December 2011

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.

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.

2011 BWC

12/05/11

Tommy Jones wins men's qualifying at 47th Bowling World Cup in South Africa

Leads top 24 qualifiers into next round; cut for 24th place is 4272 (213.60 average)

2011BWCTommyJones2_small.jpg2011BWCThomasGross2_small.jpgTommy Jones (l.), United States, averaged 240.4 on the last qualifying day in the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup en route to lead the top qualifiers into the Round of 24 Monday at Northcliff Bowling Center in Johannesburg, South Africa. The 13-time PBA champion used a 1202 five-game series to overtake the lead with 4903 total and an average of 245.15 for 20 games. Thomas Gross (r.), Austria, took the 24th and last place to advance with 4272 (213.60).

2011 BWC

12/05/11

Tommy Jones wins men's qualifying at 47th Bowling World Cup in South Africa

Leads top 24 qualifiers into next round; cut for 24th place is 4272 (213.60 average)

2011BWCTommyJones2_small.jpg2011BWCThomasGross2_small.jpgTommy Jones (l.), United States, averaged 240.4 on the last qualifying day in the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup en route to lead the top qualifiers into the Round of 24 Monday at Northcliff Bowling Center in Johannesburg, South Africa. The 13-time PBA champion used a 1202 five-game series to overtake the lead with 4903 total and an average of 245.15 for 20 games. Thomas Gross (r.), Austria, took the 24th and last place to advance with 4272 (213.60).

2011 BWC

12/05/11

Tommy Jones wins men's qualifying at 47th Bowling World Cup in South Africa

Leads top 24 qualifiers into next round; cut for 24th place is 4272 (213.60 average)

2011BWCTommyJones2_small.jpg2011BWCThomasGross2_small.jpgTommy Jones (l.), United States, averaged 240.4 on the last qualifying day in the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup en route to lead the top qualifiers into the Round of 24 Monday at Northcliff Bowling Center in Johannesburg, South Africa. The 13-time PBA champion used a 1202 five-game series to overtake the lead with 4903 total and an average of 245.15 for 20 games. Thomas Gross (r.), Austria, took the 24th and last place to advance with 4272 (213.60).

2011 BWC

12/04/11

Jason Belmonte continues to lead in Men's World Cup with 250-plus average after three blocks

Lucas Legnani shoots third perfecto of the tournament; cut for 24th place is 3237 (215.80 average)

2011BWCJasonBelmonte_small.jpg2011BWCLucasLengani_small.jpgJason Belmonte (l.) rolled one of eight 1200-plus series (a 240 average) on the third day of qualifying in the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup Saturday at Northcliff Bowling Center in Johannesburg, South Africa and continued to lead the 81-player men's division with 3755 total and an average of 250.33 for 15 games. Lucas Legnani (r.) of Argentina started his third block with a bang by rolling the third 300 game of the tournament.

2011 BWC

12/04/11

Jason Belmonte continues to lead in Men's World Cup with 250-plus average after three blocks

Lucas Legnani shoots third perfecto of the tournament; cut for 24th place is 3237 (215.80 average)

2011BWCJasonBelmonte_small.jpg2011BWCLucasLengani_small.jpgJason Belmonte (l.) rolled one of eight 1200-plus series (a 240 average) on the third day of qualifying in the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup Saturday at Northcliff Bowling Center in Johannesburg, South Africa and continued to lead the 81-player men's division with 3755 total and an average of 250.33 for 15 games. Lucas Legnani (r.) of Argentina started his third block with a bang by rolling the third 300 game of the tournament.

2011 BWC

12/04/11

Jason Belmonte continues to lead in Men's World Cup with 250-plus average after three blocks

Lucas Legnani shoots third perfecto of the tournament; cut for 24th place is 3237 (215.80 average)

2011BWCJasonBelmonte_small.jpg2011BWCLucasLengani_small.jpgJason Belmonte (l.) rolled one of eight 1200-plus series (a 240 average) on the third day of qualifying in the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup Saturday at Northcliff Bowling Center in Johannesburg, South Africa and continued to lead the 81-player men's division with 3755 total and an average of 250.33 for 15 games. Lucas Legnani (r.) of Argentina started his third block with a bang by rolling the third 300 game of the tournament.

