2007 Brazil

Brazil

07/27/07

Milligan, Page golden again at Pan American Games

Both players win decisive games as Team USA sweeps gold medals

2007PAGSinglesMilliganPage_small.jpg Team USA's Tennelle Milligan (l.) and Rhino Page (r.) each won singles gold medals as the bowling competition at the Pan American Games came to a close Thursday at Barra Bowling Center. Milligan defeated Venezuela's Alicia Marcano, 2-1, in the best-of-three, gold medal match, while Page got past Mexico's Daniel Falconi, 2-1, for the men's championship. Aumi Guerra, Dominican Republic, and Lucas Legnani, Argentina, took the bronze medals.

Brazil

07/26/07

Team USA advances four to Singles match play at Pan Am Games

Mexico's bronze medal from women's doubles reinstated

2007PAGLogo_small.jpg One day after winning two doubles gold medals in convincing fashion, all four Team USA players are in the running to close the Pan American Games bowling competition with a second medal. Men's doubles gold medalists Rhino Page of Topeka, Kan., and Cassidy Schaub of Polk, Ohio, both advanced to singles match play by finishing in the top 16 after eight qualifying games Wednesday at Barra Bowling Center. The same was true for women's doubles gold medalists Tennelle Milligan of Costa Mesa, Calif., and Diandra Asbaty of Chicago.

Brazil

07/25/07

Team USA sweeps doubles gold at Pan American Games

Mexico's bronze medal from women's doubles reinstated

2007PAGDoublesTeamUSA_small.jpg Powered by strong first games from both the men and the women, Team USA ran away with a pair of doubles gold medals Tuesday at the Pan American Games. L-R Diandra Asbaty of Chicago and Tennelle Milligan of Costa Mesa, Calif., finished with a 12-game total of 5,356 to win the women's event by 387 pins, while Rhino Page of Topeka, Kan., and Cassidy Schaub of Polk, Ohio, totaled 5,260 for a 158-pin victory at Barra Bowling Center.

2007 Pan Am Games

07/24/07

Two gold medals within sight for Team USA at Pan Am Games

Asbaty and Milligan, Page and Schaub lead halfway through doubles

2007PAGLogo_small.jpg Strong performances on the first day of bowling competition at the Pan American Games have Team USA in line for a pair of doubles gold medals. Diandra Asbaty and Tennelle Milligan have a commanding lead halfway through the 12-game women's doubles event at Barra Bowling Center, while Rhino Page and Cassidy Schaub bolted into the men's doubles lead with a 2,618 six-game total, good for a 97-pin lead heading into Tuesday's final six games.

Brazil

07/17/07

Upcoming soon: XV Pan American Games

2007PanAmericanGamesLogo_small.jpg The XV Pan American Games are an Americas version of the Olympic Games which includes the Olympic Program sports and others that are not part of the Olympics. The Games will run July 13-29 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.  The bowling competition consisting of two disciplines - Singles and Doubles - will take place July 23-26 at Barra Bowling Center, a 20-lane facility located in the Barra Shopping Mall in Barra de Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro.

XV Pan Am Games

07/12/07

Canada will participate in bowling competition at XV Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro

By Hazel McLeary, CTF Public Relations Coordinator

Lynne Gauthier.jpg Kerrie_Ryan-Ciach_4871.jpg Canada will be one of 16 countries represented in the bowling competition at the XV Pan American Games. Competition will be held at the 16 lane Barra Bowling Arena in Rio de Janeiro, July 23-26, 2007. Competition will include men's and women's singles and doubles. Canada's representatives are Lynne Gauthier (left), Darren Klassen, Kerrie Ryan-Ciach (right) and Jason Kovack.

Brazil

07/11/07

Less than 10 days to go to the Pan Am Games

Nomination of Andres Gomez causes big controversy

2007PanAmericanGamesLogo_small.jpg "With less than 10 days to go, we are starting to feel the chills that will accompany us during the Pan Am Games starting next Sunday with the official practice," Karla Redig, assistant manager of bowling during the Games said. Howver, the nomination of Colombian Andres Gomez, who had earned an exemption for the 2005-06 PBA Tour season, has caused a big controversy in Rio de Janeiro. According rto Redig, "Gomez is considered by the organizing committee as illegible for the Games since he has participated in the PBA."

