2011 Mexico



Canadian MacLelland beats Mexico's Cruz for PABCON Men's Championships Masters gold

Team USA's Bill O'Neill, Chris Barnes share the bronze medals

201011PBADanMacLelland_small.jpg2009LaRazaAlejandroCruz_small.jpgDan MacLelland (l.) of Canada defeated local favorite Alejandro Cruz (r.), Mexico, two-games-to-none, to end the 2011 PABCON Men's Championships with victory in match-play Masters Friday at Bolerama TapatĂ­o in Guadalajara, Jalisco, MĂ©xico. Team USA's Bill O'Neill and Chris Barnes shared the bronze medal. Both lost in the best-of-three games semifinals at Bolerama Tapatio. Cruz took down O'Neill, 2-0, while Barnes lost 2-0 to MacLelland.



Team USA wins Team and All Events golds at PABCON Men's Championships

2011PCMenTeamUSA_small.jpgThe Team USA men overcame a close battle with Puerto Rico to claim the gold medal in the coveted five-player team event Thursday at the 2011 Pan American Bowling Confederation Men's Championships. The United States won the gold medal with a six-game total of 6,772, (224.07) to top Puerto Rico's 6,642. Canada took the bronze with 6,584. Team USA's Bill O'Neill won the all-events gold medal with Canada's Dan MacLelland in second and Colombia's Manuel Otalora in third.



Team USA takes gold, silver in Trios at PABCON Men's Championships

Canadian Trio earns the bronze medal

2011PCMenTriosGoldUSA_small.jpg 2011PCMenTriosSilverUSA_small.jpg Team USA's Chris Barnes, Bill O'Neill and Mike Fagan (l.) broke the all-time PABCON Men's Championships trios record en route to the gold medal Wednesday with 4,179 (232.17 Ave.). The other Team USA squad of Walter Ray Williams Jr., Wes Malott and Patrick Allen (r.) earned the silver medal with 4,035. Canada took the bronze with 3,936.



Team USA's Walter Ray Williams, Patrick Allen shatter PABCON Doubles record

Canadian and Puerto Rican duos take silver and bronze medals

2011PCMenWalterRayWilliamsPatrickAllen_small.jpgTeam USA's Walter Ray Williams Jr. and Patrick Allen didn't just break the all-time Pan American Bowling Confederation Men's Championships record in doubles on Tuesday, they blew past it with ease with 2,917, an average of 243.08, at Bolerama Tapatio, eclipsing the previous record of 2,788 set in 2009. Canada's Dan MacLelland and Michael Schmidt took the silver medal with 2,742, while Puerto Rico's Bruno Diaz and Andro Simounet earned the bronze with 2,720.



Colombia's Manuel Otalora wins gold medal in Singles at PABCON Men's Championships

Dan MacLelland (CAN) and Mike Fagan (USA) earn silver and bronze

2011PCMenManuelOtalora_small.jpg201011PBADanMacLelland_small.jpgColombia's Manuel Otalora (l.) ended a string of domination by the United States and earned his country's first Pan American Bowling Confederation Men's Championships gold medal Monday in Guadalajara, Jalisco, MĂ©xico. Otalora earned the singles gold by shooting a six-game total of 1,463, an average of 243.8 at Bolerama TapatĂ­o. Canada's Dan MacLelland (r.) took the silver with 1,431, and Team USA's Mike Fagan earned the bronze with 1,379.



2011 PABCON Men's Championships officially underway

Bolerama TapatĂ­o in Guadalajara, Jalisco, MĂ©xico (May 7-14, 2011)

2011PCMenOpening_small.jpgThe 2011 Pan American Bowling Confederation Men's Championships officially kicked off on Sunday night as the 16 countries in the event were recognized at the opening ceremonies. Traditional Mexican music (pictured left), speeches by bowling dignitaries and a ceremonial first shot by Ivan Sisniega, the Sports Director for the 2011 Pan American Games, helped usher in the event. The competition gets underway on Monday with the singles event.



Mike Fagan to make Team USA debut PABCON Men's Championships in MĂ©xico

Bolerama TapatĂ­o in Guadalajara, Jalisco, MĂ©xico (May 7-14, 2011)

200910PBA11MikeFagan3_small.jpgIt's been more than 12 years since Mike Fagan (pictured) represented the United States as a youth bowler in international competition, and this Monday, the 30-year-old from Patchoge, N.Y., will make his debut as a member of Team USA. The United States is sending a team of six of the top professional bowlers in the world to take on the rest of the American Zone in the Pan American Bowling Confederation Men's Championships, which begins Monday in Guadalajara, Mexico.



Canadian national team to participate at PABCON Men's Championships

2011PCMenLogo_small.jpg CTFLogo2_small.jpgCanada's national men's team will compete at the Pan American Bowling Confederation (PABCON) Men's Championships which will take place iat Bolerama Tapatio, a 42-lane center n Guadalajara, Mexico from May 8-13, 2011. Team members are: Art Oliver, Mark Buffa, George Lambert IV, Dan MacLelland, Mike Schmidt, and Jack Guay. Lucien Casagrande, Winnipeg, Manitoba will coach the team.

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Mexican Bowling Federation releases Bulletin No. 1 for 2011 PABCON Men's Championships

Bolerama TapatĂ­o in Guadalajara, Jalisco, MĂ©xico (May 7-14, 2011)

2011PCMenLogo_small.jpg 2011MEXBFLogo_small.jpg The Mexican Bowling Federation (FederaciĂłn Mexicana de Boliche), host federation of the 2011 Pan American Bowling Confederation Men's Championships has released the Bulletin No. 1 for the championships which will be held from May 7-14, 2011 at 42-lane "Bolerama TapatĂ­o" in Guadalajara, Jalisco, MĂ©xico. Players will compete in Singles, Doubles, Trios, 5-player Team, All Events and Masters.

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