2011 BWC

12/04/11

Scores are going through the roof in South Africa; Aumi Guerra averages over 260 in Block 3

Defending women's champion widens her lead to 299 pins; cut for 24th place is 2997 (199.80)

2011BWCAumiGuerra3_small.jpgThe scores in the women's division of the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup went through the roof on the third day of qualifying at Northcliff Bowling Center in Johannesburg, South Africa. Leading the 69-player field by 127 pins and an average of 241.7 after ten games, defending champion Aumi Guerra (pictured) of the Dominican Republic averaged over 260 in the third five-game block to widen her lead to an enormous 299 pins with five more qualifying games to go. Guerra had games of 278, 234, 267, 246 and 279.

2011 BWC

12/04/11

Scores are going through the roof in South Africa; Aumi Guerra averages over 260 in Block 3

Defending women's champion widens her lead to 299 pins; cut for 24th place is 2997 (199.80)

2011BWCAumiGuerra3_small.jpgThe scores in the women's division of the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup went through the roof on the third day of qualifying at Northcliff Bowling Center in Johannesburg, South Africa. Leading the 69-player field by 127 pins and an average of 241.7 after ten games, defending champion Aumi Guerra (pictured) of the Dominican Republic averaged over 260 in the third five-game block to widen her lead to an enormous 299 pins with five more qualifying games to go. Guerra had games of 278, 234, 267, 246 and 279.

2011 BWC

12/04/11

Scores are going through the roof in South Africa; Aumi Guerra averages over 260 in Block 3

Defending women's champion widens her lead to 299 pins; cut for 24th place is 2997 (199.80)

2011BWCAumiGuerra3_small.jpgThe scores in the women's division of the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup went through the roof on the third day of qualifying at Northcliff Bowling Center in Johannesburg, South Africa. Leading the 69-player field by 127 pins and an average of 241.7 after ten games, defending champion Aumi Guerra (pictured) of the Dominican Republic averaged over 260 in the third five-game block to widen her lead to an enormous 299 pins with five more qualifying games to go. Guerra had games of 278, 234, 267, 246 and 279.

2011 BWC

12/03/11

Video No. 2 - Impressions from the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup

2011BWCImpressions.jpg
The 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup got underway on Wednesday morning, Nov. 30, 2011 with the men's and women's official practice at Northcliff Bowling Center in Johannesburg, South Africa. This is the second time after 1993 that South Africa hosts the BWC. Northcliff Bowling Center, which belongs to the chain of Let's Go Bowling South Africa, is 24-laner with QubicaAMF equipment.

2011 BWC

12/03/11

Video No. 2 - Impressions from the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup

2011BWCImpressions.jpg
The 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup got underway on Wednesday morning, Nov. 30, 2011 with the men's and women's official practice at Northcliff Bowling Center in Johannesburg, South Africa. This is the second time after 1993 that South Africa hosts the BWC. Northcliff Bowling Center, which belongs to the chain of Let's Go Bowling South Africa, is 24-laner with QubicaAMF equipment.

2011 BWC

12/03/11

Video No. 2 - Impressions from the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup

2011BWCImpressions.jpg
The 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup got underway on Wednesday morning, Nov. 30, 2011 with the men's and women's official practice at Northcliff Bowling Center in Johannesburg, South Africa. This is the second time after 1993 that South Africa hosts the BWC. Northcliff Bowling Center, which belongs to the chain of Let's Go Bowling South Africa, is 24-laner with QubicaAMF equipment.

2011 BWC

12/03/11

Aumi Guerra paces women's division as World Cup qualifying reaches halfway mark

Defending champion averages over 241 for ten games; cut for 24th place is currently 1990 (199 average)

2011BWCAumiGuerra2_small.jpgDefending champion Aumi Guerra (pictured), Dominican Republic, added an huge 1272 five-game series to the 1145 of the first block to overtake the lead in the women's preliminaries as qualifying has reached the halfway mark at the 47th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in South Africa. Guerra rolled games of 244, 280, 279, 190 and another 279 Friday at Northcliff Bowling Center in Johannesburg to pace the field of 69 women with 2417 ten-game total (241.7 average).