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Andrew Cain passes Pete Weber for PBA Shark Championship qualifying lead


Andrew Cain of Phoenix, one of two left-handers to survive the Professional Bowlers Association Shark Championship qualifying round, surged past PBA Hall of Famer Pete Weber with a 223 final game to lead the fourth and final animal pattern event in the GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling VIII at the National Bowling Stadium in Reno, Nev., Friday.

Cain (pictured above), a former Team USA member and past-president of the United States Bowling Association, rolled games of 224, 255, 207, 222, 236, 221, 258 and 223 on the demanding 43-foot Shark oiling pattern to lead the 24 players who advanced to the Shark Championship best-of-five-game elimination matches next Wednesday. Cain and the seven other top qualifiers earned first-round byes in match play.

The Shark round also produced a first in PBA Tour competition as husband-and-wife Mitch and Ingellimar Beasley of Clarksville, Tenn., both qualified for match play. Mitch tied for 12th; his wife, a Venezuela native, was the other left-hander to finish among the top 24.

“I was sick last week and couldn’t practice, so it took a while to get my legs under me,” Cain said. “I was particularly focused on this condition, and I was able to make good shots all night – stay in the moment and go through the process.”

2016PBAAndrewCainCain (right) is trying for his first PBA Tour title. His best previous finish was a tie for third in the 2015 Cheetah Championship.

At the conclusion of the Shark round, the top 42 qualifiers based on combined totals of eight games in each of the four animal pattern events advanced to the PBA World Championship cashers’ round Sunday morning.

The eight-game round will cull the field to the top 24 players for three eight-game head-to-head match play rounds Sunday evening and Monday. Based on 56 total games, the five top players will compete for the PBA World Championship, the final major of the 2016 season, live on ESPN on Sunday, Dec. 11, at 1 p.m. ET.

2016PBABJMoore2016PBAMattOGradyThe 32-game qualifying totals also determined the U.S. bowlers who will meet five international players in a special USA vs. The World team match on Sunday, Dec. 11, for delayed broadcast on ESPN.

The five Americans will EJ Tackett of Huntington, Ind.; BJ Moore III (left) of Greensburg, Pa.; Mitch Beasley; Matt O’Grady (right) of South Amboy, N.J., and Dick Allen of Columbia, S.C.

2016PBADomBarrett2016PBAFrancoisLavoieThe international team will be composed of Australia’s Sam Cooley, England’s Dom Barrett (left), Canada’s Francois Lavoie (right), Mexico’s Arturo Quintero and Sweden’s Martin Larsen.

Leading the World Championship qualifiers after his final round Friday was Tackett who has unfinished business on his mind after leading the field into last year’s live ESPN stepladder finals, only to lose to Gary Faulkner Jr. of Memphis, Tenn., in the title match.

2016PBA5009PeteWeber6Pete Weber (left), who remains in contention for his 38th career PBA Tour title, spent more of his preparation time for the World Series in the doctor’s office than on the lanes. Despite lingering pain that has limited his activity for much of the 2016 season, he limped into the early PBA Shark Championship qualifying lead before Cain edged him for the top spot.

Weber, at age 54 and bowling in his 782nd PBA Tour event, rolled games of 247, 234, 214, 238, 222, 258, 217 and 212 in Friday’s Shark round, scoring at a 230.25 pace on what many feel is the PBA’s most difficult animal oiling pattern.

He finished three pins ahead of Matt O’Grady, who is having a “career year” in WSOB VIII competition. Fourth was Sam Cooley with 1,830 pins and fifth was Francois Lavoie with 1,806 pins.

2016PBAMartinLarsen2016PBAMarkusJanssonOther international bowlers who advanced to the best-of-five-game match play elimination round on Wednesday, Dec. 7 were Martin Larsen, Sweden (left; 9th, 1,773), Markus Jansson, Sweden (right; 11th, 1,766), Mik Stampe, Denmark (14th, 1,764) and Dom Barrett, England (16th, 1,753).

