Eight of the Go Bowling! PBA Tour’s top performers based on competition points earned over a two-year span – including defending champion and Australian, Jason Belmonte – will take center stage at this weekend’s Barbasol PBA Tour Finals presented by Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa in Las Vegas.
The team of six women and six men will compete in the 10-day tournament at the Kuwait Bowling Centre in Salmiya, against Asia’s leading bowling nations.
TBA’s High Performance Committee has announced the Australian team who will contest the nine-day tournament from the 2nd till 10th of September.
Australia’s youth team have finished their Asian Youth Championships campaign in Malaysia.
Australia’s two-handed star, Jason Belmonte, defeated top qualifier Jakob Butturff of Tempe, Arizona, 224-213, to win the DHC PBA Japan Invitational.
The World Men’s Championship concluded on Wednesday in Hong Kong, and the USA finished on top of the medal tally.
Australia’s youth team will head to Malaysia next week for the 20th Asian Youth Championships which begins on Friday at Megalanes Sarawak in Kuching.
The Australia junior team has returned home from the inaugural World Junior Championships held in France. With three out of four athletes qualifying for the Masters at the event.
Australia’s Sam Cooley clinched the coveted QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup with an emphatic 244-163 victory over Kyle Troupe from the United States in a thrilling finale to the 2018 QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup at the 56-lane Sam’s Town Bowling Centre in Las Vegas.
The Australian team has returned home from the 19th Asian School Championships with two silver and two bronze medals, to finish fourth on the overall medal tally.