World Ranking Masters ready to go


    2003 WRM

    Kegel Training Center in Lake Wales, FL, USA (July 20-23, 2003)

    2003WRMLogo_small.jpg Kegel president John Davis and his crew at the new Kegel headquarters in Lake Wales, Florida, did their utmost to make players and officials feel comfortable at 3rd World Ranking Masters.

    The top 24 men and 24 women of the world amateur rankings will determine the top ranked bowlers in the world commencing on Sunday July 20 thru to the finals on Wednesday July 23.

    Latest news: Due to visa problems Shaker Al-Hassan of the UAE, Saeed Al-Hajri, Qatar and Ben Heng, Malaysia will be substituted by Andrew Frawley, Australia, Mubarak Al-Muraikhi, Qatar and Paeng Nepomuceno, Philippines.

    World Ranking Masters Confirmed Participants

    as of July 19, 2003

    2002MenRankingChampions.jpg American Zone
    Andres Gomez, COL; Bill Hoffman, USA; Rolando A. Sebelen, DOM; Marcos Baeza, MEX; Daniel Falconi, MEX; David Romero, COL; Jose Ferreira, VEN; Arturo Hernandez, VEN

    Asian Zone
    Remy Ong, SIN; Ahmed Shaheen, QAT; Andrew Frawley, AUS, Mubarak Al-Muraikhi, QAT; Paeng Nepomuceno, PHI; Biboy Rivera, PHI; Bandar Al-Shafi, QAT; Chester King, PHI

    European Zone
    Gery Verbruggen, BEL; Anders Öhman, SWE; Mika Luoto, FIN; Martin Larsen, SWE; Göran Carlsson, SWE; Thomas Gross, AUT; Sami Konsteri, FIN; Robert Andersson, SWE.

    The picture shows the 2002 ranking champions from America, Europe and Asia (l-r) Andres Gomes, Gery Verbruggen and Remy Ong.

    American Zone

    Sara Vargas, COL; Sofia Granda, GUA; Clara Juliana Guerrero, COL; Aida Granillo, ELS; Margalit Mizrachi, VEN; Diandra Hyman, USA; Aumi Guerra, DOM; Inngellimar Contreras, VEN

    Asian Zone
    Shalin Zulkifli, MAS; Liza Del Rosario, PHIL; Wendy Chai, MAS; Jennifer Tan, SIN; Valerie Teo, SIN; Sarah Yap, MAS; Lai Kin Ngoh, MAS; Jesmine Ho, SIN

    European Zone
    Bettina Lund, DEN; Tanya Petty, GER; Kirsten Penny, ENG; Britt Bröndsted, DEN; Annemiek van den Boogaart, NET; Helen Johnsson, SWE; Patricia Schwarz, GER; Reija Lunden, FIN.

    The picture shows the 24 women during the opening ceremony.