Tom Hahl (born October 6, 1965 in Hämeenlinna) is a Finnish ten-pin bowler who has won bowling titles in 16 different countries worldwide in his international career.[ citation needed ]
He made Finnish National Team for the first time aged 18. In 1987 at the FIQ World Championships he won the individual Bronze medal in the Masters, All-Events and a Silver medal in Trios and Five man teams.[ citation needed ] In 1990 he won the prestigious AMF World Cup in Pattaya Thailand. In 2002 he participated in the World Games in Akita, Japan, by finishing third. Tom Hahl has bowled 21 career 300 perfect games.[ citation needed ] Hahl is a member of Finnish bowling Hall of Fame. Hahl has been living in and representing Singapore since 1994.
1983 Finnish Youth Championships Silver
1985 Finnish Youth Championships Gold
1986 Finnish Championships Silver
1987 Finnish Championships Gold in Doubles
1988 Finnish Championships Silver in Teams
1989 Finnish Championships Gold
1990 Finnish Championships Bronze
1990 Finnish Championships Bronze in Teams
1991 Finnish Championships Silver
1991 Finnish Championships Gold in Doubles
1995 Finnish Championships Bronze in Teams
1982 European Youth Championships Silver in Teams
1982 Scandinavian Cup Gold
1983 Nordic Youth Silver in Doubles
1983 Nordic Youth Championships Bronze in Teams
1984 European Youth Championships Silver in Teams
1984 European Youth Championships Silver in Trios
1984 European Team Cup Gold
1984 Nordic Championships Bronze in Trios
1986 European Team Cup Gold
1986 Nordic Championships Silver in Doubles
1986 Nordic Championships Bronze in Trios
1986 Nordic Championships Silver in Teams
1987 World Championships Bronze in All Events
1987 World Championships Bronze in Masters
1987 World Championships Silver in Teams
1987 World Championships Silver in Trios
1990 European Cup Silver
1992 European team Cup Gold
1994 World team Cup Bronze
2001 World Games Bronze
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