In the run-up to the International Bowling Federation World Cup, world number one Jason Belmonte is looking forward to representing his country once more.
Victorians Bec Martin and Adam Hayes found love on the bowling lanes when they were both going through difficult times in their lives. It was the beginning of an eight-year relationship and a bowling powerhouse after they discovered happiness in one another.
Jarrod Langford, dubbed the “King of the North,” is a fierce competitor on the bowling scene and ready to take on the world’s best
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.
Many elite athletes perform specific routines before competing, gestures that become true rituals in the belief that they might bring an improvement in performance.
As a child, Sam Cooley dreamt about becoming a police officer or a firefighter. So, when he stepped onto a bowling lane for the first time at the age of four, he had no idea that as a young man, he would travel the world and represent his country as a professional bowler.
After an amazing season on the youth ranked-event circuit, the 21-year-old is now ready to wear the green and gold again at the 2022 IBF World Cup on the Sunshine Coast.
Robert Alexander, an Aussie Rules coach from Adelaide, never imagined he would one day be the Head Coach of the Australian Tenpin Bowling Team, leading the team to a home World Cup
Tenpin Bowling Australia is proud to announce the team selected to represent Australia at the upcoming IBF World Cup presented by QubicaAMF.