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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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13th CGSE World Youth Championships in Hong Kong comes to an end - bowlingdigital.com

Hong Kong was the center of the bowling world August 6-15, when the best Under-21 bowlers in the sport competed in the 13th World Youth Championships at South China Athletic Association (SCAA) Bowling Center. The 10-day event presented by The Chinese Gold & Silver Exchange Society (CGSE) concluded Friday evening, August 15, with a victory […]


PBA Hall of Famer Gene Stus dies at 74 - bowlingdigital.com

The Professional Bowlers Association has learned that PBA Hall of Famer and Senior Tour standout Gene Stus of Allen Park, Mich., died on Monday, August 18, at age 74. As a competitive bowler for most of his adult life, Stus had always wondered how he might have done on the PBA Tour. But the opportunity […]


Coming in September: Live Coverage of the 12th Columbia 300 Vienna Open - bowlingdigital.com

The 12th Columbia 300 Vienna Open is the 16th stop of the 2014 European Bowling Tour and the last of six “gold” tournaments this season, the second-highest of four EBT categories. Players will compete for total prize fund of 73.130 Euro or approx. $100,000 – 62.900 € for Singles and 10.230 € for the Doubles […]


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