European Bowling Tour

2016 European Bowling Tour #11

07/31/16

Richard Teece wins his third EBT title in Polish Open

Englishman defeats Aidas Daniunas, Lithuania, and Jari Ratia, Finland, in two games to become the first multiple champion on the 2016 European Bowling Tour

2016EBT11RichardTeece3_small.jpg Richard Teece won his third European Bowling Tour title and became the first multiple champion this season when he defeated Aidas Daniunas of Lithuania and Finland's Jari Ratia in the final round to walk away the winner in the Polish Open presented by Roto Grip. Teece started the final two-game round with 221 and took a 36-pin lead over Daniunas with Ratia further 12 pins behind the Lithuanian. The Englishman wrapped up the title with another 229 game for a 450-401-372 win.

2016 European Bowling Tour

07/31/16

Schedule, Champions and Money-breakdown

14th Columbia 300 Vienna Open qualifying period extended by two days

2016EBTLogo_small.jpg The 2016 European Bowling Tour got underway with its 17th consecutive season in early January. The EBT will consist of 16 tournaments in 11 countries, including three "Platinum", three "Gold", four "Silver" and six "Satellite" events, which offer total prize fund of roughly 850.000 Euro. The 2016 EBT commences with the Odense International, an EBT "satellite" tournament which will be held from May 29 through June 5 at Odense Bowling Center in Odense, Denmark.

2016 European Bowling Tour #11

07/31/16

Thomas Larsen wins qualifying in Polish Open

Dane averaged 245 to lead the 108-player field from 14 countries; 40 players advance to the finals on Sunday, July 31

2016EBT11ThomasLarsen_small.jpg Thomas Larsen of Denmark won the qualifying of the Polish Open presented by Roto Grip and leads 40 players from the 108-player field from 14 countries into the finals on Sunday, July 31, at Sky Bowling in Wroclaw, Poland. Larsen (pictured), who toppled 1470 pins, an average of 245 for six games, in the 11th qualifying squad, remained unchallenged on the final qualifying day. Two players of Saturday's squads, Pascal Winternheimer of Germany and Aidas Daniunas of Lituania, cracked the top 10 to receive two byes for the finals.

2016 European Bowling Tour #11

07/30/16

Larsen, Ratia, Teece move to the top in Wroclaw

Dane Thomas Larsen leads 102-player field with 1470 heading into the final qualifying day; Ratia shoots the first 300 game of the tournament; score to make the cut in 30th place is 1235 (205.83)

2016EBT11ThomasLarsen_small.jpg2016EBT11JariRatia_small.jpgThomas Larsen (l.) of Denmark used games of 299 and 279 to hold the lead as qualifying of the Polish Open presented by Roto Grip is heading into the final day at Sky Bowling in Wroclaw. Larsen sandwiched games of 224, 220 and 244, 204 around his near-perfect fourth game in squad 11 to lead the 102-player field from 14 countries. One squad later, Jari Ratia (r.) of Finland became the first player to roll a 300 game in his 1464 series to leap into second place.

2016 European Bowling Tour #11

07/29/16

Markus Bergendorff takes over lead in Polish Open qualifying

Danish two-handed player surpasses previous leader Laura Beuthner by two pins

2016EBT11MarkusBergendorff2_small.jpg Markus Bergendorff, a two-handed player from Denmark, averaged 234 for six games in squad 9 Thursday at at Sky Bowling in Wroclaw to overtake the lead in the qualifying of the Polish Open presented by Roto Grip. Bergendorff rolled games of 225, 233, 243, 199, 269 and 235 for 1404 to overtake Laura Beuthner of Germany, who led since the first qualifying day, by just two pins. The current European Bowling Tour women's point ranking leader slipped to second place with 1402, including eight pins handicap each game.

2016 European Bowling Tour #11

07/28/16

Chris Sloan, Jenny Wegner crack the top 5 at Polish Open

Germany's Laura Beuthner continues to lead qualifying with 1402 total; Francois Louw, Sloan, Wegner and Peter Hellstrøm earn berths into Sunday finals

2016EBT11ChrisSloan2_small.jpg2016EBT11JennyWegner_smal.jpg Christopher Sloan (l.) of Ireland and Jenny Wegner (r.) of Sweden cracked the top 5 in the qualifying of the Polish Open as they led squad 7 Wednesday evening with 1357 and 1338, resp. Sloan, a two-handed player who improved on a 1322 series in squad 2, rebounded from a slow start and won his second squad in this tournament behind games of 157, 211, 246, 243, 246 and 254, an average of 226.17, but remained in third place in the overall standings.

