EA Games

2013 East Asian Games

10/16/13

Korea's Son Yun Hee, Hong Kong's Wu Siu Hong win East Asian Games Masters titles

Son shoots two big games to cruise to her sixth gold medal; Korean women sweep all gold medals; Wu beats Korea's Choi Bok Eum in Men's Masters, denies the Korean men and the entire team a clean sweep of all gold medals

2013EAGMastersWuSiuHongSonYunHee_small.jpgSon Yun Hee of Korea and Hong Kong's Wu Siu Hong (pictured left, r-l) took different routes to win the gold medals in the women's and men's Masters, which concluded the 6th East Asian Games tenpin bowling competition at Tianjin Tuanbo Bowling Center in Tianjin, China. Son flew past her team mate Lee Na Young, 546-419, to win her sixth gold medal. Wu defeated four-time gold medalist Choi Bok Eum, 403-395, to deny the Korean team a clean sweep of the gold medals.

2013 East Asian Games

10/14/13

Korea wins both gold medals in Team and sweeps all medals in All-Events

Korean men and Korean women just one gold medal in Masters away from a gold medal sweep at the 6th East Asian Games Tenpin Bowling competition

2013EAGWomenTeamKorea_small.jpg2013EAGMenTeamKorea_small.jpgThe Korean men and women captured the gold medals in the five-player Team event and swept all medals in All-Events as the 6th East Asian Games nears conclusion. Choi Bok Eum averaged 236.88 for 24 games to win the gold medal in Men's All-Events while Son Yun Hee averaged 222.58 to cruise to the women's All-Events title.

2013 East Asian Games

10/11/13

Korean men's and women's Trios sweep gold and silver medals at East Asian Games

Korean bowlers hold top four places in men's and women's All-Events heading into the five-player Team event

2013EAGChoiBokEumKimJunYungParkJongWoo_small.jpg2013EAGLeeNaYoungSonYunHeeKimMoonJeong_small.jpgSouth Korea captured gold medal No. 6 and 7 in the East Asian Games. Choi Bok Eum, Kim Jun Yung and Park Jong Woo (left, l-r) averaged 233.22 to cruise to the men's Trios title with 4198. Singles co-champions Kim Moon Jeong and Son Yun Hee teamed with bronze medalist Lee Na Young (right, r-l) to win the women's Trios gold with 3897 (216.50).

2013 East Asian Games

10/09/13

Korea sweeps gold and silver medals in men's and women's Doubles in Tianjin, China

After just two events, Korea has won five gold, two silver and three bronze medals

2013EAGParkJongWooKimJuYoung_small.jpg2013EAGSonYunHeeKimMoonJeong2_small.jpgThe men's and women's national squad of South Korea continued to dominate the bowling competition of the 6th East Asian Games in Tianjin, China. Park Jong Woo and Kim Ju Young (left, l-r) rolled a 2666 series to claim the men's title. Singles co-champions Kim Moon Jeong and Son Yun Hee (right, r-l) won the women's title with 2597.

2013 East Asian Games

10/08/13

Korean bowlers sweep the gold medals in Singles at 6th East Asian Games

Choi Bok Eum wins the men's title, while Son Yun Hee and Kim Moon Jeong tie for gold in the women's division

2013EAGChoiBokEum_small.jpg2013EAGSonYunHeeKimMoonJeong_small.jpgKorean bowlers won five of six medals in men's and women's Singles to start the bowling competition at the 6th East Asian Games in Tianjin, China. Choi Bok Eum (l.) won the first gold medal for Korea in Men's Singles with a huge 1460 series (243.33 avg.) His fellow countrywomen Son Yun Hee and Kim Moon Jeong (right, l-r) tied at 1347 (224.50), to share the gold medal in Women's Singles.

2009 EAG

12/12/09

All Events champions Gye, Hong end 5th East Asian Games with victory in Masters

Korean bowlers win 10 gold, 8 silver and 4 bronze medals

2009EAGMastersGyeMinYoungHongHaeSol_small.jpgIn a unique outcome the top 3 women and the top 3 men in the All Events standings at the 5th East Asian Games bowling competition also earned the medals in the Masters ¬īfinals Saturday at Hong Kong Bowling City in Hong Kong, China. All Events champions Gye Min-Young and Hong Hae-Sol (pictured) earned the coveted titles and their fourth gold medal of the Games. The Korean women and men dominated the bowling competition winning 10 gold, 8 silver and 4 bronze medals.


2009 EAG

12/11/09

Hwang Sun-Ok, Kim Jea-Hoon lead in Masters at 5th East Asian Games

Koreans on target for clean sweep in men's and women's Masters

2009EAGKimJeaHoonHwangSunOk_small.jpgThe Korean bowlers are on target for another clean sweep in the men's and women's Masters of the 5th East Asian Games in Hong Kong, China. Singles champion Hwang Sun-Ok (r.) is on the way to her fourth gold medal as she led the 16-player women's field with 1942 pinfall total including 60 pins bonus. On the men's side, Kim Jea-Hoon (l.) took a 117-pin lead after the first eight matches averaging 233.38 for 1917 pinfall total including 50 pins bonus.

2009 EAG

12/11/09

Korean men and women claim gold medals in Team and All Events at 5th East Asian Games

Hong Kong Bowling City in Hong Kong, China (Dec. 4-12, 2009)

2009EAGTeamKorea_small.jpgAfter winning gold and silver in Trios earlier this day, the Korean women and men claimed another gold medal in the five-player team event in the 5th East Asian Games in Hong Kong, China. In addition, the Korean women led by Gye Min-Young swept all the medals in All Events, while Hong Hae-Sol and Kim Jae-Hoon took gold and silver in the men's division. The top 16 men and the top 16 women in All Events advanced to the Masters finals on Friday and Saturday. 

