AIBC

2008 AIBC

12/02/08

Korean bowlers dominate in Men's Singles at 22nd Asian Intercity Tenpin Bowling Championships

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

2008AIBCKongByongHee_small.jpg Korean bowlers took the first five places in Men's Singles, the opening event of the 22nd Asian Intercity Tenpin Bowling Championship currently underway at Macau Bowling Center in Macau, China. Kong Byoung Hee (pictured) won the first gold medal for the city of Uiwang in the championships. Byoung Hee had six games between 205 and 246 to win the title with 1364 pinfall total and an average of 227.33. Lee Dong Hee, Pohang, had 1324 including a 717 series in games 4-6 to earn the silver medal. Bronze went Lee Tae Ju from Daegu with 1302.

2008 AIBC

12/01/08

22nd Asian Intercity Tenpin Bowling Championships gets underway in Macau

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

AIBCLogo_small.jpg The 22nd Asian Intercity Tenpin Bowling Championships kicked off on Saturday, November 29, with the Asian Intercity Bowling Council (AIBC) Executive Meeting, AIBC General Assembly and the Team Managers’ Meeting for the participating cities. The Opening Ceremonies took place on Sunday evening at the host Macau Bowling Center, a 24-laner located in the Cotai International Sports Complex. The real action starts on December 1, with the first squad of the men's Singles event. 46 women and 80 men representing 21 cities will compete in Singles, Doubles, Team, All-Events and Masters.

Indonesia

11/24/07

Kim and Lim end 21st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships with victory in Masters

Artha Gading Bowling Center in Jakarta, Indonesia (Nov. 17-25, 2007)

2007AICWomenMastersBerniceLim2_small.jpg 2007AICMenMasterKimYoungPyo2_small.jpg Kim Young Pyo (l.), Daegu, Korea, and Bernice Lim (r.), Singapore, ended the 21st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships in Jakarta, Indonesia with victory in the men's and women's Masters competition. Pyo fired a 299 game in the position round en route to win his fourth gold medal in the men's division with 3646 pinfall total and an average of 222.88. On the women's side, Lim held off a strong charge by three Koreans to cruise to victory with 3487 total.

Indonesia

11/24/07

Singapore's Lim takes the lead in Women's Masters, Koreans Oh and Lee co-leaders in Men's Masters

Artha Gading Bowling Center in Jakarta, Indonesia (Nov. 17-25, 2007)

2007AICMenMastersOhYoungGi_small.jpg 2007AICWomenMastersBerniceLim_small.jpg Bernice Lim (l.) from Singapore stunned the favorites from Busan, Korea, when she finished the first block of eight games with a 223 game victory en route to take the halftime lead in the women's Masters final at the 21st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships in Jakarta, Indonesia. On the men's side, two Koreans - Oh Young Gi (r.), Uiwang and Lee Dong Hee, Pohang - are deadlocked at 1796 before the final seven games round robin and the final position round game on Saturday.

Indonesia

11/23/07

Sung Hee and Young Pyo add yet another gold medal in All Events at 21st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships

Artha Gading Bowling Center in Jakarta, Indonesia (Nov. 17-25, 2007)

2007AICAllEventsChampions_small.jpg Yoo Sung Hee (r.) from Busan, Korea, claimed her fourth gold medal in women's All Events at the 21st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships in Jakarta, Indonesia. On the men's side Kim Young Pyo (l.), Daegu, was able to weather a strong challenge by two-time ABT Tour Tournament of Champions winner Purvis Granger, Paranaque, to win his third gold medal of the Championships, which will conclude with the Masters finals of the top 16 men and women.

Indonesia

11/22/07

Busan and Daegu win the Team titles in 21st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships

Artha Gading Bowling Center in Jakarta, Indonesia (Nov. 17-25, 2007)

2007AICWomenTeamBusan_small.jpg 2007AICMenTeamDaegu_small.jpg The women's team from Busan and the men's team from Daegu, both Korea, earned the coveted team titles in the 21st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships at Artha Gading Bowling Center in Jakarta, Indonesia. The champions outaveraged their nearest competitors by 10 and 12 pins, respectively.

Indonesia

11/21/07

Korea sweeps Doubles titles in 21st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships

Second gold for women's singles champ Yoo Sung Hee

2007AICMenDoublesParkHeeJeongKimYoungPyo_small.jpg 2007AICWomenDoublesYooSungHeeAnYuRi_small.jpg The cities of Busan and Daegu, both Korea, claimed the titles in the women's and men's Doubles competition in the 21st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships. Women's Singles champion Yoo Sung Hee (left, in the front), won her second gold medal with An Yu Ri with 2489 pinfall total. On the men's side, Kim Young Pyo led the way with the high series of 1324 and the high game of 279 and team mate Park Hee Jeong added 1197 for 2521.

Indonesia

11/21/07

Singapore and Busan earn the first gold medals in 21st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships

Won Jong-Yoon shoots first 300 game of the Championships

2007AICMenSinglesMarkWong_small.jpg 2007AICWomenSinglesYooSungHee_small.jpg Mark Wong (l.), Singapore, and Yoo Sung Hee, Busan, Korea started the 21st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships in Jakarta, Indonesia, with victory in the men's and women's Singles competition. Wong finished his six-game block with a 246 high game to secure the gold medal with 1318 pinfall total and an average of 219.67. Yoo Sung Hee had three game over 230 to win the title with 1307 (218.83), the sole 1300 series in the women's division.

Indonesia

11/20/07

21st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships gets underway in Jakarta

Artha Gading Bowling Center in Jakarta, Indonesia (Nov. 17-25, 2007)

2007AICOpening_small.jpg More than 100 bowlers representing 19 cities from Chinese Taipei, Guam, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Mariana Islands, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, and the host country of Indonesia will participate in the 21st Asian Intercity Bowling Championships, which were declared open on Monday evening at Artha Gading Bowling Center in Jakarta. 8 women teams and 18 men teams will bowl for the gold, silver and bronze medals in Singles, Doubles, 4-player Team event, All Events and Masters.

Indonesia

09/05/05

Cecilia Yap and Purvis Granger win Masters titles in 19th Asian Intercity Tenpin Bowling Championships

Artha Gading Bowling Center in Jakarta, Indonesia

Purvis Granger.jpg Cecilia Yap.jpg Cecilia Yap and Purvis Granger ended the 19th Asian Intercity Championships in Jakarta, Indonesia, with victory in the women's and men's Masters. Both players are from Paranaque City, Philippines, that defended the overall Intercity championship title by winning six gold medals, three silver and one bronze.

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