Day Six of Tenpin World Cup competition commenced the Teams section of the Championship at the AGL National High-Performance Centre on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland.
A full wrap of the Para Bowling World Cup is HERE for you see what has occurred in leadup to today’s competition and you can access the details from the previous day’s competition HERE.
For all the results – use the link and click on any of the games for all the detail.
We entered Day 6 of the World Cup with a different format, having all teams in the House – and it was busy!
By the end of the day, as a cumulative total, we had reached 1524 total games, with 8572 strikes and 2536 corner pins – and we still have 7 days left!
We have welcomed views via our results, streaming and live blog from all over the globe. At approximately 9am this morning, our partners at Tenpin Results had 20,000 people interact with the website for the results, and by the time we reached the afternoon sessions, we had more than 1 MILLION page events (page view, clicks etc).
Those 20,000 people have joined from across the World, with at least 106 countries following the updated results. The largest group has joined us from the United States of America with just over 25% of the audience share, followed by Australia at 20% and our top five countries are USA, Aus, Sweden, Germany, Singapore. The United Kingdom, despite not having a team in competition as also in the top ten of our nations.
Those that are joining us were treated to some great games with several ties and some great pressure bowling by our Women and Men’s teams.
The summary of the two male and female leaderboards leads this update – read below for the detailed match reports:
The Men opened the day with four games that produced the following results:
The Country Leaderboard was started by these four games, before the Women started their Matches, with the Men returning for three event matches after Matched 1 – 4 Women.
When the Women took to the lanes their results were:
The ladder after these four games:
The Men returned for the next three games:
The 14 teams in the men’s division will play 14 matches round robin.
The 8 teams in the women’s division will play 2 rounds of round robin matches.
A total of 14 matches.
Each match will be best of three games.
Points start from scratch.
Points will be allocated on the following basis;
Three Points for a win
Zero for a loss
All matches will be played using the World Cup Baker format.
If there is a tie in any game during the round robin matches a 9th 10th frame roll off will be held to be played by the athlete who bowled the 10th frame in the game, repeated until the tie is broken. The team with the highest ranking, after Round 1, will decide who will bowl first and on which lane the frame will be bowled. If there is still a tie a further 9th 10th frame roll off will be held with the starting team and lanes reversed. This will be repeated until the tie is broken.
The top eight teams in the men’s division at the completion of round two will advance to the quarter finals. The top 4 teams in women’s division will advance to the semi-finals.
If there is tie for position eight (men), or position 4 (women) then a one game roll off will be played repeated until the tie is broken. The team with the highest ranking, after Round 1, will decide who will bowl first and on which lane the game will commence. If there is still a tie a further game will be held with the starting team and lanes reversed. This will be repeated until the tie is broken.
Ties for seeding in the top 8 (men)/ top 4 (women) will be broken by the highest ranked team after qualification.
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