After finishing Tuesday’s eight-game Cheetah Championship qualifying round tied for 110th place, Weber switched on the afterburners, finishing 18th in the Chameleon round Wednesday and 32nd on the Scorpion condition Thursday . His 32-game qualifying total of 7,064 pins is easily enough to advance to Sunday’s PBA World Championship cashers round in 13th place.

“I felt like I bowled pretty good on the Cheetah pattern,” he said of his meager start, “but I asked myself, how many different ways can you leave 10 pins? I think I counted about 75.

“I’m throwing the ball really well for being as sore as I am,” he added. “I’m trying to stay focused and not think about the pain.”

Weber said he has recently learned he has scoliosis in his lower spine which is causing severe hip pain. The pain knocked him out of last year’s World Series, but he was able to manage it over the summer months when he had unprecedented success on the PBA50 Tour, winning a record five tournaments in a row, a record six for the year and repeating as both Senior U.S. Open champion and PBA50 Player of the Year.

But as the PBA50 season was winding down in late summer, so was Weber’s pain tolerance.

“I missed all of (the PBA Fall Swing in) Detroit. I started (the PBA Fall Classic) in Vegas and didn’t finish. I didn’t even start the U.S. Open,” he said. “It just kills me; I love to bowl, I love to be out here and it hurts when you have to withdraw or can’t even start a major. Especially the U.S. Open (which he has won a record five times).

“I have three months after we get home to get straightened out for next year’s majors (the PBA will conduct three major championships back-to-back-to-back in February),” he said.

“I’m going to do a CAT scan and that’ll be enough to tell my doctor what he needs to do to me. For now it’s cortisone treatments. It keeps the pain away from my right hip. Not so much on the left side, but so far, the pain hasn’t gotten any worse. I’m going to do everything I possibly can to not have to withdraw.”

2016PBAEJTackettEJ Tackett (left), 24, has been consistently among the front-runners in all four World Championship qualifying stages, finishing fifth in the Cheetah round, 20th in the Chameleon, third in the Scorpion stage and seventh on the Shark condition.

The 2013 PBA Rookie of the Year also was dominant in the 56-game World Championship marathon last year before he lost a 215-202 decision to Faulkner in the title match.

“After last year, yes, it’s business not done yet,” Tackett said. “I’ve had a good week so far. I’m getting my ball to do what it’s supposed to do. Hopefully things will hold up. There are still a lot of games left.”

Despite his small stature, Tackett is one of the PBA’s most powerful high-rev players, ranking right at the top alongside the top two-handed power players. When deteriorating lane conditions require players to move into deep inside angles, Tackett not only can play that shot, but loves it.

“I don’t mind it at all,” he grinned.

After his 32 games on the four animal patterns, Tackett held off Moore by seven pins to lead World Champions qualifiers. Cooley was third with 7,249 pins, 91 behind Moore. Beasley was fourth with 7,248 pins and O’Grady was fifth with a 7,231 total. Faulkner (115th place) failed to advance.

2016PBAWSOBVIIILogoSaturday is a day off for WSOB VIII competitors, but action resumes Sunday with the PBA World Championship cashers round at 1 p.m. ET, followed by the first eight-game match play round at 8:30 p.m. ET for the top 24 qualifiers. World Championship competition continues with two eight-game match play rounds Monday at 1 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. ET.

All qualifying and match play elimination rounds in the World Series are being covered live, exclusively by PBA’s online live-streaming service, Xtra Frame. For more information, click here.

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PBA Shark Championship – Final Qualifying Standings

Players with position, hometown and 8-game total; top 24 advance to best-of-five-game match play elimination round on Wednesday, Dec. 7; top 8 earn byes for the Round of 24. w-denotes woman.

