Nine-pin bowling Single's World Championships

Last updated
Nine-pin bowling
Single's World Championships
Statusactive
Genresporting event
Date(s)Until 2012 - October
Since 2014 - May
Frequencybiennial (even years)
Location(s)various
Countryvarying
Inaugurated 2006
Most recent 2018
Next event 2020
Organised by WNBA NBC
Website www.wnba-nbc.de

The nine-pin bowling Single's World Championships is a biennial nine-pin bowling competition organized by the World Ninepin Bowling Association (WNBA NBC). The World Championships was started in 2006, after dividing the championships into Team's and Single's. [1] [2] [3]

Nine-pin bowling

Nine-pin bowling is a bowling game played primarily in Europe. European championships are held each year. Over 90,000 members are on teams in Germany, often playing in officially registered Bundeskegelbahnen to be found in almost every sizable town. In Europe overall, there are some 130,000 players. Nine-pin bowling lanes are often found in Austria, Czechia, Slovakia, Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Estonia, Switzerland, Serbia, Slovenia, Croatia, Poland, North Macedonia, Hungary, Brazil and Liechtenstein. The English-speaking countries, having a predominance of facilities for the modern ten-pin sport which originated in the United States, as well as regionally popular "small-ball" bowling sports of various types, do not have many facilities in existence for the nine-pin game in the 21st century. On the other hand, a modified version is played in the US state of Texas.

World Ninepin Bowling Association organization

The Fédération Internationale des Quilleurs (FIQ) is the World Bowling Federation. The FIQ is subdivided into two disciplines, the World Ninepin Bowling Association (WNBA) and the World Tenpin Bowling Association (WTBA). Both organizations were founded by the FIQ in 1973 in London. The WNBA counts approximately 250.000 members in 26 countries on three continents.

The nine-pin bowling World Championships was a biennial nine-pin bowling competition organized by the World Ninepin Bowling Association. The World Championships was started in 1953 and until 1959 took place every two years. The next one was held in 1962 with the assumption of alternating with the European Championships every two years. In 1966, this concept was abandoned and thereafter the championships were biennial until 2004.

Contents

During the first championships in Skopje, the pairs event took place for the last time in history. Since 2008, the Single's Championships have in the program sprints and mixed tandems events, after removing them from the Team Championships (successively in 2005 and 2007).

Skopje City in North Macedonia

Skopje is the capital and largest city of North Macedonia. It is the country's political, cultural, economic, and academic center.

List of championships

EditionYearCityCountryDateEventsTop of the
medal table
Notes
1st 2006 Skopje Flag of North Macedonia.svg  Macedonia 23 - 28 Oct6Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia Only with pair
2nd 2008 Banja Luka Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg  Bosnia and Herzegovina 21 - 25 Oct7Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia First with sprint and mixed tandem
3rd 2010 Ritzing Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 24 - 30 Oct7Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia
4th 2012 Leszno Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 21 - 27 Oct7Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia
5th 2014 Brno Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 18 - 24 May7Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary
6th 2016 Novigrad Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia 22 - 28 May7Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia
7th 2018 Cluj-Napoca Flag of Romania.svg  Romania 20 - 26 May7Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia
8th 2020 Tarnowo Podgórne Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (2)17 - 23 May8
9th 2022 Tartu Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia 22 - 28 May8
10th 2024 Bratislava Flag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia TBD8

Medal count

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia 12101436
2Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary 811726
3Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia 841123
4Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 56819
5Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia 43815
6Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 43411
7Flag of Romania.svg  Romania 36615
8Flag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia 2158
9Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 1247
10Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 1001
11Flag of North Macedonia.svg  North Macedonia 0123
12Flag of France.svg  France 0112
13Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 0044
14Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg  Bosnia and Herzegovina 0011
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 0011
Totals (15 nations)484876172

List of hosts

List of hosts by number of championships hosted.