2009 EAG

12/10/09

Korea wins gold and silver in men's and women's Trios at East Asian Games

Japan takes the bronze medals in both divisions

2009EAGTriosChampionsKorea_small.jpgThe Korean women won its third gold medal of the 5th East Asian Games in Hong Kong, while the men finally captured the first title in the Trios event Thursday morning at Hong Kong Bowling City. The other Korean trios claimed the silver medals. Both bronze medals went to Japan. The women's title went to Jeon Eun-Hee, Hwang Sun-Ok and Son Yun-Hee (front row, l-r) with 4044 pinfall total while Hong Hae-Sol, Kim Tae-Young and Kim Jae-Hoon (back row, l-r) secured the men's gold with 4139.

2009 EAG

12/10/09

Japanese women, Korean men lead as Team event has reached the halfway mark

Hong Kong Bowling City in Hong Kong, China (Dec. 4-12, 2009)

2009EAGJapanWomen_small.jpg2009EAGKoreaMen_small.jpgThe Japanese women (left) and the Korean men (right), not the Korean women and the Japanese men as expected, took the lead in the five-player team event after the first block on long oil in the 5th East Asian Games. The Japanese women posted a 3202 pinfall total (213.47) while the Korean men felled 3470 pins, an average of 231.33.

2009 EAG

12/09/09

Korea dominates men's and women's Trios event after 3/6 games

Women sit in 1, 2 and men in 1, 3 after three games on short oil

2009EAGGyeMinYoungShinBoHyunGangHyeEun_small.jpg2009EAGHongHaeSolKimTaeYoungKimJaeHoon_small.jpgTeam Korea dominated the first block on short oil in both the men's and women's Trios event at the 5th East Asian Games. Gang Hye-Eun, Shin Bo-Hyun and Gye Min-Young (.) set the pace in the women's division with 1967 (218.56). Hong Hae-Sol, Kim Jae-Hoon and Kim Tae-Young (r.) led the fmen's ield with 2021 (224.56).

2009 EAG

12/09/09

Clean sweep for Korean Women in 5th East Asian Games Doubles competition

Hong Kong Bowling City in Hong Kong, China (Dec. 4-12, 2009)

2009EAGGyeMinYoungShinBoHyun_small.jpgThe Korean women dominated the Doubles event of the 5th East Asian Games Tuesday at Hong Kong Bowling City in Hong Kong, China, en route to sweep all medals on the second day of competition. Wolrd champions Jeon Eun-Hee and Son Yun-Hee (2618) and Hwang Sun-Ok and Gang Hye-Eun (2458) had to settle for silver and bronze as Shin Bo-Hyun and Gye Min-Young (r-l) cruised to victory with 2645 six-game total and an average of 220.42.

2009 EAG

12/08/09

Sasaki/Fujii come from behind to win second gold for Japan in Men's Doubles

Déjà-vu for Korean bowlers, slip out of the medals in last game

2009EAGNobuhitoFujiTomoyukiSasaki_small.jpgFor the second consecutive day, Japanese bowlers finished strong to claim the gold medal in the 5th East Asian Games bowling competition currently underway at Hong Kong Bowling City in Hong Kong, China. Tomoyuki Sasaki and Nobuhito Fujii (r-l) finished their six-game series with the highest game of the event, 502, en route to jump from 7th to first place to earn the gold medal in Men's Doubles with 2596. Silver and bronze went to Chinese Taipei's. Cheng Hsing-Chao/Yang Nien-Hua and Fang Chih-Nan/Cheng Chao-Yu.

2009 EAG

12/07/09

Takahashi rolls 300 game to claim gold in Men's Singles at 5th East Asian Games

Hong Kong Bowling City in Hong Kong, China (Dec. 4-12, 2009)

 2009EAGWuSiuHongToshihikoTakahashiKimJaeHoon_small.jpgToshihiko Takahashi from Japan rolled the first 300 game in the bowling competition of the 5th East Asian Games in Hong Kong, China, en route to claim the gold medal in the Men's Singles competition Monday afternoon at Hong Kong Bowling City. Hong Kong's Wu Siu Hong, 7th after five games, finished with a huge 269 to help grab the silver medal, while Koreans Choi Ki-Bong and Kim Jae-Hoon, who led the field of 43 players from eight countries after five games, slipped to  third and fourth place. 

2009 EAG

12/07/09

Korean women start 5th East Asian Games with Gold and Silver in Women's Singles

Hong Kong Bowling City in Hong Kong, China (Dec. 4-12, 2009)

2009EAGMasakiMukotaniHwangSunOkShinBoHyun_small.jpgThe bowling competition of the 5th East Asian Games in Hong Kong, China got underway on Monday morning with the Women's Singles at Hong Kong Bowling City, a state-of-the-art 44-laner located in two convention halls. The Korean women underlined their status as tournament favorites when Hwang Sun-Ok (r.) and Shin Bo-Hyun earned the gold and silver medal. Japan's Misaki Mukotani beat out team mate Haruka Matsuda for the bronze medal by five pins.

Hong Kong

07/01/06

Lin Yi Chien and Kim Yang-Hee triumph in 21st East Asian Championship Masters

Mei Foo Super Fun Bowl in Hong Kong, China (June 22-29, 2006)

Lin Yi Chien, Chinese Taipei, defeated Wang Ying Jun, China, 389-346, to win the Men's Masters title in the 21st East Asian Tenpin Bowling Championship at Mei Foo Super Fun Bowl in Hong Kong, China. On the women's side, Kim Yang-Hee topped Ka Yun-Mi, both of Korea, 385-363, in the title match.


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