1, Andrew Cain, Phoenix, 1,846
2, Pete Weber, St. Ann, Mo., 1,842
3, Matthew O’Grady, South Amboy, N.J., 1,839
4, Sam Cooley, Australia, 1,830
5, Francois Lavoie, Canada, 1,806
6, Jason Sterner, Cocoa, Fla., 1,796
7, E.J. Tackett, Huntington, Ind., 1,789
8, B.J. Moore III, Greensburg, Pa., 1,779
9, Martin Larsen, Sweden, 1,773
10, Dick Allen, Columbia, S.C., 1,772
11, Markus Jansson, Sweden, 1,766
12 (tie), Chris Barnes, Double Oak, Texas, and Mitch Beasley, Clarksville, Tenn., 1,765
14, Mik Stampe, Denmark, 1,764
15, Walter Ray Williams Jr., Oxford, Fla., 1,757
16, Dom Barrett, England, 1,753
17 (tie), Anthony Simonsen, Princeton, Texas, and Chris Warren, Grants Pass, Ore., 1,742
19, Kyle Troup, Taylorsville, N.C., 1,738
20, Derek Handy, Redmond, Wash., 1,736
21 (tie), w-Ingellimar Beasley, Venezuela, and Bill O’Neill, Langhorne, Pa., 1,735
23 (tie), Nathan Bohr, Austin, Texas, and Tom Smallwood, Saginaw, Mich., 1,731

