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World Tenpin Bowling Association

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Abbreviation  World Bowling or WTBA
Headquarters  Helsinki, Finland
First event  1952
Website  World Bowling
President  Sheikh Talal Mohammed Al-Sabah

The World Tenpin Bowling Association of World Bowling is a ten-pin bowling organisation which independently formulates its own policies, which may not conflict with WB Statutes. They also promulgate and enforce playing rules and equipment specifications, conduct world championships, oversee zone championships and grant approval for other international tournaments.

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The WTBA manages the World Bowling Tour.

History

International bowling began during the 1930s under the International Bowling Federation. The attempt to unite all the bowlers in the world created Fédération Internationale des Quillers (FIQ) in 1952; the body renamed itself World Bowling in 2014.

Worldwide Zones

It is divided into the following geographical Zones:

  • Pan American Bowling Confederation [1] which consists of North and South America
  • Asian Bowling Federation [2] which consists of Asia, Australia, Western Pacific
  • European Tenpin Bowling Federation [3] which consists of Europe and Africa and is host top the European Bowling Tour (similar to that of the PBA's Tour)
  • National organizations qualify to become WB member federations based on certain admission criteria. Currently, WB has 123 members. In some cases, the member represents only the Tenpin discipline or the Ninepin discipline. In other cases the member represents both disciplines.

    The WB Presidium (similar to an Executive Committee) is responsible for legislative matters, membership fees, fiscal plans and general administration of WB programs. It also has authority to hear and determine disputes between WB members or between WB members and WTBA.

    References

    World Tenpin Bowling Association Wikipedia


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