Jaris Goh continues to lead men's World Cup qualifying after 16 games

    11/16/15

    2015 BWC

    Singaporean widens his lead to 60 pins over Round 2 leader Alexei Parshukov of Russia

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    The four World Cup champions present at the 51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup but not competing: L-R Jeanette Baker, Australia (1982, 83); Amanda Bradley, Australia (1999 Sam's Town, Las Vegas), Bong Coo Garcia, Philippines (1979) and Peter Ljung, Sweden (1986). Photo: Hero Noda/QubicaAMF.

    2015BWCJarisGoh5.jpg2015BWCKamronDoyle.jpgFirst round leader Jaris Goh (pictured left) of Singapore averaged 218.25 in the second qualifying block Monday afternoon at Sam's Town bowling center in Las Vegas to widen his lead in the 51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup.

    Goh, who had 1855 in the first block (231.88 average), added 1746 today, including high games of 266 and 274, to lead the field of 86 men from as many countries with 3601 total and an overall average of 225.06.

    Trailing Goh by 60 pins to sit in second place was 17-year-old Kamron Doyle (right) of the United States, who leaped two spots behind a 1755 series with 3541 total. The right-hander had high games of 269 and 258.

    2015BWCAlexeyParshukov.jpg2015BWCIldemaroRuiz2.jpgRussia's Alexei Parshukov (left) started the day in 10th place and moved up seven spots into third place after averaging 226.75 for the day for 3539 total. Parshukov had the field-best 1814 series, including games of 236, 206, 247, 239, 227, 249, 189 and 221.

    PBA touring pro Ildemaro Ruiz Jr. (right) of Venezuela slipped one spot to fourth place with 3508 total after posting a 1710 series.

    Ireland's Paul Stott Jr. maintained his fifth place with 3503 after finishing with 244, 235 and 244 for 1732.

    2015BWCBjornEinarRudshagen.jpg2015BWCWuSiuHong.jpgBjørn Einar Rudshagen (left) of Norway rolled the fourth-highest 1779 series of the day, an average of 222.38, to leap from 11th to sixth place with 3500.

    David Maycock of Bermuda added 1747 to his 1746 pinfall from Sunday to remain in seventh place with 3493.

    Wu Siu Hong (right) of Hong Kong jumped from 13th to eighth place behind the second-highest 1809 series (226.13) and 3482 total. The top 8 will advance to round robin match play after 32 games (second cut).

    2015BWCMarkusJansson2.jpg2015BWCShakerAlHassan.jpgMarkus Jansson (left), the son of legendary Swedish bowler Raymond Jansson, fired the third-highest 1790 series, an average of 223.75, to rocket from 32nd to 11th place with 3382.

    With 16 out of 24 qualifying games in the books, Shaker Al Hassan (right) of the United Arab Emirates holds the 24th and last spot to advance with 3269 and an average of 204.31.

    Qualifying concludes on Tuesday, Nov. 17, with the third and last eight-game block before the cut to the top 24 men and 24 women. The men will start their last block at 8 a.m. Pacific Standard Time (PST) with the women to follow at 1.30 p.m.

    2015BWCLogo.jpg All competitors at the 2015 QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup will bowl 24 qualifying games over three days, Sunday thru Tuesday, before the field is cut to the top 24 for eight additional games on Wednesday morning.

    The 32-game pinfall totals will determine the 8 players for the round-robin match-play portion on Thursday morning, after which the top three will advance to the stepladder finals based on their 40-game totals scheduled for 12.30 p.m.

    BowlingdigitalBanner.gif Bowlingdigital.com will provide onsite coverage of the 51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup from Las Vegas including reports, photos and results after each round.

    Onsite coverage will commence on Saturday, November 14th with the opening ceremony and concludes on Thursday 19th with the stepladder finals.

    The United States Bowling Congress will provide live streaming on BowlTV.

    2014BowlTVLogo_small.jpg BowlTV Live Schedule:
    (All times Eastern; subject to change)
    Nov. 15, 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM - Qualifying Round 1
    Nov. 16, 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM - Qualifying Round 2
    Nov. 17, 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM - Qualifying Round 3
    Nov. 18, 12:00 PM - 2:30 PM - Round of 24
    Nov. 19, 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM - Round of 8
    Nov. 19, 3:30 PM - 7:30 PM - Stepladder Finals

     


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    51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup - Men after 2/3 Rounds of Qualifying



    BWC Tie Rules:
    In the event of a tie of total pinfall during games 1 through to 32, the player with the highest last game will take the higher position.

    In the event of a tie for 24th place in Qualifying, 8th place in the Round of 24, and third place in match play, the following WTBA rule applies:

    (a) One-game roll-off or, if this resultss in a further tie then:

    (b) 9th and 10th frame roll-off.

    In the event of during the round robin match play, the win bonus will be divided equally.

    In the event of a tie during the semi-final and final knockout matches, a two-frame roll-off consisting of a 9th and 10th frame will be held to determine the winner.

     


    51st QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup - Men Round 2 Qualifying