2016 European Bowling Tour #11

07/27/16

South Africa's Francois Louw moves into second place in Poland

Louw leads Tuesday's squads 4 and 5 at Polish Open presented by Roto Grip with 1363; Germany's Laura Beuthner remains atop the leaderboard with 1402

2016EBT11FrancoisLouw_small.jpgFresh off an 11th place finish in the Track Open in Munich, where he led qualifying with 1383, Francois Louw of South Africa had a 1363 series in squad 5 to leap into second place in the Polish Open presented by Roto Grip with the field-best 227.17 average. Louw (pictured) had games of 224, 258, 216, 202, 217 and 246 Tuesday at at Sky Bowling in Wroclaw. Laura Beuthner of Germany, who leads the European Bowling Tour women's point ranking, remained atop the leaderboard with 1402.

2016 European Bowling Tour #11

07/26/16

Germany's Laura Beuthner takes early lead in Polish Open

European Bowling Tour women's point ranking leader becomes the first player who surpasses the 1400-mark

2016EBT11LauraBeuthner_small.jpgCurrent European Bowling Tour women's point ranking leader Laura Beuthner of Germany set the pace on the opening qualifying day of the Polish Open presented by Roto Grip Monday at Sky Bowling in Wroclaw, Poland. The 2015 EBT Masters champion (pictured) became the first bowler who surpassed the 1400-mark when she led squad 3 with 1402, including 48 pins women's handicap. She had games of 193, 212, 248, 245, 213 and 243 for 1354 scratch and the field-best 225.67 average.

2016 European Bowling Tour #11

07/25/16

Polish Open presented by Roto Grip gets underway Monday, July 25

2015EBT09PolishOpenLogo_small.jpg The Roto Grip Polish Open is the 11th stop of the 2016 European Bowling Tour and the last of four EBT "Silver" tournaments this season. The second edition will be held from July 25-31 at 24-lane Sky Bowling in Wroclaw, Poland, host of the 2012 and 2014 QubicaAMF Bowling World Cups. The prize fund increased by 10.200 Euro to total 40.200 Euro with 7.000 Euro going to the winner, 4.500 to the runner-up and 3.000 to the third place finisher. Last-to-cash payout (40th place) is 400 Euro.

2016 European Bowling Tour #10

07/24/16

Sin Li Jane extends the winning streak by women on European Bowling Tour to 17 years

In a rematch of the San Marino finals, Sin Li defeats Dominic Barrett to win the 7th Track Dream-Bowl Palace Open by Erdinger

2016EBT10SinLiJane3_small.jpg Malaysia's Sin Li Jane improved on a second place finish last week to win her first European Bowling Tour title in the 7th Track Dream-Bowl Palace Open by Erdinger Sunday in Munich, Germany. In a rematch of the title match at the San Marino Open<, Sin Li (pictured) defeated Dominic Barrett of England to become the first female champion this season and to earn the 5.000 Euro top prize. With the victory, Sin Li extended the women's winning streak on the European Bowling Tour to 17 years.

2016 European Bowling Tour #10

07/24/16

Francois Louw leads 64 players into Track Open finals

2016EBT10FrancoisLouw2<2_small.jpg Francois Louw saved his best for the last qualifying squad at the 7th Track Dream-Bowl Palace Open by Erdinger. The South African averaged 230.50 in squad 18 to beat out Gery Verbruggen of Belgium for top spot by just one pin Saturday evening at Dream-Bowl Palace in Munich, Germany. Louw (pictured) closed his six-game series with a big 266 to win the qualifying with 1383. He leads 64 players out of a field of 171 from 17 countries into the finals on Sunday, July 24.

2016 European Bowling Tour #10

07/23/16

Thomas Larsen misses top spot by 14 pins in Munich

2016EBT10ThomasLarsen_small.jpg Tomas Larsen of Denmark led Friday's qualifying with 1363 to fall 13 pins short off the lead in the 7th Track Dream-Bowl Palace Open by Erdinger at Dream-Bowl Palace in Munich, Germany. Larsen (pictured), who owns four European Bowling Tour titles along with two PBA international titles, sandwiched games of 200, 202, 202 and 223 between high games of 278 and 258, to leap into second place in the qualifying standings with 1363, or the field-best average of 227.17.

2016 European Bowling Tour #10

07/21/16

Sin Li Jane takes over lead in Track Open

With 11 of 18 squads in the books, Malaysian bowlers hold the top 4 places

2016EBT10SinLiJane_small.jpg The Malaysian men's and women's national squad continued to make a good showing at the 7th Track Dream-Bowl Palace Open by Erdinger Thursday at Dream-Bowl Palace in Munich, Germany. Fresh off her victory in the 2016 European Bowling Tour Women's Masters and a second-place finish in the 12th Storm San Marino Open, Sin Li Jane (pictured ) averaged 221.50 in squad 10 to leap from third to first place in the standings with 1377 total, including 48 pins handicap.

