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Jason Belmonte

Jason Belmonte About Champion ten-pin bowler won several PBA Tour events in the U.S., and took part international competitions. Other Informations His father ran a local bowling alley New South Wales, where Jason began rolling the ball as early as 18 months of age. He used two hands, a style he continued to use growing …

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Sean Rash

Sean Rash About Professional bowler who became known as one of the world’s best after winning more than half a dozen PBA Tour titles from 2007 to 2013. He won the ESPY Award for Best Bowler in 2012. Other Informations He started his own bowling tournament called Sean Rash Stars of the Future in Alaska …

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Walter Ray Williams Jr.

Walter Ray Williams Jr. About PBA Hall of Fame bowler; also an expert horseshoe pitcher. Other Informations He graduated majoring in physics with a minor in math. He is one of the top ranked ten-pin bowlers in the history of the sport. He married Paige Pennington, and together they adopted a child. Like him, Brendan …

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Mike Fagan

Mike Fagan About Professional bowler nicknamed “The King of Swing” who won a gold medal in mixed doubles at the 2013 World Games. He has also won PBA Tour events like the 2012 Brunswick Euro Challenge. Other Informations He was born in Westbury, New York and became the Teen Masters Champion in 1997. He lost …

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Pete Weber

Pete Weber About Popular professional bowler who has won more than three dozen PBA Tour championships during his career. Despite his success, he has attracted much controversy throughout his career for his drug use and brash attitude. Other Informations He began winning local bowling titles at age fifteen and was able to turn professional at …

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Earl Anthony

Earl Anthony About Many experts consider him to be the greatest bowler of all time. Other Informations He played minor league baseball for the Baltimore Orioles. In 1981, he was voted into the PBA Hall of Fame and the ABC Hall of Fame in 1986. He lived with his wife Susie and had three kids. …

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Chris Barnes

Chris Barnes About PBA bowler who was named Rookie of the Year in 1998 and Player of the Year in 2008. By winning the US Open, PBA World Championship and the Tournament of Champions, he became one of a select few bowlers to earn a career “triple crown.” He also spent four years competing with …

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Carmen Salvino

Carmen Salvino About One of the founding members of the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) who would go on to win 17 PBA Tour titles and become a member of the PBA Hall of Fame. Other Informations A notable early title he won was the 1962 PBA National Championship. He also won two Senior Tour tournaments …

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Billy Hardwick

Billy Hardwick About He was the first bowler ever to capture the Triple Crown, winning the U.S. Open, PBA National Championship, and Tournament of Champions. Other Informations He had great success even before his triple crown, tying a bowling record in 1961 by winning seven titles in a single season. In 2008, he was ranked …

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Bill O'Neill

Bill O'Neill About PBA Tour bowler who won his first major championship, the U.S. Open, in the 2009-2010 season. Other Informations He was a dominant college bowler at Saginaw Valley State University, where he was a first-team All-American all four seasons, and the Bowling Writers Association of America’s Collegiate Bowler of the Year three times. …