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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