World Cup

2013 BWC

11/23/13

Or Aviram wins first-ever Bowling World Cup for Israel

No. 3 seed defeats Alexei Parshukov (Russia) and Guy Caminsky (South Africa) on his way to the men's title; USA wins the Bent Petersen trophy for top country

2013BWCGuyCaminsky5_small.jpg2013BWCOrAviram6_small.jpgOr Aviram (l.) became the first Israeli bowler to win a Bowling World Cup title when he defeated Guy Caminsky (r.) of South Africa, two-games-to-one, in the men's title match of the 49th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia. Aviram, seeded third, defeated Alexei Parshukov of the host country Russia, 2-0, for the right to bowl tournament leader Caminsky for the title.

2013 BWC

11/23/13

Caroline Lagrange goes wire-to-wire to win women's title at 49th Bowling World Cup

Canadian defeats Singapore Cherie Tan in the title match to capture her second World Cup title; Aumi Guerra, Dominican Republic finishes third

2013BWCCherieTan5_small.jpg2013BWCCarolineLagrange7_small.jpgCaroline Lagrange (l.) of Canada went wire-to-wire at the 49th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup capturing her second World Cup title Saturday at Sharovaya Molniya Bowling Center in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia. In the title match, Lagrange defeated Cherie Tan (r.) of Singapore in best-of-three games format, two-games-to-one. In the opening match, Tan swept Aumi Guerra of the Dominican Republic, 2-0.

2013 BWC

11/22/13

Peter Hellström leads top eight men into Round Robin at 49th Bowling World Cup

Swede averages 243.34 for 32 games; Team USA's John Szczerbinski rolls the field-best 1994 series (249.25 average); Nino Stenko (SLO) and Joel Tan (SIN) bring the number of 300s in this event to 16; Or Aviram (ISR) and Humberto Vazquez (MEX) shoot 299; cut number for 8th place is 7612 (237.88)

2013BWCPeterHellstrom5_small.jpg 2013BWCNinoStenko_small.jpgPeter Hellström (l.) of Sweden averaged 243.34 for 32 games to lead the top 8 men into round robin match play of the 49th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk. Hellström had eight games between 255 and 214 in Friday's Round of 24 for 1895 pinfall and 7787 overall. Nino Stenko (r.) of Slovenia and Joel Tan of Singapore each rolled a 300 game bringing the total number of perfect games in this year's event  to 16.

2013 BWC

11/22/13

Canada's Caroline Lagrange stays atop the women's leaderboard as the field is cut to 8

Two-time champ Aumi Guerra (DOM) narrows the gap to 120 pins heading into round robin match play; Finn Roosa Lundén rolls the 14th 300 game of the 49th World Cup; the 8th and final berth goes to Luminita Farkas Bucin (ROM/221.16 average)

2013BWCCarolineLagrange2_small.jpg2013BWCRoosaLunden2_small.jpgCaroline Lagrange of Canada (l.) averaged 231.63 in the Round of 24 and stayed atop the women's leaderboard in the 49th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup as the field was cut to the top 8. With the 24-game qualifying pinfall carried over, Lagrange toppled 1853 pins for 7809 overall, an average of 244.03 for 32 games. Roosa Lundén (r.) of Finland used the field-best 1942 series including the tournaments 14th 300 game to move from eighth to sixth place.

2013 BWC

11/21/13

Peter Hellström regains lead to earn high qualifier honors at Bowling World Cup

Swede averages 245.50 for 24 games as the field was cut to the top 24 men; Mats Maggi (BEL) rolls the lone 1500-series including the tournament's 13th 300 game; another 13 players surpass the 1400-mark and 26 more crack the 1300-bar; cut for 24th place is 5465 (227.71 average)

2013BWCPeterHellstrom2_small.jpg2013BWCMatsMaggi_small.jpgPeter Hellström (l.) of Sweden left it until the last two games to regain control of the 74-player field en route to earn high qualifier honors in the men's division with 5892 and an average of 245.50 for 24 games. Hellström rolled 1313 in the last six-game block but was able to weather a strong charge by Mats Maggi (r.) of Belgium (1502 including a 300 game) to hang onto the fourth round lead as the field was cut to the top 24.

2013 BWC

11/21/13

Caroline Lagrange wins women's qualifying at 49th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup

Canadian shoots her second 1500-series in the fourth round to widen her lead to 205 pins; Filipino Maria Lourdes Arles rolls the 12th 300 game of the tournament and the second by a woman; the field is cut to the top 24 players; cut for 24th place is 5002 (208.42 average)

2013BWCCarolineLagrange_small.jpgCaroline Lagrange (pictured) of Canada rolled her second 1500-series in the fourth round of the 49th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup Thursday at Sharovaya Molniya bowling center in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia, to win the women's qualifying as the 64-player field was cut to the top 24. Lagrange, who is looking for her second World Cup title after her victory four years ago, toppled 15956 pins, an average of 248.17 for 24 games. There were no changes in the top 6 in this round and the top 24 players remained the same.

