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2011 EYC


Arnar David Jonsson (ICE), Autum Chamberlain (ENG) claim Boys and Girls Masters titles

End 24th European Youth Championships at Dream-Bowl Palace in Unterföhring, Germany

2011EYCArnarDavidJonsson_small.jpg2011EYCAutumChamberlain_small.jpgArnar David Jonsson (l.) of Iceland and England's Autum Chamberlain (r.) ended the 24th European Youth Championships with victory in Boys and Girls Masters match play . In the boys title match iJonsson, seeded 18th, swept No. 7 Robin Menacher, Germany, 2-0. On the girls side, No. 8 Chamberlain flew past No. 6 Andrea Hansen, Norway, 2-0. A total of 12 countries shared the medals at the 24th EYC.

2011 EYC


Ukrainian Daria Kovalova wins gold in Singles and All Events at European Youth Championships

Steven Wiersema wins Boys Singles; runner-up Joshua Schuurman becomes All Events champion

2011EYCDariaKovalova_small.jpg2011EYCSchuurmanWiersema_small.jpgOn the penultimate day of competition the medals in Singles and All Events were decided in the 24th European Youth Championships. Daria Kovalova (l.), Ukraine, and Steven Wiersema (r.), Germany, captured the Singles titles. Kovalova also triumphed in Girls All Events  while Singles runner-up Joshua Schuurman (l.), Netherlands, earned the men's title.

2011 EYC


Finnish girls, Swedish boys claim gold in EYC Team events

Polina Kosiakova, Daniel Vezis hold on to the lead in girls and boys All Events

2011EYCGirlsFIN2_small.jpg2011EYCSWE_small.jpgThe Finnish girls and the Swedish boys remained undefeated in the Team finals of the 24th European Youth Championships Thursday at Dream-Bowl Palace in Unterföhring, Germany en route to claim the first gold medal for their country. The Finns defeated England, 849-730, to cature the girls title. In the boys title match, Sweden edged Latvia, 861-852.

2011 EYC


Russian girls, Dutch boys take the lead in EYC Team events after first 3-game block

Polina Kosiakova, Daniels Vezis atop the girls and boys All Events leaderboard

2011EYCGirlsRUS_small.jpg2011EYCNED_small.jpgThe girls from Russia (l.) and the boys from the Netherlands (r.) are in the driver's seat after the first three-game block of the four-player Team events in the 24th European Youth Championships Russia's Polina Kosiakova leads the girls in All Events after 9 games with 2072 (230.22). Daniels Vezis, Latvia leads in Boys all Events with 2007 (223.00).

2011 EYC


Latvian Boys capture Doubles title at 24th European Youth Championships

No. 2 seed Vezis/Levikins defeat top seeded Swedes Svensson/Jansson

2011EYCDanielVezisArtursLevikins_small.jpg2011EYCJesperSvenssonMarkusJansson_small.jpgDaniels Vezis and Arturs Levikins (l.) of Latvia claimed the first gold medal in the Boys Division at the 24th European Youth Championships in Germany when the duo won the doubles competition Monday. In a title match between the two top seeded teams, No. 2 Vezis/Levikins flew past No. 1 Jesper Svensson and Markus Jansson, Sweden (r.), 439-360.

2011 EYC


English Girls start 24th European Youth Championships with victory in Doubles

Fourth seeded Frost/Hedley defeat two Russian Doubles to claim first gold medal

2011EYCBethanyHedleyHannahFrost_small.jpgHannah Frost and Bethany Hedley (r-l) of England started the 24th European Youth Championships Monday at Dream-Bowl Palace in Unterföhring near Munich, Germany, with victory in the Girls Doubles competition. The English girls, who earned the last spot for the playoffs after finishing the six-game preliminaries in fourth place , topped No. 2 seed Kristina Kryl and Alena Korobkova of Russia in the title match, 363-357. Competition continues on Tuesday, April 19, with the Boys Doubles.

2011 EYC


32 ETBF member federations to participate in 24th European Youth Championships

Dream-Bowl Palace in Unterföhring, Germany (April 26-25, 2011)

2011EYCLogo_small.jpgThe best youth bowlers from Europe will compete in the 24th annual European Youth Championships to be held from April 26-25, 2011 at Dream-Bowl Palace in Unterföhring near Munich, Germany. The EYC 2011 are divided in two divisions - boys and girls. Each team consists of maximum four male and four female players, who must not have reached the age of 19 before August 31st, 2011. Boys and girls compete for gold, silver and bronze medals in Singles, Doubles, Teams, All Events and Masters match play.

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