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2013 combined World Championships comes to a close

The 2013 World Tenpin Bowling Association World Championships came to a close Friday evening, August 30, with the victory banquet which started with the award ceremonies of the men’s and women’s five-player team events.

428 players, 216 men and 212 women, from 44 countries participated in the first combined adult World Championships since 2003. Medals were awarded in Singles, Doubles, Trios, Team, All Events and Masters.

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Review Bowlingdigital.com’s Live Coverage

Finland shoots big game to win the gold medal in the Men’s Team event
Korean women average 230 to claim the coveted Women’s Team title
Korea’s Cho Young-Seon beats defending champion Chris Barnes in Men’s Masters finale
Son Yun-Hee defeats Kim Moon-Jeong in all-Korean affair to win gold in Women’s Masters
United States, Finland to bowl again for the Men’s Team gold at the World Championships
United States, Korea advance to the gold medal match in Women’s Team event
Korea’s Kim Moon-Jeong, USA’s Chris Barnes earn the No. 1 seed for the Masters finals
Two-time World Champions Ryu, Barnes in pole position after first round of Masters competition
U.S. women earn the No. 1 seed for the Team finals; Shannon O’Keefe claims gold in All-Events
Korean men earn the No. 1 seed for the Team finals; Chris Barnes wins gold in All-Events
Korean women take the lead in five-player Team event and All-Events
Women’s Team Photos from the five-player Team event
Women’s high definition video focusing on the various releases
Venezuelan men average 219 to take the lead as five-player Team event reaches halfway mark
Men’s Team Photos from the five-player Team event
Men’s high definition video focusing on the various releases
Korea comes from behind in dramatic fashion to win gold in Women’s Trios
Canadian women overtake Korea and Sweden to take the lead in Women’s Trios
Canadians Buffa, Lavoie, Girard defeat USA and Korea to win gold in Men’s Trios
Canadians take the lead in Men’s Trios as Squad 2 finishes second round of qualifying
Korea, Chinese Taipei and Singapore continue to lead Women’s Trios event
Asian countries dominate the first squad of the Women’s Trios event
O’Neill, Jones and Barnes hold on to the lead as Men’s Trios event reaches halfway mark
Slow motion video of the women’s players’ releases, ball motion and pin action
Team USA’s O’Neill, Jones and Barnes set the tone in Men’s Trios at World Championships
USA’s Nation/O’Keefe beat team mates Kulick/Parkin to win the gold medal in Women’s Doubles
Venezuela’s Marcano sisters average 240 to take the lead in Women’s Doubles
Slow motion video of the men’s players’ releases, ball motion and pin action
Team USA’s Szczerbinski and Barnes shoot 569 to cruise to the Doubles gold
Team USA’s Barnes, Szczerbinski in top qualifying position after Doubles Squad 1
Korea’s Ryu Seo-Yeon defeats Chinese Taipei’s spinners to win Women’s Singles title
Chinese Taipei spinner Wang Ya-Ting is the early leader in Women’s Singles
Bill O’Neill starts 2013 WTBA World Championships with victory in Men’s Singles
Bodo Konieczny sets the pace in Men’s Singles at the 2013 Bowling World Championships
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