Venezuelan women's team follows in the footprints of the men; wins team gold at CACG

    07/26/10

    Puerto Rico

    Colombia's Rocio Restrepo wins her fourth gold medal of the Games in All Events

    2010CACGVENWomen.jpgPatricia De Faria, Nardy Del Biondo, Karen Marcano, Alicia Marcano and Ingellimar Contreras (pictured left with Joan Gonzalez) followed in the footprints of the Venezuelan men's team when they captured the gold medal in the five-player team event at the Central American and Caribbean Games in Puerto Rico.

    The fivesome rolled the highest game 1184 and the highest 3-game block to lead the field of 10 countries with 6380 pinfall total and an average of 212.67 for six games.

    Mexico's Maria Cornejo, Sandra Gongora, Iliana Lomeli, Adriana Ortega, Adriana Perez and Lilia Robles were 216 pins behind in second place to earn the silver medal with 6164 (205.47).

    2010CACGRocioRestrepo2.jpgBronze went to Colombia with Paola Gomez, Clara Juliana Guerrero, Luz Adriana Leal, Rocio Restrepo and Sara Vargas, who chalked up 6070 (202.33). The Colombians closed things out with 1054 to overtake the team from the host country in the last game.

    Mariana Ayala, Michelle Ayala, Mariangie Colon, Yoselin León and Jessica Santiago landed 59 pins short off the medals in fourth place with 6011 (200.37).

    2010CACGIlianaLomeli.jpgSingles, Mixed Doubles and Trios champion Rocio Restrepo (pictured right), Colombia, finished atop the leaderboard in All Events (combined results in Singles, Doubles, Mixed Doubles, Trios and Team) to win her fourth gold medal of the Games. Restrepo felled 6473 pins, an average of 215.77 for 30 games.

    Iliana Lomeli (left), Mexico, was 25 pins behind to claim the silver medal with 6448 (214.93). Restrepo's compatriot, two-time world champion Clara Guerrero (below right), finished another 8 pins behind Lomeli to take the bronze medal with 6440 (214.67).

    2009VOClaraJulianaGuerrero2.jpgThe top 16 players from the All Events standings advanced to the Masters match play in best-of-three games bracket system. Sandra Gongora, Mexico, took the 16th and final spot to advance with 5991 or an average of 199.70. She will take on Restrepo in the opening match.

    2010CACGLogo.jpg The 21st Central American and Caribbean Games (XXI Juegos Deportivos Centroamericanos y del Caribe) will take place in the city of Mayag√ľez and in other cities of the Porta del Sol region in the west of Puerto Rico. The Bowling competition will be held at Bolera Caribe in Ponce from July 19-25, 2010.

    74 men from 14 member federations of CONCECABOL (Confederacion Centroamericana y del Caribe de Bowling - Central and Caribbean Bowling Confederation) - Bahamas (6), Bermuda (6), Colombia (6), Costa Rica (6), Dominican Republic (6), Guatemala (6), Mexico (6), Panama (6), Puerto Rico (6), Venezuela (6), El Salvador (5), Honduras (4), Netherlands Antilles (3), Virgin Islands (2) - will compete for gold, silver and bronze medals in Singles Doubles, Mixed Doubles, Trios, 5-Player Teams, All Events and Masters.

     


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    Women's All Events - Final Standings after 30 games


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    Women's Team event - Final Standings after six games


     


    Team High Games/High Series:
    1 Game - Ingellimar Contreras/Patricia De Faria/Nardy Del Biondo/Karen Marcano/Alicia Marcano, Venezuela, 1184
    3 Games - Ingellimar Contreras/Patricia De Faria/Nardy Del Biondo/Karen Marcano/Alicia Marcano, Venezuela, 3317
    6 Games - Ingellimar Contreras/Patricia De Faria/Nardy Del Biondo/Karen Marcano/Alicia Marcano, Venezuela, 6380

    Individual High Games/High Series:
    1 Game - Nardy Del Biondo, Venezuela, 279
    3 Games - Paula Vilas, Dominican Republic, 712
    6 Games - Ingellimar Contreras, Venezuela, 1361