2016 Reykjavik

2016 EYC


Swedes William Svensson, Cajsa Wegner claim gold in EYC Masters

Ahokas, Bulanova earn silver; Kjær, Van Deutekom and Tagg, Degenhardt share bronze; Sweden leads the medal tally for the third consecutive European Youth Championships

2016EYCMastersBoysPodium_small.jpg 2016EYCMastersGirlsPodium_small.jpg Sweden's William Svensson and Cajsa Wegner captured the gold medals in boys' and girls' masters match play, which concluded the 29th European Youth Championships Sunday at Keiluhöllin Egilshöll bowling center in Reykjavik, Iceland. For the third consecutive year, Sweden led the medal tally, this time with five gold and five bronze medals.

2016 EYC


Maria Bulanova, Patrik Sörensen win gold medals in Singles

Cajsa Wegner, Niko Oksanen take the gold medalls in All-Events

2016EYCMariaBulanova_small.jpg 2016EYCPatrikSorensen_small.jpg Top-seeded Maria Bulanova (l.) of Russia and second-seeded Patrik Sörensen (r.) of Denmark captured the Singles titles at the 29th European Youth Championships in Reykjavik, Iceland. Bulanova topped Shir Azulay of Israel, 226-184, to win the girl's title, while Sörensen flew past team champion Rok Kostric of Slovenia in the boys' finale, 249-185. Azulay and bronze medalist Cajsa Wegner of Sweden rolled 300 games in the girls' preliminaries.

2016 EYC


Slovenia, Sweden capture Team gold at European Youth Championships

Finland's Niko Oksanen and Sweden's Cajsa Wegner lead in All-Events after 12 of 18 games

2016EYCSloveniaBoys2_small.jpg 2016EYCSwedenGirls_small.jpg The boys from Slovenia boys and the girls from Sweden captured the gold medals in the prestigious four-player team event in the 29th European Youth Championships. The Slovenians, seeded third defeated No. 1 seed Finland, 798-749, to win the boys title. The top-seeded Swedish girls successfully defended the title with an 804-767 victory against Russia.

2016 EYC


Finnish boys, Swedish girls lead EYC Team event after 3/6 games

Niko Oksanen of Finland and Cajsa Wegner of Sweden lead in All-Events after 9/18 games

2016EYCFinlandBoys_small.jpg 2016EYCSwedenGirls_small.jpg Finland's boys' team and defending girls' champion Sweden took the lead in the 29th European Youth Championships as the four-player team event has reached its halfway mark Wednesday in Reykjavik, Iceland. Finland led the 18 boys' teams with 2663 total, an average of 221.92 for three games, while Sweden paced the 9 girls' teams with 2561 (213.42).

2016 EYC


Swedish boys, German girls start 29th EYC with victory in Doubles

2016EYCRobertLindbergWilliamSvensson_small.jpg 2016EYCLeaDegenhardtJimmyHartmannBettinaBurghard_small.jpg Sweden's William Svensson and Robert Lindberg (l.) and Germany's Bettina Burghard and Lea Degenhardt (r.) started the 29th European Youth Championships with victory in Doubles. The Swedes flew past Tomás Vrabec and Roman Karlík of Slovakia in the boys' finale, 506-384. The Germans edged England's Katie Tagg and Mia Bewley, 447-434, to win girls' title.

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