2007 Guatemala

Guatemala

06/02/07

Team USA sweeps masters medals to close Men's American Zone Championships

By Kevin Hazaert, USBC Communications

2007MAZCOSullivanPageJanawicz_small.jpg Rhino Page (center) of Fresno, Calif., cruised to the Masters gold medal while teammates John Janawicz (right) of Winter Haven, Fla., took silver and David O'Sullivan (left) of Orlando, Fla., claimed bronze Friday, capping off a historic week for Team USA at the Men's American Zone Championships. The United States became the first country in American Zone Championships history in its current format to sweep the six gold medals in the men's or women's division.

Guatemala

06/01/07

More gold goes to Team USA at Men's American Zone Championships

Team USA wins team gold medal, sweeps all-events medals
By Kevin Hazaert, USBC Communications

2007MAZCTeamUSAliftJeriEdwards_small.jpg Team USA with Rhino Page, David Haynes, David O'Sullivan, Derek Eoff, John Janawicz and Bill Hoffman continued its domination of the team event at the Men's American Zone Championships with its fifth straight team gold medal Thursday at Metro Bowl. Mexico captured the silver medal in the team event with 6,115, while Puerto Rico earned the bronze at 6,025. Additionally, Team USA swept the all-events medals, with gold going to O'Sullivan, silver to Eoff and bronze to Page.

Guatemala

05/31/07

Team USA smashes two records at Men's American Zone Championships

Newcomers Janawicz, O'Sullivan and Eoff stay hot to run away with the trios gold medal
By Kevin Hazaert

2007MAZCJanawiczOSullivanEoff_small.jpg Not even a major lane breakdown Wednesday morning could prevent two records from falling at the hands of (l-r) Team USA's John Janawicz of Winter Haven, Fla., David O'Sullivan of Orlando, Fla., and Derek Eoff of Greenfield, Wis., in winning the trios gold medal at the 2007 Men's American Zone Championships with 3,995 over six games. Brazil finished with the silver medal at 3,736 while Mexico took the bronze with 3,728.

Guatemala

05/30/07

Eoff, O'Sullivan win doubles gold at Men's American Zone Championships

By Kevin Hazaert, USBC Communications

2007MAZCDavidOSullivanDerekEoff_small.jpg Team USA's Derek Eoff (right) and David O'Sullivan fired a blistering 2,644 on Tuesday to win the doubles gold medal at the 2007 Men's American Zone Championships in Guatemala. It is the highest doubles score at the event since 1989 and third highest in the event's history. Ray Vervinck and Joe Ciach, Canada, were 20 pins behind to earn the silver medal with 2,624. Bronze went to Mexicans Benjamin Corona and Alejandro Cruz with 2,486.

Guatemala

05/29/07

Team USA's Janawicz starts Men's American Zone Championships with victory in Singles

By Kevin Hazaert, USBC Communications

2007MAZCJohnJanawicz_small.jpg 2007MAZCDerekEoff_small.jpg John Janawicz (l.) made the most of his Team USA debut Monday. The Winter Haven, Fla., resident shot 1,365 over six games (227.5 average) to win the gold medal in Singles at the 2007 Men's American Zone Championships at Metro Bowl in Guatemala City, Guatemala. Enrique Gutierrez, Mexico, who shot 956 over his last four games, earned the silver medal with 1,357. Team USA's Derek Eoff (r.) finished his six-game series with 234, 234 and 236 to take the bronze medal with 1,352.

Guatemala

05/28/07

Opening ceremonies kick off Men's American Zone Championships

By Kevin Hazaert, USBC Communications

2007MAZCOpeningCeremony_small.jpg Action at the 2007 Men's American Zone Championships is ready to start at Metro Bowl in Guatemala City, Guatemala, with participants competing in the six-game singles event Monday. The singles competition is being contested on the short oil pattern. Tournament festivities began Sunday with the official practice followed by the opening ceremonies, saluting the 18 participating countries.

United States

05/27/07

O'Sullivan set for American Zone Bowling Championships By Alex Myersthe

Republished courtesy of Journal News (May 26, 2007)

2007WRMDavidOSullivan_small.jpg As a member of Junior Team USA, bowler David O'Sullivan got a taste of what it's like to compete for his country in the 2004 World Youth Championships in Guam. At that event, O'Sullivan held his own by coming home with two medals and gaining some invaluable experience. Now O'Sullivan, 23, is stepping up to bowl with the big boys as a member of the prestigious Team USA.

Canada

05/25/07

Canada will compete at 2007 Men's American Zone Championships

Canada's national men's team will compete in the American Zone Men's Championships which will take place at Guatemala City, Guatemala from May 28 through June 1, 2007. Fifteen countries in the Americas are expected to take part in the competition which includes singles, doubles, trios, team event and a match play masters event. Competition will take place at Metro Bowl.

Guatemala

05/10/07

First FIQ/WTBA American Zone Men's Championship

Metro Bowl in Guatemala City, Guatemala (May 27 - June 3, 2007)

GTMBFLogo_small.jpg The First FIQ/WTBA American Zone Men's Championship will be held at Metro Bowl in Guatemala City, Guatemala from May 27 through June 3, 2007. 15 countries will compete with maximum six players Singles, Doubles, Trios, 5-Player Team, All Events and Masters. The "Extra Ordinary Conference" will take place on May 26th at 10 am in the host hotel of the championship, Clarion Suites, and it has only one subject on the agenda. 

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