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Koivuniemi extends lead in World Bowling Tour points race

ARLINGTON, Texas – With two events remaining on the World Bowling Tour, Finland’s Mika Koivuniemi holds a massive lead in the men’s rankings, while the United States’ Carolyn Dorin-Ballard stayed at the top of the women’s rankings. Koivuniemi was the only player on either the men’s or women’s side among the top three in the...read more →


WTBA to create new World Bowling Tour event

ARLINGTON, Texas – The World Tenpin Bowling Association will conduct its first owned and operated World Bowling Tour event in 2012 when the WTBA International Open presented by Sunset Station Casino and Hotel takes place in Henderson, Nev., next year. The WTBA International Open will take place at the 72-lane Sunset Station Strike Zone...read more →


The Bahamas will host 2012 World Bowling Tour event

ARLINGTON, Texas – The Bahamas will host a World Tenpin Bowling Association event for the first time in its history when the Bahamas International Bowling Classic 2012 joins the World Bowling Tour next year. The inaugural event is scheduled to be conducted Feb. 27-March 4 at Mario’s Bowling and Entertainment Palace, a new 50-lane bowling...read more →


WTBA Signs Proclamation of mutual support with Special Olympics

ARLINGTON, Texas – The World Tenpin Bowling Association has become the first international federation to sign a proclamation of mutual support with Special Olympics International. The agreement includes a Special Olympics event to be held in conjunction with the 2011 World Tenpin Bowling Association World Women’s Championships in late...read more →


World Bowling Tour adds Korean Event to schedule

ARLINGTON, Texas – The prestigious Korean Daejeon International Open has been added to the World Bowling Tour schedule for 2011, the World Tenpin Bowling Congress announced today. The event, which will be organized by the Korea Professional Bowling Association, will be held from Aug. 21-26 at Daejeon World Cup Bowling Center in Deajeon,...read more →


Koivuniemi, Dorin-Ballard still top ranked after 5 events

ARLINGTON, Texas – Although there was no movement among the leaders after five events, the top three in the World Bowling Tour rankings were shaken up a little bit after the conclusion of the Kuwait Open. Finland’s Mika Koivuniemi and the United States’ Carolyn Dorin-Ballard did not compete in the Kuwait Open but held onto the top spot in...read more →


Koivuniemi, Dorin-Ballard top ranked after 4 events

ARLINGTON, Texas – With four events now completed, there was no change atop the World Bowling Tour rankings with Mika Koivuniemi of Finland and Carolyn Dorin-Ballard of the United States remaining the leaders. In the title match at the Brunswick Euro Challenge in Saint Maximin, France, Dorin-Ballard fell in the championship match to...read more →


Koivuniemi, Dorin-Ballard still top WBT Rankings

ARLINGTON, Texas – Finland’s Mika Koivuniemi and American Carolyn Dorin-Ballard maintained the lead at the top of their respective divisions after three events on the new World Bowling Tour presented by the World Tenpin Bowling Association. Koivuniemi’s fantastic year continued at the 68 th Lumber Liquidators U.S. Open, where he finished...read more →


Koivuniemi, Dorin-Ballard Top WBT Rankings

ARLINGTON, Texas – After two events on the new World Bowling Tour presented by the World Tenpin Bowling Association, Finland’s Mika Koivuniemi maintained his lead at the top of the men’s rankings, while Carolyn Dorin-Ballard of the United States moved into the women’s lead. Koivuniemi, who won the season-opening tournament at the...read more →


World Bowling Tour adds two events

ARLINGTON, Texas – The World Tenpin Bowling Association has announced that two additional events have been added to the World Bowling Tour schedule for 2011. The U.S. Open, a major on the Lumber Liquidators Professional Bowlers Association Tour, and the AMF Australian Masters bring the total of events on the World Bowling Tour to...read more →


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