Bowling at the World Games

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Bowling has been part of all World Games. Among the disciplines, Nine-pin bowling and Ten-pin bowling.

Nine-pin bowling, Schere[edit]

Men[edit]

Singles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2005 Duisburg  Steve Blasen (LUX)  Guus Maes (NED)  Bernardo Immendorf (BRA)


Women[edit]

Singles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2005 Duisburg  Elgin Justen (GER)  Petra Comoth (BEL)  Marcelline Della Modesta (LUX)

Mixed[edit]

Doubles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2005 Duisburg  Germany (GER)
Elgin Justen
Holger Mayer
 Luxembourg (LUX)
Marcelline Della Modesta
Steve Blasen
 Netherlands (NED)
Maria Berends
Guus Maes


Ten-pin bowling[edit]

Men[edit]

Singles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1981 Santa Clara  Arne Svein Strøm (NOR)  Ernst Berndt (AUT)  Chris Batson (AUS)
1985 London  Raymond Jansson (SWE)  Arne Svein Strøm (NOR)  Utz Dehler (FRG)
1989 Karlsruhe  Ma Ying-Chieh (TPE)  Darold Meisel (USA)  Hendro Pratono (INA)
1993 The Hague  Tomas Leandersson (SWE)  Yvan Augustin (FRA)  Paeng Nepomuceno (PHI)
1997 Lahti  Gery Verbruggen (BEL)  Vernon Peterson (USA)  Paeng Nepomuceno (PHI)
2001 Akita  Tobias Gäbler (GER)  Kim Kyung-Min (KOR)  Tom Hahl (FIN)
2005 Duisburg  Kai Virtanen (FIN)  Gery Verbruggen (BEL)  Andrew Cain (USA)
2009 Kaohsiung  Manuel Otalora (COL)  Wu Siu Hong  (HKG)  Adrian Ang (MAS)
2013 Cali  Osku Palermaa (FIN)  Mads Sandbækken (NOR)  Hwang Dong-Jun (KOR)
2017 Wroclaw  Cho Young-Seon (KOR)  Ildemaro Ruiz (VEN)  Tobias Börding (GER)

Doubles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2017 Wroclaw  Canada (CAN)
François Lavoie
Dan MacLelland
 Venezuela (VEN)
Massimiliano Fridegotto
Ildemaro Ruiz
 Hong Kong (HKG)
Wu Siu Hong
Michael Mak

All Events[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 London  Raymond Jansson (SWE)  Utz Dehler (FRG)  Byun Yong-Hwon (KOR)

Women[edit]

Singles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1981 Santa Clara  Liliane Gregori (FRA)  Porntip Singha (THA)  Mary Lou Vining (USA)
1985 London  Adelene Wee (SIN)  Pam Pope (AUS)  Jette Hansen (DEN)
1989 Karlsruhe  Jane Amlinger (CAN)  Arianne Cerdeña (PHI)  Patty Ann (USA)
1993 The Hague  Pauline Smith (GBR)  Lisa Kwan (MAS)  Oh Hi (KOR)
1997 Lahti  Patricia Schwarz (GER)  Isabelle Saldjian (FRA)  Lee Mi-Young (KOR)
2001 Akita  Sofia Matilde Rodriguez (GUA)  Ross Greiner (NED)  Piritta Kantola (FIN)
2005 Duisburg  Kim Soo-Kyung (KOR)  Zara Glover (GBR)  Caroline Lagrange (CAN)
2009 Kaohsiung  Krista Pöllänen (FIN)  Zara Glover (GBR)  Liza del Rosario (PHI)
2013 Cali  Daria Kovalova (UKR)  Kelly Kulick (USA)  Karen Marcano (VEN)
2017 Wroclaw  Kelly Kulick (USA)  Clara Guerrero (COL)  Daria Kovalova (UKR)

In 2017, Laura Buethner of Germany originally won gold in women's singles. In a competition doping test after the medal ceremony, Buethner tested positive for a banned substance. As a result of the positive doping test, Buethner was stripped of the gold medal. Kelly Kulick, who originally won silver, was awarded the gold medal. Clara Guerrero, who originally won bronze, was awarded the silver medal and Daria Kovalova, originally fourth in the final standings, was awarded the bronze medal.[1]

Doubles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2017 Wroclaw  Colombia (COL)
Clara Guerrero
Rocio Restrepo
 United States (USA)
Kelly Kulick
Danielle McEwan
 Mexico (MEX)
Sandra Gongora
Tannya Lopez

All Events[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 London  Gisela Lins (FRG)  Josette Romon (SUI)  Pam Pope (AUS)

Mixed[edit]

Doubles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1981 Santa Clara  Australia (AUS)
Ruth Guerster
Chris Batson
 Finland (FIN)
Ari Leppala
Mikko Kaartinen
 Austria (AUT)
Hilde Reitermaier
Ernst Berndt
1985 London  Belgium (BEL)
Nora Haveneers
Dominique De Nolf
 West Germany (FRG)
Gisela Lins
Utz Dehler
 Philippines (PHI)
Bong Coo
Rene Reyes
1989 Karlsruhe  Chinese Taipei (TPE)
Ma Ying-Chieh
Huang Yuen-Yue
 Philippines (PHI)
Arianne Cerdeña
Jorge Fernández
 West Germany (FRG)
Michaela Viol
Wolfgang Strupf
1993 The Hague  Finland (FIN)
Pauliina Aalto
Mika Koivuniemi
 Sweden (SWE)
Åsa Larsson
Tomas Leandersson
 France (FRA)
Isabelle Saldjian
Yvan Augustin
1997 Lahti  Malaysia (MAS)
Sharon Low
Daniel Lim
 Australia (AUS)
Cara Honeychurch
Andrew Frawley
 Japan (JPN)
Tomomi Shibata
Shigeo Saito
2001 Akita  Great Britain (GBR)
Kirsten Penny
Steven Thornton
 Germany (GER)
Tanya Petty
Tobias Gäbler
 Norway (NOR)
Mette Hansen
Petter Hansen
2005 Duisburg  France (FRA)
Isabelle Saldjian
François Sacco
 Malaysia (MAS)
Shalin Zulkifli
Zulmazran Zulkifli
 South Korea (KOR)
Kim Soo-Kyung
Kang Hee-Won
2009 Kaohsiung  South Korea (KOR)
Gye Min-Young
Kong Byoung-Hee
 Colombia (COL)
Anggie Ramírez
Manuel Otalora
 Malaysia (MAS)
Zatil Iman Abdul Ghani
Adrian Ang
2013 Cali  United States (USA)
Kelly Kulick
Mike Fagan
 Canada (CAN)
Lynne Gauthier
Dan MacLelland
 Mexico (MEX)
Sandra Gongora
Alejandro Cruz

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tidbury, Megan. "Medals From the World Games 2017 Bowling Women's Singles Event Are Reissued In Conjunction With Positive Doping Case". World Bowling. Retrieved 23 July 2018.