Times
hosted
HostYear(s)
2Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 2012, (2020)
1Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 2010
1Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg  Bosnia and Herzegovina 2008
1Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia 2016
1Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 2014
1Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia (2022)
1Flag of North Macedonia.svg  North Macedonia 2006
1Flag of Romania.svg  Romania 2018
1Flag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia (2024)

Related Research Articles

Teresa Weatherspoon American basketball player and coach

Teresa Gaye Weatherspoon is a retired American basketball player who played for the New York Liberty and Los Angeles Sparks of the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) and the former head basketball coach of the Louisiana Tech Lady Techsters. In 2011, she was voted in by fans as one of the Top 15 players in WNBA history. In 2016, Weatherspoon was chosen to the WNBA Top 20@20, a list of the league's best 20 players ever in celebration of the WNBA's twentieth anniversary.

Clara Guerrero Colombian ten-pin bowler

Clara Juliana Guerrero Londoño is a Colombian ten-pin bowler who has won Colombian championships and multiple international championships. She has been a member of Team Colombia for twenty years, and another half dozen years on Junior Team Colombia. She has one title on the PWBA Tour since the rebirth of the Professional Women's Bowling Association in 2015.

Womens International Bowling Congress

The Women's International Bowling Congress (WIBC) was an organization for women bowlers formed in 1916 as a counterpart to the American Bowling Congress (ABC).

World Bowling is the world governing body of nine-pin and ten-pin bowling. WB was founded in 1952 in Hamburg, Germany by officials of the International Bowling Association to foster worldwide interest in amateur ten-pin and nine-pin bowling, as well as international friendship by encouraging world and zone tournaments and other competition between bowlers of different countries. WB has been recognized by the International Olympic Committee since 1979 as the governing body for bowling sports. Starting with five member federations in 1952, it grew to 141 in 2010.

The World Tenpin Bowling Championships is a global event that invites all countries that are members of World Bowling to participate.

The 1953 nine-pin bowling World Championships was the first edition of the championships and were held in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, from 21-24 June 1953. Germany sent a united team composed of players from the GDR and the FRG.

The 1955 nine-pin bowling World Championships was the second edition of the championships and was held in Essen, West Germany, from 30 August to 5 September 1955.

2018 nine-pin bowling Singles World Championships

The 2018 nine-pin bowling Single's World Championships was the seventh edition of the single's world championships and was held in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, from 20 May to 26 May 2018.

The men's sprint event at the 2018 nine-pin bowling Single's World Championships was held in Cluj-Napoca, Romania on 23 May 2018.

The women's combination event at the 2018 nine-pin bowling Single's World Championships was held in Cluj-Napoca, Romania from 21 May to 26 May 2018.

The women's single event at the 2018 nine-pin bowling Single's World Championships was held in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Qualification took place on 21-22 May, while the knock-out phase from 24 May to 26 May 2018.

The nine-pin bowling World Team Championships is a biennial nine-pin bowling competition organized by the World Ninepin Bowling Association. The World Championships was started in 2005, after dividing the championships into Team and Single's.

The 1957 nine-pin bowling World Championships was the third edition of the championships and was held in Vienna, Austria, from 9 to 14 June 1957.

1959 nine-pin bowling World Championships

The 1959 nine-pin bowling World Championships was the fourth edition of the championships and was held in Bautzen, East Germany, from 22 to 27 September 1959.

2020 nine-pin bowling Singles World Championships

The 2020 nine-pin bowling Single's World Championships will be the eighth edition of the single's championships and held in Tarnowo Podgórne, Poland, from 17 May to 23 May 2020.

1962 nine-pin bowling World Championships

The 1962 nine-pin bowling World Championships was the fifth edition of the championships and was held in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia, from 24 to 29 September 1962.

2016 nine-pin bowling Singles World Championships

The 2016 nine-pin bowling Single's World Championships was the sixth edition of the single's world championships and was held in Novigrad, Croatia, from 22 May to 28 May 2018.

References

  1. "WNBA history from official site".
  2. "Women medalists of nine-pin bowling World Championships" (PDF).
  3. "Men medalists of nine-pin bowling World Championships" (PDF).