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Tuesday , November 29 2022

S. Korea win gold in Bowling Championship women’s group event

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Malaysia aiming to restore glory

Winners of the 25th Asian Bowling Championship Women’s event.

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 29: The closing ceremony of the 25th Asian Bowling Championship will be held at 7 pm today at the Crowne Plaza Hotel.

The championship was organized under the patronage of His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah.

 It was successfully hosted by the Kuwait Bowling Sporting Club in Salmiya for the last 10 days with the participation of 27 countries.

The closing ceremony will be attended by delegations of the participating countries.

It will include a simple presentation of the Kuwaiti heritage, presented by one of the national groups. It will be followed by a speech of the President of International and Asian bowling federations and Chairperson of the Kuwait Bowling Sporting Club Sheikh Talal Al-Muhammad.

Regarding the competitions, two gold medals will be given today. Malaysia seems to have guaranteed the top spot on the leaderboard after completing 10 competitions out of 12 and winning five gold, a silver and four bronze medals.

In second place is South Korea with three gold, silver and bronze medals followed by China with one each of gold, silver and bronze medals, Hong Kong with a gold, Indonesia with two silver, Taiwan with a silver and a bronze, India and Kuwait with a silver each, and Japan with a bronze.

Malaysia is set to replace South Korea on top of the medals’ table after South Korea dominated the position in the last five editions of bowling championship. Malaysia thus is aiming to restore its glory that it had in the 1980s and 1990s.

Hong Kong received its first medal by winning the gold in the group matches of five for men after scoring 7,031 points, followed by Taiwan with 7,005 points, and China with 7,001.

In women’s similar group contest, South Korea easily won a gold after scoring 7,045 points, followed by Malaysia with 6,825 points, and then Taiwan with 6,781 points. It is worth mentioning that Taiwan won its first two medals in this current edition of the championship.