Missed Cut:
25 (tie), Nicholas Kruml, Downers Grove, Ill., and Ray Teece, England, 1,729
27, Kim Bolleby, Thailand, 1,724
28, Jon Van Hees, Charlestown, R.I., 1,723
29, Patrick Dombrowski, Parma, Ohio, 1,720
30, Connor Pickford, Charlotte, N.C., 1,718
31, Anthony Pepe, Elmhurst, N.Y., 1,714
32, Matthew McNiel, Minneapolis, Minn., 1,713
33 (tie), Brad Angelo, Lockport, N.Y.; Wes Malott, Pflugerville, Texas, and Arturo Quintero, Mexico, 1,712
36, Russell Lopes, Carmichael, Calif., 1,710
37, Stuart Williams, England, 1,706
38 (tie), Gary Faulkner Jr., Memphis, Tenn., and Greg Ostrander, Freehold, N.J., 1,705
40 (tie), Wang Hongbo, China, and Chris Loschetter, Avon, Ohio, 1,704
42, Jeremy Mooney, West Palm Beach, Fla., 1,701
43, Daniel Fransson, Sweden, 1,700
44, Kevin Croucher, Grants Pass, Ore., 1,699
45, Ryan Ciminelli, Cheektowaga, N.Y., 1,698
46, Scott Newell, Deland, Fla., 1,694
47 (tie), Devin Bidwell, Wichita, Kan., and Parker Bohn III, Jackson, N.J., 1,690
49, Rhino Page, Orlando, Fla., 1,686
50 (tie), Carsten Hansen, Denmark, and J.R. Raymond, Bay City, Mich., 1,684
52, Aaron Lorincz, Belleville, Mich., 1,682
53, Francois Louw, South Africa, 1,681
54, Ronnie Russell, Marion, Ind., 1,675
55 (tie), Clint Land, Houston, and Sean Rash, Montgomery, Ill., 1,674
57, Chris Bolosan, Newport News, Va., 1,672
58, Jake Peters, Henderson, Nev., 1,670
59, Bryon Smith, Roseburg, Ore., 1,662
59, Michael Haugen Jr., Phoenix, 1,662
61, Mike DeVaney, Winchester, Calif., 1,659
62 (tie), Richie Teece, England, and Ildemaro Ruiz, Venezuela, 1,650
64 (tie), Osku Palermaa, Finland, and Patrick Girard, Canada, 1,649
66, Tom Daugherty, Riverview, Fla., 1,648
67 (tie), w-Summer Jasmin, Beckley, W.Va.; Jason Belmonte, Australia; Tyler Jensen, Ft. Worth, Texas, and Noel Vazquez, Sacramento, Calif., 1,644
71 (tie), Zhongli Mi, China, and Kevin Donovan, Painted Post, N.Y., 1,643
73 (tie), Michael Wittendorff, Denmark, and Zeke Bayt, Westerville, Ohio, 1,640
75, A.J. Johnson, Oswego, Ill., 1,636
76, Josh Blanchard, Mesa, Ariz., 1,635
77, Amleto Monacelli, Venezuela, 1,632
78, Brad Miller, Maryland Heights, Mo., 1,631
79, w-Ashly Galante, Palm Harbor, Fla., 1,630
80 (tie), David Haynes, Las Vegas; Johnathan Bower, Middletown, Pa., and Chris Arcaro, Wilmington, N.C., 1,629
83, Joe Paluszek, Bensalem, Pa., 1,626
84, Wang Dali, China, 1,625
85, Zhiyong Wang, China, 1,622
86, Zhang Haitao, China, 1,618
87, Andres Gomez, Colombia, 1,617
88, PJ Haggerty, Roseville, Calif., 1,615
89 (tie), Andrew Graff, Las Vegas, and Ryan Shafer, Horseheads, N.Y., 1,611
91 (tie), Anthony Lavery-Spahr, Pasadena, Texas, and Darren Tang, San Francisco, Calif., 1,602
93, Patrick Allen, South Salem, N.Y., 1,600
94, Tommy Jones, Simpsonville, S.C., 1,599
95, Brett Cunningham, Clay, N.Y., 1,598
