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2015 PABCON Men

09/19/15

John Janawicz captures Masters gold at 2015 PABCON Men's Championships

Puerto Rico's Michael Fonseca earns silver medal; his teammates Israel Hernandez, Cristian Azcona share the bronze

2015PMCUSAJohnJanawicz_small.jpgTeam USA's John Janawicz (pictured) won the gold medal in Masters to cap off the 2015 Pan American Bowling Confederation Men's Championships in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Friday. Janawicz cruised to a 2-0 victory over Puerto Rico's Michael Fonseca in the best-of-three championship match at AMF Bolera Paradise Lanes in San Juan, Puerto Rico. "I was able to line up pretty quickly and I think that made it a little tough for him to come back," said Janawicz, who won silver in Masters at the 2007 PABCON Men's Championships.

2015 PABCON Men

09/18/15

Colombia beats USA for the Team gold at PABCON Men's Championships

Host Puerto Rico takes the bronze medal; Team USA's Marshall Kent captures the All-Events title

2015PMCTeamColombia_small.jpgColombia (pictured) grabbed the gold medal in the team event at the 2015 PABCON Men's Championships in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Thursday, snapping Team USA's 26-year run of team titles in the event. Colombia posted a 6,223 pinfall total (207.4 average) to beat Team USA (6,162) by 61 pins with Puerto Rico taking third with a 6,075 total at AMF Bolera Paradise Lanes. Team USA's Kent captured the All-Events title with a 5,383 total (224.3 average).

2015 PABCON Men

09/17/15

USA takes gold, silver in Trios at PABCON Men's Championships

Marshall Kent leads in All-Events heading into the final six games in the Team event on Thursday

2015PMCTriosRashJanawiczKent_small.jpgThe United States of America took the top two spots in the Trios event Wednesday in the third event of the 2015 Pan American Bowling Confederation Men's Championships, while Colombia earned bronze. Team USA's John Janawicz (c.), Marshall Kent (r.) and Sean Rash (l.) earned the gold medal with a six-game total of 3,879 at AMF Bolera Paradise Lanes in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Kent leads in All-Events heading into the final six games in the Team event on Thursday.

2015 PABCON Men

09/16/15

Host Puerto Rico's Cristian Azcona, Israel Hernandez take Doubles gold

Team USA earns silver, bronze at PABCON Men's Championships

2015PMCDoublesCristianAzconaIsraelHernandez_small.jpg Puerto Rico took the gold medal, while Team USA earned the silver and bronze medals Tuesday in the doubles event at the 2015 Pan American Bowling Confederation Men's Championships. Cristian Azcona and Israel Hernandez gave host Puerto Rico the gold medal with a six-game total of 2,739 (228.3 average) on the 39-foot Seoul pattern at AMF Bolera Paradise Lanes in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The victory gave Puerto Rico its first doubles title in the event since the 1993 American Zone Championships in Guadalajara, Mexico.

2015 PABCON Men

09/15/15

Team USA's John Janawicz takes PABCON Singles Gold in Puerto Rico

His teammate Chris Barnes takes the silver medal, while Venezuela's Reydnier Chavez captures the bronze

2015PMCSinglesPodium_small.jpgFueled by three big games, Team USA's John Janawicz (center) captured the gold medal in Singles Monday in the opening event of the 2015 PABCON Men's Championships. Janawicz had a six-game total of 1,319 (219.83 average) to take the gold medal at AMF Bolera Paradise Lanes in San Juan, Puerto Rico. His teammate Chris Barnes (l.), who bowled alongside Janawicz in Singles, took the silver medal with 1,316, while Venezuela's Reydnier Chavez (r.) captured the bronze with 1,296.

Team USA News

08/20/15

Team USA roster set for PABCON Men's Championships

PABCONLogo.jpgTeam USA will send a talented group of six bowlers to represent the United States at the 2015 Pan American Bowling Confederation Men's Championships in Puerto Rico next month. The U.S. team will be made up of Chris Barnes of Double Oak, Texas, John Janawicz of Winter Haven, Florida, Tommy Jones of Simpsonville, South Carolina, Marshall Kent of Yakima, Washington, Bill O'Neill of Langhorne, Pennsylvania, and Sean Rash of Montgomery, Illinois.

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