2010 EBT

2010 European Bowling Tour Masters

04/13/11

Mika Koivuniemi, Cherie Tan triumph in 4th European Bowling Tour Masters 2011

Larsen und Koivuniemi achieve perfection in Round Robin Match Play

2011EBTMastersMenTop3_small.jpg2011EBTMastersWomenTop3_small.jpgPBA star Mika Koivuniemi (l., center), a native Finn who lives in Hartland, Mich., USA, and Singapore international Cherie Tan (r., center) claimed the men's and women's titles in the 4th European Bowling Tour Masters, the season-ending event of the 2010 European Bowling Tour, Tuesday at Gladiator Arena in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The champions received 4.000 Euro each.

2010 European Bowling Tour Masters

04/13/11

Martin Larsen, Cherie Tan led top 8 men and women into match play finals

Larsen and compatriot Persson-Planefors win third block on mixed oil

201011PBAMartinLarsen_small.jpgLong-time Swedish national team member Martin Larsen (l.2009DHCCherieTan_small.jpg) and Cherie Tan (r.) of Singapore led the top 8 from the men's and women's division into the finals of the EBT Masters Tuesday at Gladiator Arena in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The top 8 men and the top 8 women will determine the champion in seven games round robin match play with the pinfall total from the preliminaries being carried forward. The men's and women's champion will receive 4.000 Euro each.

2010 European Bowling Tour Masters

04/12/11

Mika Koivuniemi, Cherie Tan lead fourth EBT Masters after 12 games preliminaries

Norway's Tore Torgersen rolls first 300 game on medium oil

201011PBAMikaKoivuniemi_small.jpg2010AGCherieTan_small.jpgNine-time PBA champion Mika Koivuniemi (l.), a native Finn who lives in Hartland, Mich., USA, and Singapore national team member Cherie Tan (r.) led the men's and women's preliminaries in the fourth European Bowling Tour Masters 2011 after 12 of 18 games Monday at bowling center Gladiator Arena in Ljubljana, Slovenia, The 16 men and the 16 women bowled six games each on the medium and long oil conditioning pattern on Monday. The winners of each block received a 400 Euro bonus.

EBT News

01/02/11

2010 European Bowling Tour Recap

Tour's 11th consecutive season exceeds 1 million Euro prize fund

2010EBTLogo_small.jpgThe 2010 European Bowling Tour has concluded its 11th consecutive season featuring 18 tournaments in 16 countries. The EBT kicked off with the Brunswick Ballmaster Open and ended with the Qatar Bowling Open, the Tour's two Platinum tournaments in 2010. In addition the Tour consisted of six Gold, seven Silver and four Satellite tournaments. The total prize fund of the 2010 European Bowling Tour exceeded 1 million Euro (approx. US$1.32 million) prize fund.

2010 European Bowling Tour #18

12/20/10

Big payday for Stuart Williams; wins 30.000 Euro in Qatar Open

Dominic Barrett and Nina Flack win the 2010 European Bowling Tour rankings

2010BucharestStuartWilliams_small.jpgPBA exempt player Stuart Williams (l.), England, seeded first, defeated No. 2 seed Mai Ginge Jensen, Denmark, 422-417, en route to claim the title in the EBT "Platinum" Qatar Bowling Open and to win the 30.000 Euro top prize (approx. 43,865 U.S. Dollar). Jensen pocketed 15.000 for second place while Dominic Barrett, England and Sayed Al-Hashemi, UAE got 5.000 each for third and fourth place. Barrett and Nina Flack, Sweden won the men's and women's 2010 EBT rankings.

2010 European Bowling Tour #18

12/19/10

It's down to 16 in 10th Qatar Bowling Open

Finnish bowlers dominate Final Round One and Two

2010EBT15KristaPollanen2_small.jpg2009EBT05JouniHelminen_small.jpgThe field is down to 16 players in the 120.000 Euro Qatar Bowling Open. Reigning World Games champion Krista Pöllänen (l.), Finland, led Round Two with 1345 to lead the top 10 players into the third round where they will clash with the top six qualifiers. Her compatriot Jouni Helminen (r.) was second with 1343. The field will be cut to 8, 4 and then 2 players who will bowl for the totle and the 30.000 Euro top prize (approx. USD39.750) on Sunday, Dec. 19.

2010 European Bowling Tour #18

12/18/10

Al-Hashemi wins qualifying in 10th Qatar Bowling Open

Leads a field of 39 men and 9 women into the finals on Saturday and Sunday

2010MWCSayedIbrahimAlHashemi_small.jpg2010BucharestStuartWilliams_small.jpgSayed Al-Hashemi (l.) remained unchallenged during the last three qualifying squads Friday at Qatar Bowling Center en route to win the qualifying of the 10th Qatar Open with 1464 six-game total and an average of 244. PBA exempt player Stuart Williams (r.), England, led Squad 17 to jump into second place with 1436. Squad 16 leader Mai Ginge Jensen, Denmark, was third with 1435. A total of 48 players advanced to the finals on Saturday and Sunday.