96, Kristopher Prather, Milton, Fla., 1,597
96, Blake Demore, Springfield, Mo., 1,597
98, David Krol, Nixa, Mo., 1,595
99, David Maycock, Bermuda, 1,594
100 (tie), Lucas Legnani, Argentina, and Anton Ahlgren, Sweden, 1,593
102 (tie), Graham Fach, Canada, and Jesse Buss, Belvidere, Ill., 1,591
104, Lou Yi, China, 1,589
105 (tie), John Furey, Freehold, N.J., and Cameron Weier, Tacoma, Wash., 1,586
107, Liu Shaoyi, China, 1,585
108 (tie), Lars Nielsen, Denmark, and Isaac Russell, Malaysia, 1,583
110, Mateo Hernandez, Argentina, 1,581
111, Tim Foy Jr., Seaford, Del., 1,580
112, Jakob Butturff, Chandler, Ariz., 1,579
113, Paul Moor, England, 1,574
114 (tie), Eugene McCune, Munster, Ind., and John Szczerbinski, N. Tonawanda, N.Y., 1,571
116, Ryan Graywacz, Feeding Hills, Mass., 1,568
117, Lonnie Waliczek, Wichita, Kan., 1,567
118, Craig LeMond, Jasper, Ind., 1,564
119 (tie), Jonathan Wilbur, North Clarendon, Vt., and Mike Wolfe, New Albany, Ind., 1,563
121, LeVinc Samuels, Bermuda, 1,556
122 (tie), Marshall Kent, Yakima, Wash., and Dave Wodka, Beavercreek, Ohio, 1,552
124, Mike Scroggins, Amarillo, Texas, 1,550
125, w-Liz Johnson, Cheektowaga, N.Y., 1,549
126, Bob Learn Jr., Erie, Pa., 1,545
127 (tie), J.T. Jackson, Sherman Oaks, Calif., and Will Vidulich, Parsippany, N.J., 1,543
129 (tie), Jesper Svensson, Sweden, and D.J. Archer, Friendswood, Texas, 1,542
131, Shawn Maldonado, Houston, 1,537
132, Tom Hess, Urbandale, Iowa, 1,535
133, Benjamin Canfield, Tempe, Ariz., 1,532
134, Pascal Winternheimer, Germany, 1,526
135, w-Anggie Ramirez, Colombia, 1,525
136, Ron Mohr, Las Vegas, 1,520
137, Pontus Andersson, Sweden, 1,519
138, Brandon Novak, Chillicothe, Ohio, 1,517
139 (tie), Cody McCowin, Daytona Beach, Fla.; Tobias Boerding, Germany, and Jeff Evans, Supply, N.C., 1,513
142, Thomas Larsen, Denmark, 1,501
143, w-Daria Pajak, Poland, 1,491
144 (tie), Stephen Bennett, Hampton, Va., and Steven Arehart, Chesapeake, Va., 1,488
146, w-Liz Kuhlkin, Rotterdam, N.Y., 1,475
147, Brett Cooper, Denver, 1,472
148, Hashim Guinomla, Philippines, 1,470
149, Kristian Rogers, Salisbury, N.C., 1,457
150, Tim Frenz, Dickinson, N.D., 1,453
151, Douglas Hankins, Boise, Idaho, 1,449
152, Martin Bedford, Altus, Okla., 1,446
153, Rickai Binns, Bermuda, 1,428
154, Jonathan Hocsman, Argentina, 1,415
155, Casey Knutson, Sparks, Nev., 1,414
156, Adam Wilson, Reno, Nev., 1,401
157, Steve Ford, Seaside, Ore., 1,381
158, Michael Duran, Banning, Calif., 1,356
159, Agustin Aranguren, Argentina, 1,323
160, Matthew Wozney, Clayton, Del., 1,315
161, Xu Chen, China, 1,314
162, Qi Wankang, China, 1,285
163, Xiao Lu, China, 1,263
164, Cody Copeland, Abilene, Texas, 1,258
165, w-Jill Creamer, Folsom, Calif., 1,247
166, Adrian McCoy, British Virgin Islands, 1,216
167, Mohamed Janahi, Bahrain, 809

