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Martins, Suartz to represent Brazil at 2018 QubicaAMF World Cup

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Stephanie Martins and Marcelo Suartz went undefeated in single-elimination match play to win the titles in the 27th QubicaAMF Brazil Bowling Cup en route to earn their tickets to the 54th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in Las Vegas, Nevada, later this year.

Suartz (left), who made his World Cup debut 2007 in St. Petersburgh, Russia, and participated last time 2010 in Toulon, France, came back from a 0-1 deficit (202-218) with back-to-back wins (227-210, 227-204) to defeat Daniel Murta for the men’s title, two-games-to-one.

In the semi-final matches, Suartz eliminated William Hideki and Murta ousted defending champion Renan Zoghaib, who represented Brazil in three out of the last four World Cups (2014, 2016 and 2017), both 2-1. In roll-off for third and fourth and 4th place, Hideki defeated Zoghaib, 2-1.

On the women’s side, defending champion Stephanie Martins (right) earned the no. 1 seed for the match play finals and swept all her opponents, including Léa Castro in the title match (243-148, 206-157).

Martins will make the third appearance and her second in Las Vegas after 2015 and 2017 (Hermosillo, Mexico). Castro had to settle for second place for the second consecutive year. In roll-off for third and fourth place, Maria Diniz topped Lúcia Vieira, 2-1.

The 27th QubicaAMF Bowling Brazil Cup drew 66 players from all over Brazil, 42 men and 24 women.

The winners will represent their Brazil at the 54th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup, which will be held at Sam’s Town Bowling Center in Las Vegas, Nev., USA, November 5-11, 2018.

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From left: Daniel Murta, Marcelo Suartz and William Hideki.

27th QubicaAMF Bowling Brazil Cup – Men’s Finals

Single-elimination, best-of-three-games match play in bracket format.

Final Standings:
1. Marcelo Suartz
2. William Hideki
3. Daniel Murta
4. Renan Zoghaib

Round of 16

#1 Marcelo Suartz def. #16 Sidiney Dartora, 2-1
(191-254, 279-236, 240-216)
#2 Daniel Murta def. #15 William Kanegae, 2-0
(235-182, 246-203)
#3 Renan Zoghaib def. #14 Mário Farias, 2-1
(221-147, 201-206, 214-200)
#4 Pedro Diniz def. #13 Márcio Vieira, 2-1
(225-229, 195-156, 237-207)
#5 William Hideki def. #12 Mário Testa, 2-1
(212-222, 202-195, 229-185)
#6 Rodrigo Marques def. #11 Eduardo Andrade, 2-0
(193-193, 235-185)
#10 Felipe Rezende def. #7 Celso Azevedo, 2-0
(223-205, 230-204)
#8 Igor Pizzoli def. #9 Jair Dartora, 2-0
(202-202, 246-199)

Quarterfinals

Marcelo Suartz def. Igor Pizzoli, 2-0
(235-210, 230-185)
Daniel Murta def. Felipe Rezende, 2-0
(226-191, 200-194)
Renan Zoghaib def. Rodrigo Marques, 2-0
(232-196, 216-201)
William Hideki def. Pedro Diniz, 2-0
(191-186, 235-190)

Semifinals

Marcelo Suartz def. William Hideki, 2-1
(278-197, 188-211, 205-164)
Daniel Murta def. Renan Zoghaib, 2-1
(203-229, 214-158, 258-191)

Championship Round

Championship: Marcelo Suartz def. Daniel Murta, 2-1
(202-218, 227-210, 227-204)
Roll-off for 3rd and 4th place: William Hideki def. Renan Zoghaib, 2-1
(235-178, 205-215, 231-167)

From left: Léa Castro and Stephanie Martins.

27th QubicaAMF Bowling Brazil Cup – Women’s Finals

Single-elimination, best-of-three-games match play in bracket format.

Final Standings:
1. Stephanie Martins
2. Léa Castro
3. Maria Diniz
4. Lúcia Vieira

Round of 16

#1 Stephanie Martins def. #16 Ana Maria Rodrigues, 2-0
(195-148, 202-109)
#2 Léa Castro def. #15 Silvia Reinbold, 2-0
(200-112, 222-113)
#3 Lúcia Vieira def. #14 Mariangela Marcondes, 2-0
(155-141, 212-150)
#4 Maria Diniz def. #13 Vanessa Andrade, 2-0
(159-145, 150-120)
#12 Leila Zuccari def. #5 Roseli Santos, 2-1
(134-171, 179-141, 206-191)
#6 Dê Luqueti def. #11 Rosina Freitas, 2-0
(167-144, 181-176)
#7 Elisa Kim def. #10 Coca Camargo, 2-1
(138-155, 165-149, 200-161)
#9 Thais Miyuki def. #8 Neuza Kae, 2-1
(181-149, 141-203, 184-157)

Quarterfinals

Stephanie Martins def. Thais Miyuki, 2-0
(195-170, 237-213)
Léa Castro def. Elisa Kim, 2-0
(213-140, 153-148)
Lúcia Vieira def. Dê Luqueti, 2-1
(154-158, 213-170)
Maria Diniz def. Leila Zuccari, 2-0
(227-189, 192-117)

Semifinals

Stephanie Martins def. Maria Diniz, 2-0
(237-184, 224-168)
Léa Castro def. Lúcia Vieira, 2-0
(193-189, 223-192)

Championship Round

Championship: Stephanie Martins def. Léa Castro, 2-0
(243-148, 206-157)
Roll-off for 3rd and 4th place: Maria Diniz def. Lúcia Vieira, 2-1
(204-149, 191-197, 175-152)

Author: Herbert Bickel
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