CONCECA

Colombia

05/28/13

Colombia wins half of the gold medals at 2013 Central American and Caribbean Championships

Clara Juliana Guerrero leads Colombian women's team to five gold medals; Mexico's Alejandro Cruz and Puerto Rico's Kristie Lopez end the Championships with victory in Masters

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2013CACCAlejandroCruz_small.jpgClara Juliana Guerrero (l.) of Colombia and Mexico's Alejandro Cruz (r.) were the most decorated players at the 2013 Central American and Caribbean Championships, which concluded May 26 in Cali, Colombia. Guerrero won five out of six gold medals in the women's division, while Cruz was the lone multiple men's gold medalist with two titles. The Centroamericanos drew 133 players from 14 countries.

Guatemala

04/29/11

Andre Fors, Juliana Franco crowned Masters champions in CONCECABOL Youth Championships

2011CONCECABOLMastersAndreFors_small.jpgMexico's Andre Fors (l.) and Colombia's Juliana Franco captured the coveted gold medals in Boys and Girls Masters match play in the 2011 CONCECABOL Youth Championships in Guatemala City. Fors, who earned the No. 1 seed for the eight-player Masters finals by winning the gold medal in All Events with a 210.13 average for 24 games, defeated defending champion Fidel Marchena, Dominican Republic, two-games-to-one, to win the Boys title. Franco, seeded fifth in the girls finals, swept Puerto Rico's Neishka Cardona in the title match, 2-0.

Guatemala

04/29/11

Valiente, Restrepo end 2011 CONCECABOL Adult Championships with victory in Masters

Colombian bowlers win seven out of eleven gold medals in Guatemala

2011CONCECABOLMastersFranciscoValiente_small.jpg2010CACGRocioRestrepo2_small.jpgFrancisco Valiente (l.) of Puerto Rico and Colombia's Rocio Restrepo (r.) ended the 2011 CONCECABOL Adult Championships in Guatemala City with victory in men's and women's Masters match play. In the men's final, 2009 CONCECABOL Masters champion Valiente, seeded seventh, made quick work of No. 4 Ricardo Lecuona, Mexico, two-games-to-none, to become the first player in CONCECABOL history to successfully defend the Masters title.

CONCECABOL News

03/25/11

Guatemala's Gustavo Lopez reelected as President of CONCECABOL

2011CONCECAPresidentGustavoLopez_small.jpgGustavo Lopez, Vice President of the Federation Internationale des Quilleurs (FIQ) and President of the Guatemalan Bowling Federation, was reelected as President of the Central American and Caribbean Confederation during the CONCECABOL General Assembly held in Guatemala City on March 19, 2011. The 17 members unanimously voted for the reelection of Gustavo Lopez as President for an extra four-year term expressing their confidence in his contribution to the development of bowling in Central America.

Panama

03/22/09

Valiente, Delgado, Hernandez, Ramirez end CONCECABOL Championship with gold in Masters

Albrook Bowling in Panama City, Panama (March 14-21, 2009)

Francisco Valiente and Israel Hernandez, both Puerto Rico, Costa Rica's Viviana Delgado and Angie Ramirez, Colombia bagged the final four gold medals in the Masters competition in the CONCECABOL Adult and Youth Championship at Albrook Bowling in Panama City, Panama. A total of 65 players - 16 boys, 13 girls, 20 men and 16 women - from 10 countries, Aruba, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Puerto Rico, and the host country of Panama participated in the CONCECABOL (Central and Caribbean Bowling Confederation) Adult and Youth Championship from March 14-21, 2009 at Albrook Bowling in Panama City, Panama. Players competed for gold, silver and bronze medals in Singles, Doubles, Mixed Doubles, Mixed Foursome, All Events and Masters.


