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      November 06, 2001:

-Dorin-Ballard Moves To The Top At The $100,000 Brunswick Women's World Open

11/06/2001 - PWBA
      LAS VEGAS, N.V. - A familiar name sits at the top of the leader board as Carolyn Dorin-Ballard, N. Richland Hills, Texas used a 1,790 second round pin fall to increase her tournament-leading total to 3,693. After 16 games Dorin-Ballard is averaging 230.81 and holds a 33-pin margin over Jennifer Swanson, Shelton, Connecticut, who completed the day with 3,660 and 228.75

      "Scores started to perk up today," said Dorin-Ballard. "I'm thrilled to be bowling well again this week. My ball reaction has been great and it's allowed me to stay consistent with my shot."

      The PWBA leader in titles (6), earnings ($110,670), competition points (15,835), 214.44) this season, Dorin-Ballard is attempting to qualify for her 18th televised championship round. A victory this week would tie her with Patty Costello's all-time professional women's bowling record of seven titles in one season.

      "To be honest I really don't think about Patty's record when I bowl. I'm very proud of what I've accomplished this season. It would be wonderful to tie or pass the record, but it's not going to make my year either way."

      The tournament leader after round one, Swanson fell back a spot with a 1,741 block. Trailing Swanson is Anne Marie Duggan, Edmond, Oklahoma with 3,633 and 227.06. Duggan posted the high round of second day with a 1,812 pin fall. The five-time WIBC All-American has won 15 titles over her 19-year career but is seeking her first championship in 2001.

      In fourth is Liz Johnson, Cheektowaga, New York with 3,606 and 225.37. Johnson is 12-pins ahead of Lisa Bishop, Belleville, Michigan (3,594, 224.62). Bishop was one of two competitors in the second round to tally eight consecutive games with a score of 200 or higher. The high game of the day belonged to Hall of Famer Nikki Gianulias, Vallejo, Calif., who chalked up a 289 and finished the session tied for 21st with 3,315 and 207.18.

      Local PWBA competitors including Wendy Macpherson, 3,402, 212.62 (Henderson), Dede Davidson, 3,368, 210.50 (Las Vegas), Jeanette Robinson, 2,914, 182.12 (Las Vegas), Tammy Buchholz, 2,904, 185.55 (Las Vegas), Trish Holthausen, 2,759,172.43 (Las Vegas), all finished the day in contention to make the cut to the top 24.

      Qualifying for the 62-women field resumes on Wednesday and Thursday (Nov. 6-7) at 10 a.m. Following Thursday morning's games the field will be cut to the top 24 for match play starting Thursday night at 7:00 p.m. and continue with two more eight-game blocks on Friday (Nov. 8 -- 10 a.m., 4:30 p.m.). At the conclusion of 56-game preliminaries, the top five bowlers compete on Saturday (Nov. 10) at 12 p.m. in the championship rounds. ESPN2 will tape the championships and later broadcast them on Monday, November 12 at 9 p.m. and the 13th at 3:00 a.m. (all times are Eastern).

