There were a total of five medal rounds at the 2018 World Bowling Men’s Championships broadcast live on FloBowling, all with compelling action. To help you find the archives and highlights, we’ve listed them all out below.
The singles medal round featured a star-studded lineup of Canada’s Dan MacLelland, Team USA’s Andrew Anderson, Malaysia’s Rafiq Ismail and Team USA’s Kyle Troup. For the full archive, click here. Here are the highlights:
The semifinal matchups in doubles were Korea’s Park Jongwoo and Kim Kyungmin against Team USA’s EJ Tackett and Andrew Anderson, while Canada’s Dan MacLelland and Francois Lavoie took on Malaysia’s Adrian Ang and Tun Hakim. For the full archive, click here. Here are the highlights:
Team USA’s EJ Tackett, Kyle Troup and Andrew Anderson took on Korea’s Park Jongwoo, Koo Seonghoi, Kim Kyungmin in the first semifinal, while Indonesia’s Billy Islam, Hardy Rachmadian and Ryan Lalisang battled Sweden’s Mattias Wetterberg, Jesper Svensson and Martin Larsen in the other semifinal. For the full archive, click here. Here are the highlights:
In the team medal round it was the United States against Singapore and Italy vs. Canada in the semifinals with the winners meeting for the title. The team medal round was a best-of-three Baker format. For the full archive, click here. Here are the highlights:
The Masters medal round featured Team USA’s Kyle Troup, Canada’s Dan MacLelland, Ireland’s Christopher Sloan and Canada’s Mitch Hupe bowling in a best-of-three format. For the full archive, click here. Here are the highlights: