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#180366 - 08/20/13 09:58 PM Re: 2013 WTBA World Championships [Re: Richie V.]
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Women's singles results:

Gold: Ryu Seo-Yeon (KOR)
Silver: W.ang Ya-Ting (TPE)
Bronze: Huang Chiung-Yao (TPE), Mariana Ayala (PUR)

Semifinals: Ryu Seo-Yeon def. Huang Chiung-Yao 202-200, W.ang Ya-Ting def. Mariana Ayala 205-190
Finals: Ryu def. W.ang 224-182

Two open frames in the middle of the gold medal match proved costly for W.ang, as Ryu ran away with the match from that point.

Huang dominated qualifying, as she averaged better than 20 pins a game better than the second qualifier, but lost in the semifinals.

Women's all-events standings after singles

The Americans struggled in singles, as Missy Parkin was the only American in a Masters qualifying position after the event.

BTW, for those of you new to international bowling, the Chinese Taipei bowlers, particularly the women, are primarily helicopter spinner bowlers and often do well when the scoring pace is low, as it was in singles.


Edited by Richie V. (08/20/13 10:00 PM)
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#180388 - 08/21/13 10:46 AM Re: 2013 WTBA World Championships [Re: Richie V.]
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Nice to see that spinners can still be competitive in international events.
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#180390 - 08/21/13 11:29 AM Re: 2013 WTBA World Championships [Re: Richie V.]
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Meant to mention in my post last night that today's event is men's doubles, being contested on the medium pattern, Seoul.
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#180412 - 08/21/13 09:57 PM Re: 2013 WTBA World Championships [Re: Richie V.]
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Men's doubles results:

Gold: John Szczerbinski & Chris Barnes (USA)
Silver: Pasi Uotila & Osku Palermaa (FIN)
Bronze: Joonas Jehkinen & Petteri Salonen (FIN), John Janawicz & Mike Fagan (USA)

Semifinals: John Szczerbinski & Chris Barnes def. John Janawicz & Mike Fagan 472-458, Pasi Uotila & Osku Palermaa def. Joonas Jehkinen & Petteri Salonen 480-453
Finals: Szczerbinski & Barnes def. Uotila & Palermaa 569-473

The gold medal match was one of the most dominating displays ever in international competition, with Szczerbinski putting up a 290 and Barnes adding a 279 himself.

Barnes had a 300 game in qualifying, along with Park Jong-Woo of Korea.

Men's all-events standings after doubles

Chris Barnes now leads all-events, with Bill O'Neill falling to third and Martin Larsen (SWE) moving up to second. Jason Belmonte (AUS) is now only eight pins off of a spot on the podium for all-events. John Janawicz and Mike Fagan are the other Americans in the top 24, with Choi Bok-Eum (KOR) and Dan MacLelland (CAN) the other notables in the top 24.

The women take their crack at the doubles event tomorrow.


Edited by Richie V. (08/21/13 10:31 PM)
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#180476 - 08/22/13 10:04 PM Re: 2013 WTBA World Championships [Re: Richie V.]
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Women's doubles results:

Gold: Stefanie Nation & Shannon O'Keefe (USA)
Silver: Missy Parkin & Kelly Kulick (USA)
Bronze: Ann-Maree Putney & Carol Gianotti (AUS), Alicia & Karen Marcano (VEN)

Semifinals: Stefanie Nation & Shannon O'Keefe def. Ann-Maree Putney & Carol Gianotti 469-430, Missy Parkin & Kelly Kulick def. Alicia & Karen Marcano 483-373
Finals: Nation & O'Keefe def. Parkin & Kulick 482-438

The gold medal match might have been anticlimactic because Kelly Kulick threw the first 300 game of the tournament for the women in her semifinal match, but Stefanie Nation had 7 in a row in the gold medal match and Shannon O'Keefe closed out with the last five, while Parkin and Kulick both opened in the 7th frame and couldn't recover.

The women definitely broke the pattern down better than the men, as the top two women's duos in the morning squad, the Marcano sisters along with Nation and O'Keefe, had a higher score for their six games than any of the men did yesterday. The Marcanos couldn't seem to stop striking in the last game of their block, and Putney & Gianotti made their move into the medal round late in the afternoon squad, as well.

Women's all-events standings after doubles

The American women were definitely better in doubles, as Shannon O'Keefe moved into third, and Kelly Kulick, Stefanie Nation, and Liz Johnson would also qualify for the Masters if all-events ended at this point. Both Marcano sisters, Aumi Guerra (DOM), and Jazreel Tan (SIN) are among the other notables in the top 24.

The first round of men's trios, on the Sydney (short) pattern, is tomorrow.


