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2014 EYC

04/21/14

Pontus Andersson, Lea Degenhardt claim the prestigious Boys and Girls Masters title

2014EYCLogo2_small.jpg Pontus Andersson of Sweden and Lea Degenhardt of Germany concluded the 27th European Youth Championships in Odense, Denmark, with victory in the prestigious Boys and Girls Masters. In a title match between the Boys All Events champion and runner-up, No. 2 Andersson topped No. 1 Markus Bergendorff of Denmark, 2-1, including a 227-175 win in the deciding third game. In the Girls final, No. 4 Degenhardt defeated No. 1 Keira Reay, 2-1, including a 212-175 win in the decider.

2014 EYC

04/20/14

Markus Bergendorff, Maria Bulanova emerge as Singles champions

2014EYCLogo2_small.jpg Maria Bulanova of Russia and Markus Bergendorff of Denmark emerged as boys and girls Singles champions at the 27th European Youth Championships Saturday. The top-seeded Russian, the youngest player ever to win a European Bowling Tour title at the age of 15 (2013 Russian Open) defeated No. 2 Cajsa Wegner, Sweden, 201-180, to win the girls title. On the boys side, the two-handed Dane, seeded second, flew past No. 4 Igor Filippov, Russia, 250-187.

2014 EYC

04/19/14

Bulanova (RUS), Swedes Wegner, Tiveljung, Reay (ENG) qualify for the Girls Singles playoffs

England's Keira Reay defends All Events title; the top 24 players in All Events advance to Masters match play which concludes European Youth Championships on Sunday

2014EYCLogo2_small.jpg Maria Bulanova of Russia averaged 225.83 to lead the top 4 girls into Saturday's Singles playoffs at the 27th European Youth Championships in Odense, Denmark. In the semifinals, Bulanova bowls No. 4 Keira Reay of England, who sucessfully defended her All Events title with 3915 total (217.50). In the other semifinal match, No. 2 Cajsa Wegner and No. 3 Emelie Tiveljung, both of Sweden, square off. The top 24 of 61 players from 19 countries qualified for Sunday's Masters finals.

2014 EYC

04/18/14

Danes √ėager, Bergendorff, Aernoudt (BEL), Filippov (RUS) to bowl for the Boys Singles title

Markus Bergendorff wins gold in All Events; the top 24 players in All Events advance to Masters match play on Sunday

2014EYCLogo2_small.jpg Martin √ėager of Denmark averaged 224.50 for six games to lead the top 4 boys into Saturday's Singles playoffs at the 27th European Youth Championships in Odense, Denmark. In the semifinals, √ėager bowls No. 4 Igor Filippov (RUS) while No. 2 Markus Bergendorff (DEN) faces No. 3 Marawan Aernoudt (BEL). Bergendorff totaled 3979 pins (221.06) to win the gold medal in All Events. The top 24 of 98 players from 27 countries qualified for Sunday's Masters finals.

2014 EYC

04/17/14

Finland and Russia capture the coveted Team titles at European Youth Championships

2014EYCLogo2_small.jpg Finland and Russia captured the coveted Team titles at European Youth Championships in Odense, Denmark. The Finnish boys, Lauri Sipilä, Henry Laine, Tatu Lehtonen and Tomas Käyhkö, won their second gold medal of the championships with a 836-710 victory over top-seeded Denmark. Powered by a 278 game from Maria Bulanova, Russia's Ksenia Kulikova, Maria Koshel and Ksenia Apanyakina defeated England, 855-782, to win the girls title.

2014 EYC

04/17/14

Danish boys and Swedish girls earn the top seed for the Team playoffs

Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Netherlands to bowl for the boys' title; Sweden, England, Germany and Russia advance to the girls' finals

2014EYCLogo2_small.jpg The Danish boys and the Swedish girls earned the top seed for the Team finals in the European Youth Championships Thursday afternoon at Odense Bowling Center in Odense, Denmark. In the semifinals, the Danes, who averaged 211.13 for six games, take on No. 4 Netherlands and No. 2 Finland meets No. 3 Sweden. The Swedish girls, who were the lone team to average over 200, bowl No. 4 Russia, while No. 2 England and No. 3 Germany square off in the other semifinal match.

2014 EYC

04/16/14

Finland (boys) and Sweden (girls) take the lead in the Team event after the first block

Second block and playoffs for the medals will follow on Wednesday

2014EYCLogo2_small.jpg The Finnish boys and the Swedish girls hold the lead in the four-player team event at the European Youth Championships as the competition has reached the halfway mark. Henry Laine, Tatu Lehtonen, Lauri Sipilä and Tomas Käyhkö, who won gold and silver in Doubles yesterday, totaled 2637 pins, an average of 219.75 for three games. Girls Doubles gold medalists Emelie Tiveljung and Filippa Persson joined forces with Anna Andersson and Cajsa Wegner to lead the girls teams with 2519 (209.92).

2014 EYC

04/16/14

Finnish boys, Swedish girls start 27th European Youth Championships with victory in Doubles

2014EYCLogo2_small.jpg Tatu Lehtonen/Henry Laine of Finland and Sweden's Emelie Tiveljung/Filippa Persson started the 27th European Youth Championships with victory in Boys and Girls Doubles Tuesday at Odense Bowling Center in Odense, Denmark. The boys final was an all-Finnish affair in which top-seeded Lehtonen & Laine defeated Tomas Käyhkö/Lauri Sipilä, 459-445. Second-seeded Tiveljung & Persson topped No. 1 Keira Reay/Emily Allen of England, 443-376, to capture the girls title.

2014 EYC

04/15/14

England leads top 4 duos into Girls Doubles Finals at European Youth Championships

2014EYCLogo2_small.jpg England's Keira Reay posted the field-best 1337 series (222.83 avg.) to lead her team mate Emily Allen (1196) to the No. 1 seed for the Girls Doubles finals at the 27th European Youth Championships. The duo totaled 2533 pins to beat out Emelie Tiveljung and Filippa Persson (2530) for the top spot by three pins. The English girls meet No. 4 Iida Gylden and Teea Mäkelä of Finland (2424) in the semifinals, while the Swedes take on third-seeded Mika Guldbæk and Caitlin Dicay of Denmark (2426).

2014 EYC

04/15/14

Finland earns the No. 1 seed for Boys Doubles Finals at European Youth Championships

2014EYCLogo2_small.jpg Finland's Tatu Lehtonen and Henry Laine averaged 217 to earn the No. 1 seed for the Boys Doubles medal round of the 27th European Youth Championships Tuesday afternoon at Odense Bowling Center in Denmark. The Finns will meet fourth-seeded Rasmus Bering and Markus Bergendorff in the semifinals. Swedes Ludwig Ingerskog and Pontus Andersson, who were just one pin behind the leaders, take on the second Finnish duo, Tomas Käyhkö and Lauri Sipilä, in the other semifinal match.

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