doubles action for two days, starting at 09:00 local time on Sunday morning.


Korea Sets the Singles Pace

August 13th, 2010 by admin | Comments Off

Korea Sets the Singles Pace

Korea’s Young-Seon Cho, 24, leads after the first of five squads with a humble 1324 for six games.


Pakistan Withdraw

August 13th, 2010 by admin | Comments Off

After the opening ceremony had already started yesterday evening, we have been informed by the Pakistan Bowling Federation that their delegation will finally not travel to the WMC 2010 due to the current situation in Pakistan. Additional pacers will cover the spots assigned to Pakistan in all events. Thus, the total number of players at […]


Practice Makes Perfect

August 12th, 2010 by admin | Comments Off

Practice Makes Perfect

A total of 66 nations will be represented in the 2010 World Men’s Championships at the fabulous 52-lane Dream Bowl Palace in Unterfohring, near Munich, and players from those nations will commence their tough schedule with an official practice session today (Thusday) ready for the first discipline, the six-game Singles event which gets underway tomorrow […]


All Set and Rarin’ to Go

August 11th, 2010 by admin | Comments Off

All Set and Rarin' to Go

Wednesday, August 11 – Just a few more teams to touch down at Munich’s impressive airport and the roster will be complete for the 2010 World Men’s Championships at the luxurious 52-lane Dream Bowl Palace in Unterfohring, a close suburb of Munich and the capital of Bavaria, one of the best known areas of Germany, […]



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