2010 European Bowling Tour #18

12/17/10

Al-Hashemi rolls back-to-back 270s to overtake qualifying lead in Qatar Open

Heading into the last qualifying day, cut for 38th place is 1299

2010MWCSayedIbrahimAlHashemi_small.jpg2010EBT16DominicBarrett_small.jpgUAE national team member Sayed Al-Hashemi (l.) led a fully-booked Squad 13 with 1464 six-game total and an average of 244 to position himself atop the 139-player leaderboard of the 10th Qatar Bowling Open at Qatar Bowling Center in Doha, Qatar. Previous leader Dominic Barrett (right), England, slipped to second place with 1420. Qualifying ends on Friday with Squads 15-18 and concludes with the ultimate Desperado Squad at Midnight. 

2010 European Bowling Tour #18

12/16/10

Dominica Barrett rises to the top in qualifying Squad 10 at 10th Qatar Open

PBA champions Fagan, Healey lead Squad 9 and 11 to move into top 12

2010EBT15DominicBarrett_small.jpg2010EBT10JimmyMortensen_small.jpgDominic Barrett (l., England, finished Squad 10 with a huge 287 en route to overtake the lead in the 10th Qatar Bowling Open Thursday at Qatar Bowling Center in Doha. The Englishman surpassed previous leader Jimmy Mortensen (r.), Denmark, by 16 pins with 1420 pinfall total and an average of 236.87. PBA champions Mike Fagan and Patrick Healey led Squads 9 and 11 to move into the top 12. Qualifying continues on Thursday with Squads 12-14.

2010 European Bowling Tour #18

12/15/10

Jimmy Mortensen shoots 300 to overtake qualifying lead in 10th Qatar Open

Defending champion Remy Ong moves into fourth place

2010EBT13JimmyMortensen2_small.jpg2010BevidaStormRemyOng_small.jpgDanish national team member Jimmy Mortensen (l.) became the first player in the 10th Qatar Bowling Open who cracked the 1400-bar when he totaled 1404 pins in Squad 7 on Tuesday. Mortensen started his series with the first 300 of this year's event to overtake Naif Oqab, UAE, by five pins. Defending champion Remy Ong, Singapore led Squad 8 with 1393 to jump into fourth place. Qualifying continues on Wednesday with Squads 9-11.

2010 European Bowling Tour #18

12/14/10

Squad 5 and 6 leaders Oqab, Torgersen move to the top in 10th Qatar Bowling Open

Cut for top 6 is 1356; cut for top 12 is 1310; cut for top 38 is 1197

2010EBT18NaifOqab_small.jpg2010EBT10ToreTorgersen_small.jpgNaif Oqab, UAE, and Tore Torgersen, Norway led the fifth and sixth of total 18 qualifying squads Monday at Qatar Bowling Center in Doha, Qatar en route to overtake the lead in the qualifying of the 10th Qatar Bowling Open. Oqab (l.) had games of 182, 210, 235, 277, 231 and 264 to overtake the lead with 1399 and an average of 233.17. Torgersen (r.) fell on epin short to sit in second place with 1398. Qualifying continues on Tuesday with Squads 7 and 8.

2010 European Bowling Tour #18

12/13/10

Swede Karl Wahlgren overtakes qualifying lead at 10th Qatar Bowling Open

Eight players of Squad 3 and 4 crack the top 10 on Day Two Qualifying

2009EBT10KarlWahlgren_small.jpg2010ABFT05YousifFalah_small.jpgKarl Wahlgren (l.) of Sweden overtook the lead in the qualifying of the 10th Qatar Bowling Open when he knocked down 1378 pins in Squad 4 on Sunday, Dec. 12 at Qatar Bowling Center in Doha. After two days of qualifying the Swede has a 22-pin cushion over Squad 3 leader Yousif Falah (right), Bahrain, who overtook day one leader Mubarak Al-Muraikhi, Qatar, by just one pin, 1356 to 1355. Qualifying continues on Monday, Dec. 13 with Squads 5 and 6.

2010 European Bowling Tour #17

11/16/10

Perttu Jussila wins his first EBT title in 1st Ebonite Roma International

Patricia Luoto finishes third to win Women's Ranking in Rome

2010EBT16PerttuJussila_small.jpg2010EBT15StuartWilliams_small.jpgPerttu Jussila (l.) of Finland captured his first European Bowling Tour title in the 1st Ebonite Roma International Sunday at Brunswick Bowling Rome, Italy. In the title match, the youngster defeated Stuart Williams (r.), England, 225-188, to earn the 5.000 Euro top prize. In the semifinals Jussila and Williams eliminated Patricia Luoto and Birgit Pöppler, both Germany. Luoto won the women's ranking in Rome due to her higher position in the qualifying.