PBA World Championship – Final Qualifying Standings after 32 games

8 games each in Cheetah, Chameleon, Scorpion and Shark Championship rounds; top 42 based on 32-game pinfall totals for the four animal patterns advance to the PBA World Championship cashers’s round.

1, E.J. Tackett, Huntington, Ind., 7,347
2, B.J. Moore III, Greensburg, Pa., 7,340
3, Sam Cooley, Australia, 7,249
4, Mitch Beasley, Clarksville, Tenn., 7,248
5, Matthew O’Grady, South Amboy, N.J., 7,231
6, Dom Barrett, England, 7,217
7, Dick Allen, Columbia, S.C., 7,189
8, Francois Lavoie, Canada, 7,151
9, Brandon Novak, Chillicothe, Ohio, 7,136
10, Arturo Quintero, Mexico, 7,107
11, Martin Larsen, Sweden, 7,077
12, Anthony Simonsen, Princeton, Texas, 7,073
13, Pete Weber, St. Ann, Mo., 7,064
14, Matthew McNiel, Minneapolis, Minn., 7,055
15 (tie), Patrick Dombrowski, Parma, Ohio, and Patrick Girard, Canada, 7,051
17, Jason Belmonte, Australia, 7,032
18, Kyle Troup, Taylorsville, N.C., 7,007
19, Sean Rash, Montgomery, Ill., 6,996
20, Tom Smallwood, Saginaw, Mich., 6,971
21, Wes Malott, Pflugerville, Texas, 6,967
22, Mik Stampe, Denmark, 6,965
23, Thomas Larsen, Denmark, 6,963
24, Tom Daugherty, Riverview, Fla., 6,961
25, Jesper Svensson, Sweden, 6,958
26, Chris Warren, Grants Pass, Ore., 6,945
27 (tie), Greg Ostrander, Freehold, N.J., and Francois Louw, South Africa, 6,942
29, Brad Angelo, Lockport, N.Y., 6,938
30, Walter Ray Williams Jr., Oxford, Fla., 6,923
31, Kristopher Prather, Milton, Fla., 6,917
32, Jason Sterner, Cocoa, Fla., 6,914
33, Tommy Jones, Simpsonville, S.C., 6,911
34, Carsten Warming Hansen, Denmark, 6,908
35, Andrew Graff, Las Vegas, 6,907
36, Kevin Donovan, Painted Post, N.Y., 6,903
37 (tie), Chris Barnes, Double Oak, Texas, and Rhino Page, Orlando, Fla., 6,902
39, Richie Teece, England, 6,899
40 (tie), Nicholas Kruml, Downers Grove, Ill., and Marshall Kent, Yakima, Wash., 6,898
42, Markus Jansson, Sweden, 6,892

