European Rankings

2011 European Bowling Tour Rankings

06/07/11

Palermaa, Jensen hold on to the lead in 2011 EBT rankings after Denmark swing

201011PBA05OskuPalermaa3_small.jpgOsku Palermaa (l.) of Finland and Denmark's Mai Ginge Jensen held onto the lead in the European Bowling Tour's men's and women's ranking after the Denmark swing. Palermaa leads the 313-player men's field with 590 points and Jensen is the best of 234 women with 492 points. Just three men and three women of the top 16 in the EBT rankings competed in the Odense International, the tenth stop of the European Bowling Tour this season.


2011 European Bowling Tour Rankings

05/30/11

Osku Palermaa widens lead in EBT men's ranking with victory in Aalborg International

Joline Persson Planefors narrow gap to women's leader Mai Ginge Jensen to 11 points

2011EBT07OskuPalermaa_small.jpg2011EBT03MaiGingeJensen_small.jpgFinnish two-hander Osku Palermaa (pictured left) and Mai Ginge Jensen (right) retained the lead in the European Bowling Tour's men's and women's ranking after the ninth event of the 2011 season in Aalborg, Denmark. Palermaa won the Bowltech Aalborg International 2011 and earned 150 ranking points for 590 total points and widened his lead to 150 points. Jensen has an eleven-point buffer over Joline Persson Planefors of Sweden.

2011 European Bowling Tour Rankings

05/16/11

Thomas Larsen, Joline Persson narrow gap to European Bowling Tour ranking leaders

Osku Palermaa, Mai Ginge Jensen retain slim lead after Istanbul Open

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2011EBT08ThomasLarsen_small.jpgSwede Joline Persson Planefors (l.) and Thomas Larsen (r.), Denmark, finished the 8th Istanbul Boweling Open, the eighth stop of the 2011 European Bowling Tour, in third and fifth place among the 34 women and 139 men to narrow the gap to EBT ranking leaders Mai Ginge Jensen, Denmark and Osku Palermaa, Finland, to 26 and 9 pins, respectively. The EBT moves to Aalborg in Denmark this week for the Bowltech Aalborg International 2011.

2011 European Bowling Tour Rankings

04/13/11

Mai Ginge Jensen takes lead in 2011 European Bowling Tour Women's Rankings

Newly-crowned EBT Masters champ Mika Koivuniemi moves into fourth in Men's Rankinge

2011EBT03MaiGingeJensen.jpg201011PBAMikaKoivuniemi_small.jpgMai Ginge Jensen (l.) of Denmark was the top female finisher in the 5th QubicaAMF Open 2011 in Ljubljana, Slovenia, en route to overtake the lead in the European Bowling Tour women's rankings. Finn Osku Palermaa held onto the lead in the men's rankings, while his compatriot Mika Koivuniemi (r.) climbed into fourth place after winning the QubicaAMF Open. The 2011 European Bowling Tour will take a short break before heading to Istanbul, Turkey for the 8th Istanbul Bowling Open.

2011 European Bowling Tour Rankings

04/04/11

Osku Palermaa overtakes lead in 2011 European Bowling Tour Men's Rankings

Mai Ginge Jensen moves into second place in the Women's Rankings

2011EBT04OskuPalermaa1_small.jpg2011EBT03MaiGingeJensen_small.jpgOsku Palermaa (l.) of Finland captured his ninth career EBT title in the 2nd Track Dream-Bowl Palace Open in Munich, Germany. Besides the 10.000 Euro top prize, the two-hander received 100 ranking points for winning the EBT Silver event en route to leap from fourth to first place in the EBT men's ranking. Mai Ginge Jensen (r.), Denmark, finished third in the women's rankings to leap from fourth to second place after the sixth event of the 2011 season.

2011 European Bowling Tour Rankings

03/22/11

Dane Thomas Larsen leads European Bowling Tour men's rankings after Catalonia

Colombia's Clara Juliana Guerrero moves into second place in the women's rankings

2010EBT15ThomasLarsen_small.jpg2011EBT04ClaraGuerrero3_small.jpgThomas Larsen (l.) made the stepladder finals of the Catalonia Open in Barcelona, Spain, and though he failed to defend his title, the Dane overtook the lead in the European Bowling Tour men's rankings after the fifth tournament of the 2011 season. Clara Juliana Guerrero (r.), Colombia, finished 35th overall and 13th in the women's rankings to overtake second place traling only to leader Carolyn Dorin-Ballard, United States.

2011 European Bowling Tour Rankings

03/16/11

Dorin-Ballard, Ridhwan shoot into lead in European Bowling Tour rankings

Points given in the Brunswick Euro Challenge shake up men's and women's leaderboard

2011EBT04CarolynDorin-Ballard_small.jpg2011EBT04SyafiqRidhwan2_small.jpgFinishing second and third in the European Bowling Tour "Platinum" Brunswick Euro Challenge last Sunday, Carolyn Dorin Ballard (l.), United States, and Syafiq Ridhwan (r.), Malaysia, jumped into the lead in the women's and men's Tour rankings. The Brunswick Euro Challenge is one of just two Platinum tournaments this season and the points awarded in the tournament shook up the men's and women's leaderboard.