2010 European Bowling Tour #17

11/14/10

Sean Rash wins qualifying in 1st Ebonite Roma International

36 of 320 players crack the 1200-bar; cut for 38th places is 1192

2010EBT17TorbenJorgensen_small.jpg2010EBT17PeterLjung_small.jpgFour-time PBA champion Sean Rash, United States, won the qualifying of the 1st Ebonite Roma International with 1326 pinfall total and an average of 221.00 for six games. Only three players cracked the 1300-bar and just 36 including the top 3 cracked the 1200-bar (200 average). Torben Jørgensen (l.), Denmark, and Swede Peter Ljung (r.) led Squad 16 and 17 Saturday with 1313 and 1270 to crack the top 8. A total of 50 players advance to the finals on Sunday.


2010 European Bowling Tour #17

11/13/10

Sean Rash leads 300-player field in 1st Ebonite Roma International

PBA champion shoots just the second 1300-plus series of the tournament; cut is 1172

2010EBT17StuartWilliams_small.jpg201011PBASeanRash_small.jpgSean Rash (l.), United States, posted just the second 1300-plus series of the 1st Ebonite Roma International Friday at Brunswick Bowling Rome in Rome, Italy en route to overtake the lead in the qualifying with 1326 six-game total and an average of 221.00. PBA exempt player Stuart Williams (r.) led Squad 15 with 1298 to move into fourth place. Qualifying ends on Saturday, Nov. 13 with Squads 16-18 and the Desperado Squad, scheduled to start at 8 p.m. CET.

2010 European Bowling Tour #17

11/12/10

Sean Rash moves into fifth place in 1st Ebonite Roma International

Leads qualifying on Thursday with 1267; cut for 38th place is currently 1145

2010EBT17SeanRash_small.jpg2010EBT17TommasoRadi_small.jpgFour-time PBA champion Sean Rash (l.) started his first qualifying block in the 1st Ebonite Roma International Thursday with 278 game en route to move into fifth place in the overall qualifying standings with 1267 Thursday at Brunswick Bowling Rome in Rome, Italy. 22-year-old Tommaso Radi (r.), Italy, led Squad 11 with 1215 to climb in 12th place. Marco De Angelis, Italy, held on to the lead with 1322. Qualifying continues on Friday, Nov. 12 with Squads 13-15.

2010 European Bowling Tour #17

11/11/10

Marco De Angelis becomes first player who cracks the 1300-bar in Ebonite Roma Int'l

Leads 208-player field with 1322 as tournament has passed the halfway point

2010EBT17MarcoDeAngelis_small.jpg2010EBT17EikeKabowski_small.jpgMarco De Angelis (l.) finished the fifth qualifying day at Brunswick Bowling Rome in Rome, Italy with back-to-back 250-games en route to overtake the lead in the 1st Ebonite Roma International with 1322 pinfall total and an average of 220.33. Alessandro Martino, both Italy, slipped to second place with 1298. Eike Kabowski (r.), Germany, who started Wednesday in seventh place with 1224, led Squad 9 with 1276 to leap three spots into third place.

2010 European Bowling Tour #17

11/10/10

Alessandro Martino overtakes qualifying lead in 1st Ebonite Roma International

With 176 players in the books cut for 38th place is 184.50

2010EBT17AlessandroMartino_small.jpg2010EBT17EikeKabowski_small.jpgAlessandro Martino (l.) overtook the lead in the qualifying of the 1st Ebonite Roma International Tuesday at Brunswick Bowling Rome in Rome when the Italian rolled a 1298 six-game in Squad 7 to beat out previous leader Saverio Tuccimei for the top spot by 30 pins. Eike Kabowski (r.) was the only other player iwho managed a 200-plus average. The German moved into seventh place iwith 1224. Qualifying continues on Wednesday with Squads 9 and 10.

2010 European Bowling Tour #17

11/09/10

Two players crack the top 8 on Day Three Qualifying in Rome

Scoring pace is still very low; top 8 only average over 200

2010EBT17EnricoMaddaloni_small.jpg2010EBT17MohamedAlZaabi_small.jpgThe two squad leaders on Monday, Enrico Maddaloni (l.), Italy and Mohamed Al-Zaabi (r.), UAE were the only players who managed a 200-plus average on the third day of qualifying in the 1st Ebonite Roma International in Rome, Italy. As the scoring pace is still very low in the penultimate tournament of the 2010 European Bowling Tour, both players cracked the top 8 on the 137-player leaderboard. Qualifying continues on Tuesday, Nov. 9 with Squads 7 and 8.

2010 European Bowling Tour #17

11/08/10

Saverio Tuccimei leads the Ebonite Roma International after the first weekend

The top 4 players earn automatic berth into the finals on Sunday, Nov. 14

2010RomeIntlLogo_small.jpg2010EBT17SaverioTuccimei_small.jpgItalian bowlers dominated the qualifying of the 1st Ebonite Roma International during the first weekend at Brunswick Bowling Rome in Rome, Italy. Saverio Tuccimei (r.), Antonio Maddaloni, Stefano Oddi and Giovanni Battagli led the 104-player field en route to earn automatic berth into the finals on Sunday, Nov. 14. Qualifying continues on Monday with Squads 5 and 6.

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