World Cup

Brazil

07/13/16

Roberta Rodrigues, Renan Zoghaib win 25th QubicaAMF Brazil Bowling Cup

2016BWCQBrazil_small.jpgRoberta Rodrigues and Renan Zoghaib captured the women's and men's title in the 25th QubicaAMF Brazil Bowling Cup, sponsored by Pin1 Bowling Supply - QubicaAMF, Sunday, July 10, at Dragon Bowling Center Norte in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The winners will represent their country at the 52th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup, which will be held at Hao's Bowling in Shanghai, China October 14-23, 2016. It will be the third World Cup for Zoghaib and the second for Rodrigues.

2016 BWC

05/16/16

QubicaAMF announces official hotel for Shanghai World Cup

2016BWCLogo_small.jpgAnne-Marie Board, QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup and Marketing Manager, has announced that Jin Jiang Hua Ting Hotel & Towers in Shanghai will the official tournament hotel of this year's QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup. The 52nd edition of the QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup, tenpin bowling's largest annual sporting event in terms of number of participating countries, will be held from Oct. 14 through 23, 2016, at Hao's Bowling in Shanghai, China.

2015 BWC Recap

11/29/15

Stats, records and more stuff on the 51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup

2015BWCWuSiuHongClaraJulianaGuerrero2_small.jpgThe 51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup, which was held at the 56-laner inside Sam's Town Hotel and Gambling Hall in Las Vegas, Nev., United States, concluded after five days of competition Thursday, November 19, with the stepladder finals and the victory banquet. Wu Siu Hong of Hong Kong, and Clara Juliana Guerrero of Colombia emerged as World Cup champions. The 52nd QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup will be held October 14-23, 2016, at Hao's Bowling in Shanghai, China.

2015 BWC

11/19/15

Clara Juliana Guerrero wins her second consecutive Bowling World Cup title in Las Vegas

52nd QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup to be held October 14-23, 2016 in Shanghai, China

2015BWCWomenPodium2_small.jpgDefending champion Clara Juliana Guerrero (pictured left) of Colombia defeated Shannon Pluhowsky from the host country United States, two-game-to-none, to win her second consecutive Bowling World Cup title Thursday at Sam's Town Hotel & Gambling Hall in Las Vegas. By winning the 51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup, Guerrero became just the sixth female bowler in history to win the coveted trophy twice and only the third woman to win back-to-back World Cups.

2015 BWC

11/19/15

Wu Siu Hong captures the first-ever Bowling World Cup title for Hong Kong

Defeats top-seeded South African Francois Louw in two games to win the 51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup; Jaris Goh of Singapore takes the bronze medal

2015BWCMenPodium_small.jpgWu Siu Hong of Hong Kong, China, defeated tournament leader Francois Louw of South Africa in two games in best-of-three games format en route to win the 51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup Thursday at Sam's Town bowling center in Las Vegas. It marks the first time in the history of the prestigious tournament that a Hong Kong bowler brings home the coveted trophy. Louw earned the silver medal and Jaris Goh of Singapore received the bronze medal.

2015 BWC

11/19/15

Round robin match play to determine the finalists at 51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup

Top 8 men and women return Thursday at 9 a.m. PST to Sam's Town bowling center in Las Vegas for eight head-to-head matches after which the field will be cut to the top 3 for the stepladder finals

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The 156-player field from 88 countries at the 51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup has been cut to the top 8 men and women, who will return Thursday at 9 a.m. PST to Sam's Town bowling center in Las Vegas for eight games of round robin match play. The top 3 players with the highest 40-game total including bonus pins will advance to the stepladder finals. Bowlingdigital.com provides onsite coverage of the event, which will be live streamed by BowlTV.

2015 BWC

11/18/15

Francois Louw continues to lead as men's field is cut to top 8

South African has a 129-pin buffer heading into the Thursday's match play round

2015BWCFrancoisLouw3_small.jpg 2015BWCWuSiuHong2_small.jpg Francois Louw (l.) of South Africa widened his lead to 139 pins as the men's field at the 51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup was cut to the top eight players Wednesday morning at Sam's Town bowling center in Las Vegas. Louw rolled games of 258, 165, 202, 246, 259, 238, 207 and 204 for 1779 for eight games and 7130 overall, an average of 222.81 for 32-games. Wu Siu Hong (r.) of Hong Kong leaped into second place with 6991.

