History was made at the World Bowling Women's Championships, held from 6 – 13 December at Zayed Sports City. Joined by dignitaries and bowling fans, 200 participants from 30 delegations spent the week on the lanes, knocking down pin after pin in their quest for gold medals.
As the competition began, Korea showed their ferocity as team member Jeon Eunhee took the gold medal in the Singles competition. Later that afternoon, the American pair of Danielle McEwan and Kelly Kulick held their Doubles medals proudly. In Trios, Korean 2 showed their dominance, and USA's team of five proudly stepped back to the top of the podium. Despite the dominance of these two teams, Singaporean Shayna Ng was crowned the All Event winner with a score of 5587, earning the gold medal by a single point.
As the All Event scores were ranked, the top 24 were invited to participate in the Masters competition. Dominated by Swedes, Singaporeans and Koreans, the field was narrowed as rounds progressed. Ultimately, Jung Dawun of Korea secured her gold medal, and her acceptance of her gold medal from of H.H. Sheikh Talal Al Sabah of Kuwait marked the end of the events.
Throughout the competition, there were five perfect games played, 831 balls registered, and players ranged in age from 16 to 62.
For compete results visit 2015.wwc.worldbowling.org.