2011 European Bowling Tour Rankings

03/08/11

Paul Moor overtakes lead in EBT Men's Rankings after the Tour's third stop in Tilburg

Pöllänen, Dorin-Ballard, Flack continue to lead women's rankings

2010EBT10PaulMoor_small.jpg2010EBT10TanyaCuva_small.jpgThree-time EBT men's ranking champion Paul Moor (l.), England, used a third-place finish in the Hammer Bronzen Schietspoel Tournament to overtake the lead in the 2011 rankings after the Tour's third stop in Tilburg, Netherlands. Tilburg women's ranking winner Tanya Cuva (r.), Germany, moved into fourth place with 100 points trailing leader Krista Pöllänen, Finland, by 50 points. The EBT Tour is in France this week for the Brunswick Euro Challenge. 

2011 European Bowling Tour Rankings

02/21/11

No changes atop the leaderboard in EBT rankings after Wroclaw Open

Three men and just one woman have earned multiple ranking points after two events

201011PBA09MikaKoivuniemi2_small.jpgBrunswick Ballmaster Open champion Mika Koivuniemi (pictured) and women's ranking winner Krista Pöllänen, both of Finland, remained atop the men's and women's leaderboard in the 2011 European Bowling Tour rankings despite they didn't compete in the second event of the season, the 5th International Wroclaw Open by Hammer. No wonder as the Ballmaster, an EBT "Gold" tournament, offered three times as many ranking points as the "Satellite" tournament in Wroclaw, Poland.

2011 European Bowling Tour Rankings

01/11/11

Ballmaster champ Koivuniemi, top-ranked Pöllänen overtake early lead in 2011 EBT ranking

201011PBAMikaKoivuniemi_small.jpg2011EBT01KristaPollanen_small.jpgFor the second consecutive year Mika Koivuniemi, a native Finn who lives in Hartland, Mich., United States, overtook the lead in the European Bowling Tour men's ranking after the first event of the season as the 8-time PBA champion successfully defended his title in the season-opening Brunswick Ballmaster Open. Krista Pöllänen, Finland, who was the best woman at Tali Bowl in Helsinki, Finland, overtook the early lead in the women's ranking.

2010 European Bowling Tour Rankings

12/21/10

Nina Flack, Dominic Barrett win 2010 European Bowling Tour Rankings

2011 European Bowling Tour heading into the 12th season on January 1st

2010EBT15NinaFlack_small.jpg2010EBT16DominicBarrett_small.jpgNina Flack (l.) of Sweden and England's Dominic Barrett (r.) won the 2010 European Bowling Tour women's and men's point rankings and a 2.000 Euro bonus by the ETBF. Flack finished the women's ranking in the Qatar Open in sixth place to win the women's ranking for the second time after the 2008 season. Barrett had already sealed the victory in the men's ranking before the Qatar Open started.

2010 European Bowling Tour

12/20/10

2010 EBT Men's Ranking - Final Standings after Qatar

Players with country, ranking point total and number of top 50 finishes

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The 2010 European Bowling Tour has concluded its 11th season featuring 18 tour stops in 16 countries. Since the Ankara Open and the Austria Challenge have been cancelled and the English Open has lost its EBT status, the 2010 EBT consisted of 2 Platinum tournaments (formerly Premier), 6 Gold (formerly Major), 6 Silver (formerly Challenger) and 4 Satellite tournaments (new). The total prize fund of the 2010 Tour exceeded 1 million Euro. The top 16 men and women in the EBT ranking qualified for the 4th EBT Masters at Gladiator Arena in Ljubljana, Slovenia, April 11-12, 2011.

2010 European Bowling Tour

12/20/10

2010 EBT Women's Ranking - Final Standings after Qatar

Players with country, ranking point total and number of top 50 finishes

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The 2010 European Bowling Tour has concluded its 11th season featuring 18 tour stops in 16 countries. Since the Ankara Open and the Austria Challenge have been cancelled and the English Open has lost its EBT status, the 2010 EBT consisted of 2 Platinum tournaments (formerly Premier), 6 Gold (formerly Major), 6 Silver (formerly Challenger) and 4 Satellite tournaments (new). The total prize fund of the 2010 Tour exceeded 1 million Euro. The top 16 men and women in the EBT ranking qualified for the 4th EBT Masters at Gladiator Arena in Ljubljana, Slovenia, April 11-12, 2011.

