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Wu Hao-Ming, Danielle McEwan capture All-Events titles

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The completion of the men’s and women’s team event also decided the medal in all-events (total pinfall in singles, doubles, trios and team preliminaries).

Wu Hao-Ming (right) of Chinese Taipei and Danielle McEwan refused to fall and captured the gold medals.

Wu, who rolled the lone 300 game of this Championships in his first game in Singles, averaged 217.54 for 24 games to win the gold medal in men’s all-events with 5221 total.

Wu had 1337 in singles, 1321 in doubles, 1272 in trios and 1291 in the team event.

Petteri Salonen (left, with coach Sami Konsteri) of Finland was 70 pins behind to capture the silver medal with 5151. AJ Johnson (right, with Team USA head coach Rod Ross) , United States, secured the bronze medal with 5134.

Johnson’s fellow countrywoman Danielle McEwan (left) totaled 5126 pins, an average of 213.58, to win the women’s title.

McEwan had 1212 in singles, 1284 in doubles, 1321 in trios and 1309 in the eam of five.

Siti Safiyah of Malaysia (left, with coach Ben Heng) was 78 pins back in second place with 5048.

Bronze went to Tsai Hsin-Yi (right) of Chinese Taipei with 5017.

The top 24 in all-events advance to masters match play in best-of-three game format, which will conclude the Championships on Monday. The top 8 receive a first round bye.

The World Bowling Championships for men and women will be held from Nov. 25 through Dec. 4 at South Point Bowling Plaza in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.

The Championships will award medals in six disciplines in each division – singles, doubles, trios, team, all-events and masters.

Bowlingdigital will provide onsite coverage of the combined World Championships including reports, photos and results after each round commencing with women’s singles preliminaries on Saturday, Nov. 25, all the way through to masters match play on Monday, Dec. 4, completed in the late afternoon.

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2017 World Bowling Championships – Men’s All-Events (final standings)

Top 3 will earn the medals in All-Events; top 24 advance to Masters Match Play, top 8 receive a first-round bye.

2017 World Bowling Championships – Women’s All-Events (final standings)

Top 3 will earn the medals in All-Events; top 24 advance to Masters Match Play, top 8 receive a first-round bye.

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