2015 BWC

11/18/15

Clara Juliana Guerrero leads the top 8 women into Thursday's match play round

Keira Reay, England, shoots the first 300 game of the 51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup

2015BWCClaraJulianaGuerrero4_small.jpgQualifying leader Clara Juliana Guerrero (pictured) of Colombia remained atop the women's leaderboard after the round of 24 Wednesday morning at at the 51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in Las Vegas to lead the top eight players into round robin match play. The Round of 24 culminated in an exciting finish which determined not only the top 4 position but also decided the battle for 8th and last place to advance to the next round. England's Keira Reay highlighted the round by rolling the first 300 game of the event.

2015 BWC

11/17/15

Strong finish propels Clara Juliana Guerrero to the top of the women's leaderboard

Defending champion from Colombia overtakes Sandra Gongora (MEX) in the final qualifying game to lead the top 24 women into Wednesday's intermediate round

2015BWCClaraJulianaGuerreroSandraGongora_small.jpgDefending World Cup champion Clara Juliana Guerrero (l.) of Colombia finished the third round at the 51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup with a big 248 game to win the qualifying and to lead the top 24 women into Wednesday's intermediate round. Guerrero, who started the last eight game block in fifth place, posted the field-best 1741 series, an average of 217.63, to overtake Sandra Gongora (r.) of Mexico in the last game with 5177 total and an overall average of 215.71 for 24 games.

2015 BWC

11/17/15

Francois Louw wins men's qualifying at 51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in Las Vegas

South African out averages his nearest competitor in Round 3 by almost 20 pins to lead the top 24 players into Wednesday's intermediate round; qualifying lead changes hands almost every game in final eight-game round

2015BWCFrancoisLouw2_small.jpg Francois Louw (pictured) of South Africa posted the highest eight-game block of the 51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup so far en route to win the men's qualifying at Sam's Town bowling center in Las Vegas. Louw posted 1895 in the third and last qualifying block on Tuesday, an average of 236.88, out averaging his nearest competitor in the round by almost 20 pins. He finished atop the 86-player leaderboard with 5351 total (222.96) to lead the top 24 players into Wednesday's intermediate round.

2015 BWC

11/16/15

Jaris Goh continues to lead men's World Cup qualifying after 16 games

Singaporean widens his lead to 60 pins over Round 2 leader Alexei Parshukov of Russia

2015BWCJarisGoh5_small.jpg2015BWCKamronDoyle_small.jpgFirst round leader Jaris Goh (l.) of Singapore averaged 218.25 in the second qualifying block Monday afternoon at Sam's Town bowling center in Las Vegas to widen his lead in the 51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup. Goh leads the field of 86 men from as many countries with 3601 total and an overall average of 225.06. Trailing Goh by 60 pins to sit in second place was 17-year-old Kamron Doyle (r.) of the United States, who leaped two spots with 3541.

2015 BWC

11/16/15

Shannon Pluhowsky takes over lead in women's World Cup after 16 games

Team USA member averages 217.56 to hold a 22-pin lead over Round 2 leader Sandra Gongora of Mexico

2015BWCShannonPluhowsky2_small.jpg2015BWCSandraGongora3_small.jpgTwo-time World Cup champion Shannon Pluhowsky (l.), United States, posted the second-highest series on the day two qualifying en route to take over the lead in women's Bowling World Cup after 16 of 24 games. Pluhowsky rolled games of 268, 235, 202, 201, 238, 235, 195 and 205 for 1779 to leap from fifth place to the top of the leaderboard with 3481 total and an overall average of 217.56. Pluhowsky holds a 22-pin lead over Sandra Gongora (r.) of Mexico (3459).

2015 BWC

11/15/15

Aumi Guerra leads by a whisker after women's first round at Bowling World Cup

Two-time World Cup champion leads the defending champion by just one pin after the first 8-game block

2015BWCAumiGuerra3_small.jpg2015BWCClaraJulianaGuerrero_small.jpgTwo-time World Cup champion Aumi Guerra (l.) of the Dominican Republic started her run for an unprecedented third title with a first-place finish after the first round of qualifying in the 51st QubicaAMF Bowling World at Sam's Town bowling center in Las Vegas. Guerra, who won back-to-back World Cup titles in 2010 and 2011, toppled 1738 pins to lead defending World Cup champion Clara Juliana Guerrero (r.) of Colombia by just one pin.

