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Belmonte leads World Bowling Tour men’s point rankings

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Jason Belmonte of Australia finished the 2017 World Bowling Tour atop both men’s point ranking lists, the two-year rolling point list and the 2017 point standings.

The two-handed right-hander (pictured above) accumulated 310 points in WBT events in the years 2016 and 2017 to lead two-handed lefty Jesper Svensson (left) of Sweden by 12 points. Svensson, who was second with 298 points was another 40 points ahead of Marshall Kent (below right), United States, in third place with 258.

Dominic Barrett of England and Martin Larsen of Sweden tied for fourth place with distant 182 points.

Belmonte (185 points), Svensson (170) and Kent (125) also finished 1, 2 and 3 on the annual points list to qualify for the World Bowling Tour Men’s Finals, which were held at the National Bowling Stadium in Reno last Sunday.

The World Bowling Tour is sanctioned by World Bowling, the governing body for the sport of bowling. The tour is the premier international bowling series that is hosted in numerous, unique cities around the globe.

The World Bowling Tour 2017 consisted of five stops in Germany, Sweden, Thailand and USA (2).

Men and women competed for points to earn places on the World Bowling Tour rankings. The points system is based on a continuous two-year cycle, where points include every event from the previous two year format. “Majors”, such as the PBA World Championships, award double points.

The top three men and top three women in the annual points list compete in the season-ending WBT Men’s and Women’s Final. The 2017 finals were held during GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling IX on Nov. 19 in Reno, Nevada.

World Bowling provides governance to international bowling and is made up of 134 bowling international federations. For more information on the World Bowling Tour, click here.

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2017 PBA World Championship Men’s Ranking

Players with position, country and ranking points.

1. Jason Belmonte, Australia, 100
2. Jesper Svensson, Sweden, 80
3. Ryan Ciminelli, USA, 70
4. Kyle Troup, USA, 60
5. Matthew Sanders, USA, 50
6. Bill O’Neill, USA, 48
7. Francois Lavoie, Canada, 46
8. Sean Rash, USA, 44
9. Tom Smallwood, USA, 42
10. Marshall Kent, USA, 40
11. Matthew McNiel, USA, 30
12. Thomas Larsen, Denmark, 30
13. Anthony Pepe, USA, 28
14. Dom Barrett, England, 28
15. Tommy Jones, USA, 26
16. Wes Malott, USA, 26
17. Chris Warren, USA, 24
18. Kim Bolleby, Thailand, 24
19. Zacharay Wilkins, Canada, 22
20. Rhino Page, USA, 22
21. Brad Angelo, USA, 16
22. Sam Cooley, Australia, 16
23. Rafiq Ismail, Malaysia, 16
24. BJ Moore III, USA, 16
25. Shota Kawazoe, Japan, 16
26. Norm Duke, USA, 12
27. Tobias Boerding, Germany, 12
28. Dick Allen, USA, 12
29. Francois Louw, South Africa, 12
30. Arturo Quintero, Mexico, 12
31. Kristopher Prather, USA, 8
32. Stuart Williams, England, 8
33. Josh Blanchard, USA, 8
34. EJ Tackett, USA, 8
35. Chris Via, USA, 8
36. Glenn Morten Pedersen, Norway, 6
37. DJ Archer, USA, 6
38. Darren Tang, USA, 6
39. Tom Daugherty, USA, 6
40. Connor Pickford, USA, 6
41. Daniel Fransson, Sweden, 4
42. Trey Ford III, USA, 4
43. Nick Kruml, USA, 4
44. Richie Teece, England, 4
45. Brandon Novak, USA, 4
46. Anthony Simonsen, USA, 2
47. Chris Loschetter, USA, 2
48. Cristian Azcona, Puerto Rico, 2
49. Yannaphon Larp-apharat, Thailand, 2
50. Adrian Ang, Malaysia, 2

Qualifying Standings for 2017 WBT Men’s Final

Final standings after five events. Top 25 with position, country and total points earned in 2017 WBT events and the highest points in a single event (in parenthesis). Top 3 advance to the WBT Women’s Final.

1. Jason Belmonte, Australia, 185 (100)
2. Jesper Svensson, Sweden, 170 (80)
3. Marshall Kent, USA, 125 (50)

4. Sean Rash, USA, 103 (44)
5. Stuart Williams, England, 97 (35)
6. Dominic Barrett, England, 96 (50)
7. Ryan Ciminelli, USA, 94 (70)
8. Yannaphon Larp-apharat, Thailand, 92 (50)
9. Francois Lavoie, Canada, 79 (46)
10. Kyle Troup, USA, 76 (60)
11. Chris Barnes, USA, 75 (40)
12. Thomas Larsen, Denmark, 72 (30)
13. Tom Smallwood, USA, 64 (42)
24. Tommy Jones, USA, 64 (26)
15. Bill O’Neill, USA, 54 (48)
16. Pontus Andersson, Sweden, 54 (30)
17. Rhino Page, USA, 52 (30)
18. Francois Louw, South Africa, 52 (20)
19. Matt Sanders, USA, 50 (50)
20. Cameron Weier, USA, 46 (40)
21. Wes Malott, USA, 38 (26)
22. Martin Larsen, Sweden, 36 (23)
23. Jari Ratia, Finland, 35 (35)
24. Tom Daugherty, USA, 33 (21)
25. Kim Bolleby, Thailand, 32 (24)

WBT Men’s Point Ranking – Final Standings

Players with country, ranking points earned in the years 2016 and 2017, ranking point total, highest points earned in a single event and number of top 50 finishes.

Author: Herbert Bickel
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