2010 Guatemala

Guatemala

05/21/10

Team USA ends PABCON Championship of the Champions with victory in Team Masters

Aseret Zetter, Luis Olivo claim Individual Masters titles

2010PCCoCJohnJanawiczBrendaEdwards_small.jpgTeam USA waited until the last discipline to win its first gold medal and to end the PABCON Championship of the Champions with victory in Team Masters. In the title match Brenda Edwards and John Janawicz (pictured left) defeated Patricia De Faria and Luis Olivo, Venezuela, two-games-to-one. Olivo and Aseret Zetteralso earned the first gold medals for Venezuela and Mexico when they won the men's and women's Masters titles Thursday at Metrobowl in Guatemala City, Guatemala.

Guatemala

05/20/10

Colombia, Guatemala share gold medals in Mixed Doubles and All Events at CoC

Manuel Otalora wins three gold medals on the third day of competition

2009WUSORocioRestrepo3_small.jpg2009LaRazaManuelOtalora_small.jpgRocio Restrepo (l.) and Manuel Otalora (r.) from Colombia and Sofia Granda and Andres Herrera from the host country of Guatemala dominated the third day of competition in the PABCON Championship of the Champions 2010 at Metrobowl in Guatemala City, Guatemala. The Colombians teamed to win the gold medal in Mixed Doubles and Country All Events. Otalora earned his third gold in men's All Events, while Granda won her second in women's All Events.

Guatemala

05/19/10

Granda, Colon start PABCON Championship of the Champions with victory in Singles

Top 3 men and women remain unchallenged in second block on short oil

2009PCRFSofiaGranda_small.jpg2009USBCOCFrankieColon_small.jpgSofia Granda (l.), Guatemala and Frankie Colon (r.), Puerto Rico both posted the highest 8-game block on short oil en route to start the PABCON Championship of the Champions 2010 with victory in Singles. Granda, who rolled a 1576 series Monday in the first block on long oil, added 1825 on short to claim the women's gold medal with 3401 16-game total and an average of 212.56. Colon closed out his 1835 series on short with 770 to cruise to the men's title with 3512 (219.50).

Guatemala

05/18/10

Colombian bowlers lead as PABCON CoC Singles reaches halfway point

Metrobowl in Guatemala City, Guatemala (May 16-21, 2010)

2009LaRazaManuelOtalora_small.jpg2009WUSORocioRestrepo3_small.jpg The 2010 Pan American Bowling Confederation Championship of the Champions tournament got underway Monday, May 17, with the first of two 8-game blocks of the Singles competition at Metrobowl in Guatemala City. Guatemala. 2009 World Games champion, Manuel Otalora (l.), and fellow Colombian national team member Rocio Restrepo (r.) set the pace in the men's and women's division on the long oil pattern with 1712 and 1675, respectively.

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