2013 BWC

11/20/13

Hellström, Parshukov, Caminsky roll 1500-series to lead the third round in men's qualifying

Sweden's Peter Hellström averages 254.39 for 18 games to lead the men's division by 182 pins heading into the final qualifying block on Thursday; another 16 players shoot 1400-series; just 18 of 74 players average under 200; Aviram, Kalika, Sloan bring the total number of 300 games to record 11; cut for 24th place is 4117 (228.72 average)

2013BWCPeterHellstrom3_small.jpg2013BWCOrAviram_small.jpgPeter Hellström (l.) of Sweden, who leads the men's division at the 49th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup since the first day, began to pull away on Wednesday. Hellström rolled his third consecutive 1500-series and the highest of three 1500-series today to lead the 74-player field with 4579 and an average of 254.39 for 18 games. Or Aviram (r.), Israel, Mykhaylo Kalika, Ukraine, and Ireland's Christopher Sloan brought the  number of 300 games to record 11.

2013 BWC

11/20/13

Caroline Lagrange shoots the first 300 game by a woman on Day Three Qualifying at BWC

Canadian rolls the highest series of the day (1490) to widen her lead to 162 pins; the third six-game block of the women's division features six 1400-series and 14 1300-series; cut for 24th place is currently 3750 (208.5 average)

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2013BWCAumiGuerra2_small.jpgA pair of World Cup champions lead the 64-player women's field into the final day of qualifying in the 49th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup. 2009 champion Caroline Lagrange (l.) rolled the highest series in the third round Wednesday morning to widen her lead to 162 pins. Lagrange toppled 1490 pins including the first 300 game by a woman in Krasnoyarsk, Russia. 2010 & 2011 winner Aumi Guerra (r.) of the Dominican Republic moved into second place with 4287.

2013 BWC

11/19/13

Cherie Tan, Aumi Guerra lead the women's second qualifying round at 49th Bowling World Cup

Canada's Caroline Lagrange also rolls a 1400 series to maintain a 99-pin lead as qualifying reaches the halfway point; another 14 players crack the 1300-mark; cut for 24th place is currently 2484 (207 average)

2013BWCCarolineLagrange_small.jpg2013BWCCherieTan_small.jpgOvernight leader Caroline Lagrange (l.) of Canada posted the third-highest 1449 series in the second round of qualifying to maintain her lead in the women's division of the 49th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup currently underway at Sharovaya Molniya bowling center in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia. Singapore's Cherie Tan (r.) and Aumi Guerra of the Dominican Republic topped Lagrange on Wednesday to narrow the gap to 99 and 123 pins, respectively.

2013 BWC

11/19/13

Swede Peter Hellström shoots another 1500-series to widen his lead in Men's World Cup

Scores are going through the roof in Siberia; second qualifying block features four 1500-series including a record 1599 by Mats Maggi (BEL), 16 1400-series and 14 1300-series; Tore Torgersen (NOR) rolls back-to-back 300; another two 300s bring the total number of perfectos to seven; cut for 24th place is 2720 (226.67 average)

2013BWCMatsMaggi_small.jpg2013BWCToreTorgersen300_small.jpgScores went through the roof in the men's second qualifying block of the 49th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup. Four men cracked the 1500-bar while another 16 players had 1400-series. Mats Maggi (l.) of Belgium fired a 1599 series, an average of 266.50, to set a new record for six games. Tore Torgersen (r.) of Norway reeled of 24 consecutive strikes to become the first player in BWC history with back-to-back 300s.

2013 BWC

11/18/13

Caroline Lagrange sets the bar with a 1510 series to lead Bowling World Cup women's division

Canadian takes a 98-pin lead after the first of four six-game blocks; Luminita Farkas and Danielle McEwan crack the 1400-bar; 13 players surpass the 1300-bar; cut for 24th place is currently 1230 (205 average)

2013BWCCarolineLagrange2_small.jpg2013BWCLuminitaFarkasBucin_small.jpgCaroline Lagrange (l.) of Canada got off to a blistering start as she tallied a 1510 series Monday evening at Sharovaya Molniya Bowling Center to take a commanding lead in the women's division of the 49th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup. Lagrange, who won the 2009 World Cup, averaged 151.67 for the first of four qualifying blocks including games of 279, 258, 247, 220, 248 and 258 to lead her nearest competitor Luminita Farkas (r.) of Romania by 98 pins.

2013 BWC

11/18/13

Peter Hellström averages over 257 to take the first round lead in Men's World Cup

Swede fires a 1543 series to lead a field of 74 players after 6 of 24 qualifying games; 12 players crack the 1400-bar; another 26 players surpass the 1300-mark; three players achieve perfection; cut for 24th place is currently 1364 (227.33 average)

2013BWCPeterHellstrom_small.jpg Peter Hellström (pictured left) of Sweden averaged 257.17 in the opening qualifying block to take the lead in the men's division after the opening round in the 49th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup. The two-time European Bowling Tour champion started his six-game series with back-to-back 267 games and a high game of 279and closed things out with back-to-back 236 low games and a final 258. Another twelve players cracked the 1400-bar Monday at Sharovaya Molniya Bowling Center in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia.