Qualifier Standings After 16 Games:
SQ  POS BOWLER - HOMETOWN                          PINS   AVG   +OR-
A     1 Carolyn Dorin-Ballard - N. Richland Hills, 3693 230.81  +493
A     2 Jennifer Swanson - Shelton, CT             3660 228.75  +460
A     3 Anne Marie Duggan - Edmond, OK             3633 227.06  +433
A     4 Liz Johnson - Cheektowaga, NY              3606 225.37  +406
A     5 Lisa Bishop - Belleville, MI               3594 224.62  +394
A     6 Cara Honeychurch - Australia,              3573 223.31  +373
A     7 Laura Lee Daniel - Corona, CA              3513 219.56  +313
A     8 Michelle Feldman - Skaneateles, NY         3482 217.62  +282
A     9 Kelly Kulick - Union, NJ                   3471 216.93  +271
A    10 Carol Gianotti-Block - Australia,          3455 215.93  +255
A    11 Carol Norman - Ardmore, OK                 3449 215.56  +249
A    12 Leanne Barrette - Pleasanton, CA           3446 215.37  +246
A    13 Marianne DiRupo - Succasunna, NJ           3443 215.18  +243
A    14 Rachel Perez - San Marcos, TX              3434 214.62  +234
A    15 Wendy Macpherson - Henderson, NV           3402 212.62  +202
A    16 Tiffany Stanbrough - Oklahoma City, OK     3380 211.25  +180
A    17 Dede Davidson - Las Vegas, NV              3368 210.50  +168
A    18 Tish Johnson - Northridge, CA              3366 210.37  +166
A    19 Debbie Ayers - Chula Vista, CA             3360 210.00  +160
A    20 Shana Ray - Corpus Christi, TX             3320 207.50  +120
A T  21 Nikki Gianulias - Vallejo, CA              3315 207.18  +115
A       Tennelle Grijalva - Yorba Linda, CA        3315 207.18  +115
A       Brenda Norman - Indianapolis, IN           3315 207.18  +115
A    24 Maxine Nable - Australia,                  3310 206.87  +110
A    25 Cathy Dorin-Lizzi - Linden, NJ             3287 205.43   +87
A    26 Laura Moriarty - Daytona Beach, FL         3278 204.87   +78
A    27 Janette Piesczynski - Cheektowaga, NY      3276 204.75   +76
A    28 Julie Jackson - Rural Hall, NC             3270 204.37   +70
A    29 Karen Stroud - Victoria, TX                3266 204.12   +66
A    30 Alayne Blomenberg - Cranston, RI           3256 203.50   +56
A    31 Kim Terrell - Daly City, CA                3252 203.25   +52
A    32 Stacy Rider - La Habra, CA                 3236 202.25   +36
A    33 Kim Adler - Cocoa, FL                      3234 202.12   +34
A    34 Dana Miller-Mackie - Albuquerque, NM       3220 201.25   +20
A    35 Keli Rapp - Fayetteville, NY               3213 200.81   +13
A    36 Tammy Turner - Ogden, UT                   3198 199.87    -2
A    37 Michelle Mullen - Dearborn, MI             3197 199.81    -3
A    38 Marcia Kamrowski - Boca Raton, FL          3190 199.37   -10
A    39 Aleta Sill - Dearborn, MI                  3179 198.68   -21
A    40 Lisa Wagner - Ft. Myers, FL                3176 198.50   -24
A    41 Dina Wheeler - Royal Palm Beach, FL        3172 198.25   -28
A    42 Kathy Tribbey - Newberg, OR                3171 198.18   -29
A    43 Vicki Fischel - Lakewood, CO               3139 196.18   -61
A    44 Char Hammel - Brea, CA                     3086 192.87  -114
A    45 Cheryl Daniels - West Bloomfield, MI       3082 192.62  -118
A    46 Barbara McFadden(am) - Los Angeles, CA     3077 192.31  -123
A    47 Lisa Stevens - St. Charles, IL             3035 189.68  -165
A    48 Karen Bowlby - Logan, OH                   3017 188.56  -183
A    49 Shannon Duplantis - New Orleans, LA        3006 187.87  -194
A    50 Gail Burski - Simi Valley, CA              3002 187.62  -198
A    51 Judy Vogel - New Orleans, LA               2952 184.50  -248
A    52 Sandy Postma - Lansing, IL                 2926 182.87  -274
A    53 Jeanette Robinson - Las Vegas, NV          2914 182.12  -286
A    54 Tammy Buchholz - Las Vegas, NV             2904 181.50  -296
A    55 Holly Milz - Janesville, WI                2872 179.50  -328
A    56 Leanna Harada - Oxnard, CA                 2865 179.06  -335
A    57 Kathy Williams - Lawndale, CA              2851 178.18  -349
A    58 Charlene Lockitski - North Olmsted, OH     2810 175.62  -390
A    59 Donna Hazel(am) - San Jose, CA             2805 175.31  -395
A    60 Trish Holthausen(am) - Las Vegas, NV       2759 172.43  -441
A    61 Melody Rane - Tucson, AZ                   2753 172.06  -447
A    62 Nicole Herrmann - Chatsworth, CA           2550 159.37  -650


