We are able to welcome Brunswick Bowling in Rome, which previously housed a tour stop in 2010 and 2011, back as a host centre for a stop in the European Bowling Tour. The new Satellite Tournament in Rome was conducted as the 11th stop of the European Bowling Tour 2018 under the name Rome Open […]
The Storm Lucky Larsen Masters was conducted for the second time in Malmoe’s Baltiska Bowlinghallen as the 10th stop in the European Bowling Tour 2018. Last year the tournament opened with a firework of not less than 1.087 bowled entries, and this great number was almost copied in the 2018 issue of the tournament, where […]
LAUSANNE, September 4 – The hearing between World Bowling’s Anti-doping Hearing Panel and German athlete Laura Beuthner took place on July 30th of this year to determine any further actions that would be taken from the federation against the athlete. The hearing marks the final process occurring from an Anti-doping rule violation by Beuthner at […]
Arnar David Jonsson became the first Icelandic bowler to win a tour stop, when he defeated Carsten W. Hansen from Denmark 213 vs. 206 in the one game final of Odense International. The tournament was, as the 9th Stop of the European Bowling Tour 2018, conducted in Odense Bowling Centre for the 8th consecutive time. […]
The ETBF Presidium has decided to award the hosting of the European Youth Championships 2021 to the French Federation of Bowling and Sport of Quills. The championships will be held in Cristal Bowling, in Wittelsheim – France from 27 March to 5 April 2021. The European Youth Championships 2021 will be the 34th issue of […]
The ETBF Presidium has decided to award the hosting of the European Senior Championships 2020 to the Austrian Bowling Federation. The championships will be held in the well-known Plus Bowling Centre in Vienna from 24 January to 2 February 2020. The European Senior Championships is a new championship for 50+ bowlers established at ETBF’s Congress […]
Malaysia’s Muhd Rafiq Ismail and Japan’s Mirai Ishimoto ended Korea’s stronghold in the Masters event by winning the prestigious Men’s and Women’s gold medals of the concluding 18th Asian Games Palembang 2018.
2014 Asian Championships Trios gold medallist, Mirai Ishimoto of Japan took a surprise lead of the first block Women’s Masters finals at the 18th Asian Games Palembang 2018 ahead of Korea’s Lee Yeonji in second and Singapore’s Joey Yeo third.
2014 Asian Games triple gold medallist and Masters defending champion, Park Jong Woo of Korea topped the first block Men’s Masters finals of the 18th Asian Games Palembang 2018 ahead of Chinese Taipei’s Hung Kun-Yi in second and team-mate Koo Seonghoi …
Korea won their third consecutive Asian Games team gold with an emphatic victory in the Men’s 6-Player Team event at the 18th Asian Games Palembang 2018 as Hong Kong picked up the silver medal and Chinese Taipei the bronze.