Panama

03/20/09

Costa Rica (Adult) and Puerto Rico (Youth) capture the Team titles in CONCECABOL Championship

Reyna, Guerra, Marchena, Ramirez and Colombian teams triumph in All Events

The Costa Rican men and women and the boys and girls from Puerto Rico captured the title and the first gold medals for their country in the CONCECABOL Adult and Youth Championship Thursday at Albrook Bowling in Panama City, Panama. Federico Reyna, Andres Fallas, Viviana Delgado and Marie Ramirez finished the six-game block with team games of 851 and 871 to claim the gold medal in the Adult Division with 4882 pinfall total and an average of 203.42. In the Youth division, Israel Hernandez, Anibal Marin, Yesenia Castillo and Valerie Ruiz from Puerto Rico cruised to the team title outaveraging the rest of the field by at least 10 pins. Federico Reyna, Aumi Guerra, Dominican Republic, Fidel Marchena, Dominican Republic, and Angie Ramirez, Colombia, captured the gold medals in All Events, while the Colombian adult and youth team took the titles in Country All Events.


Panama

03/19/09

Colombia sweeps gold medals in Mixed Doubles at CONCECABOL Adult and Youth Championship

Angie Ramirez wins her second gold medal of the championships

Paola Gomez/Jorge Otalora and Angie Ramirez/Daniel Melo from Colombia earned the gold medals in Mixed Doubles in the Adult and Youth divisions, respectively, Wednesday at the CONCECABOL Adult and Youth Championship in Panama.  A total of 65 players - 16 boys, 13 girls, 20 men and 16 women - from 10 countries compete for gold, silver and bronze medals in Singles, Doubles, Mixed Doubles, Mixed Team, All Events and Masters. from March 14-21, 2009.


Panama

03/18/09

Guatemala, Dominican Republic share the gold medals in Doubles at CONCECABOL Adult and Youth Championship

Singles champions Guerra and Marchena earn their second gold

The girls and men from Guatemala and the boys and women from the Dominican Republic shared the gold medals in the CONCECABOL (Central and Caribbean Bowling Confederation) Adult and Youth Championship Tuesday at Albrook Bowling in Panama City, Panama. Women's Singles champion Aumi Guerra and Boys' Singles champion Fidel Marchena, both Dominican Republic, won their second gold medal in as many events. A total of 65 players - 16 boys, 13 girls, 20 men and 16 women - from 10 countries compete for gold, silver and bronze medals in Singles, Doubles, Mixed Doubles, Mixed Team, All Events and Masters. from March 14-21, 2009.


Panama

03/17/09

CONCECABOL Adult and Youth Championship is underway in Panama

Albrook Bowling in Panama City, Panama (March 14-21, 2009)

2008BWCAumiGuerra_small.jpg2008WYCFidelMarchena_small.jpgA total of 65 players - 16 boys, 13 girls, 20 men and 16 women - from 10 countries participate in the CONCECABOL (Central and Caribbean Bowling Confederation) Adult and Youth Championship from March 14-21, 2009 in Panama City, Panama. Colombia and the Dominican Republic shared the gold medals in the first competition as Fidel Marchena (r.) and Aumi Guerra, left (DOM) won the titles in the Boys and Women Division, while Angie Ramirez and Santiago Mejia triumphed in the Girls and Men Division, respectively.


Central American and Caribbean Championship

03/09/06

2006 CONCECABOL Seniors, Super Seniors and 2nd Force

Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico - February 18-26, 2006

62 players from seven countries (Antilles, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Venezuela) participated in the 2006 CONCECABOL Central American and Caribbean Championship in Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico. The 28 women and 34 men competed in Singles, Doubles, Mixed Doubles, 4-player Teams, All Events and Masters in three divisions Senior, Super Seniors and 2nd Force.

Guatemala

02/26/05

6th Central American and Caribbean Championship

Metro Bowl in Guatemala City, Guatemala

Mexico dominated the 6th Central American and Caribbean Championships (CONCECABOL 2005) at Metro Bowl in Guatemala City, Guatemala. Team and doubles champions Marcos Baeza and Daniel Falconi won gold and silver in Singles and All Events. Adriana Perez and Sandra Gongora captured gold and silver in women's all events. Young Puerto Rican Yoselin Leon (pictured) topped Perez by three pins to win the women's Singles title.

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