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04/07/14

2014 BEC Full High Definition Super Slow Motion Video

Top players from PBA, Europe and Asia recorded with 200-400 frames per second

2014SlowMotionVideoStand_small.jpgBowlingdigital.com and Flavio Cuva proudly present a Full High Definition Super Slow Motion video featuring some of the best players from Europe, Asia and the PBA. In the motion picture industry, the standard filming and projection formats are 24 frames per second (fps). Shooting at a frame rate higher than 24 fps would create slow motion when projected. This video is a quantum leap in tenpin bowling video technology as it was recorded with 200-400 fps (some scenes are edited to up to 2.000 fps). Enjoy!

2014 EBT #4 / 2014 WBT #10

03/24/14

2014 Brunswick Euro Challenge - Watch the Video of the Stepladder Finals

2014BECLogo_small.jpg The 2014 Brunswick Euro Challenge was a European Bowling Tour and World Bowling Tour event that offered a PBA International title if won by a PBA member. The last day of qualifying and all rounds of the finals were covered live on Bowlingdigital's YouTube channel. Marshall Kent, United States, Daniel Fransson, Sweden and Chris Loschetter, United States, battled it out for the title and the 11.111 Euro top prize in a stepladder final at Dream-Bowl Palace in Munich, Germany.

2014 European Bowling Tour #4

03/23/14

Daniel Fransson shoots his third 300 game and the 10th overall in Round of 28

Swede leads the top 8 (all men) into the round robin match play portion; cut for 8th place is 1420 (236.67 average); 9th place Kamilla Kjeldsen wins the women's ranking for the third consecutive tournament

2014EBT04DanielFransson_small.jpgDaniel Fransson (pictured) of Sweden did not expect to roll any 300 game in the 2014 Brunswick Euro Challenge as he did not pay the entry fee for the 300 Game Jackpot. When Fransson struck on 12 consecutive shots in the game in the Round of 28, he recorded his third perfecto and the 10th overall in this tournament. Fransson, who started with games of 201 and 224 and closed out with 267, 248 and 243, led the round with 1483, an average of 247.17, to lead the top 8 into the round robin match play portion. All pins carry over.

2014 European Bowling Tour #4

03/23/14

Mike Fagan averages 258.67 to pace Round of 64 at 2014 Brunswick Euro Challenge

PBA champion leads the top 16 players into a second-round clash with the top 12 qualifiers; Joonas Jehkinen rolls the tournament's 9th 300 game; cut for 16th place is 1385 (230.83 average)

2014EBT04MikeFagan3_small.jpg2014EBT04SeanRash2_small.jpgPBA champion Mike Fagan (l.), USA, posted the highest six-game series of 1552 in the 2014 Brunswick Euro Challenge so far to pace the Round of 64 Sunday morning at Dream-Bowl Palace in Munich, Germany. Fagan, who targets to win his fifth career PBA title and his sixth title on the European Bowling Tour, was 36 pins ahead of 2012-13 PBA Player of the Year, Sean Rash (r.), who was second with 1516 including back-to-back 277 opening games.

2014 European Bowling Tour #4

03/23/14

Carsten Warming Hansen wins the last qualifying squad and advances to Sunday's finals

Dane shoots 1451 series and is the lone player of Squad 18 who survived the qualifying cut; Germany's Tobias Gäbler rolls the eighth 300 game of the tournament; Joonas Jähi wins the qualifying with 1545 (257.50 avg.), leads a group of 64 players, 52 men and 12 women, into the finals; cut for 12th place is 1480 (246.67) and cut for 52nd place is 1413 (235.50)

2014EBT04CarstenWarmingHansen_small.jpg2014EBT04JoonasJahi2_small.jpgDanish national team member Carsten Warming Hansen (l.) averaged 241.83 in the 18th and last qualifying squad of the 2014 Brunswick Euro Challenge en route to become the only player in the Saturday night squad who made the cut to the top 52. Hansen toppled 1451 pins to rocket from 93rd to 20th place in the overall qualifying standings. Joonas Jähi (r.) of Finland led a field of 338 players from 31 countries with 1545 and an average of 257.50.

2014 European Bowling Tour #4

03/22/14

Joonas Jehkinen leads penultimate Squad 17; is the only player to move into the top 52

Fellow Finn Joonas Jähi continues to lead the 330-player field from 31 countries with 1545 (257.50 avg.); Swede Daniel Fransson rolls his second perfecto and sixth overall; Singapore's New Hui Fen rolls the first 300 by a woman; cut for 12th place is still 1480 (246.67) and cut for 52nd place improved by one pin to 1412 (235.33)

2014EBT04JoonasJehkinen_small.jpgJoonas Jehkinen (pictured) of Finland was the only player of 99 participants in the penultimate squad, who moved into the top 52 as the qualifying of the 2014 Brunswick Euro Challenge nears conclusion. Jehkinen, who won last year's qualifying with 1523, rolled a 1469 series (244.83 average) to lead Squad 17 Saturday evening at Dream-Bowl Palace in Munich, Germany, en route to move from 100th to 15th place. His compatriot Joonas Jähi leads the field of 330 players from 31 countries heading into the last squad with 1545 (257.50).

