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Full Name  Maria Bulanova
Occupation  Ten-pin bowler

Years active  2005–present
Name  Maria Bulanova
Maria Bulanova
Born  October 13, 1998 (age 17) (1998-10-13) Moscow, Russia

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Maria Bulanova (born October 13, 1998) is a right-handed ten-pin bowler from Moscow, Russia, and is considered one of the top players on the Federation of Bowling of Russia (FBR). Champion of Russia 2013-2015, the first in Russian history individual and team gold winner in international youth championships. Fifteen time prize winner of European youth championships (3 gold, 6 silver and 6 bronze). Winner of European Champions Cup 2015. The first Russian athlete to win a Gold medal in an international adult championship. She is a member of team Alliance (Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia) and a member of the Brunswick pro staff.


In September 2013 Maria Bulanova became the youngest player ever (14 y.o.) to win a European Bowling Tour title.

In March 2016 she broke the record over 6 games in Singles of European Youth Championships by a score of 1470.

Currently studying Computer Science (class 2020) at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. Representing Vanderbilt Commodores as a part of Vanderbilt Women’s Bowling Team. First-team All-American 2017 and the National Rookie of the Year 2017 .

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Personal stats

  • Throws: Right
  • Hometown: Moscow, Russia
  • 300 games: 3
  • Highest 3-game series: 809
  • Highest 6-game series: 1483
  • Titles and awards

  • Multiple winner and prizewinner of Russian Youth Championships and Youth Cups 2006-2014 (singles, doubles, teams in different age categories)
  • 13th International Youth Tournament Jeff de Bruges – third place (2010)
  • Winner of 16th JIC Sinjoor International Youth Tournament (2011)
  • Best junior player of Central Federal District of Russia 2011
  • Vice champion of Moscow Region 2011
  • Vice champion of Russia 2012 (singles, teams)
  • Top-8 in masters on European Youth Championships 2012
  • Finalist of masters event on World Youth Championships 2012
  • 4-time prizewinner on European Youth Championships 2013 (1 silver and 3 bronze medals)
  • Vice champion of Russia 2013 (doubles, trios)
  • Winner of RedExpress Russian Open 2013 (12th step of EBT)
  • Champion of Russia 2013
  • Champion of European Youth Championship 2014 in singles and team events, silver in all events
  • Champion of Russia on Russian Team Championships 2014 in all women events - doubles, trios, teams and individual all event
  • 3rd place on 5th Russian Open 2014 (13th step of EBT)
  • 3rd qualyfied, 6th finished on European Champions Cup 2014
  • 4th place and special prize for best women result (299) in one game on 50th Bowling World Cup 2014.
  • Champion of Russia 2014. Bowled her 1st 300 game in final of Championship
  • Winner of 2nd Hurghada Open
  • 4-time prizewinner on European Youth Championships 2015 (1 silver and 3 bronze medals)
  • Champion of Russia on Russian Championships 2015 in all women events - singles, doubles, trios, teams and all event. Rolled the lone women's 300
  • Winner of European Champions Cup 2015
  • 3rd place on 51st Bowling World Cup 2015
  • Champion of European Youth Championship 2016 in singles, silver in all events, teams and masters.
  • Owner of the ETBF's record over 6 games in Singles of European Youth Championships by a score of 1470.
  • Vice-champion on European Champions Cup 2016
  • Southland Bowling League Bowler of the Month for December 2016
  • In the season 2016 - 2017 was named first-team All-American and the national Rookie of the Year
  • References

    Maria Bulanova Wikipedia

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