Team USA News

11/13/13

John Szczerbinski, Danielle McEwan headed to Russia for QAMF Bowling World Cup

Sharovaya Molniya Bowling Center in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia (Nov. 15-24, 2013)

2013TeamUSAJohnSzczerbinski_small.jpg2013TeamUSADanielleMcEwan_small.jpgWith one appearance at the QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup under their belts, Team USA's John Szczerbinski (l.) and Danielle McEwan (r.) hope to put their experience to good use next week. Szczerbinski and McEwan will travel to the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, Russia, to compete in the 49th World Cup, which begins Monday with the first round of qualifying. BowlTV will provide live streaming of the entire World Cup from start to finish.

Switzerland

09/09/13

Chantal Hügin, Gregor Ramsak win Swiss Bowling World Cup Qualifier

Winners book the tickets to Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia to represent Switzerland at the 49th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup

2013SwissBWCQGregorRamsakChantalHuegin_small.jpgChantal Hügin and Gregor Ramsak (l-r) will represent Switzerland at the 49th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in Siberia after they won the finals of the Swiss BWC qualifier Sunday at bowling center BeSeCo in Rümikon. Hügin led the women's division from wire-to-wire to finish 229 pins ahead of second-place Bigi Manico. The men's winner was decided in the 29th and last game. Ramsak topped Junior Team Switzerland member Kevin Haasper by mere four pins to take the ticket to Siberia.

Portugal

09/05/13

Ana Vieira, Paulo Lopes repeat as Portugal's Bowling World Cup representatives

2013BWCPORQAnaVieiraPauloLopes_small.jpg Ana Vieira and Paulo Lopes (l-r) captured the women's and men's title in the Portuguese qualifying tournament for the 2013 QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup and earned berth in the 49th edition of the event, which will take place Nov. 15-24 at Sibiryak Bowling Center in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia. In the stepladder finals in best-of-three- game format, top seeded Vieira and Lopez, topped their opponents Fatima Jordão and Alex Fortuna, who both came from the No. 4 seed, two-games-to-none.

Brazil

09/01/13

Roberta Rodrigues, Celso Azevedo win XXII QubicaAMF Brazil Cup

Qualify for 49th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia

2013BWCBRAQCelsoAzevedoRobertaRodrigues_small.jpg Roberta Rodrigues and Celso Azevedo (l-r) won the women's and men's division of XXII QubicaAMF Brazil Cup August 25 at Dragon Bowling Center in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and will represent their country in the 49th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup Nov. 15-24, 2013 at Sibiryak Bowling Center in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia.. In the men's title match between Squad A and B leaders, Azevedo defeated Pedro Lima, 202-188, while Rodrigues topped Elisa Kim, 224-187, to capture the women's stepladder final.

Netherlands

07/19/13

Alex de Vries, Ghislaine van der Tol win Dutch QAMF Bowling World Cup Qualifier

2013NEDBWCQAlexdeVriesGhislainevanderTol_small.jpg Alex de Vries and Ghislaine van der Tol (pictured, l-r) won the Dutch Bowling Tour finals en route to earn berths into the 49th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup from Nov. 15-24, 2013 at Sibiryak Bowling Center in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia. In the men's title match in best-of-three games format, De Vries topped 2011 World Cup representative Phil Hulst, two-games-to-one. On the women's side, Van der Tol swept national champion Nicole Sanders, 2-0.

Israel

07/15/13

Or Aviram, Tali Itzhak to represent Israel at 49th Bowling World Cup in Krasnoyarsk

2013ISRBWCQOrAviramTaliItzhak_small.jpg Or Aviram of bowling club Nesher and Tali Itzhak of Super Strike club (pictured left, l-r) emerged as the men's and women's winner in the qualifying tournament for 49th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup and will represent Israel from Nov. 15-24, 2013 at Sibiryak Bowling Center in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia. It will mark the fifth time after 2002, 2005, 2006, and 2010 that Aviram will represent Israel at the World Cup and the second consecutive year for Itzhak. 

Canada

03/27/13

2009 champion Caroline Lagrange requalifies for Bowling World Cup

Newcomer Larry Salvati to represent Canada in the men's division at 49th BWC edition in Siberia

2013BWCCanadianQualifier_small.jpg Caroline Lagrange (r.) of Montreal, Quebec, and Larry Salvati (l.) of Mississauga, Ontario, won the Bowling World Cup Canadian National Finals this past weekend at C & D Lanes in Woodstock, Ontario. Lagrange, who won the women's title in 2009, and Salvati, who had his first appearance at the BWC qualifier, will represent Canada this coming November 15-24 at the 49th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup at Sibiryak Bowling Center in Krasnoyarsk (Siberia), Russia.

Siberia

03/06/13

The city of Krasnoyarsk in Siberia will host the 49th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup

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QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup manager, Anne-Marie Board, has announced that the Sibiryak center in Krasnoyarsk, capital city of the Russian province of Krasnoyarsk in Siberia, will host the 49th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup from 15th to 24th November 2013. The 32-lane Sibiryak center is part of the 'World Class' fitness and Hilton hotel complex, a 250-room hotel which occupies the top eleven floors. QubicaAMF will take all of the rooms for the tournament.

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