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Ball statistics of the WMC 2010
02.10.2010

A statistics has been prepared to give an overview of the bowling balls that have been chosen by the players to be used during the WMC 2010. Top balls were the "C-System" by Brunswick (72 players) and the "Virtual Gravity" by Storm (71 players). Have a look at the complete statistics...more...


Photos and Videos of WMC 2010
26.08.2010
Dream-Bowl Palace

World Men Championships are finished. An outstanding event like not many before. Enjoy these impressions with pictures and videos taken during the event. Photos are to find in the website's gallery as well as in albums on picasa. Click here for Photo Gallery Click here for picasa albums All taped live video...more...


Last Medals Awarded
21.08.2010
Masters medalists

Last medals for Masters event have been awarded Saturday late afternoon. Team USA got a complete set of medals, Gold to Chris Barnes, Silver to Patrick Allen, Bronze to Wes Malott and Korea's Choi Bok-Eum. Medals were presented by Kim Thorsgaard Jensen, Vice-President of ETBF and WMC 2010 Tournament Director, Roland Mück,...more...


Gold To Chris Barnes
21.08.2010
Chris Barnes after 9 pin standing

Chris Barnes clinched the last title of World Men Championships 2010 at Unterföhring/Munich winning the Masters Final vs. Patrick Allen. He almost managed a perfect game at last, leaving a solid 9 pin standing after 10 consecutive strikes - final score 289. Chris Barnes - Patrick Allen: 213:188, 257:236, 289:212.more...


Chris Barnes vs Patrick Allen in Championship Match
21.08.2010
Chris Barnes

Patrick Allen took the lead over his team mate Wes Malott in first duel from the beginning showing excellent bowling like the two rounds before. He won clear-cut 3:0 - 201:160, 212:199, 279:221 and advanced to the finals. Chris Barnes had to face Choi Bok-Eum just like semi final in singles. Both showed their skills to the...more...


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Editor: Andreas Schlagowski
Last Update: Saturday, October- 2-2010, 12:05 h
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