-Wisconsin Woman Named Official WIBC National High Average Award Winner

11/06/2001 - Bowling Newsline
      GREENDALE, Wis. - The Women's International Bowling Congress has announced that Kim Parrott, Green Bay, Wis., has been named the 2000-01 WIBC National High Average Award winner. Parrott established a 233 average for 48 games during the 2000-01 bowling season in the Riv's Rowdies league at Riviera Lanes in Green Bay.

      "WIBC is pleased to acknowledge Kim's tremendous achievement in winning the 2000-01 WIBC National High Average Award," said WIBC Executive Director Roseann Kuhn. "Kim demonstrated consistent excellence on the lanes this season."

      An engraved National High Average medal symbolizing Parrott's achievement will be sent to the Green Bay Women's Bowling Association for a special presentation.

      Detroit's Altramese Webb originally was declared winner of the National High Average Award in October after averaging 231 in the Clover Lanes Ten Grand League at Clover Lanes in Livonia, Mich. WIBC was notified of Parrott's score after the reporting deadline, but believed it was appropriate to recognize her accomplishment with the national award.

      "WIBC will review the reporting process for the selection of the National High Average Award winner so that these dilemmas may be avoided in the future," said WIBC Director of Services Sheila Nyren. "Altramese and Kim are to be congratulated on their fine performances."

      The WIBC is the world's oldest and largest women's sports membership organization with nearly 1.4 million members. WIBC's mission is, "To identify and fulfill the needs of women bowlers."


-Kirsten Penny And Scott Norton Lead At 37th AMF Bowling World Cup

11/06/2001 - AMF Bowling
      PATTAYA, Thailand -- England's Kirsten Penny and the U.S.'s Scott Norton are the leaders after 16 and 24 games, respectively, at the 37th AMF Bowling World Cup, underway at P.S. Bowling Pattaya in Pattaya, Thailand.

      Penny, who finished third in the 2000 Bowling World Cup, maintains a 56-pin lead over her nearest rival, Sweden's Asa Wetterlund, after Wetterlund posted a closing 289 game Tuesday night. Penny has a 16-game total of 3,481 pins and a 217.56 average, while Wetterlund stands at 3,425 pins and has a 214.06 average.

      The English star fell off in scoring Tuesday after putting up a 259 game midway through her eight-game block. "I didn't play the lanes any differently, but I did leave a lot of taps [single pins] tonight," she said. "Pacing is something I always have to be aware of, and I know I tend to throw harder when I get a little tense, which causes you to get tapped more. So that's something I will have to watch."

      Earlier Tuesday Scott Norton became the 14th person in Bowling World Cup history to roll a perfect game. He finished his first 24 games with 5,361 in total pinfall, seven pins ahead of Ryan Lalisang of Indonesia, who has 5,354 pins. The U.S. national amateur champion is averaging 223.38, while Lalisang is pacing at 223.08.

      The 1999 men's Bowling World Cup champion, Ahmed Shaheen of Qatar, holds third place in his division with 5,315 pins and a 221.46 average; but defending women's champion Mel Isaac of Wales, is languishing in 30th position with 2,862 pins and a 178.88 average, despite rolling a 288 game Tuesday night.

      Thailand's Somdech BoonLung jumped from 43rd to 28th place Tuesday. She has 2,877 pins and a 179.81 average. "I feel everything is under control, with my ball reaction and concentration, and I hope that I can make it to the top 24 tomorrow."

