Second gold medal for Korea in Women's Trios at 17th Asian Games in Incheon, Korea

    09/28/14

    2014 Asian Games

    Overnight leaders Lee Na Young, Son Yun Hee and Jung Da Wun maintain lead in second block on long oil; Singapore takes silver, the other Korean trio gets bronze; Sin Li Jane (MAS) shoots high game, high series to overtake the lead in All-Events after 18/24 games

    2014AsianGamesLeeNaYoungSonYunHeeJungDaWun2.jpg2014AsianGamesKoreanWomen.jpgOvernight leaders Lee Na Young, Son Yun Hee and Jung Da Wun (pictured left, l-r) of Korea averaged 206.78 for the second three-game block on long oil to win the second gold medal for the host country at the 17th Asian Games bowling competition in Women's Trios. Singapore took silver, while the other Korean trio got bronze.

    2014AsianGamesWomenTriosTop3.jpgThe Koreans (above right with their coach), who started the day with a 145-pin buffer behind a 2035 series (226.11 average) on the short pattern, rolled games of 602, 607 and 652 to lead the 22 trios from 13 countries with 3896 and an overall average of 216.44.

    Lee Na Young led the team with 1361. Her fellow Doubles gold medalist, Son Yun Hee added 1267 and Doubles bronze medalist Jung Da Wun was one pin behind with 1267.

    2014AsianGamesJazreelTanNewHuiFenCherieTan2.jpg2014AsianGamesJeonEunHeeLeeYeongSeungKimJinSun2.jpgSingapore's Jazreel Tan, New Hui Fen and Cherie Tan (left, l-r) improved on a sixth place on short oil as the trio posted 1897 (210.78) on the long to leap four spots to take the silver medal with 3753 (208.50).

    The other Korean trio, Jeon Eun Hee, Lee Yeong Seung and Kim Jin Sun (right, l-r) posted games of 665, 648 and 621 for 1934, the highest three-game series of the day, to jump from 10th to third place with 3692 (205.11).

    2014AsianGamesPanYuFenTsaiHsinYiChangYuHsuan.jpg 2014AsianGamesSharonLimansantosoTannyaRoumimperPuttyArmein.jpgIndonesia's Sharon Limansantoso, Tannya Roumimper and Putty Armein (left, l-r) fell eight pins short of the medals in fourth place with 3684.

    Pan Yu Fen, Tsai Hsin Yi, and Chang Yu Hsuan (right, l-r) of Chinese Taipei, who were in second place after the first block, slipped to fifth place behind a 1773 series on Sunday.

    Despite a 1380 series by Malaysia's Sin Li Jane, the highest six-game series in the women's division so far, Sin Li and her teammates Esther Cheah and Shalin Zulkifli (below left, l-r) had to settle for sixth place with 3661.

    2014AsianGamesEstherCheahShalinZulkifliSinLiJane.jpg2014AsianGamesHarukaMatsudaKanakoIshimineNatsukiTeshima.jpgHaruka Matsuda, Kanako Ishimine and Natsuki Teshima (right, l-r) of Japan, who were in third place after the first block, fell to ninth place with 3537 behind a 1665 series on the long.

    With her 732 series including a 279 game on the long pattern, the highest game and three-game series so far, Sin Li Jane took a 25-pin lead in All-Events (combined scores in Singles, Doubles, Trios and Teams) heading into the final Team event. Sin Li leads the 74 players from 14 countries after 18 of 24 games with 3901 and an average of 216.72.

    Doubles and Trios gold medalists Lee Na Young and Son Yun Hee sit in second and third place with 3876 and 3815, respectively. Places four and five belong to Singapore's Cherie Tan (3792) and Single silver medalist Jazreel Tan (3751; no relation).

    The men's trios will complete their second block starting at 1.30 and 6 p.m. The victory ceremonies are scheduled for 9.15 (women) and 9.30 p.m. (men).

    Photos courtesy of Asian Bowling Federation (ABF).

    2014AsianGamesLogo.jpg The Asian Games, a.k.a. Asiad, is a Pancontinental multi-sport event held every four years among athletes from all over Asia. The XVII Asian Games run from September 19th to October 4th in Incheon, South Korea, featuring more than 9000 athletes from 25 countries, who will compete for medals in 36 sports.

    Bowling made its debut in 1978 (Bangkok, Thailand) and returned in 1986 (Seoul, Korea) and was part of the Games in each event since 1994 (Hiroshima, Japan). The Bowling competition of the Incheon Asian Games will be contested Sept. 23 - Oct. 2 at Anyang Hogye Gymnasium bowling center.

    176 players, 102 men and 74 women, from 19 countries - China, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong, China, Indonesia, Japan, Kuwait, Macau, China, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Yemen and the host country Korea - bowl for gold, silver and bronze medals in Singles, Doubles, Trios, five-player Teams, All-Events and Masters.

    The competition will be contested on a 36-feet short and a 46-feet long lane conditioning pattern. See also the Kegel Lane Map Report.

    The winners in Singles (long oil), Doubles (short oil), Trios (short/long) and Teams (long/short) will be determined by the highest six-game total. The player with the highest 24 game total of the four disciplines will become the All-Events champion.

    The top 16 women and top 16 men in All-Events, but maximum two per national Olympic Committee, advance to the Masters finals Oct. 1 & 2. Those 16 bowl two eight-game blocks of Round Robin match play - first block on short, second block on long oil - to determine the top 3 players for the stepladder finals, which will conclude the Asian Games bowling competition.

     


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