AIBC

2013 AIBC

12/05/13

27th Asian Intercity Bowling Championship comes to an end with Masters finals

Choi Suk Byung, Shin Bo Hyun win men's and women's titles to complete Daegu's gold medal sweep in the adult division; Hagatna's Buddy Saludo, Shah Alam's Hasnah Jamaluddin emerge as senior men's and women's champions

2013AIBCMenMasters_small.jpgThe adult and seniors Masters finals concluded the 27th Asian Intercity Bowling Championship Thursday, Dec. 5 at Central Lanes in Tamuning, Guam. The men's and women's championship matches were an all-Daegu affair in which Choi Suk Byung (men) and Shin Bo Hyun (women) secured the South Korean city a clean gold medal sweep in the adult division. Buddy Saludo of Hagatna and Hasnah Jamaluddin of Shah Alam captured the gold medals in senior men's and women's Masters.

2013 AIBC

12/04/13

Another gold medal sweep for Daegu; men and women win Team and All-Events gold

Dedodo beats Paranaque for Senior Mixed Team gold; Dededo's Meno, Tamuning's Pangelinan capture the senior men's and women's titles in All-Events

2013AIBCMenTeam_small.jpg2013AIBCWomenTeam_small.jpgThe men's (left) and women's (right) bowlers from Daegu City, who won the Singles and Doubles titles at the 27th Asian Intercity Bowling Championship in Tamuning, Guam earlier this week, also swept the titles in the four-player Team events and in All-Events. 

2013 AIBC

12/02/13

Daegu City sweeps the titles in Men's and Women's Doubles In Tamuning, Guam

Paranaque men and Tamuning women victorious in Senior Division

2013AIBCMenDoubles_small.jpgThe men's and women's bowlers from Daegu City continued to dominate the Adult Division of the 27th Asian Intercity Bowling Championship. As in Singles, the South Koreans swept the gold medals in Doubles on the second day of competition Monday at Central Lanes in Tamuning, Guam. Singles gold and silver medalists Choi Suk Byung and Kim Young Pyo (center) teamed to win the men's doubles with 2468 and an average of 205.67.

2013 AIBC

12/01/13

Daegu starts Asian Intercity Bowling Championship with victory in Men's and Women's Singles

Host city Tamuning earns the titles in Senior Men's and Senior Women's Singles

2013AIBCWomenSingles_small.jpg Choi Suk Byung and Shin Bo Hyun (center) from Daegu, South Korea, started the 27th Asian Intercity Bowling Championship with victory in Men's and Women's Singles Sunday at Central Lanes Bowling Center in Tamuning, Guam. Tamuning's Jim Pinalua and Mary Pangelinan captured the titles in the senior divisions. The Championship, which runs thru December 5, drew 95 players from twelve cities. 43 men, 28 women, 10 senior men and 14 senior women compete for medals in Singles, Doubles, Teams, All-Events and Masters.

2009 AIBC

11/28/09

Choi Suk Byung shoots another 300 to cruise to victory in Men's Masters

Tamuning's JD Castro and Jonathan Duenas earn silver and bronze

2009AIBCMMCastroChoiDuenas_small.jpgChoi Suk Byung (c.) from Daegu, Korea, won his fourth gold medal in the 23rd Asian Intercity Bowling Championship when he cruised to victory in the Men's Masters Friday at Central Lanes in Tamuning, Guam. Choi posted his second 300 game of the championships to easily win the ctitle with 4004 pinfall total and an average of 244 over 16 games. Tamuning's JD Castro (l.) and Jonathan Duenas (r.) took the silver and bronze medal with 3739 and 3712 (both 10-6).

2009 AIBC

11/27/09

Liza Clutario near perfect on her way to the Women's Masters gold in Tamuning

Shellee Javier rolls first 300 of the 23rd Asian Intercity Bowling Championship by a woman

2009AIBCWMPosadasClutarioMandapat_small.jpgLiza Clutario (c.), Paranaque City, Philippines, won all but one of her 16 matches in the women's Masters finals averaging 224.88 en route to claim the gold medal at the 23rd Asian Intercity Bowling Championship with 3748 pinfall total including 150 bonus (10 per win). Her team mate Lara Posadas (l.) took silver with 3719, while Fely Mandapat (r.) from the host city of Tamuning, Guam, earned bronze with 3538. Tamuning's Shellee Javier set the highlight with the first 300 game by a woman.

2009 AIBC

11/26/09

Guam's Mandapat leads by one pin as Women's Masters reaches halfway mark

Central Lanes in Tamuning, Guam (Nov. 21-27, 2009)

2009AIBCLogo_small.jpg Fely Mandapat from the host city of Tamuning, Guam, took a 1-pin lead after the first block of the Women's Masters competition at the 23rd Asian Intercity Bowling Championship. Mandapat felled 1799 pins and won all eight matches (10 pins bonus per win) to chalk up 1879 pins as the event has reached the halfway mark. Doubles gold medalist Kim Hee Jung of Pohang, Korea, had the field-best 1828 total but fell one pin short of a tie after going 5-3 in match play with 1878.

