Tag Results for
"medal" - 10 Total Result(s)
A decade before the sport’s appearance at the 1988 Summer Games in Seoul, South Korea bowlers across the nation took home gold medals of their own. The NBC promotional “Bowlympics” energized leagues w ...
A MAN, A PLAN, A CANAL, BOWLING IN PANAMA
Participating nations, such as Panama, formed committees for the Olympic Games, as did bowling organizations vying to make their sport official. Panama has also participated in the Pan-American Games, ...
CHRISTMAS DAY BOWL
Bowlers had a good Christmas at the Capitol Bowling Alley! Participants in a holiday tournament in 1916 might have received medals like these. There were a number of bowling alleys by that name in the ...
JUNIOR BOWLING CHAMPIONSHIPS
At the Young American Bowling Alliance (YABA) National Junior Bowling Championships, bowlers might have received this medal, enjoyed a day of bowling events and had a cold glass of Coke.
KEEPING UP WITH KRUMSKE
Paul Krumske was one of his era’s greatest bowlers. The Chicago-native was named Chicago’s “Bowler of the Half-Century” in 1951 and was inducted into the American Bowling Congress Hall of Fame in 1968 ...
Hank Marino, the “Italian Wonder of Bowling,” took up bowling as a hobby in his early 20s. He quickly became one of the nation’s best bowlers, winning ABC and BPAA tournaments. Throughout his career, ...
PERFECT GAME MEDAL
A great bowler would need special storage to hold all of their perfect game awards! One great season could end in medals, rings, trophies and ribbons filling the trophy case.
SUCCESS IN SAUDI ARABIA
Gerald Koenig, tireless champion of putting bowling in the Olympics, was presented this particular medal by Ibrahim Al-Juraifani, president of the Saudi Bowling Federation. The Saudi Bowling Federatio ...
THE FIRST-EVER YOUTH GAMES
The International Youth Games festival was inaugurated in Moscow, Russia, in the summer of 1998. Bowling was an official event at the festival, held in the former Soviet Union not long after the fall ...
YABA 700 MEDAL
The Young American Bowling Alliance (YABA) was formed in 1982 by the merger of the American Junior Bowling Congress and the Youth Bowling Association. For 23 years, YABA served as the lead organizatio ...