2006 Colombia

Colombia

08/01/06

Daniel Falconi ends 20th Central American and Caribbean Sports Games with victory in Men's Masters

Tito's Bolo Club in Barranquilla, Colombia (July 22-29, 2006)

2006CACSGMenMastersIldemaroRuiz_small.jpg 2006CACSGMenMastersDanielFalconi_small.jpg Daniel Falconi (left) from Mexico added another trophy to his impressive collection when he defeated Ildemaro Ruiz (right), Venezuela, 645-546, to end the 20th Central American and Caribbean Sports Games at Tito's Bolo Club in Barranquilla, Colombia, with victory in the Men's Masters finals.

Colombia

08/01/06

Karen Lugo caps off 20th Central American and Caribbean Sports Games with victory in Women's Masters

Tito's Bolo Club in Barranquilla, Colombia (July 22-29, 2006)

2006CACSGWomenMastersAliciaMarcano_small.jpg 2006CACSGWomenMastersKarenLugo_small.jpg In an all-Venezuelan affair, Karen Lugo (left) flew past Alicia Marcano (right), 677-555 over three games total pinfall, to cap off the 20th Central American and Caribbean Sports Games in Barranquilla, Colombia, with victory in Women's Masters and to claim her third gold medal.

Colombia

07/31/06

Alejandro Cruz tops Men's All Events to earn top seed for Masters finals

Tito's Bolo Club in Barranquilla, Colombia (July 22-29, 2006)

2006CACSGMenAllEventsAlejandroCruz_small.jpg Mexican Alejandro Cruz used a 1311 six-game series in the Men's Team event to finish atop the leaderboard in All Events (without medals) at the 20th Central American and Caribbean Sports Games in Barranquilla, Colombia. Cruz led the 72-player field with 503724-game total and an average of 209,88 to earn the top seed for the Masters finals. Cruz will take on Bruno Diaz, Puerto Rico, who took the final spot with 4829 (201,21).

Colombia

07/31/06

Karen Marcano leads top 16 women into Masters finals

Tito's Bolo Club in Barranquilla, Colombia (July 22-29, 2006)

2006CACSGWomenAllEventsKarenMarcano_small.jpg Karen Marcano from Venezuela led the 60-player field in All Events (without medals) to take the No. 1 seed for the Women's Masters finals in the 20th Central American and Caribbean Sports Games in Barranquilla, Colombia. Marcano averaged 202,83 for 24 games. The Masters features the top 16 players in All Events (Doubles, Mixed Doubles, Trios and Team) competing in single-elimination match play.

Colombia

07/30/06

Strong finish powers Mexico to victory in Team event at CACS Games

Tito's Bolo Club in Barranquilla, Colombia (July 22-29, 2006)

2006CACSGMensTeamMexico_small.jpg Mexicans Marcos Baeza, Benjamin Corona, Alejandro Cruz, Daniel Falconi and Marco Martinez finished the five-player team event in the 20th Central American and Caribbean Sports Games by blasting off 1123 pins en route to secure the gold medal with 6340 six-game total and an average of 211,33. Colombia finished second with Puertoc Rico third.

Colombia

07/30/06

Puerto Rico wins gold in Women's Team event in Colombia

Tito's Bolo Club in Barranquilla, Colombia (July 22-29, 2006)

2006CACSGWomensTeamPRC2_small.jpg Mariana Ayala, Miriam Ayala, Yoselin Leon, Sasha Luciano, Miriam Perez and Jessica Santiago of Puerto Rico rolled five 1000-plus games en route to capture the gold medal in the Women's Five-Player Team event at the 20th Central American and Caribbean Sports Games in Barranquilla, Colombia. Colombia took the silver medal and Venezuela earned the bronze.

Colombia

07/29/06

Venezuela wins gold medal in Women's Trios Central American and Caribbean Sports Games

Tito's Bolo Club in Barranquilla, Colombia (July 22-29, 2006)

2006CACSGWomensTriosVEN_small.jpg Karen Lugo and the Marcano sisters, Alicia and Karen (l-r), won the second gold medal for Venezuela in the Central American and Caribbean Sports Games when they averaged 204,22 en route to win the Women's Trios event. The Dominican Republic and Panama earned the silver and bronze medal, respectively.


Colombia

07/28/06

Second gold medal for Puerto Rico in Men's Trios at 20th Central American and Caribbean Sports Games

Tito's Bolo Club in Barranquilla, Colombia (July 22-29, 2006)

2006CACSGMensTrios_small.jpg (l-r) Luis Rodriguez, Frankie Colón and Gabriel Sánchez of Puerto Rico averaged 211,67 for six games en route to cruise to victory in the Men's Trios event at 20th Central American and Caribbean Sports Games in Barranquilla, Colombia. Mexico beat out Colombia by one pin to earn the silver medal.


Colombia

07/27/06

Consistency the key for Puerto Ricans Diaz and Colon to win Men's Doubles

20th Central American and Caribbean Sports Games

2006CACSGBrunoDiazFranciscoColon_small.jpg Bruno Diaz and Francisco Colon of Puerto Rico were rewarded for their consistency with the gold medal in the Men's Doubles event in the 20th Central American and Caribbean Sports Games at Tito's Bolo Club in Barranquilla, Colombia. Ildemaro Ruiz and Eddy Fuentes of Venezuela settled for the silver medal, while Mexicans Daniel Falconi and Alejandro Cruz secured the bronze.

Colombia

07/26/06

Mexican Gongora and Perez win Women's Doubles by a whisker

20th Central American and Caribbean Sports Games

2006CACSGSandraGongoraAdrianaPerez_small.jpg Sandra Gongora and Adriana Perez (l-r) won the first gold medal for Mexico in the 20th Central American and Caribbean Sports Games in Barranquilla, Colombia, when they captured the title in the Women's Doubles event at Tito's Bolo Club. Karen Lugo and Mariela Alarza of Venezuela were second and Clara Juliana Guerrero and Sara Vargas from Colombia, landed in third place.

Colombia

07/25/06

Venezuela's Lugo/Fuentes start Central American and Caribbean Sports Games with gold in Mixed Doubles

Tito's Bolo Club in Barranquilla, Colombia (July 22-29, 2006)

2006CACSGEddyFuentesKarenLugo_small.jpg Venezuela's Karen Lugo Diaz and Eddy Fuentes stormed to the gold medal in Mixed Doubles at the 20th Central American and Caribbean Sports Games averaging 220,58 for six games. Sasha Luciano and Luis Rodriguez of Puerto Rico took the silver medal. Third place belonged to Mexicans Sandra Gongora and Alejandro Cruz.

Colombia

07/24/06

XX Juegos Deportivos Centroamericanos y del Caribe

Bowling Cartagena, Barranquilla, Colombia (July 22-29, 2006)

The 20th Central American and Caribbean Sports Games (XX Juegos Deportivos Centroamericanos y del Caribe) will take place at Tito's Bolo Club in Barranquilla, Colombia, from July 22-29, 2006. 14 countries will compete for gold, silver and bronze medals in Men's and Women's Doubles, Trios, 5-Player Teams and Masters as well as in Mixed Doubles.

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