Missed Cut:
43, Jon Van Hees, Charlestown, R.I., 6,890
44, A.J. Johnson, Oswego, Ill., 6,889
45, Nathan Bohr, Austin, Texas, 6,886
46, John Furey, Freehold, N.J., 6,876
47, Daniel Fransson, Sweden, 6,867
48, Jake Peters, Henderson, Nev., 6,866
49, Anthony Lavery-Spahr, Pasadena, Texas, 6,863
50, Stuart Williams, England, 6,855
51, Darren Tang, San Francisco, Calif., 6,844
52, Amleto Monacelli, Venezuela, 6,837
53, J.R. Raymond, Bay City, Mich., 6,832
54, Zeke Bayt, Westerville, Ohio, 6,831
55, Ronnie Russell, Marion, Ind., 6,830
56, Bill O’Neill, Langhorne, Pa., 6,829
57, Liu Shaoyi, China, 6,818
58, Mike DeVaney, Winchester, Calif., 6,814
59, Osku Palermaa, Finland, 6,810
60, Parker Bohn III, Jackson, N.J., 6,808
61, Lonnie Waliczek, Wichita, Kan., 6,805
62, Bryon Smith, Roseburg, Ore., 6,799
63, Zhiyong Wang, China, 6,798
64, Chris Arcaro, Wilmington, N.C., 6,790
65, Jakob Butturff, Chandler, Ariz., 6,784
66, Mike Wolfe, New Albany, Ind., 6,783
67, Ryan Ciminelli, Cheektowaga, N.Y., 6,782
68 (tie), Michael Haugen Jr., Phoenix, and Tyler Jensen, Ft. Worth, Texas, 6,774
70, Dave Wodka, Beavercreek, Ohio, 6,772
71, Lucas Legnani, Argentina, 6,766
72, Cameron Weier, Tacoma, Wash., 6,755
73, David Haynes, Las Vegas, 6,753
74, Ryan Shafer, Horseheads, N.Y., 6,746
75, Bob Learn Jr., Erie, Pa., 6,744
76, Eugene McCune, Munster, Ind., 6,740
77, Benjamin Canfield, Tempe, Ariz., 6,736
78, Johnathan Bower, Middletown, Pa., 6,723
79, Shawn Maldonado, Houston, 6,720
80, Brad Miller, Maryland Heights, Mo., 6,719
81, Jesse Buss, Belvidere, Ill., 6,707
82 (tie), Anthony Pepe, Elmhurst, N.Y., and PJ Haggerty, Roseville, Calif., 6,702
84, Graham Fach, Canada, 6,692
85, w-Daria Pajak, Poland, 6,689
86, ss-Ron Mohr, Las Vegas, 6,684
87 (tie), Andrew Cain, Phoenix, and Kim Bolleby, Thailand, 6,671
89, Scott Newell, Deland, Fla., 6,663
90, Anton Ahlgren, Sweden, 6,657
91, Jeff Evans, Supply, N.C., 6,656
92, Chris Bolosan, Newport News, Va., 6,653
93, Wang Hongbo, China, 6,646
94, Chris Loschetter, Avon, Ohio, 6,628
95, Kevin Croucher, Grants Pass, Ore., 6,620
96, Patrick Allen, South Salem, N.Y., 6,619
97, w-Liz Johnson, Cheektowaga, N.Y., 6,618
98, Connor Pickford, Charlotte, N.C., 6,613
99, Brett Cunningham, Clay, N.Y., 6,608
100, Blake Demore, Springfield, Mo., 6,606
101, Josh Blanchard, Mesa, Ariz., 6,592
102, Craig LeMond, Jasper, Ind., 6,581
103, Jonathan Wilbur, North Clarendon, Vt., 6,580
104, Aaron Lorincz, Belleville, Mich., 6,572
105, Joe Paluszek, Bensalem, Pa., 6,570
106, w-Summer Jasmin, Beckley, W.Va., 6,569
107 (tie), Noel Vazquez, Sacramento, Calif., and Zhongli Mi, China, 6,563
109, Pascal Winternheimer, Germany, 6,559
110, Michael Wittendorff, Denmark, 6,554
111, LeVinc Samuels, Bermuda, 6,552
112, Isaac Russell, Malaysia, 6,541
113, Devin Bidwell, Wichita, Kan., 6,530
114, Steven Arehart, Chesapeake, Va., 6,508
115, Gary Faulkner Jr., Memphis, Tenn., 6,505
116, w-Ingellimar Beasley, Venezuela, 6,492
117, Ildemaro Ruiz, Venezuela, 6,478
118, Lars Nielsen, Denmark, 6,474
119, Ray Teece, England, 6,470
120, Ryan Graywacz, Feeding Hills, Mass., 6,466
121, Tobias Boerding, Germany, 6,461
122, Zhang Haitao, China, 6,452
123, Clint Land, Houston, 6,450
124, Russell Lopes, Carmichael, Calif., 6,446
125, Andres Gomez, Colombia, 6,436
126, David Krol, Nixa, Mo., 6,427
127, D.J. Archer, Friendswood, Texas, 6,426
128 (tie), Wang Dali, China, and Pontus Andersson, Sweden, 6,414
130, Mike Scroggins, Amarillo, Texas, 6,399
131, Tim Foy Jr., Seaford, Del., 6,383
132, Hashim Guinomla, Philippines, 6,379
133, David Maycock, Bermuda, 6,362
134, Kristian Rogers, Salisbury, N.C., 6,356
135, w-Ashly Galante, Palm Harbor, Fla., 6,348
136, Paul Moor, England, 6,340
137, Tom Hess, Urbandale, Iowa, 6,323
138 (tie), Lou Yi, China, and w-Anggie Ramirez, Colombia, 6,316
140, Derek Handy, Redmond, Wash., 6,302
141, Cody McCowin, Daytona Beach, Fla., 6,298
142, Brett Cooper, Denver, 6,297
143, Jeremy Mooney, West Palm Beach, Fla., 6,275
144, John Szczerbinski, N. Tonawanda, N.Y., 6,166
145, Xu Chen, China, 6,120
146, Martin Bedford, Altus, Okla., 6,103
147, w-Liz Kuhlkin, Rotterdam, N.Y., 6,100
148, Casey Knutson, Sparks, Nev., 6,094
149, Jonathan Hocsman, Argentina, 6,035
150, J.T. Jackson, Sherman Oaks, Calif., 5,980
151, Matthew Wozney, Clayton, Del., 5,973
152, Will Vidulich, Parsippany, N.J., 5,936
153, Adam Wilson, Reno, Nev., 5,931
154, Douglas Hankins, Boise, Idaho, 5,915
155, Mateo Hernandez, Argentina, 5,905
156, Michael Duran, Banning, Calif., 5,895
157, Qi Wankang, China, 5,892
158, Stephen Bennett, Hampton, Va., 5,796
159, Agustin Aranguren, Argentina, 5,794
160, Rickai Binns, Bermuda, 5,793
161, Steve Ford, Seaside, Ore., 5,748
162, Tim Frenz, Dickinson, N.D., 5,735
163, w-Jill Creamer, Folsom, Calif., 5,352
164, Xiao Lu, China, 5,260
165, Cody Copeland, Abilene, Texas, 5,234
166, Adrian McCoy, British Virgin Islands, 4,982

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