2010 European Bowling Rankings

12/01/10

Dominic Barrett wins 2010 European Bowling Tour Men's Ranking

Nina Flack leads Women's Ranking; last event in Qatar starts Dec. 11th

2010EBT16DominicBarrett_small.jpg2010EBT15MikaKoivuniemiOskuPalermaa_small.jpgDominic Barrett (l.), England, becomes just the fourth player in the 11-year history of the European Bowling Tour to win the Tour's men's point ranking. With 250 points on the line for the winner of the final event in Qatar, Barrett (999 points) holds a 251-point lead over second-placed Mika Koivuniemi (748) with 3-time defending ranking champion Osku Palermaa (738), both Finland, further 10 points behind.

2010 European Bowling Tour Rankings

10/06/10

Nina Flack, Dominic Barrett extend their lead in EBT Rankings in Vienna

European Bowling Tour is heading into the home stretch of the season

2010EBT15NinaFlack_small.jpg2010EBT15DominicBarrett_small.jpg2008 European Bowling Tour women's ramking champion Nina Flack (pictured with defending ranking champion, Nicki Ainge, left), Sweden, and 2008 and 2009 men's runner-up Dominic Barrett, England, extended their lead in the 2010 EBT rankings in the 8th Columbia 300 Vienna Open which ran from Sept. 28 - Oct. 3 at Plus Bowling in Vienna, Austria. The European Bowling Tour is heading into the home stretch of the season with just three tournaments remaing.

2010 European Bowling Tour Rankings

08/31/10

Wendy Kok moves into second place in EBT women's ranking in Bratislava

Flack, Barrett maintain pole position in 2010 European Bowling Tour rankings

2010EBT07WendyKok_small.jpgWendy Kok (l.), Netherlands, was the sole player of the top 16 in the EBT women's ranking, who participated in the BNC Bratislava Open, which ended on Sunday Aug. 29th at BNC Bowling Center in Bratislava, Slovakia. Kok finished 39th in the tournament and 5th in the women's ranking to earn 50 ranking points en route to leap from third to second place in the 2010 women's ranking with 490 points. Women's ranking leader Nina Flack Sweden, and her male counterpart, Dominic Barrett, England, maintained the lead.

2010 European Bowling Rankings

07/19/10

Flack, Barrett widen their lead in 2010 European Bowling Tour rankings

Finish 1, 2 in the women's and men's rankings in Barcelona

2010EBT08NinaFlack_small.jpg2010EBT10DominicBarrett2_small.jpgNina Flack (l.), Sweden, and Dominic Barrett, England, widened their lead in the European Bowling Tour rankings at the 32nd Trofeu Internacional Ciutat de Barcelona. Flack ended the EBT Gold tournament in sixth place to widen her lead from 18 to 129 points. Barrett lost the title match in Barcelona against Gery Verbruggen but widened his lead in the men's rankings from 65 to 152 pints. The EBT takes a 5-week break before heading to Bratislava,, Slovakia (Aug. 23-29).

2010 European Bowling Tour Rankings

07/12/10

Sanders, Maaswinkel move into 2nd and 3rd place in EBT women's rankings

Koivuniemi, Palermaa narrow the gap to men's leader Barrett

2010EBT11PriscillaMaaswinkel.jpg2010EBT11NicoleSanders.jpgNicole Sanders (l.) and Priscilla Maaswinkel (r.), both Netherlands, finished 1, 2 in the women's ranking in the 6th Storm San Marino Open, which concluded Sunday, July 11th at Rose'n Bowl in Serravalle, San Marino. Sanders cashed 150 ranking points and Maaswinkel 120 to leap into second and third place in the EBT women's rankings after 11 out of 19 stops in the 2010 season. Sanders has 434 total ranking points trailing leader Nina Flack, Sweden (452) by 18 points.

2010 European Bowling Tour Rankings

07/06/10

Barrett, Flack atop the rankings as 2010 European Bowling Tour reaches halfway point

2010EBT10DominicBarrett2_small.jpg2010EBT08NinaFlack_small.jpgDominic Barrett (pictured left), England, and Nina Flack (right), Sweden, sit atop the men's and women's rankings as the 2010 European Bowling Tour reached its halfway point at the 1st Track Dream-Bowl Palace Open in Unterföhring, Germany. Barrett widened his lead to 116 points due to a 4th place finish, 3rd place in the men's ranking, in Unterföhring. Flack did not compete but mainatained a 99-pin lead in the women's ranking.

2010 European Bowling Tour Rankings

05/31/10

Dominic Barrett back atop 2010 European Bowling Tour Men's Ranking

Nina Flack widens her lead in the Women's Ranking

2010EBT05DominicBarrett_small.jpg200910PBAMikaKoivuniemi_small.jpgBy winning his fourth career European Bowling Tour title in the Bowltech Aalborg International 2010, Dominic Barrett (l.), England, regained the lead in the 2010 EBT men's ranking. The 2009 European Championships Masters gold medalist became the second player to win multiple titles on the European Bowling Tour this season en route to overtake the other two-time winner, Mika Koivuniemi (r.), Finland, by 90 ranking points.

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