AIMAG

2013 AIMAG

07/06/13

Chinese Taipei women; Hong Kong men claim coveted Team titles to end AIMAG 2013

Anyang Hogye Gymnasium Bowling Center in Incheon, South Korea (June 29 - July 6, 2013)

2013AIMAGHongKongmen_small.jpg 2013AIMAGChineseTaipeiwomen_small.jpgThe Chinese Taipei women's team (pictured right) and the men's team from Hong Kong (left) won the coveted gold medals in the four-player Team events to end the bowling competition of the 4th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games at Anyang Hogye Gymnasium Bowling Center in Incheon, South Korea. 130 bowlers from from twenty countries participated.

2013 AIMAG

07/05/13

Singapore's Daphne Tan wins second gold medal in Women's Doubles at AIMAG 2013

Park Jong Woo & Shin Seung Hyeon capture the first title for the host country Korea

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2013AIMAGDaphneTanBerniceLim_small.jpgSingles champion Daphne Tan and her team mate Bernice Lim captured the second gold medal for Singapore (left, l-r) at the 4th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games (AIMAG) with victory in Women's Doubles, while Men's Doubles champions Park Jong Woo and Shin Seung Hyeon (right, r-l) earned the first gold medal for the host country Korea.

2013 AIMAG

07/02/13

Michael Mak, Daphne Tan start 4th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games with victory in Singles

Anyang Hogye Gymnasium Bowling Center in Incheon, South Korea (June 29 - July 6, 2013)

2013AIMAGMichaelMak_small.jpgDaphneTan_small.jpgMichael Mak of Hong Kong and Singapore's Daphne Tan started the 4th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games (2013 AIMAG) with victory in men's and women's Singles. Mak (l.), seeded fifth, defeated top-seeded Kim Jun Yung, Korea, by one pin, 204-203, to claim the gold medal in the men's division. In the women's finals, second-seeded Tan (r.) defeated fourth-seeded Chen Dongdong of China, 182-167, to wrap up the title.

2009 AIG

11/07/09

Korean women and UAE men sweep gold medals in 3rd Asian Indoor Games

Conclude Games with victory in 4-player Team event

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Korea's Jeon Eun-Hee, Gang Hye-Eun, Hwang Sun-Ok and Son Yun-Hee and Hussain Al-Suwaidi, Sayed Ibrahim, Shaker Al-Hassan and Naif Oqab, UAE, swept the gold medals in Singles, Doubles and Team in the 3rd Asian Indoor Games at Saigon Superbowl in Ho Chih Minh City, Vietnam. In the women's 4-player team title match the Koreans flew past Japan, 895-696, to win the third gold medal in as many events. In the men's title match, the Arabs defeated Malaysia, 829-788, to secure their third gold medal in the Games. 

2009 AIG

11/06/09

Korean women and Malaysian men lead in 4-player team event after Block 1

Hong Kong's Katherine Lau rolls the second 300 game of the Asian Indoor Games

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The women from Korea and the men from Malaysia set the pace as the 4-player team event of the 3rd Asian Indoor Games has reached the halfway point Thursday at Saigon Superbowl in Ho Chih Minh City, Vietnam. The Koreans felled 2593 pins, an average of 216.08, while the Malaysians totaled 2763 (230.25). The 12 women's teams and the 18 men's teams will return on Friday for the second 3-game block on short oil. The top 4 teams with the highest six-game total in each division will advance to the semifinals.

2009 AIG

11/05/09

Son, Jeon capture the second gold medal for Korea in Women's Doubles in Vietnam

Saigon Superbowl in Ho Chih Minh City, Vietnam (Oct. 30 - Nov. 8 2009)

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Asian Indoor Games Singles champion Son Yun-Hee teamed with Jeon Eun-Heeto win the second gold medal for Korea in the Women's Doubles event Wednesday at Saigon Superbowl in Ho Chih Minh City, Vietnam. Son/Jeon, both members of the Korean quintet which has won the gold medal in the 5-player team event at the Women's World Championships in Las Vegas this summer, defetaed Fatin Syazliana and Sin Li Jan, Malaysia, in the title match, 432-393.

2009 AIG

11/04/09

Oqab, Al-Suwaidi win Men's Doubles gold by the closest possible margin

Saigon Superbowl in Ho Chih Minh City, Vietnam (Oct. 30 - Nov. 8 2009)

2009AIGLogo_small.jpgNaif Oqab and Hussain Al-Suwaidi earned the No. 1 seed for the Doubles finals in the 3rd Asian Indoor Games with a 46-28 win in roll off over Choi Bok-Eum and Kim Tae-Young. The Arabs met the Koreans once again in the title match and captured the gold medal with a 431-430 victory. Choi/Kim received the silver medal. Ryan Lalisang/Hengky Susanto, Indonesia, and Eric Tseng/Wu Siu Hong, Hong Kong, shared the bronze medal.

2009 AIG

11/03/09

Korea's Son Yun-Hee wins Women's Singles from top seed at Asian Indoor Games

Saigon Superbowl in Ho Chih Minh City, Vietnam (Oct. 30 - Nov. 8 2009)

2009AIGLogo_small.jpgSon Yun-Hee won the first gold medal in the Asian Indoor Games bowling competition for Korea when she defeated Maki Sano, Japan, 193-158, to capture the title in Women's Singles Monday at Saigon Superbowl in Ho Chih Minh City, Vietnam. In the semifinals Son defeated No. 4 Tannya Roumimper, Indonesia, 206-192, and Sano ousted No. 3 Shayna Ng, Singapore, 211-172. Sano received the silver medal while Ng and Roumimper shared the bronze. The championships will continue on Tuesday with the Men's Doubles competition.


