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European Deaf Bowling Championships

The Austrian Deaf Sports Association wrapped up the 10th European Deaf Bowling Championships at Vienna last week with 201 bowlers from 24 countries.

May 19 - Trios Women

Russia women won gold with 3361. Finland was in second with 3198 and Ukraine in third with 3174.

Trios Women Results

2014 EC Bowling Trios Women
2014 European Deaf Bowling Championships - Women Trios (Photo courtesy of European Deaf Sports Organisation

May 20 - Trios Men

Russia captured the gold in the Trios with a new European record of 3740. Ukraine came in second at 3627 and Sweden in third with 3521.

Trios Men Results

2014 EC Bowling Trios Men
2014 European Deaf Bowling Championships - Men Trios (Photo courtesy of European Deaf Sports Organisation

 May 22 - Teams Women

Russia won the gold in teams tourney with 5573. Finland in second place with 5244 and Czech Republic in third with 5101.

Teams Women Results

2014 EC Bowling Team Women
2014 European Deaf Bowling Championships - Women Team (Photo courtesy of European Deaf Sports Organisation

May 22 - Teams Men

Germany captured the gold with 5892. Russia in second place with 5702 and Sweden in third with 5592.

Teams Men Results

2014 EC Bowling Team Men
2014 European Deaf Bowling Championships - Men Team (Photo courtesy of European Deaf Sports Organisation

May 22 - All Events Women

Nadeza Korablina of Russia had the highest score in all events with 4997 for an average of 208.2 for the gold. Olga Latina also of Russia won silver with 4747, 197.8 average. Stau Lintula captured the Bronze with 4515, 188.1 average.

All Events Women Results

2014 EC Bowling All Events Women
2014 European Deaf Bowling Championships - All Events Women (Photo courtesy of European Deaf Sports Organisation

May 22 - All Events Men

Frederic Delsol of France finished all events on top with 5055, 210.6 average to win the gold. Simon Wildnhayn of Germany won silver with 4990, 207.9 average. Vladmir Grigoyev from Russia finished with a bronze with 4895, 204.0 average.

All Events Men Results

2014 EC Bowling All Events Men
2014 European Deaf Bowling Championships - All Events Women (Photo courtesy of European Deaf Sports Organisation

European Deaf Bowling Championships

The Austrian Deaf Sports Association is currently hosting the 10th European Deaf Bowling Championships at Vienna. 201 bowlers from 24 countries will compete in multiple events from May 14th to May 24th.

May 15 - Women Singles
Russia's Nadezda Korablinova won the gold and set two tournament records scoring 268 in fifth game and 1296 for six games. Eva Ulfsparre of Sweden finished second with 1165 and Ragnheidur Thorgilsdottir of Iceland came in third with 1133.

Women Singles Results

2014 EC Bowling Singles Women2014 European Deaf Bowling Championships - Women Singles (Photo courtesy of European Deaf Sports Organisation)

May 16 - Men Singles
The Men's singles event had 106 bowlers and the top three finishers were separated by 27 points. Great Britain's Damien Bates captured the gold with 132, Simon Wildenhayn of Germany came in second with 1318, and Frederic Delsol of France rounded out the top three with 1298.

Men Singles Results

2014 EC Bowling Singles Men2014 European Deaf Bowling Championships - Men Singles (Photo courtesy of European Deaf Sports Organisation)

May 17 - Women Doubles
Russia women finished first and third in the doubles event. The Russia duo of Nadezda Korablinova and Olga Lotina won in a landslide with 2344. Evgenia Fermani and Themis Berti of Greece finished second with 2179. The second team from Russia, Nadezhda Shakhbazian and Svetlana Lipkina finished third with 2157.

Women Doubles Results

2014 EC Bowling Doubles Women2014 European Deaf Bowling Championships - Women Doubles (Photo courtesy of European Deaf Sports Organisation)

May 18 - Men Doubles
The men's doubles event was a thrilling one with the outcome decided at the last throw.
Germany's double pair, Kevin Lindemann and Simon Wildenhayn won their first gold with 2426. Frederic Divol and Frederic Delsol of France came in second with 2413. Damien Bates and Matt Forsyth of Great Britian finished third with 2394. 13 points separated the top two teams and 19 points was the margin between second and third place teams.

Men Doubles Results

2014 EC Bowling Doubles Men2014 European Deaf Bowling Championships - Men Doubles (Photo courtesy of European Deaf Sports Organisation)

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