December 2011

2011 BWC

12/06/11

Guerra, Asbaty, Andersson to bowl for women's World Cup title in South Africa

United States secure Bent Petersen Award for the top country

2011BWCAumiGuerra_small.jpg2011BWCDiandraAsbaty3_small.jpgAumi Guerra (l.), Dominican Republic, is one game away from winning her second consecutive Bowling World Cup title. The defending women's champion averaged 231.25 and compiled a 3-4-1 won-loss-tie record Tuesday to easily earn the No. 1 seed for tomorrow's stepladder finals in Johannesburg, South Africa. In the semifinal match starting at 10 a.m. local time, second place Diandra Asbaty , and third place Sandra Andersson, Sweden, will square off.

2011 BWC

12/06/11

Guerra, Asbaty, Andersson to bowl for women's World Cup title in South Africa

United States secure Bent Petersen Award for the top country

2011BWCAumiGuerra_small.jpg2011BWCDiandraAsbaty3_small.jpgAumi Guerra (l.), Dominican Republic, is one game away from winning her second consecutive Bowling World Cup title. The defending women's champion averaged 231.25 and compiled a 3-4-1 won-loss-tie record Tuesday to easily earn the No. 1 seed for tomorrow's stepladder finals in Johannesburg, South Africa. In the semifinal match starting at 10 a.m. local time, second place Diandra Asbaty , and third place Sandra Andersson, Sweden, will square off.

2011 BWC

12/06/11

Jones, Belmonte, Kalika to bowl for men's World Cup title in South Africa

Jones averages 261 in Round Robin to earn top seed for Wednesday's stepladder finals

201112PBATommyJones_small.jpg201112PBAJasonBelmonte_small.jpg

Tommy Jones (l.), United States, averaged 261 for eight games round robin to earn the No. 1 seed for the men's stepladder finals in the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup. Jason Belmonte (r.), Australia and Mykhaylo Kalika, Ukraine, will clash in the opening match Wednesday at Northcliff Bowling Center in Johannesburg, South Africa. Jonas and his team mate Diandra Asbaty have already secured the Bent Petersen Award for the top country.

2011 BWC

12/06/11

Jones, Belmonte, Kalika to bowl for men's World Cup title in South Africa

Jones averages 261 in Round Robin to earn top seed for Wednesday's stepladder finals

201112PBATommyJones_small.jpg201112PBAJasonBelmonte_small.jpg

Tommy Jones (l.), United States, averaged 261 for eight games round robin to earn the No. 1 seed for the men's stepladder finals in the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup. Jason Belmonte (r.), Australia and Mykhaylo Kalika, Ukraine, will clash in the opening match Wednesday at Northcliff Bowling Center in Johannesburg, South Africa. Jonas and his team mate Diandra Asbaty have already secured the Bent Petersen Award for the top country.

2011 BWC

12/06/11

Jones, Belmonte, Kalika to bowl for men's World Cup title in South Africa

Jones averages 261 in Round Robin to earn top seed for Wednesday's stepladder finals

201112PBATommyJones_small.jpg201112PBAJasonBelmonte_small.jpg

Tommy Jones (l.), United States, averaged 261 for eight games round robin to earn the No. 1 seed for the men's stepladder finals in the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup. Jason Belmonte (r.), Australia and Mykhaylo Kalika, Ukraine, will clash in the opening match Wednesday at Northcliff Bowling Center in Johannesburg, South Africa. Jonas and his team mate Diandra Asbaty have already secured the Bent Petersen Award for the top country.

2011 BWC

12/06/11

No changes atop the men's leaderboard in Round of 24 at Bowling World Cup

Top 8 qualifiers advance to Round of 8; Rivera, Belmonte achieve perfection

2011BWCTommyJones3_small.jpg2011BWCJasonBelmonte_small.jpgThe top eight qualifiers survived the second cut in the men's division of the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup Monday afternoon in Johannesburg, South Africa. Team USA's Tommy Jones (l.) averaged 229.50 for the eight-game block to maintain a 37 pin lead over fellow PBA champion Jason Belmonte (r.) of Australia. Jones led the top eight players into the Round of 8 with 6739 total and an average of 240.68 for 28 games.

2011 BWC

12/06/11

No changes atop the men's leaderboard in Round of 24 at Bowling World Cup

Top 8 qualifiers advance to Round of 8; Rivera, Belmonte achieve perfection

2011BWCTommyJones3_small.jpg2011BWCJasonBelmonte_small.jpgThe top eight qualifiers survived the second cut in the men's division of the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup Monday afternoon in Johannesburg, South Africa. Team USA's Tommy Jones (l.) averaged 229.50 for the eight-game block to maintain a 37 pin lead over fellow PBA champion Jason Belmonte (r.) of Australia. Jones led the top eight players into the Round of 8 with 6739 total and an average of 240.68 for 28 games.

