Bec Whiting is one of Australia’s very best female bowlers. She has represented her country at the QubicaAMF World Cup four times, and she is the reigning champion of the event after claiming the most prestigious amateur singles title in Indonesia, in 2019. Still, the idea of donning the green and gold again at the World Cup on the Sunshine Coast next month fills her with emotions and anticipation.
Tenpin Bowling Australia is proud to announce the team selected to represent Australia at the upcoming IBF World Cup presented by QubicaAMF.
TBA announces its first National High Performance and Community Centre on Queensland Sunshine Coast.
Tenpin Bowling Australia is pleased to announce the release of the inaugural G’Day TBA online member forum.
On International Women’s Day, Tenpin Bowling Australia continues to strive to be a sport where everyone is equal – free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination.
The National Rankings for 2021 are finalised following the conclusion of the 2021 ranked event season.
Bec Whiting might be described as the perfect example of women thriving in the sport of tenpin bowling. She is currently the number one female bowler in Australia, a title held alongside current QubicaAMF World Cup Champion which she won back in 2019 in Palembang, Indonesia.
Rebecca Whiting has won the 55th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in Palembang, Indonesia.
The 55th QubicaAMF World Cup is set to get underway at Palembang, Indonesia and will see Rebecca Whiting and defending champion Sam Cooley return to fly the flag for Australia.