USA’s McEwan Takes Early Lead Among Women at QubicaAMF World Cup

by Gianmarc Manzione 0

16_USBC_1425.jpgDanielle McEwan of the USA is in the lead in the women’s section of the 52nd QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in Shanghai, China, after the first block of five games. She averaged 231 for an 1157 pinfall amid a remarkably consistent block in which her high game was 247. Rebecca Whiting of Australia has bowled the highest game among all women thus far with a 279.

Rounding out the top five are 2006 runner-up, Lisa John of England; Indonesia's Sharon Limansantoso, Mexico's Iliana Lomeli, and reigning USBC Queens champion, Bernice Lim of Singapore. Colombia's Clara Guerrero, the defending champion who is looking to win an unprecedented third straight World Cup title, sits in 11th, while another back-to-back champion, Aumi Guerra of the Dominican Republic, currently is in the last cut spot, 24th. Guerra won the event in 2010 and 2011.

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