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Jung Dawun sweeps Sin Li Jane to defend Women’s Masters title

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Jung Dawun of Korea fired games of 256 and 236 on the challenging Beijing 39 oil pattern to defeat Sin Li Jane of Malaysia, who had 225 and 221, two-games-to-none, to claim the gold medal in women’s masters at the 2017 World Bowling Championships for men and women in Las Vegas.

Jung, who won the masters title at the 2015 Women’s World Championships in Abu Dhabi, became the first player to successfully defend the masters title.

In the semi-final matches in best-of-three games format, Jung swept Shayna Ng of Singapore, 2-0, while Sin went the distance against Sharon Limansantoso of Indonesia, winning 223-163 in the deciding third game.

Sin received the silver medal, while Limansantoso and Ng got bronze.

The World Bowling Championships for men and women was held from Nov. 25 through Dec. 4 at South Point Bowling Plaza in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.

The Championships awarded medals in six disciplines in each division – singles, doubles, trios, team, all-events and masters.

Bowlingdigital provided onsite coverage of the combined World Championships including reports, photos and results after each round commencing with women’s singles preliminaries on Saturday, Nov. 25, all the way through to masters match play on Monday, Dec. 4, completed in the late afternoon.

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World Bowling Championships – Women’s Masters Medal Round

South Point Bowling Plaza in Las Vegas, USA (Dec. 4, 2017)

Championship Round (best-of-three):
Gold: Jung Dawun, Korea
Silver: Sin Li Jane, Malaysia
Bronze: Sharon Limansantoso, Indonesia
Bronze: Shayna Ng, Singapore

From left: Sin Li Jane, Jung Dawun, Shayna Ng and Sharon Limansantoso. Photos courtesy of Seija Lankinen and Terence Yaw.

Playoff Results:
Semi-final Match 1: No. 6 Jung def. No. 15 Ng, 2-0
220-166, 223-214
Semi-final Match 2: No. 9 Sin def. No. 7 Limansantoso, 2-1
216-169, 178-218, 223-163
Championship: Jung def. Sin, 2-0
256-225, 236-221.

World Bowling Championships – Women’s Masters Round of 8

Single-elimination, best-of-three games format. Winners advance, losers eliminated.

 

World Bowling Championships – Women’s Masters Round of 16

Single-elimination, best-of-three games format. Winners advance, losers eliminated.

 

 

World Bowling Championships – Women’s Masters Round of 24

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Author: Herbert Bickel
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