2009 AIBC

11/26/09

Bowlers from Daegu and Tamuning will battle it out for the title in AIBC Men's Masters

Central Lanes in Tamuning, Guam (Nov. 21-27, 2009)

2009AIBCLogo_small.jpg Three bowlers from Daegu, Korea, and three from the host city of Tamuning, Guam, lead the Men's Masters finals in the 23rd Asian Intercity Bowling Championship as the competition has reached its halfway mark. Daegu's Choi Suk Byung, who has won three gold and one silver in the previous four disciplines, outaveraged his opponents by almost 20 pins to take a dominating 149 pin lead after 8 of 16 games Thursday at Central Lanes.

2009 AIBC

11/26/09

Choi Suk Byung, Yoon Jun Sil win their third gold medal in men's and women's All Events

Daegu men bowl a near-perfect Asian Intercity Bowling Championship

2009AIBCLogo_small.jpg Choi Suk Byung from Daegu, Korea, and Yoon Jun Sil, Pohang, Korea, captured their third gold medal of the 23rd Asian Intercity Bowling Championship when they won the men's and women's title in All Events. The men from Daegu swept the medals and finished 1-4 while the women from Pohang took gold and silver. The top 16 of 59 men and the top 16 of 40 women advance to the Masters finals, which will conclude the 23rd Asian Intercity Bowling Championship on Thursday and Friday.

2009 AIBC

11/25/09

Daegu, Tamuning capture the men's and women's Team titles in 23rd Asian Intercity Bowling Championship

Choi Suk Byung rolls the second 300 game of the Championship

2009AIBCMenTeamDaegu_small.jpg2009AIBCWomenTeamTamuning_small.jpgThe men from Daegu, Korea (left), and the women from the host city Tamuning, Guam (right), captured the gold medals in the four-player Team event in the 23rd Asian Intercity Bowling Championship Wednesday at Central Lanes. Choi Suk Byung from men's champion Daegu rolled the second 300 game of the Championship.

2009 AIBC

11/25/09

Daegu and Pohang win their second gold in Doubles at 23rd Asian Intercity Bowling Championship

Kim Young Pyo rolls the first 300 game of the Championship

2009AIBCLogo_small.jpg Men's Singles champion Kim Young Pyo teamed with silver medalist Choi Suk Byung while women's Singles champ Yoon Jun Sil joined forces with 4th place finisher Kim Hee Jung to win the gold medals in men's and women's Doubles for Daegu and Pohang, both Korea, in the 23rd Asian Intercity Bowling Championship. Kim, who was awarded an 18K gold ring for his 300 game in the 2008 AIBC two days ago, rolled another 300 game in the second game of the Doubles competition.

2009 AIBC

11/24/09

Korean bowlers claim the first gold medals 23rd Asian Intercity Bowling Championship

Central Lanes in Tamuning, Guam (Nov. 21-27, 2009)

2009AIBCLogo_small.jpg Kim Young Pyo of Daegu, Korea, and Yoon Jun Sil, Pohang, Korea, claimed the first gold medals of the 23rd Asian Intercity Bowling Championship when they won the men's and women's Singles competition Monday at Central Lanes in Tamuning, Guam, Kim, who medaled in all but Singles in last year's AIBC averaged 245.83 to lead the field of 59 men with 1475 six-game total. Yoon topped defending champion Liza Clutario, Paranaque City, Philippines, 1350 to 1335 for the women's title.

Guam

11/23/09

Hafa Adai! Festivities mark opening of 23rd Asian Intercity Championship

Central Lanes in Tamuning, Guam (Nov. 21-27, 2009)

2009AIBCLogo_small.jpgThe 23rd Asian Intercity Bowling Championship will be held from Nov. 21-27, 2009 at Central Lanes in Tamuning, Guam. The championship got underway on Sunday with the opening ceremonies featuring a performance by the Talent Box Company. Executive Chairman Joey Miranda III declared the championship open. Real action will commence on Monday, November 23, 2009 with the Singles event.


2008 AIBC

12/05/08

Strong finish propels Kim Jong Hyun to the title in Men's Masters at 22nd Asian Intercity Tenpin Bowling Championship

Macau Bowling Center in Macau, China (Nov. 28 - Dec. 6, 2008)

2008AIBCKimJongHyun_small.jpg Kim Jong Hyun (l.) and Kim Young Pyo, both from Daegu, Korea, claimed the gold and silver medal in the Men's Masters competition of the 22nd Asian Intercity Tenpin Bowling Championship at Macau Bowling Center in Macau, China. Jong Hyun averaged 229.00 for the second 8-game block and won all but one match to beat out defending champion Young Pyo for the gold medal by six pins. Sitting in third place with 3381 total, Jong Hyun topped block one leader Kong Byoung Hee, Uiwang, Korea, 237-210, to jump to the top. Perry Ko from Kowloon, Hong Kong. Ko earned the bronze medal while Kong slipped out of the medals to land in fourth place.

