2014 Wroclaw



Sarit Mizrachi, Oron Cohen win 25th Israeli Bowling World Cup Qualifier

2014BWCISRQSaritMizrachiOronCohen_small.jpg Sarit Mizrachi and Oron Cohen (pictured l-r), both of bowling club Nesher, won the men's and women's division of the 25th Israeli National qualification tournament at Superbol bowling center in Rishon-Letzion and will represent their country in the 50th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup. The 2014 BWC will be held November 1-9 at Sky Bowling Center in Wroclaw, Poland. It will be the third World Cup for Mizrachi after 2000 and 2010 and the first for Cohen.



Yelena Grishinenko, Ilya Orlov win 2014 Kazakhstan Cup

Duo will represent Kazakhstan in the 50th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in Poland

2014KAZCupYelenaGrishinenko_small.jpg 2014KAZCupIlyaOrlov_small.jpg Yelena Grishinenko (l.) and youth bowler Ilya Orlov (r.) captured the women's and men's titles in the 2014 Kazakhstan Cup in Almaty. Grishinenko, 37, dominated the women's field from the beginning and finished distant 489 pins ahead of her nearest competitor to win the women's title. 16-year-old Orlov averaged over 213 for 19 games to win his first career national title. The duo will represent Kazakhstan in the 2014 Bowling World Cup.

2014 BWC


50th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup returns to Sky Bowling in Wroclaw, Poland

Sky Bowling center in Wroclaw, Poland (November 1-9, 2014)

2013QAMFLogo_small.jpgJust two years after going to Wroclaw, Poland, QubicaAMF is taking its 50th edition of the Bowling World Cup back to Sky Bowling center from November 1-9, 2014. Asian bowlers dominated the 2012 event as Syafiq Ridhwan of Malaysia and Singapore's Shayna Ng captured the men's and women's title. The official arrival days for the tournament are November 1-2 and a spectacular finale is planned to crown this very special 50th anniversary on Sunday, November 9.

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