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Miller bowls second career 300 game

Last Sunday, February 14th was an extra special Valentine’s day for Edwin Miller as he bowled his second career 300 game at the 32nd Annual Southern Nevada-California Deaf Bowling Association event held at Carter Lanes in Fullerton, California. Miller averaged 218 for this tournament. His first 300 took place three years ago at Las Vegas.

Dover woman enjoys 'challenging' experience in Italy as coach of U.S. deaf bowling team

Lindy Decker-Heilman said being a rookie coach of the United States team at the World Deaf Bowling Championships in Bologna, Italy, this summer was a challenging experience.

In 2005, Decker-Heilman earned gold medals in the singles and masters categories at the Deaflympics in Melbourne, Australia. She also notched silver medals in the team and trio event.

Read more: http://www.yorkdispatch.com/localsports/ci_28934123/dover-woman-enjoys-challenging-experience-italy-coach-u

Source: York Dispatch

Results of 3rd World Deaf Bowling Championships

2015 World Deaf Bowling ChampionshipsResults of the 3rd World Deaf Bowling Championships at Bologna, Italy.

Men’s Singles: 1st - Simon Wildnhayn, Germany (184); 2nd - Cheng-En Lin, Chinese Taipei (166).

Women’s Singles: 1st - Shu-Min Huang, Chinese Taipei (211); 2nd - Zhanna Moskalenko, Russiaa (170).

Men’s Doubles: 1st - Sweden (472). 2nd - Ukraine (380).

Women’s Doubles: 1st - Taisoon Kim/Sunok Park, South Korea (368); 2nd - Nadezhda Korablinova/Olga Lotina, Russia (303).

Men’s Triples: 1st - Chiu/Lin/Hshieh, Chinese Taipei (553); 2nd - Nordell/Flink/Elofsson, Sweden (496).

Women’s Triples: 1st - Russia (579); 2nd - Chinese Taipei (548).

Men’s Teams: 1st - Russia (904); 2nd - Germany (807).

Women’s Teams: 1st - Russia (971); 2nd - South Korea (904).

Full Results of 2015 World Deaf Bowling Championships.

World Deaf Bowling Championships

2015 World Deaf Bowling ChampionshipsThe 3rd World Deaf Bowling Championships is currently underway at Bologna, Italy and will continue until August 30th.

With 120 bowlers in the men’s singles event, Simon Wildenhayn of Germany defeated Cheng-En Lin of Taiwan 195 to 173 for the gold medal. In the women’s singles event with 76 bowlers, Shu-Min Huang of Taiwan won the gold with a final score of 211. Hanna Moskalenko captured the silver with 170.

In the men’s double event with 60 pairs, Sweden topped Ukraine 472-380 in the finals for the gold medal. Results of the women’s double event was not available at the time this article was posted.

Results of World Deaf Bowling Championships

Decker-Heilman to help coach U.S. team at World Deaf Bowling Championships

By Barry Sparks

Lindy Decker-Heilman left York on Friday for Bologna, Italy, where she will help coach the United States team at the World Deaf Bowling Championships from Aug. 20 to 30.

In 2005, Decker-Heilman earned gold medals in the singles and masters categories at the Deaflympics in Melbourne, Australia. She also notched silver medals in the team and trios events.

Read more: http://www.ydr.com/sports/ci_28647043/decker-heilman-help-coach-u-s-team-at

Source: The York Daily Record

Boronia tenpin bowler Kingsley Williams will go for gold at Deaf Sports New Zealand’s Queen’s Birthday Open Championships in Adelaide

By Jordy Atkinson

BORONIA’S Kingsley Williams is the king of the pins and has the medals to prove it.

Born with impaired vision and hearing, Williams, a crack tenpin bowler, scored three bronze medals at the International Blind Sports Federation (ISBA) World Championships and Games in South Korea last month.

And this weekend he’ll compete at Deaf Sports New Zealand’s Queen’s Birthday Open Championships in Adelaide.

Read more: http://www.heraldsun.com.au/leader/outer-east/boronia-tenpin-bowler-kingsley-williams-will-go-for-gold-at-deaf-sports-new-zealands-queens-birthday-open-championships-in-adelaide/story-fnrwkhlp-1227384493281

Source: Herald Sun

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