Team USA was the great champion of the Pan American Elite Bowling Championships, Colombia qualified in both branches for the World Cup and World Games 2022.
The Pan American Bowling Championships has ended in Cali, with the United States dominating the United States and the teams qualifying for the World Games in Birmingham USA 2022 and the World Cup, which will surely be hosted again in Dubai, a decision that has yet to be confirmed. 142 polishers from 16 countries participated.
For the World Games, Colombia, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Aruba qualified as women. In males, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Costa Rica and Canada achieved their share. Team USA for being the host has its own assigned spots.
Meanwhile, the United States, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Colombia qualified for the World Cup in the female and male branch: USA, Canada, Colombia and Puerto Rico. Colombia finished the event with a silver medal with Giuliana Franco in the women’s singles and a bronze medal in the Champion of Champions, with the same athlete. From the masculine bronze by Oscar Rodriguez. Both teams qualified for the above-mentioned events for 2022.
The closing day saw the team competition that the United States won in both branches. And in the men’s USA, Canada took gold, Canada took the silver, and Costa Rica took the bronze. Colombia is ranked 6.
In the USA women’s branch, gold and silver medals for Mexico and bronze for Puerto Rico were hung. Colombia ranked fifth.
In all women’s events, medals were awarded as follows: Gold BREANNA CLEMMER, Team USA, silver for Mexico with ILIANA LOMELI and bronze for the USA with BRYANNA COTE. Giuliana Franco was the best for Colombia in fourth place.
In the men’s, the United States took 1st and 2nd places. Gold for Mathieu Russo and silver for Nick Pat, while bronze went to Canada with Mitch Hobby, and Oscar Rodriguez was Colombia’s best in this way, finishing 8th out of 84 competitors. .
Banam Bowling was also awarded the Champion of Champions award, a classification which is also dominated by the United States. In the women’s team USA, Colombia (Juliana Franco Laura Plazas) and Mexico. In men the United States, Puerto Rico and Colombia (Manuel Utalura and Oscar Rodriguez).
USA: 7-2 – 3
PTO. Rich: 2-1 -1
Aruba: 0 – 0 -1
Costa Rica 0 – 0 – 1