      The top 24 men advance to the next stage of qualifying on Wednesday, when they will bowl 16 more games. Thailand's Wiwat Yuthanakornchai failed to make the cut, finishing in 36th place with 4,727 pins and a 196.96 average, 122 pins out of 24th position. Three athletes withdrew from the competition Tuesday— Yemane Mekonnen of Ethioipia (illness), Giovanni Ercolani of San Marino (injury) and Dean Lightbourn of Bermuda (illness).

      The women finish their first 24 games of qualifying Wednesday morning. The top 24 women following Wednesday morning's action return Thursday for 16 additional games.

Standings after 16 games -- Women:
1, Kirsten Penny, England, 3481 pins, 217.6 average. 2, Asa Wetterlund, Sweden, 3425, 214.1. 3, Ross Greiner, Netherlands, 3395, 212.2. 4, Nachimi Itakura, Japan, 3382, 211.4. 5, Liza del Rosario, Philippines, 3332, 208.3. 6, Melody Yeung, Hong Kong, 3283, 205.2.

7, Ann Maree Putney, Australia, 3222, 201.4. 8, Shalin Zulkifli, Malaysia, 3156, 197.3. 9 (TIE) Diane Buchanan, Canada, and Heidi Larnia , Finland, 3153, 197.1. 11, Pascale Moynot, France, 3147, 196.7. 12, Kristal Scott, USA, 3133, 195.8.

13, Sian Wood, St Helena, 3132, 195.8. 14, Liao Pei Shan, China, 3104, 194.0. 15, Chiung-Yao Huang, Chinese Taipei, 3102, 193.9. 16, Belinda Tan, New Zealand, 3095, 193.4. 17, Irene Kragh-Eckell, Norway, 3094, 193.4. 18, Patricia Vezzu, Belgium, 3049, 190.6.

19, Sayuri Yamada, Mexico, 3032, 189.5. 20, Lena Sulkanen, Denmark, 3031, 189.4. 21, Melissa Anastasi, Malta, 3008, 188.0. 22, Jennifer Tan, Singapore, 3000, 187.5. 23, Yvonne Lynch, Ireland, 2983, 186.4. 24, Maria Toth, Hungary, 2942, 183.9.

25, Sylvia Meurer, Germany, 2904, 181.5. 26, Lisa Paluzzi, South Africa, 2903, 181.4. 27, Maria Cristina Sgrosso, Italy, 2887, 180.4. 28, Somdech BoonLung, Thailand, 2877, 179.8. 29, Susan Mutch, Scotland, 2865, 179.1. 30, Mel Isaac, Wales, 2862, 178.9.

31, Aleka Zorba, Greece, 2857, 178.6. 32, Edna Maduro, Aruba, 2856, 178.5. 33, Maria Otero, Argentina, 2842, 177.6. 34, Inna Zavialova, Russia, 2805, 175.3. 35, Rose-Anna Telcide, Martinique, 2789, 174.3. 36, Elena Zemtsova, Kazakhstan, 2757, 172.3.

37, Hilde Weishaupt, Switzerland, 2747, 171.7. 38, Eveline Norzt, Austria , 2735, 170.9. 39, Beata Szostak, Poland, 2714, 169.6. 40, Hala Shaarawy, Egypt, 2711, 169.4. 41, Iryna Solop, Ukraine, 2708, 169.3. 42, Glynis Wilson, Northern Ireland, 2705, 169.1.

43, Sabeena Salim, India, 2674, 167.1. 44, Tana Vilner, Israel, 2673, 167.1. 45, Nur Ulyawati, Indonesia, 2643, 165.2. 46, Marina Guseva, Armenia, 2627, 164.2. 47, Pam Hooper, Isle of Man, 2611, 163.2. 48, Thi Hong Thuy Vo, Vietnam, 2610, 163.1.

49, Karina Maslova, Latvia, 2606, 162.9. 50, Marcia Macario , Portugal, 2604, 162.8. 51, Sofiya Hristova, Bulgaria, 2598, 162.4. 52, Joanne Johnson, Guernsey, 2580, 161.3. 53, Catherine Pascual Potot, Spain, 2572, 160.8. 54, Binu Shrestha Pradhan, Nepal, 2567, 160.4.

