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Korea dominates Medal Tally as World Junior Championships conclude in Paris

After five days of competition at Plaza Bowling Saint Maximin, some 70 kilometers South of Paris, the inaugural World Junior Bowling Championships moved to the center of the capital city of France to stage five consecutive gold medal matches on a special two-lane installation inside the Judo Institute Saturday afternoon, March 23. Like the...read more →


Korea wins four out of five gold medals in the WJBC Arena Finals

The inaugural World Junior Bowling Championships will conclude Saturday afternoon with five gold medal matches which will be contested on a special two-lane installation inside the Judo Institute in the center of Paris. France. Seating is available for perhaps 1,000 people. The medalists in singles and all-events were determined at Plaza Bowling...read more →


2019 World Junior Bowling Championships – Field set for the Masters Finals

The top 24 athletes in the final all-events standings qualify for match play Masters, seeded 1-24. The top 8 receive a first-round bye. The athletes will retain their seeding throughout the five steps single-elimination match play in best-of-three games format. All matches will be played on the 41-foot Montreal lane conditioning pattern by using...read more →


Mexico, Korea to bowl for the Team gold medal

The four-player teams (2 boys and 2 girls) from Korea and Mexico swept their semi-final matches at the World Junior Bowling Championships and will bowl for the coveted team gold medals Saturday at 15.45 CET at the Judo Hall in Paris, France. In best-of-three games Baker format by using World Bowling's Current Frame Scoring system, top-seeded...read more →


Korea, Singapore, Mexico and Finland advance to the Team semi-finals

The field is set for the mixed team semi-finals at the World Junior Bowling Championships this afternoon at 17.30 CET. Leading the 22 four-player teams after the first three-game block on the 41-foot Montreal yesterday, Korea, Singapore, Mexico and Finland stayed in the top 4 in the second block on Thursday morning to advance to the medal...read more →


Korea and USA advance to both boys’ and girls’ Doubles gold medal matches

The boys' and girls' doubles from bowling powerhouses Korea and United States defeated their opponents in the semi-final matches of the World Junior Bowling Championships Tuesday evening at Plaza Bowling Saint Maximin in France to set up the gold medal matches at the Judo Institute in Paris on Saturday, March 23. Live Streaming Boys Live...read more →


Korea averages almost 240 to lead as WJBC Team preliminaries reach halfway point

The mixed foursome from Korea averaged 238.33 for three games by using World Bowling's new Current Frame Scoring system (scroll down for more details) to lead the 22 mixed teams with 2,860 pinfall total as the team preliminaries at the World Junior Bowling Championships have reached the halfway point. Live Streaming Results The Koreans had...read more →


Finnish boys, Korean girls earn top seeds for WJBC Doubles semi-finals

Live Streaming Results Finland's Pyry Puharinen & Jesse Ahokas and Soree Hong & Jeong Youngseon of Korea earned the no. 1 seeds for the semi-finals in the boys' and girls' doubles event of the inaugural World Junior Bowling Championships at Plaza Bowling Saint Maximin later this afternoon. The 2018 European Youth Champions, both...read more →


Field set for the medal round in Singles at World Junior Bowling Championships

Live Streaming Results The field is set for the boys and girls medal round in singles at the inaugural World Junior Bowling Championships at Plaza Bowling Saint Maximin, France, later today. The top 4 of 58 boys and 47 girls from 34 countries will determine the first ever gold medalists in the history of World Bowling. Ji Geun (right) of...read more →


Korea, Russia take early lead in Singles at World Junior Bowling Championships

Live Streaming Results The inaugural World Junior Bowling Championships got underway Monday morning, March 18, with the Official Practice, before the event kicked off officially with the Opening Ceremonies, which were followed by Boys and Girls Singles Squad A. The 106 athletes age 18 and under from 34 countries, 59 boys and 47 girls, were...read more →


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