2015 BWC

11/15/15

Jaris Goh takes first-round lead at 51st QubicaAMF World Cup

Singaporean averages over 231 to lead the field of 86 men after 8 of 24 qualifying games

2015BWCJarisGoh2_small.jpg 2015BWCFrancoisLouw_small.jpgJaris Goh of Singapore (l.) averaged 231.88 for eight games Sunday morning at Sam's Town bowling center in Las Vegas to take the first-round lead in the men's division at the 51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup. The 20-year-old right-hander led the field of 86 bowlers from 86 countries with 1855 total. Francois Louw (r.) of South Africa used one of three 289 games in the first of three qualifying rounds to take second place with 1846 (230.75).

Starting This Weekend

11/12/15

Onsite coverage of the 51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup

Sam's Town Hotel & Gambling Hall in Las Vegas, Nev., USA (Nov. 13-20, 2015)

2015BWCLogo_small.jpg After a 16-year absence, the QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup returns to the United States when the 51st edition of the prestigious event will be held from November 13-20 at the 56-laner inside Sam's Town Hotel and Gambling Hall in Las Vegas, Nevada. 156 players, 85 men and 71 women, from 87 countries have registered, making the World Cup tenpin bowling's largest event in in terms of number of countries competing. BowlingdigitalBanner_mini.jpgBowlingdigital will provide onsite coverage from Las Vegas.

Team USA News

11/10/15

Team USA's Doyle, Pluhowsky head to QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in Las Vegas

2015TEAMUSAKamronDoyle_small.jpg 2015TeamUSAShannonPluhowsky_small.jpg Rising star Kamron Doyle (l.) of Brentwood, Tennessee, will make his Team USA debut, while Shannon Pluhowsky (r.) of Dayton, Ohio, looks for a record-breaking performance starting Sunday at the 51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup. Doyle, a 17-year-old high school student, and Pluhowsky, who will be looking to win the event for a record third time, will head to the Sam's Town Bowling Center in Las Vegas for the World Cup.

2015 BWC

10/27/15

51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup nears 90-country mark

Bowlingdigital.com will provide onsite coverage from Sam's Town bowling center in Las Vegas Nov. 14-20

2015BWCLogo_small.jpgAfter a 16-year absence, the QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup returns to the United States when the 51st edition of the prestigious event will be held from November 13-20 at the 56-laner inside Sam's Town Hotel and Gambling Hall in Las Vegas, Nevada. With less than three weeks to go before the first ball will be rolled, the World Cup, traditionally tenpin bowling's biggest event in regard to participating countries, is nearing the 90-country mark. BowlingdigitalBanner_mini.jpgBowlingdigital will provide onsite coverage from Las Vegas.

2015 BWC

10/15/15

51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup reaches 80-country mark

Bowlingdigital.com will provide onsite coverage from Sam's Town bowling center in Las Vegas Nov. 14-20

2015BWCLogo_small.jpgAfter a 16-year absence, the QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup returns to the United States when the 51st edition of the prestigious event will be held from November 13-20 at the 56-laner inside Sam's Town Hotel and Gambling Hall in Las Vegas, Nevada. After Bermuda, Brunei and Poland have named their players, the World Cup has reached the 80-country mark. BowlingdigitalBanner_mini.jpgBowlingdigital will provide onsite coverage from Las Vegas.

Coming next Month

10/07/15

Onsite Coverage of the 51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in Las Vegas

Bowlers from 77 countries have registered for the 51st edition of the prestigious event Nov. 13-20 at Sam's Town bowling center

2015BWCGuerreroPluhowskyGuerraRyanCiach_small.jpgAfter a 16-year absence, the QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup returns to the United States when the 51st edition of the prestigious event will be held from November 13-20 at the 56-laner inside Sam's Town Hotel and Gambling Hall in Las Vegas, Nevada. Bowlers from 77 countries, 73 men and 63 women, have reistred so far, including four women's champions (pictured left).

England

08/04/15

Sam Rose and Keira Reay to bowl for England at Bowling World Cup Las Vegas

2015BWCQEnglandKeiraReaySamRose_small.jpg Two of the most exciting young stars in the country will represent England in the upcoming QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in the United States. After a hard fought two-day qualifier at Branksome in Poole, Dorset, featuring 23 games for men and 17 games for women, Sam Rose and Keira Reay (pictured, r-l) emerged as the champions. The 51st edition of the prestigious Bowling World Cup will be held from Nov. 13-20, 2015, at Sam's Town Hotel & Gambling Hall in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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