2014 European Bowling Tour #4

03/22/14

Jazreel Tan, John Wells become the 7th and 8th player to crack the 1500-bar in Munich

Englishman Wells brings the perfect game tally at the 2014 Brunswick Euro Challenge to 5; Joonas Jähi (FIN) continues to lead the 322-player field from 31 countries with 1545 (257.50 avg.); cut for 12th place is now 1480 (246.67) and cut for 52nd place is 1411 (235.17)

2014EBT04JazreelTan_small.jpg2014EBT04JohnWells_small.jpgSingapore's Jazreel Tan (l.) and John Wells (r.) of England became the 7th and 8th player who cracked the 1500-bar in the qualifying of the 2014 Brunswick Euro Challenge in Squad 16 at Dream-Bowl Palace in Munich, Germany. Tan is the the best of 67 women in the 322-player field from 31 countries in fifth place with 1506. Wells took over eighth place with 1502 including the tournament's fifth 300 game and the squad-best average of 250.33.

2014 European Bowling Tour #4

03/22/14

Andreas Gripp, Marshall Kent bring the number of 300s to four

Team USA's Kent leads Squad 15 with 1522 to climb into third place; Germany's Tangermann, Gripp rise into the top 12; Joonas Jähi (FIN) continues to lead the 306-player field from 30 countries with 1545 (257.50 avg.); cut for 12th place is still 1472 (245.33) and cut for 52nd place surpasses the 1400-mark (1406; 234.33)

2014EBT04MarshallKent_small.jpgCollegiate standout Marshall Kent (pictured), United States, started the last day of qualifying in the 2014 Brunswick Euro Challenge by rolling a 1522 series en route to climb into third place in the overall qualifying standings. The Team USA member had games of 235, 261, 222, 300, 256 and 248, an average of 253.37. Kent and Germany's Andreas Gripp brought the number of 300 games to four. Joonas Jähi of Finland remained atop the 306 players from 30 countries with 1545 and the field-best 257.50 average.

2014 European Bowling Tour #4

03/22/14

2014 Brunswick Euro Challenge: No changes atop the leaderboard in Squad 14

Squad leader Anthony Pepe (USA) and three other players surpass the 1400-bar as the field reaches the 300-mark; Joonas Jähi (FIN) remains in the lead with 1545; cut for 12th place is still 1454 (242.33) and cut for 52nd place is 1396 (232.67)

2013EBT15AnthonyPepe_small.jpg2014EBT04JoonasJahi_small.jpgThere were no changes atop the leaderboard in the 14th qualifying squad of the 2014 Brunswick Euro Challenge Friday night as the number of participating players reached the 300-mark. Anthony Pepe (l.), USA, toppled 1449 pins to lead the squad and to leap into 14th place. Joonas Jähi (r.) of Finland, who posted a 1545 series in Squad 10 (257.50 average), leads the field of 303 players from 30 countries into the last day of qualifying on Saturday.

2014 European Bowling Tour #4

03/21/14

Chris Barnes tosses second perfecto in Squad 12 at Brunswick Euro Challenge

17-time PBA champion topples 1508 pins to take over second place in the overall qualifying standings; Kelly Kulick (USA), Kim Bolleby (SWE) move into top 12; cut for 12th is 1441 (240.17) and cut for 52nd place is 1372 (228.67)

2014PBAChrisBarnes_small.jpgChris Barnes (pictured), United States, averaged 251.33 in Squad 12 Friday afternoon at Dream-Bowl Palace in Unterföhring, Germany, including the second perfecto of the 2014 Brunswick Euro Challenge to overtake second place in the overall qualifying standings. Barnes, who recently won the H.H. Emir Cup in Doha, Qatar for his 17th career PBA title, started with games of 229, 247. 246 and 237 before making his run at perfection in game five. The four-time WTBA World Champion closed out with 249 for 1508.

2014 European Bowling Tour #4

03/21/14

Joonas Jähi powers his way into the lead in Munich

Finn shoots 1545 in Squad 10 to lead 214-player field from 26 countries; Squad 9 leader Shayna Ng (SIN) is the best of 34 women in sixth place; Squad 12 leader Paul Moor (ENG) overtakes seventh place; cut for top 12 is 1436 (239.33) and cut for 52nd place is 1351 (225.17)

2014EBT04JoachimKarlsson_small.jpg2014EBT04JoonasJahi_small.jpgJoonas Jähi (l.) of Finland averaged 257.50 in Thursday's Squad 10 and powered his way into the lead in the qualifying of the 2014 Brunswick Euro Challenge at Dream-Bowl Palace in Unterföhring, Germany. Jähi started his six-game series with low games of 237 and 238 before he closed out with 1070 for the last four games (256, 268, 257 and 289; 267.50 average) for 1545. The right-hander overtook previous leader Joachim Karlsson (r.) of Sweden by 40 pins.

