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#142521 - 12/28/10 05:44 PM Re: 2-handers in the Shark Championship [Re: aoiten]
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I know of one two handed bowler in my area, and that's even if he is still doing it. He was 15 when I first met him in a merchandise league, and he is probably around 20 now. His father is in the local hall of fame. He was good then, averaging around 200 on the short pattern we had. He started bowling around 3 years old. He always wanted to use the exact bowling balls his father used, which were 16 lbs, so he had to use two hands and just kept at. He kept at bowling while participating in other sports as well. I know I heard he moved up to adult leagues a few seasons ago. At one point he was talking about maybe converting to a one handed approach but I doubt he did.
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2-handers in the Shark Championship aoiten 12/25/10 11:48 PM
Re: 2-handers in the Shark Championship ryanfeia 12/25/10 11:52 PM
Re: 2-handers in the Shark Championship aoiten 12/26/10 04:34 PM
Re: 2-handers in the Shark Championship slaterracing 12/26/10 04:37 PM
Re: 2-handers in the Shark Championship aoiten 12/26/10 04:39 PM
Re: 2-handers in the Shark Championship ebon betta 12/26/10 05:46 PM
Re: 2-handers in the Shark Championship 6_ball_man 12/26/10 06:27 PM
Re: 2-handers in the Shark Championship aoiten 12/26/10 10:51 PM
Re: 2-handers in the Shark Championship slaterracing 12/27/10 10:12 AM
Re: 2-handers in the Shark Championship Calvin Pistorio 12/27/10 10:31 AM
Re: 2-handers in the Shark Championship looseleftie 12/28/10 08:58 AM
Re: 2-handers in the Shark Championship aoiten 12/28/10 12:37 PM
Re: 2-handers in the Shark Championship Calvin Pistorio 12/28/10 01:24 PM
Re: 2-handers in the Shark Championship aoiten 12/28/10 04:54 PM
Re: 2-handers in the Shark Championship B-Hammer 12/28/10 05:25 PM
Re: 2-handers in the Shark Championship Calvin Pistorio 12/28/10 05:44 PM

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