Korean boys, Canadian girls lead in Team event as B Squad has finished qualifying

    08/13/14

    2014 WYC Hong Kong

    Squad A featuring the top 14 girls and the top 22 boys teams will conclude qualifying Wednesday afternoon

    The 196 boys and the 96 girls from 46 countries were split into two squads to bowl three games on the 45 feet 'long' Mexico City lane conditioning pattern on Tuesday and another three games on the 35 feet 'short' Beijing pattern on Wednesday. The semifinals and finals will follow on Wednesday evening.

    The top 4 girls' and boys' teams will advance to the playoffs on Wednesday starting at 5 p.m. Hong Kong time. No. 1 bowls No. 4 and No. 2 takes on No. 3 in the semifinals. The winners of the one-game matches bowl for gold and silver. The losers share the bronze medal.

    The Team event will also decide the medalists in girls' and boys' All-Events and the top 24 in each division, who will advance to the Masters competition which will conclude the 13th CGSE World Youth Championships on Thursday and Friday.

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    13th WYC Hong Kong - Medal Tally after 2 of 5 Disciplines

     

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    13th CGSE World Youth Championships - Girls Team event after six games (Squad B only)


    Countries/players with position and 6-game total. Top 4 teams will advance to the playoffs.

     

     

    13th CGSE World Youth Championships - Boys Team event after six games (Squad B only)


    Countries/players with position and 6-game total. Top 4 teams will advance to the playoffs.

     

     

    13th CGSE World Youth Championships - Girls All-Events after 18 games (Squad 1 only)


    Players with position, country and pinfall total. Top 24 after 18 games (six games each in Singles, Doubles and Team) will advance to the Masters finals.

     

     

    13th CGSE World Youth Championships - Boys All-Events after 18 games (Squad 1 only)


    Players with position, country and pinfall total. Top 24 after 18 games (six games each in Singles, Doubles and Team) will advance to the Masters finals.