Bowling World Cup

2015 Bowling World Cup – World Final Results – Las Vegas, USA

Hong Kong’s, Siu Hong Wu and Columbia’s Clara Guerrero are the newest World Champions at the Qubica/AMF Tenpin Bowling World Cup.

Our women’s champion, Kerrie Ryan-Ciach (Mississauga, ON) represented Canada in fine fashion. After a bit of a rough start, Kerrie (in a field of 71 bowlers) fought her way into the top 24 where she fell just shy of the cut to the top 8. We’re proud of our 2003 WORLD CHAMPION and we’re sure she will be tough to beat at the upcoming Canadian National Championships in July, 2016.

Jean-Francois Gorley (Drummondville, QC), in his rookie attempt at the World’s fell short of the cut to the top 24 with a 38th place finish. Not bad in a field of over 85 of the world’s most talented competitors!

Congratulations to both our Canadian Champs!

2015 Bowling World Cup – World Finals – Las Vegas, USA

World Cup

Canadian Champions Jean-Francois Gorley (Drummondville, QC) and Mississauga, ON’s Kerrie Ryan-Ciach have arrived in Las Vegas to compete in the 2015 BOWLING WORLD CUP. Competition begins Sunday, November 15th. Keep up on how they’re doing by visiting

Kerrie, of course, is the 2003 World Champion and 2004 Runner-Up. She was responsible for breaking a long drought in the event for Canada, as we had gone 23 years to that point since the last Canadian won the title. For Jean-Francois this will be his first appearance at the worlds, but that hasn’t stopped Canadians in the past. Ask Kerrie… she won the World title in her first appearance. And of course, Team Canada Head Coach Tye Rose will be there in support of the team!

The entire Canadian bowling community will be cheering them on. Do your part by making your LOCAL MEDIA aware they should be covering this event. Bowling is huge in participation, and it’s time the media knew it. The more voices that speak up, the louder the message will be.