Sweden's Martin Larsen takes over lead in World Bowling Tour Men's Ranking

    03/22/16

    2016 WBT Men's Point Ranking

    Bahrain's Yousif Falah sits atop the qualifying standings for the 2016 WBT Finals after the conclusion of the Brunswick Euro Challenge

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    2016WorldBowlingLogo.jpg The 2016 World Bowling Tour currently features nine tournaments, including six in the Middle East, and one each in Germany, Thailand and the United States.

    The U.S. event, planned for December during the PBA World Series of Bowling VIII in Reno, Nev., will be the lone WBT "major" event so far.

    WBTLogo.jpg Players earn ranking points based on how they finish in each event. "Majors" award double points. The current points system is based on a continuous two-year cycle.

    Based on the scores from the 2016 events, the top three men and top three women in the points list will compete in the season-ending World Bowling Tour Finals (date and venue tba).

    For more information on the World Bowling Tour, visit WorldBowling.org.
    2016 Men's Ranking - Full Standings by World Bowling (MS Excel sheet)
    2016 WBT Women's Ranking
    2016 World Bowling Tour - Schedule, Champions, Men's and Women's Ranking Winners

     


    Qualifiying Standings for 2016 WBT Finals - Top 25 Men


    Players with position, country and points from the 2016 WBT events

    1. Yousif Falah, Bahrain, 85
    2. Marshall Kent, USA, 80
    3. Tommy Jones, USA, 78
    4. Martin Larsen, Sweden, 77
    5. Osku Palermaa, Finland, 67
    6. Stuart Williams, England, 50
    (tie) Jesper Svensson, Sweden, 50
    (tie) Ahmed Al Awadhi, Bahrain, 50
    9. Robert Andersson, Sweden, 48
    10. Anthony Simonsen, USA, 47
    11. Thomas Larsen, Denmark, 37
    12. Cameron Weier, USA, 36
    13. Jesper Larsen, Sweden, 35
    14. Mika Koivuniemi, Finland, 30
    (tie) Paul Moor, England, 30
    (tie) Michael Mak, Hong Kong, 30
    17. Jassim Al-Muraikhi, Qatar, 27
    18. Adam J Johnson, USA, 26
    (tie) Wu Siu Hong, Hong Kong, 26
    20. Patrick Allen, USA, 25
    21. Rickle Kam, Hong Kong, 23
    (tie) Mattias Olsson, Sweden, 23
    23. Parker Bohn III, USA, 22
    24. Nayef Oqab, UAE, 21
    (tie) Andrew Cain, USA, 21
    (tie) Mustafa Al Mousawi, Kuwait, 21
    (tie) Osama A Rahman, Bahrain, 21

     


    WBT Men's Point Ranking after Brunswick Euro Challenge


    Players with country, ranking points earned in the calendar year 2014, 2015 and 2016, ranking point total and number of top 50 finishes