2010 Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico

07/26/10

Andraunick Simounet is the surprise winner in CAGC Men's Masters

Wins final gold medal of the Central American Games for host Puerto Rico

2010CACGAndraunickSimounet_small.jpg2010CACGArmandoBatres_small.jpgAndraunick Simounet (l.) ended the bowling competition of the 21st Central American and Caribbean Games with a surprise victory in Men's Masters. In the best-of-three title match between the two lowest-seeded players, No. 15 Simounet defeated No. 16 Armando Batres (r.), Guatemala, two-games-to-none, to win the second gold medal for the host country. Simounet's compatriot Gabriel Sanchez and Luis Olivo, Venezuela, shared the bronze.

Puerto Rico

07/26/10

Karen Marcano sweeps Iliana Lomeli to win Women Masters at Centroamericanos

Clara Juliana Guerrero and Sandra Gongora share the bronze medal

2010CACGKarenMarcano_small.jpg2010CACGIlianaLomeli_small.jpgKaren Marcano (l.) from Venezuela won the coveted Women's Masters title in the XXI Central American and Caribbean Games when she defeated Iliana Lomeli (r.), Mexico, two-games-to-none, Sunday at Bolera Caribe in Ponce. In the semis, Marcano, seeded 13th, eliminated No. 16 Sandra Gongora, Mexico, and No. 2 Lomeli ousted No. 3 Clara Juliana Guerrero, Colombia. Lomeli received the silver medal while Gongora and Guerrero shared the bronze.

Puerto Rico

07/26/10

Venezuelan women's team follows in the footprints of the men; wins team gold at CACG

Colombia's Rocio Restrepo wins her fourth gold medal of the Games in All Events

2010CACGVENWomen_small.jpg2010CACGRocioRestrepo2_small.jpgThe Venezuelan women followed in the footprints of the men when they captured the gold medal in the five-player team event at the Central American Games in Puerto Rico. The fivesome led the field of 10 countries with 6380 pinfall total (212.67 ave.). Mexico earned the silver medal and Colombia took the bronze. Colombia's Rocio Restrepo (right) won her fourth gold medal of the Games in All Events.

Puerto Rico

07/25/10

Venezuelan men claim gold in prestigious Team event at Centroamericanos

Jose Estrada survives strong charge by Andres Gomez to win in All Events

2010CACGVENMen_small.jpg2010CACGJoseEstrada_small.jpgVenezuela (l.) claimed the prestigious men's Team title in the 21st Central American and Caribbean Games in Ponce, Puerto Rico, with 6510 six-game total and an average of 217. Colombia took silver and Puerto Rico got the bronze. Jose Estrada (r.), Dominican Republic, survived a late charge by Andres Gomez, Colombia, to win the gold medal in All Events by 10 pins. Alejandro Reyna, Costa Rica, took bronze.

Puerto Rico

07/24/10

First gold for host Puerto Rico in Men's Trios at Central American and Caribbean Games

Silver and bronze go to Mexico and the Dominican Republic

2010CACGMenTriosPRC_small.jpgIsrael Hernández, Gabriel Sanchez and Andraunick Simounet (pictured) won the first bowling gold medal for the host country, Puerto Rico, in the men's Trios event of the 21st Central American and Caribbean Games. The trio averaged 237 for the last three games to secure the title with 4027 six-game total and an average of 223.72. Mexico was 174 pins behind with 3853 to earn the silver medal with the trios from the Dominican Republic in third and fourth place with 3830 and 3816, respectively

Puerto Rico

07/24/10

Colombian women dominate Trios event at Central American and Caribbean Games

Venezuela shoots big final game to take the silver medal

2010CACGVENMenRestrepoGuerreroGomez_small.jpgThe Colombian women dominated the Trios event in the 21st Central American and Caribbean Games winning gold and bronze at bowling center Caribe in Ponce, Puerto Rico, Paola Gomez, Clara Juliana Guerrero and Rocio Restrepo (pictured r-l) rolled six games between 603 and 673 to win the third bowling gold for Colombia with 3843 pinfall total and an average of 213.50. Venezuela leaped three spots in the final game to earn silver, while the second Colombian trio took the bronze.