2011 BWC

12/06/11

No changes atop the men's leaderboard in Round of 24 at Bowling World Cup

Top 8 qualifiers advance to Round of 8; Rivera, Belmonte achieve perfection

2011BWCTommyJones3_small.jpg2011BWCJasonBelmonte_small.jpgThe top eight qualifiers survived the second cut in the men's division of the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup Monday afternoon in Johannesburg, South Africa. Team USA's Tommy Jones (l.) averaged 229.50 for the eight-game block to maintain a 37 pin lead over fellow PBA champion Jason Belmonte (r.) of Australia. Jones led the top eight players into the Round of 8 with 6739 total and an average of 240.68 for 28 games.

2011 BWC

12/06/11

Aumi Guerra targets second consecutive women's Bowling World Cup title

Defending champions is 549 pins ahead of fourth place with only eight games to go

2011BWCAumiGuerra4_small.jpgDefending women's champion Aumi Guerra, will get a chance to become just second woman in the Bowling World Cup history to win back-to-back titles as the Dominican Republic representative has practically secured berth into the stepladder finals though the top 8 women still have to bowl another eight games before the cut to the top 3. Guerra averaged 235.63 over eight games in the Round of 24 to easily maintain her lead with 6748 pinfall total and an average of 241 for 28 games.

2011 BWC

12/06/11

Aumi Guerra targets second consecutive women's Bowling World Cup title

Defending champions is 549 pins ahead of fourth place with only eight games to go

2011BWCAumiGuerra4_small.jpgDefending women's champion Aumi Guerra, will get a chance to become just second woman in the Bowling World Cup history to win back-to-back titles as the Dominican Republic representative has practically secured berth into the stepladder finals though the top 8 women still have to bowl another eight games before the cut to the top 3. Guerra averaged 235.63 over eight games in the Round of 24 to easily maintain her lead with 6748 pinfall total and an average of 241 for 28 games.

2011 BWC

12/06/11

Aumi Guerra targets second consecutive women's Bowling World Cup title

Defending champions is 549 pins ahead of fourth place with only eight games to go

2011BWCAumiGuerra4_small.jpgDefending women's champion Aumi Guerra, will get a chance to become just second woman in the Bowling World Cup history to win back-to-back titles as the Dominican Republic representative has practically secured berth into the stepladder finals though the top 8 women still have to bowl another eight games before the cut to the top 3. Guerra averaged 235.63 over eight games in the Round of 24 to easily maintain her lead with 6748 pinfall total and an average of 241 for 28 games.

2011 BWC

12/05/11

Video No. 3 - Men's HD Slow Motion Studies at 47th Bowling World Cup

2011BWCMenSlomo1.jpg High definition slow-motion studies of strike balls filmed during the men's qualifying of the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup at Northcliff Bowling Center in Johannesburg, South Africa, featuring PBA star Jason Belmonte, Australia; two-time World Cup champion Michael Schmidt, Canada; world champion Biboy Rivera, Philippines, as well as players from Germany, Latvia, Netherlands, Romania, Russia, Spain and Switzerland.

2011 BWC

12/05/11

Video No. 3 - Men's HD Slow Motion Studies at 47th Bowling World Cup

2011BWCMenSlomo1.jpg High definition slow-motion studies of strike balls filmed during the men's qualifying of the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup at Northcliff Bowling Center in Johannesburg, South Africa, featuring PBA star Jason Belmonte, Australia; two-time World Cup champion Michael Schmidt, Canada; world champion Biboy Rivera, Philippines, as well as players from Germany, Latvia, Netherlands, Romania, Russia, Spain and Switzerland.

2011 BWC

12/05/11

Video No. 3 - Men's HD Slow Motion Studies at 47th Bowling World Cup

2011BWCMenSlomo1.jpg High definition slow-motion studies of strike balls filmed during the men's qualifying of the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup at Northcliff Bowling Center in Johannesburg, South Africa, featuring PBA star Jason Belmonte, Australia; two-time World Cup champion Michael Schmidt, Canada; world champion Biboy Rivera, Philippines, as well as players from Germany, Latvia, Netherlands, Romania, Russia, Spain and Switzerland.

2011 BWC

12/05/11

Aumi Guerra holds huge 335-pin lead in Women's World Cup heading into Round of 24

Defending champion averages 243.15 for twenty games; cut for 24th place is 3976 (198.80 average)

2011BWCAumiGuerra_small.jpg2011BWCKatrienGoossens_small.jpgAumi Guerra (l.) of the Dominican Republic dominated the women's qualifying of the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup which concluded its four-day run Sunday evening at Northcliff Bowling Center in Johannesburg, South Africa. The defending champion led the 69-player field by 335 pins with 4863 total and an average of 243.15 for twenty games. Katrien Goossens (r.), Belgium, took the 24th and last place to advance with 3976 total and an average of 198.