2002 Pattaya

Thailand

08/12/02

Wu Siu Hong ends World Youth Championship with win in Masters

P.S. Bowl in Pattaya, Thailand (August 4-11, 2002)

2001 Asian rankings leader Wu Siu Hong of Hong Kong ended the 7th World Youth Tenpin Bowling Championship at P.S. Bowl in Pattaya, Thailand, with victory in the Boys Masters. Siu Hong posted some big scores on his way to the title. The No. 3 seed ousted Swede Martin Larsen in the semi-final, 261-191, then topped tournament leader Kim Ko-Woon, Korea, 431-400, to claim the title. ##


Thailand

08/12/02

Shannon Pluhowsky crowned Girls Masters champion in Pattaya

P.S. Bowl in Pattaya, Thailand (August 4-11, 2002)

U.S. National Amateur Champion Shannon Pluhowsky rolled games of 210, 212 and 213 to become the Girls Masters champion at the 7th World Youth Tenpin Bowling Championship at P.S. Bowl in Pattaya, Thailand. Pluhosky, seeded third, sidelined Kim Ho-Jung, Korea, 210-193, in the opening match for the right to bowl Ho-Jung's compatriot Hong Soo-Yeon for the title. Being down by three pins after game #1, Pluhowsky rebounded with a 212-178 seal the 429-390 victory.

Thailand

08/10/02

Swedish boys triumph in team event

P.S. Bowl in Pattaya, Thailand (August 4-11, 2002)

Sweden now owns both the men's and the boys' World Championship team title. Robert Anderson, Mats Olsson, Jonni Kemppainen and Martin Larsen set new championship records over three team-games (2590, 215,83) and six team-games (5074, 211,42) to win the title in the boys' the 4-player team event at the 7th World Youth Championship in Pattaya, Thailand.

Thailand

08/10/02

English girls win second title in team event

P.S. Bowl in Pattaya, Thailand (August 4-11, 2002)

England's doubles champions Donna Adams and Ann Smith joined forces with Zara Glover and Lisa John to win the 4-player team event at the 7th World Youth Championship. The foursome had a high individual series of 1186 and a low of 1177 to finish at 4728, or an average of 197.

Thailand

08/09/02

Gold and bronze for Korea's boys in doubles

P.S. Bowl in Pattaya, Thailand (August 4-11, 2002)

Korea's boys captured gold and bronze in the doubles competition at the 7th World Youth Championship in Pattaya, Thailand. Son Won Lak and Kim Ho-Yoon claimed the title with 2532 pinfall total and a 211 average. Their teammates Kim Young-Hun and Kim Ko-Woon checked in at 2500, good for the bronze medal.

Thailand

08/08/02

Adams/Smith continue the winning streak for English girls

P.S. Bowl in Pattaya, Thailand (August 4-11, 2002)

England's Donna Adams and Ann Smith secured the gold medal in doubles at the 7th World Youth Tenpin Bowling Championship in Pattaya, Thailand. The duo averaged 203,83 for 12 games and felled 2446 pins to continue the winning streak for English girls in this year's international youth events.

Thailand

08/08/02

Yannaphon Larpapharat wins second gold for Thailand

P.S. Bowl in Pattaya, Thailand (August 4-11, 2002)

Thailand's youth bowlers used the home advantage to sweep the gold medals in the boys' and girls singles' event at the 7th World Youth Championship. Just one day after Angkana Netruiseth has become the first gold medallist of the event her teammate Yannaphon Larpapharat took the title in the boys' division. The 19-year-old averaged 228,17 and had a 6-game total of 1369.

Thailand

08/07/02

Sensational gold medal victory for Thailand's Angkana Netruiseth

P.S. Bowl in Pattaya, Thailand (August 4-11, 2002)

Angkana Netrviseth has become Thailand's sensation of the 7th World Youth Tenpin Bowling Championship at P.S. Bowl in Pattaya, Thailand, winning the gold medal in the girls' singles event. The 12-year-old had games of 234-182-214-256-200-244 for a 1330, six-game series, and an average of 221,67.

Thailand

08/05/02

7th World Youth Championship

P.S. Bowl in Pattaya, Thailand (August 4-11, 2002)

The 7th World Youth Tenpin Bowling Championship will take place at P.S. Bowl in Pattaya, Thailand, August 4-11, 2002. The event is organized by the Thai Tenpin Bowling Congress (TTBC). Princess Ubolrattana is expected to declare the championships open on August 4, 2002. Boys and girls from 29 FIQ member federations born on or after January 2, 1979, will bowl for medals in singles, doubles, four-player team, all events and masters competition.


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