Brazil

07/08/07

Upcoming soon: XV Pan American Games

2007PanAmericanGamesLogo_small.jpg The XV Pan American Games are an Americas version of the Olympic Games which includes the Olympic Program sports and others that are not part of the Olympics. The Games will run July 13-29 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, with the bowling competition, consisting of singles and doubles events, is scheduled for July 23-26 at Barra Bowling Center, a 20-lane facility located in the Barra Shopping Mall in Barra de Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro. 16 countries will participate in the Pan Am Games in two divisions - men and women. 

United States

06/27/07

Milligan returns to Team USA action at Pan American Games

Former professional star competing in first international event in eight years

2007TTTennelleMilligan.jpg Eight years since her last international bowling competition, Tennelle Milligan of Costa Mesa, Calif., is eagerly anticipating her Team USA "re-debut" next month at the Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. "I can't wait for the butterflies to start churning inside me," said Milligan, who won a team gold medal at the 1999 Pan American Games in her only year on Team USA before turning professional.  The XV Pan American Games, which run July 13-29, are an Americas version of the Olympic Games. 

United States

06/20/07

Asbaty ready to experience Pan American Games

Chicago native aiming to add more accomplishments in her young, storied career

2007WRMDiandraAsbaty_small.jpg Diandra Asbaty has won numerous titles and gold medals from her many travels across the world in the past nine years on Team USA. However, next month in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the Chicago native will get to experience the thrill of the Pan American Games for the first time in her young, yet storied, bowling career. The XV Pan American Games, which run July 13-29, are an Americas version of the Olympic Games which includes the Olympic Program sports and others that are not part of the Olympics.

United States

02/18/07

Page, Schaub, Asbaty, Milligan to represent the U.S. in the 2007 Pan American Games

2007PAGTTTop4_small.jpg Rhino Page, Cassidy Schaub, Diandra Asbaty and Tennelle Milligan won the men's and women's 2007 Pan Am Team Trials held in Milwaukee, Wis., Feb. 16-17, 2007. The trials featured four separate tournaments on four different lane oil patterns, the first three five-game blocks at Olympic Lanes and the final six-game series at the USBC testing facility.

Team USA

02/18/07

Page and Asbaty lead U.S. Pan Am Games Team Trials after Day 1

Olympic Lanes and USBC testing facility in Milwaukee, Wis. (Feb. 16-17, 2007)

2006BWCDiandraAsbaty_small.jpg 2007PAGTTRhinoPage_small.jpg Rhino Page and Diandra Asbaty have positioned themselves atop the men's and women's leaderboard after day one in the U.S. 2007 Pan Am Team Trials, which will determine the two men and two women, who will represent The United States in the 2007 Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Starting Today

02/16/07

U.S. Pan Am Games athletes to be determined at team trials

Barnes, Pluhowsky top women's standings while Page, O'Sullivan lead men's field

2007PAGCaueBowling_small.jpg The battle to see who will represent the United States in bowling competition at this year's Pan American Games will conclude with the U.S. Pan American Team Trials in Milwaukee on Feb. 16-17. The United States will be represented by two men and two women from Team USA 2007 at the 2007 Pan American Games, which will be held July 19-28 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

United States

12/21/06

Pan American Games selection process heats up

USBC Team USA Trials, Pan Am Team Trials performance will be heavily weighted

2007PanAmericanGamesLogo_small.jpg Hidden within next month's United States Bowling Congress Team USA Trials will be the continuing selection process for United States athlete representatives at the 2007 Pan American Games, which will be held July 19-28 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The Pan American Games are an Americas version of the Olympic Games which includes the Olympic Program sports and others that are not part of the Olympics.

American Zone

01/17/06

All but one country set for the 2007 Pan American Games

PAGRio2007Logo_small.jpg Jose_Guandique_5427.jpg Jose Guandique, President of the American Zone, has informed us that he has officially announced the names of 15 of maximum 16 participants for the men's and women's division in the Pan American Games Rio 2007. The Games will be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from July 12-29, 2007.

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