22nd November, Palembang: Francois Louw remained unchallenged as the South African retained his lead in the Men's Top 24 qualifying round of the 55th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup while Kelly Kulick of USA snatched pole in the Women's division.
21st November, Palembang: Leader for three days, Francois Louw of South Africa cruised into the Top 24 Round of the 55th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup with a commanding lead over Germany's Oliver Morig, Korea's Lee Wanhee and Indonesia's Ryan Lalisang.
21st November, Palembang: Overnight leader, Natasha Roslan of Malaysia delivered a consistent run in fourth block of qualifying at the 55th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup to lead twenty-three women into the next round.
6th November, Kuwait: 2016 WBT Finals champion, Dominic Barrett of England made the cut for tomorrow's WBT Finals after defeating topseed, Arnar David Jonsson of Iceland twice in the WBT-PBA 13th Kuwait International Open Final Round title match.
5th November, Kuwait: Debutant, Brad Miller of Lees Summit, Mo., snatched a narrow second round victory of the WBT-PBA 13th Kuwait International Open ahead of fellow-pro and Round One winner, Tommy Jones with Canada's Mitch Hupe in third.
5th November, Kuwait: 2019 PBA Hall of Famer, Tommy Jones of Simpsonville, S.C. won the opening round of the finals at the WBT-PBA 13th Kuwait International Open with compatriot, AJ Johnson in second and Canada's Mitch Hupe third.
30th October, Kuwait: Topseed, Esther Cheah of Malaysia and third-seed, Du Jianchao of China captured the prestigious Women's and Men's Masters gold medals at the concluding 25th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships on Wednesday.
29th October, Kuwait: Trios gold medallist, Esther Cheah gave Malaysia hope of capturing the elusive Women's Masters gold medal after topping the first block finals at the 25th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships on Tuesday.
28th October, Kuwait: Hong Kong celebrated a seven-year wait to win the Men's 5-Player Team event at the 25th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships while Korea successfully defended the Team title in the Women's division.
28th September, Bangkok: 2016 champion and topseed, Jesper Svensson of Sweden defeated challenger Sean Rash of USA in the title match of the 2019 PBA-WBT World Bowling Tour Thailand to claim his second Thailand tour title.
27th September, Bangkok: Four-time TV finalist and 2013 champion, Sean Rash of Montgomery, Ill., clinched Round 3 victory of the 2019 PBA-WBT World Bowling Tour Thailand from pace-setter, Wes Malott of Pflugerville, Texas on Friday evening.
27th September, Bangkok: Atchariya Cheng of Thailand snatched Round 2 finals victory of the 2019 PBA-WBT World Bowling Tour Thailand in his final game from pace-setter, AJ Johnson of USA at Blu-O Rythmn & Bowl on Friday.
10th September, Kuching: Second-seed and last year's second runner-up, Sin Li Jane of Malaysia captured the Open Division Masters title of the Sarawak International Open Bowling Championships 2019 after remaining as the "Last Man" standing.
9th September, Kuching: Second-seed, Peter Khor of Singapore bagged his first-ever title with victory in the Youth 25 & Under Stepladder finals of the Sarawak International Open Bowling Championships 2019 at Megalanes Sarawak.
9th September, Kuching: Ahmad Azriq Izamuddin of Team Megalanes Juniors snatched victory in the position round match of the Classified Masters finals at the Sarawak International Open Bowling Championships 2019 for his first title.
1st September, Las Vegas: Incumbent, Sheikh Talal Mohammad Al-Sabah of Kuwait was re-elected President of World Bowling to serve his second four-year team after defeating standing opponent, Perttu Jussila of Finland, 82 to 22 at the World Bowling Congress on Sunday.
30th August, Las Vegas: Two-time silver medallist at the 2017 and 2015 World Championships, Cherie Tan defeated topseed and favourite, Maria Rodriguez of Colombia 2-0 in the Masters final match to win Singapore's first gold at the 2019 World Bowling Women's Championships.
30th August, Las Vegas: Team Colombia fought galantly to defeat Team Sweden 2-1 for their second gold medal of the 2019 World Bowling Women's Championships on Friday.
18th August 2019, Kaohsiung: Xu Zhe-Jia and Su Shu-Wen celebrated a Chinese Taipei double at the ABF Tour Chinese Taipei 2019 with Xu capturing his maiden tour title while Su won the women's crown for the second straight year.
21st July, 2019 Hong Kong: Newly-crowned 2019 Hong Kong Open Men's champion, Rafiq Ismail of Malaysia and Women's second runner-up, Lara Posadas-Wong of Philippines earned their maiden tour title with victory in the ABF Tour Hong Kong 2019.
23rd June, 2019 Macau: 2019 Macao-China International Open first runners-up, Lee Tak Man of Macau and Milki Ng of Hong Kong made amends by capturing the Men's and Women's titles of the ABF Tour 2019 at COTAI Bowling Centre on Sunday.