2008 AIBC

12/05/08

It's New Hui Fen by a whisker; Women's Masters decided in Position Round at 22nd Asian Intercity Tenpin Bowling Championship

Macau Bowling Center in Macau, China (Nov. 28 - Dec. 6, 2008)

2008AIBCNewHuiFen2_small.jpg The top 3 women in the Masters competition of the 22nd Asian Intercity Tenpin Bowling Championship battled until the final frame before New Hui Fen (pictured left) from Singapore emerged victorious Friday at Macau Bowling Center in Macau, China. With the 16th and final position round match to go, block one leaders Fen, Sin Hae Young, Daegu, Korea and Liza Clutario, Paranaque City, Philippines, had a chance to win the gold medal. When the dust had settled, Fen remained on top to claim the gold medal while Clutario earned silver and Sin took the bronze.

2008 AIBC

12/04/08

Kowloon men refuse to fall and win Team gold in 22nd Asian Intercity Championship

Macau Bowling Center in Macau, China (Nov. 28 - Dec. 6, 2008)

2008AIBCTeam Kowloon_small.jpg 2008AIBCKimYoungPyo_small.jpg First block leader Kowloon, Hong Kong  battled it out with with Daegu, Korea, for the title in the men's four-player team event in the 22nd Asian Intercity Championship. Leading Daegu by just four pins heading into the final game,  Kowloon's Henry Hui, Perry Ko, Daniel Choi and Eddie Lui (l.) rolled an 891 series to claim the gold medal with 5093 (212,21). Daegu finished in second place with Tamuning, Guam in third. Daegu's Kim Young Pyo (r.) earned the gold medal in All Events with 3975 (220.83). Tamuning's Brian Manibusan earned silver and Kong Byoung Hee, Uiwang, Korea, got bronze. 

2008 AIBC

12/03/08

Singapore saves best for last to win Women's Team gold in 22nd Asian Intercity Championship

Macau Bowling Center in Macau, China (Nov. 28 - Dec. 6, 2008)

2008AIBCCeciliaYap_small.jpg 2008AIBCTeamSingapore_small.jpg The women's four-player Team event in the 22nd Asian Intercity Championship was decided in the final game. When the dust had settled, Singapore's Denise Chan Jie Lin, Darshini Krishna, Genevieve Gan Hui Ying and New Hui Fen (l.) had wrapped up the victory with 4546 pinfall total and an average of 189.42. Paranaque City, Philippines won silver and Pasay City got bronze. Cecilia Yap (r.), Paranaque, cruised to victory in All Events with 3841 total and an average of 213.39. Her team mate Liza Clutario was third, while Singapore's Fen finished second.

2008 AIBC

12/02/08

Perfect game propels Daegu duo to the title in Men's Doubles at 22nd Asian Intercity Tenpin Bowling Championship

Macau Bowling Center in Macau, China (Nov. 28 - Dec. 6, 2008)

2008AIBCLeeTaeJuKimYoungPyo_small.jpg Kim Young Pyo and Lee Tae Ju (r-l) from Daegu in Korea had games between 410 and 494 to cruise to the title in Men's Doubles in the 22nd Asian Intercity Tenpin Bowling Championship at Macau Bowling Center in Macau, China. Kim highlighted the series with the championships' first 300 in game #3 to help grab the gold medal with 2717 pinfall total and an average of 226.41. Brian Manibusan and John John Ada, Tamuning, Guam, captured the silver medal with 2660. Michael Tsang and Ken Lin of Hong Kong City took the bronze with 2627.

2008 AIBC

12/02/08

Second gold for Paranaque in Women's Doubles at 22nd Asian Intercity Tenpin Bowling Championship

Macau Bowling Center in Macau, China (Nov. 28 - Dec. 6, 2008)

2008AIBCLizaClutarioCeciliaYap_small.jpg Singles champion Liza Clutario (l.) teamed with Cecilia Yap (r.) to win the second gold medal for Paranaque City, Philippines, in Women's Doubles in the 22nd Asian Intercity Tenpin Bowling Championship at Macau Bowling Center in Macau, China. The 2003 World Champions in Trios combined for 2475 pinfall total, an average of 206.25 over six games. Yap carried the team with 1388. Choi Da Som and Sin Hae Young from Daegu, Korea finished in second place with 2375. Bronze went to Angeli Lao and Ditas Red from Pasay City, Philippines, with 2359.

2008 AIBC

12/02/08

Liza Clutario starts 22nd Asian Intercity Tenpin Bowling Championship with victory in Women's Singles

Macau Bowling Center in Macau, China (Nov. 28 - Dec. 6, 2008)

2008AIBCLizaClutario_small.jpg Liza Clutario (pictured) from Paranaque City, Philippines, captured the gold medal in the Women's Singles event at the 22nd Asian Intercity Tenpin Bowling Championship in Macau, China. The World Champion in Trios (2003, Malaysia) was the only player among the 46 women from 13 cities who managed to average over 200. Clutario used high games of 243 and 224 for 1235 six-game total and an average of 205.83. Sam Chan from Taipa, Macau, was on course for gold after four games with 844, but had to settle for the silver medal behind 168 and 183 games and 1195 pinfall total. New Hui Fen took the bronze medal with 1193.

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