2016 European Bowling Tour #10

07/21/16

Adrian Ang moves into second place Track Open

Malaysian bowlers hold the top three places as qualifying reaches the halfway point

2016EBT10AdrianAng_small.jpg Malaysians bowlers held the top three places as qualifying of the 7th Track Dream-Bowl Palace Open by Erdinger reached the halfway point Wednesday at Dream-Bowl Palace in Munich, Germany. Adrian Ang (pictured) led squad 8 with 1314 total, an average of 219, and moved into second place in the standings. As with all squad leaders, Ang received a 300 Euro bonus. By leading the standings of Wednesday's squads 8 & 9, Ang also is automatically qualified for the finals.

2016 European Bowling Tour #10

07/20/16

Malaysia's Ahmad Muaz shoots into lead at Track Open

European Bowling Tour women's Masters champion Sin Li Jane, Malaysia, and Swede Markus Jansson also crack the 1300-bar

2016EBT10AhmadMuaz2_small.jpg 2016EBT09SinLiJane2_small.jpg Malaysians Ahad Muaz, Sin Li Jane and Markus Jansson of Sweden became the first players in the 7th Track Dream-Bowl Palace Open by Erdinger who surpassed the 1300-mark in Tuesday evening's squad 7 in Munich, Germany. Muaz (l.) took the lead of the 86-player field from eight countries with 1357 and an average of 226.17. Fresh off her victory in the 2016 EBT Women's Masters, Sin Li (r.) totaled 1304 to move into second place.

2016 EBT Masters

07/18/16

Stuart Williams, Sin Li Jane are the 2016 EBT Masters champions

2016EBTMastersStuartWilliamsSinLiJane_small.jpgStuart Williams of England and Malaysia's Sin Li Jane won the men's and women's title in the 2016 European Bowling Tour Masters Monday at Rose'n Bowl in Serravalle, San Marino. Williams, a six-time European Bowling Tour champion, flew past tournament leader Jesper Svensson of Sweden, 238-168, to capture his first Masters title. On the women's side, Sin Li topped Birgit Pöppler of Germany in a high-scoring title match, 259-246, to become the first Asian Masters winner.

2016 European Bowling Tour #10

07/18/16

Sabrina Laub, Michael Loos move into top 4 at Track Dream-Bowl Palace Open

2016EBT10SabrinaLaub2_small.jpg 2016EBT10MichaelLoos2_small.jpg Sabrina Laub of Germany and Michael Loos of Austria moved into the top 4 in Sunday's squads 3-5 at the 7th Track Dream-Bowl Palace Open in Munich, Germany. Laub (l.) got off to a good start right out of the box in squad 5 and though she finished with three games under 200 her 1293 total propelled her into second place in the standings. Michael Loos (r.) of Austria led squad with 1279 (213.17) to finish the second day of qualifying in third place.

2016 European Bowling Tour #9

07/17/16

Dominic Barrett three-peats as San Marino Open champion

Englishman averages 255 in Eliminator finals to win his 12th career European Bowling Tour title and the third in a row in San Marino

2016EBT09DominicBarrett_small.jpgDominic Barrett of England averaged 255 in the eliminator finals of the Storm San Marino Open to win the European Bowling Tour "gold" tournament for the third year in a row Sunday at Rose'n Bowl in Serravalle, San Marino. It was the 12th victory on the European Bowling Tour for Barrett, who pocketed the 8.000 Euro top prize. Sin Li Jane of Malaysia was the best woman in second place with Martin Larsen of Sweden in third place and Joline Persson Planefors of Sweden in fourth place.

2016 European Bowling Tour #10

07/17/16

Tobias Börding first leader at Track Dream-Bowl Palace Open

2016EBT10TobiasBording_small.jpg 36 players from Austria, Switzerland and the host country Germany hit the lanes at Dream-Bowl Palace in Munich, Germany, Sunday, to kick off the 7th Track Dream-Bowl Palace Open by Erdinger, a European Bowling Tour "gold" tournament. German national team member Tobias Börding (pictured) was the first leader after two of 18 squads with 1299, including a 290 last game, and an average of 216.50 for six games. Qualifying continues Sunday, July 17, with Squads 3, 4 and 5.

2016 European Bowling Tour #9

07/17/16

Sin Li Jane wins qualifying at 12th Storm San Marino Open

2016EBT09SinLiJane3_small.jpg Sin Li Jane of Malaysia held onto the lead at the Storm San Marino Open en route to win the qualifying and to earn a 1.000 Euro bonus Saturday at Rose'n Bowl in Serravalle. Sin Li, who was the best of 29 women in the 205-player field from 26 countries, averaged 241.83 for six games and received 48 pins handicap for 1499 total. By virtue of finishing in the top 8, the Malaysian received two byes for Sunday's finals. Three players from Saturday's squads 18 and 19 moved into the top 8.

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