World Tenpin Bowling Championships-women

World Tenpin Bowling Championships-women

World Tenpin Bowling Championships—women
year singles pairs triples fours fives*
1963 H. Shablis (U.S.) United States Mexico United States
1967 H. Weston (U.S.) Mexico Finland Finland
1971 A. Gonzalez (P.R.) Japan United States United States
1975 A. Haefker (W.Ger.) Sweden Japan Japan
1979** L. de la Rosa (Phil.) The Philippines United States United States
1983 L. Sulkanen (Swed.) Denmark West Germany Sweden
1987 E. Piccini (Mex.) United States United States United States
1991 M. Beckel (Ger.) Japan Canada South Korea
1995 D. Ship (Can.) Thailand Australia Finland
1999 K. Kulick (U.S.) Australia South Korea South Korea
2003 Z. Glover (Eng.) England Philippines Malaysia
2005 E. Cheah (Malay.) Germany Taiwan Taiwan
2007 S. O'Keefe (U.S.) South Korea Sweden Malaysia
*In 1963 this event was played as a four-woman team, European style (either the entire game on one lane or half of game on one lane, balance on accompanying lane).
**In 1979 fours were discontinued altogether and triples were introduced.
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