Puerto Rico

07/23/10

Restrepo, Otalora win second gold for Colombia in Mixed Doubles at Centroamericanos

Silver and bronze for Venezuela and Mexico

2010CACGRocioRestrepo_small.jpg2010CACGManuelOtalora_small.jpgRocio Restrepo (l.) and Manuel Otalora (r.) both posted 1328 individual six-game series to cruise to the title in Mixed Doubles at the 21st Central American and Caribbean Games 2010 at Bolera Caribe in Ponce, Puerto Rico. Venezuela's Patricia De Faria and men's Singles champion Luis Olivo were 70 pins behind the Colombians to earn silve. Lilia Robles and Ernesto Franco captured the first medal for Mexico by finishing in third place.

Puerto Rico

07/22/10

Estrada, Prats win second gold for Dominican Republic in Men's Doubles at CACG

Silver and bronze for Colombia and also bronze for Venezuela

2010CACGFranciscoPratsJoseEstrada_small.jpgJose Estrada (r.) and Francisco Prats (l.) followed in the footprints of Women's doubles champions Aumi Guerra and Paula Vilas when they captured the second gold medal for the Dominican Republic in Men's Doubles at the 21st Central American and Caribbean Games in Puerto Rico. Colombia's Andres Gomez and Manuel Otalora, were 10 pins behind to take the silver medal while their compatriots Fabio Garcia and Juan Rodriguez tied with Rafael Medina and Ildemaro Ruiz, Venezuela, for the bronze medal.

Puerto Rico

07/21/10

Dominican Republic's Guerra, Vilas storm to Women's Doubles gold at Central American Games

Silver and bronze for Puerto Rico and Colombia

2009WWCPaulaVilasAumiGuerra_small.jpgAumi Guerra and Paula Vilas (r-l) from the Dominican Republic finished the Women's Doubles at the XXI Central American and Caribbean Games with the strongest game by blasting off 508 pins to jump from 5th to first place to earn the gold medal with 2604 six-game total and an average of 217.Mariana Ayala and Mariangie Colon finished second with 2568 to win the first medal for Puerto Rico. Singles gold and bronze medalists, Rocio Restrepo and Clara Juliana Guerrero, Colombia, took the bronze with 2554.

Puerto Rico

07/21/10

Luis Olivo earns title in Men's Singles at Central American and Caribbean Games

World Games champion Otalora falls two pins short of a tie for gold

2010CACGLuisOlivo_small.jpg2010CACGManuelOtalora_small.jpgLuis Olivo (l.), Venezuela, earned the first gold medal in the men's bowling competition of the 21st Central American and Caribbean Games, when he won in Singles with 1346 total, an average of 224.33 for six games. 2009 World Games champion Manuel Otalora (r.), Colombia, closed out his set with a huge 267 game but fell two pins short of a tie for gold to settle for silver with 1344. Damien Matthews, Bermuda took the bronze medal with 1301.

Puerto Rico

07/20/10

Rocio Restrepo wins first gold of the 21st Central American and Caribbean Games

Bolera Caribe in Ponce, Puerto Rico (July 19-25, 2010)

2009WUSORocioRestrepo3_small.jpgColombia was off to a great start into the bowling competition of the 21st Central American and Caribbean Games which got underway on Monday at Bolera Caribe in Ponce, Puerto Rico. Rocio Restrepo won the first gold medal of the Games and Clara Juliana Guerrero added a bronze medal. Sandwiched between the two Colombians was Sofia Granda, Guatemala, who took the silver medal. 72 women from 14 member federations of CONCECABOL will compete for medals in Singles Doubles, Mixed Doubles, Trios, 5-Player Teams, All Events and Masters.

Puerto Rico

07/19/10

21st Central American and Caribbean Games Bowling competition to start on Monday

Bolera Caribe in Ponce, Puerto Rico (July 19-25, 2010)

2010CACGLogo_small.jpg The 21st Central American and Caribbean Games will take place in the city of MayagĂĽez and in other cities of the Porta del Sol region in the west of Puerto Rico. The Bowling competition will be held at Bolera Caribe in Ponce from July 19-25, 2010. Maximum six men and six women from the member federation of CONCECABOL will compete for gold, silver and bronze medals in Men's and Women's Singles, Doubles, Mixed Doubles, Trios, 5-Player Teams, All Events and Masters.

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