2014 European Bowling Tour #4

03/20/14

Joachim Karlsson shoots 1505 series; takes the overall lead in Brunswick Euro Challenge

Swede becomes the first player to surpass the 1500-mark; 14 players of Wednesday's Squads 7 & 8 move into the top 16; Daniel Fransson shoots the first 300 game; cut for 52nd place raises by 171 pins to 1287 (214.50 average)

2014EBT04JoachimKarlsson_small.jpgThe leaderboard of the 2014 Brunswick Euro Challenge got a new look after Wednesday's squads 7 & 8 as 14 players moved into the top 16 in the qualifying currently underway at Dream-Bowl Palace in Munich, Germany. Joachim Karlsson (pictured) of Sweden topped the high-scoring eighth squad and became the first player who surpassed the 1500-mark finishing his six games with 1505 and an average of 250.83. Karlsson had games of 230, 278, 255, 245, 218 and 279 to overtake previous leader Tim Mack, United States, by 17 pins.

2014 European Bowling Tour #4

03/19/14

Ryan Ciminelli moves into fifth place on Day 3 Qualifying at Brunswick Euro Challenge

Two-time PBA champion rolls 1375 series in Squad 6/18; fellow PBAer Tim Mack leads field of 82 players with 1488; Germany's Christiane K√ľhn is the lone woman above the cut line; cut for 52nd place is currently 1116 (186 average)

2014EBT04RyanCiminelli_small.jpg2014EBT04TimMack_small.jpgTwo-time PBA champion Ryan Ciminelli (l.), United States, posted the highest series on the third day of qualifying at the 2014 Brunswick Euro Challenge to move into fifth place with 1375. Ciminelli, who finished seventh in the 11th Kuwait International Open last week, averaged 229.17 in Squad 6 including games of 227, 248, 213, 222, 227 and 238. Fellow PBAers Tim Mack (r.), United States, continued to lead the field of 82 players with 1488.

2014 European Bowling Tour #4

03/16/14

Tim Mack, Tom Hess crack the 1400-bar to overtake the lead in 2014 Brunswick Euro Challenge

PBA bowlers take control of the leaderboard on Day Two Qualifying at Dream-Bowl Palace in Munich, Germany

2014EBT04TimMack_small.jpg2014PBATomHess_small.jpgPBA bowlers Tim Mack and Tom Hess rolled 1488 and 1413 series Sunday afternoon at Dream-Bowl Palace in Munich, Germany, to become the first players in the 2014 Brunswick Euro Challenge, who cracked the 1400-bar. Mack; who averaged 248 to overtake the lead, had games of 254, 177, 243, 258, 288 and 268. Hess (r.) averaged 235.50 including five games between 208 and 244 and a high game of 289 to overtake second place.

2014 European Bowling Tour #4

03/15/14

2014 Brunswick Euro Challenge is underway at Dream-Bowl Palace in Munich, Germany

Ukrainian Andrey Suslov rolls 1308 series to take the early lead in the European Bowling Tour "Platinum" event

2014EBT04AndreySuslov_small.jpg2013EBT04ThomasGross_small.jpgThe 11th Brunswick Euro Challenge 2014 got underway Saturday, March 15, at Dream-Bowl Palace in Unterföhring the Greater Munich area in Germany. 19 players from seven countries took to the lanes with Andrey Suslov (l.) of Ukraine taking the early lead with 1308 or an average of 218.00 for six games. Second place belonged to Austrian standout Thomas Gross (r.), who toppled 1277 pins including the highest game of the day (248).

2014 EBT #4 / 2014 WBT #10

03/14/14

Live Coverage & Live Streaming of the 2014 Brunswick Euro Challenge

World & European Bowling Tour event offers 111.111 Euro total prize fund; 11.111 Euro and a PBA International title at stake for the winner

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The 11th Brunswick Euro Challenge, a World & European Bowling Tour event, will kick off its eight-day run Saturday, March 15, at Dream-Bowl Palace in Unterföhring near Munich, Germany. Nearly 350 players from 34 countries are expected to compete for an increased total prize fund of 111.111 Euro. The winner will walk away with the 11.111 Euro top prize and a PBA International title, if won by a PBA member. BowlingdigitalBanner_mini.jpgBowlingdigital.com will be onsite March 22-23 to provide Live Coverage and Live Streaming.

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