2009 AIG

11/02/09

Oqab starts 3rd Asian Indoor Games with victory in Men's Singles

Saigon Superbowl in Ho Chih Minh City, Vietnam (Oct. 30 - Nov. 8 2009)

2009AIGLogo_small.jpgNaif Oqab, the lowest seed in the 8-player Men's Singles finals, cruised to victory in the opening bowling event of the 3rd Asian Indoor Games Sunday at Saigon Superbowl in Ho Chih Minh City, Vietnam. The Arab flew past qualifying leader Jang Dong-Chul, Korea, in the quarterfinal, 279-183, then edged No. 4 seed, Biboy Rivera, 219-194, Philippines, in the semis and took the gold medal in the title match against No. 6 seed, Choi Bok-Eum, Korea, by three pins, 222-219.

Macau, China

11/03/07

Korea comes from behind to win the men's team title at Macau 2nd Asian Indoor Games

COTAI International Sports Complex in Macau, China (Oct. 26 through Nov. 3, 2007)

2007AIGLogo_small.jpg The Korean men's team, which barely made the cut to the finals in fourth position, climbed the ladder to win the gold medal in the men's four-player team event at the Macau 2nd Asian Indoor Games. Choi Bok Eum, Kim Hyun Suk, Kim Kwang Wook and Park Min Su ousted No. 1 seeded Japan in the semi-finals, 830-766, and went on to defeat the No. 2 seed, Qatar with Qatar Mubarak Al Muraikhi, Fahid Al-Emadi, Abdulla Al-Qattan and Saeed Al-Hajri, 922-829, in the title match. Qatar received the silver medal while Japan and Thailand shared the bronze.

Macau, China

11/03/07

Korean women shoot high score to cruise to the title in Team event at Asian Indoor Games

COTAI International Sports Complex in Macau, China (Oct. 26 through Nov. 3, 2007)

2007AIGLogo_small.jpg The Korean four-player team flew past the Chinese women, 957-833, in the title match of the four-player team event to win the third gold medal in as many events in the 2nd Asian Indoor Games at COTAI International Sports Complex in Macau, China. Gang Hye Eun led the team with 260 and was followed by Gye Min Young (246), Choi Jin A (237) and Kim Yeau Jin (214). Chen Dongdong, Wu Suqin, Zhang Yuhong, Yang Suling received the silver medal. The teams from Japan (842-764 vs. Korea) and Malaysia (793-720 vs. China) shared the bronze medal.

Macau, China

10/30/07

Gold and Silver for Korea in Women's Doubles at Asian Indoor Games

COTAI International Sports Complex in Macau, China (Oct. 26 through Nov. 3, 2007)

2007AIGWomenDoubles_small.jpg The Korean bowlers continued to dominate the Macau 2nd Asian Indoor Games bowling competition when they captured the gold and silver medal in women's doubles. Gye Min Young, who led in singles after qualifying but walked away empty-handed, and Gang Hye Eun, seeded third, defeated their compatriots, singles champion Choi Jin A and Kim Yeau Jin, the No. 1 seeds, in the title match, 391-381. The duos from China (front row) Chen Dongdong/Wu Suqin and Zhang Yuhong/Yang Suling shared the bronze medal.

Macau, China

10/30/07

Second gold medal for Korea in 2nd Asian Indoor Games

Bok Eum and Min Su win the title in Men's Doubles

2007AIGMenDoubles_small.jpg The men's doubles titles in the 2nd Asian Indoor Games at COTAI International Sports Complex in Macau, China was decided between the two top-seeded teams. No. 2 seeded Choi Bok Eum and Park Min Su, Korea, saved their best fort he last match and flew past No. 1 seeded Somjed Kusonpithak and Yannaphon Larp-apharat, Thailand, 521-416, to win the second gold medal for Korea in the third event.

Macau, China

10/28/07

Choi Jin A wins gold for Korea in Women's Singles at 2nd Asian Indoor Games

COTAI International Sports Complex in Macau, China (Oct. 26 through Nov. 3, 2007)

2007AIGWomenSingles_small.jpg Third-seeded Choi Jin-A defeated No. 2 Zatil Iman, Malaysia, 214-191, to capture the gold medal for Korea in Women's Singles in the 2nd Asian Indoor Games at COTAI International Sports Complex in Macau, China. Hakura Matsuda, Japan, and Yang Suling, China, who lost in the semi-final matches, shared the bronze medal.  The competition will continue with the men's and women's doubles on Monday and Tuesday.

Macau, China

10/27/07

Alabadla starts Macau 2nd Asian Indoor Games with victory in Men's Singles

COTAI International Sports Complex in Macau, China (Oct. 26 through Nov. 3, 2007)

2007AIGMenSingles_small.jpg Nayef Eqab Alabadla defeated two Koreans, No. 1 seed Choi Bok Eum and No. 2 seed Kim Hyun Suk, en route to win the gold medal in men's singles in the 2nd Asian Indoor Games at COTAI International Sports Complex in Macau, China. Hyun Suk earned the silver medal while Bok Eum and Khaled Al-Dubyyan, Kuwait, shared the bronte medal. The top 8 players after six games on the short-oil pattern advanced to the single elimination finals.

Macau, China

10/27/07

2nd Asian Indoor Games

COTAI International Sports Complex in Macau, China (Oct. 26 through Nov. 3, 2007)

2007AIGLogo_small.jpg The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) has invited its 45 National Olympic Committee (NOC) members to the 2nd Asian Indoor Games. The Games will be staged from October 26 through November 3, 2007 in Macau, China and feature 19 sports including two demonstration sports. Tenpin bowling is a medal sport featuring three disciplines, Singles, Doubles and Four-Player Teams. The bowling competition will be held in a 24-lane bowling center in the COTAI International Sports Complex in Macau from Oct. 27 through Nov. 2.

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