Edited by Richie V. (08/22/13 10:07 PM)
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#180538 - 08/23/13 07:32 PM Re: 2013 WTBA World Championships [Re: Richie V.]
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The results pages on bowl.com are separated by squad and don't give the combined results after Day 1 of men's trios, so I'll list all of the teams within 100 pins of the medal position:

1. USA 1 (Bill O'Neill, Tommy Jones, Chris Barnes) 2,040
2. COL 1 (Edward Rey, Oscar Rodriguez, Santiago Mejia) 1,992
3. CAN 2 (Mark Buffa, Francois Lavoie, Patrick Girard) 1,992
4. USA 2 (John Janawicz, John Szczerbinski, Mike Fagan) 1,975
5. UAE 1 (Shaker Al Hasan, Sayed Al Hashemi, Nayef Oqab) 1,947
6. KOR 1 (Choi Bok-Eum, Cho Young-Seon, Kim Jun-Yung) 1,925
7. AUS 2 (Glen Loader, Sam Cooley, Jason Belmonte) 1,922
8. UAE 2 (Hussain Al Suwaidi, Sultan Mk Al Qubaisi, Hareb Al Mansoori) 1,908
9. SWE 1 (Robert Andersson, Dennis Eklund, Martin Larsen) 1,903
10. THA 1 (Sivakorn Krittslunon, Atittarat Cheng, Phoemphun Yakasem) 1,900
11. MAS 2 (Siyafiq Ridhwan, Alex Liew, Rafiq Ismail) 1,898
12. NOR 1 (Mads Sandbaeken, Bjorn Einar Rudshagen, Torre Torgersen) 1,891
13. BRN 1 (Ahmed Al Goud, Ahmed Jabbar, Mohamed Sultan) 1,885
14. SWE 2 (Jesper Svensson, Martin Paulsson, James Gruffman) 1,877

Both American trios are in medal contention, but Oscar Rodriguez of Colombia was the individual star of Day 1, posting a 786 series.

The women bowl their first three games of trios tomorrow.
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#180570 - 08/24/13 08:23 PM Re: 2013 WTBA World Championships [Re: Richie V.]
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This time, I did see a page that combined today's results, so I'll link it here:

Women's trios standings after Day 1

The trend of the American women struggling on the shorter oil pattern in singles continued today in trios, as the Asian women dominated the first day, with the top American trio of Shannon Pluhowsky, Stefanie Nation, and Shannon O'Keefe having to make up 94 pins to get into the medal round. Bernice Lim of Singapore had the high individual series of the day with a 717, the only 700 of the day.

The men will bowl on the medium pattern tomorrow, after which the medals will be decided and awarded.


Edited by Richie V. (08/24/13 08:24 PM)
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#180578 - 08/25/13 04:15 PM Re: 2013 WTBA World Championships [Re: Richie V.]
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Watching today's qualifying in men's trios, I was reminded that the #2 seed in the trios and team medal rounds also gets choice of pattern for the semifinals, so I'd think if American women can get the #2 seed tomorrow, they'd definitely take the Seoul (medium) pattern.
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#180582 - 08/25/13 08:25 PM Re: 2013 WTBA World Championships [Re: Richie V.]
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Men's trios results:

Gold: Canada 2 (Mark Buffa, Francois Lavoie, Patrick Girard)
Silver: Korea 1 (Choi Bok-Eum, Cho Young-Seoun, Kim Jun-Yung)
Bronze: Colombia 1 (Edward Rey, Oscar Rodriguez, Santiago Mejia), USA 1 (Bill O'Neill, Tommy Jones, Chris Barnes)

Semifinals: Canada 1 def. USA 1 601-579, Korea 1 def. Colombia 1 699-444
Finals: Canada 2 def. Korea 1 721-602

The Americans were the top qualifier, but struggled in their semifinal match with Canada, after which Mark Buffa led the Canadians with a 279 in the gold medal match against Korea.

Oscar Rodriguez carried his teammates on Day 2 with a 740 series, while Tore Torgersen of Norway had a 300 game today in qualifying.

Men's all-events standings after trios

Chris Barnes now has better than a 200 pin lead over Martin Larsen, with Jason Belmonte tied for third with Cho Young-Seon. John Janawicz, Bill O'Neill, and Mike Fagan are the other Americans in the top 24, with Choi Bok-Eum, Amleto Monacelli, and Dan MacLelland the other notables in the top 24.

The women's trios medals will be decided tomorrow.
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#180608 - 08/26/13 08:41 PM Re: 2013 WTBA World Championships [Re: Richie V.]
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Women's trios results:

Gold: Korea 1 (Ryu Seo-Yeon, Lee Na-Young, Son Yun-Hee)
Silver: Canada 2 (Isabelle Rioux, Samantha How, Caroline Lagrange)
Bronze: England 1 (Autum Chamberlain, Hayley Rumkee, Lisa Johns), Japan 1 (Natsuki Teshima, Misaki Mukotani, Haruka Matsuda)

Semifinals: Korea 1 def. Japan 1 608-571, Canada 2 def. England 1 623-508
Finals: Korea 1 def. Canada 2 587-585

The gold medal match was the most exciting of the tournament up to this point, as it came down to the anchor bowlers in the 10th frame and Canada needing at least a mark to cinch it, but Caroline Lagrange got an unkind pocket 7-10 to give Korea a chance after Son Yun-Hee's first strike, needing eight-spare to win and getting nine on the ball after the strike.

Autum Chamberlain was the qualifying story of Day 2, as she put up a 761 to lead England into the medal round.

Women's all-events standings after trios

Chinese Taipei and Korean bowlers hold the top four spots, but the USA's Shannon O'Keefe can still make a move into the medals, with Liz Johnson and Kelly Kulick the other Americans in the top 24. An international notable, Carol Gianotti of Australia, has also now moved into the top 24.

The men and women will be competing on the same day from this point, as both team events get underway tomorrow on the short pattern. The team semifinals will take place after the Day 1 portion of the Masters on Thursday, while the gold medal matches in the team event will follow the Masters finals on Friday.


Edited by Richie V. (08/26/13 08:49 PM)
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