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Uniting the Global Game

World Bowling is recognized by the International Olympic Committee as the world governing body for the sport of Bowling. World Bowling was originally founded in 1952 as the International Bowling Association in order to foster worldwide interest in amateur tenpin and ninepin bowling, as well as international competition by encouraging world and zone tournaments and other events between bowlers of different countries. World Bowling is autonomous in administering the sport and is responsible to promote the development of bowling throughout the world, promote the Olympic movement, contribute to the achievement of the goals set forth in the Olympic Charter, establish rules for the uniform practice of bowling throughout the world, and ensure that official bowling activities meet the requirements of the Olympic Charter.

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Maria Bulanova, Alexey Parshukov clinch BWC and ECC berths - bowlingdigital.com

Russian national team members Maria Bulanova of Nizny Novgorod and Alexey Parshukov of Ekaterinburg (pictured left, l-r) won the Russian World Cup Qualifier to clinch a berth in the 50th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup at Sky Bowling Center in Wroclaw, Poland (Nov. 1-9, 2014). In addition, the duo will also represent Russia in the European […]


Singaporean women roll back-to-back 1100 games to lead Asian Games Team event after Block 1 - bowlingdigital.com

The Singaporean women’s national team finished the first three-game block on long oil with back-to-back 1100-games to surge in the lead in the Women’s Team event at the 17th Asian Games. Sisters Cherie and Daphne Tan, Shayna Ng, New Hui Fen and Jazreel Tan (pictured left) started with a 908 game, then fired games of […]


Korean men set the pace in Team event after first block on long oil at Incheon Asian Games - bowlingdigital.com

Korea’s Park Jong Woo, Choi Bok Eum, Shin Seung Hyeon, Kim Kyung Min and Kang Hee Won (pictured left) averaged 210.40 on the long pattern Monday morning at Anyang Hogye Gymnasium to take the lead in the Men’s Team event at the 17th Asian Games. The fivesome had games of 1069, 1035 and 1052 for […]


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