55, Liudmila Anehdzina, Belarus, 2557, 159.8. 56, Marina McClain, Bahamas, 2522, 157.6. 57, Ketsawan Wongchai, Laos, 2513, 157.1. 58, Carmen Bolanos, Nicaragua, 2486, 155.4. 59, Annick Chassain, French Guyane, 2457, 153.6. 60, Marjan Habib, Bahrain, 2424, 151.5. 61, Moira Viagas, Gibraltar, 2290, 143.1.

Standings after 24 games -- Men (top 24 advance):
1, Scott Norton, USA, 5361 pins, 223.4 average. 2, Ryan Lalisang, Indonesia, 5354, 223.1. 3, Ahmed Shaheen, Qatar, 5315, 221.5. 4, Naif Oqab, UAE, 5297, 220.7. 5, Daniel Falconi, Mexico, 5251, 218.8. 6, Hirofumi Morimoto, Japan, 5223, 217.6.

7, Remy Ong , Singapore, 5140, 214.2. 8, Olli Hossi, Finland, 5133, 213.9. 9, David Davies, New Zealand, 5122, 213.4. 10, Anders Ohman, Sweden, 5114, 213.1. 11, Ives Van Eijken, Belgium, 5091, 212.1. 12, Laurent Plantard, France, 5074, 211.4.

13, Kim Haugen, Norway, 5061, 210.9. 14, Benny Dytoc, Philippines, 5030, 209.6. 15, Yahav Rabin, Israel, 5015, 209.0. 16, Jose Estevez, Spain, 5011, 208.8. 17, Alfred Pang, Hong Kong, 5000, 208.3. 18, Franz Hahn, Austria , 4985, 207.7.

19, Ben Heng, Malaysia, 4965, 206.9. 20, Christian Saint Bonnet, Argentina, 4944, 206.0. 21, Guy Caminsky, South Africa, 4934, 205.6. 22, Frank J Russo, Guam, 4904, 204.3. 23, Paul Moor, England, 4872, 203.0. 24, Sergey Andreev , Russia, 4849, 202.0.

25, Zhong Jian Xiong, China, 4832, 201.3. 26, Kevin Horton, Northern Ireland, 4831, 201.3. 27, Ian Shahid , Bangladesh, 4828, 201.2. 28, Adel Rasti, Bahrain, 4824, 201.0. 29, Chin-Hua Hsueh, Chinese Taipei, 4815, 200.6. 30, Carlo Greulich, Germany, 4785, 199.4.

31, Bob Woolley, Canada, 4770, 198.8. 32, Elton Glen Tromp, Aruba, 4768, 198.7. 33, Nico Thientpondt, Netherlands, 4754, 198.1. 34, Bjarne Thomsen, Denmark, 4730, 197.1. 35, Marco Reviglio, Italy, 4728, 197.0. 36, Wiwat Yuthanakornchai , Thailand, 4727, 197.0.

37, Trevor Wood, St Helena, 4669, 194.5. 38, Michael Muir, Australia, 4642, 193.4. 39, Daniel Suter, Switzerland, 4640, 193.3. 40, Mark Hutton, Scotland, 4638, 193.3. 41, Andrzej Martin, Poland, 4629, 192.9. 42, Maurice Talane, French Guyane, 4617, 192.4.

43, Tarek Helmy, Egypt, 4605, 191.9. 44, Khalil Aqil, Palestine, 4590, 191.3. 45, Bartholomeu Dias, Brazil, 4581, 190.9. 46, Eduardo Padilla, Nicaragua, 4580, 190.8. 47, Phimmanivong Vannarone, Laos, 4569, 190.4. 48, Philip Hatton, Isle of Man, 4568, 190.3.

49, Leli Baldacchino, Malta, 4554, 189.8. 50, Tamas Holczer, Hungary, 4539, 189.1. 51, Marco Vargas, Costa Rica, 4516, 188.2. 52, Stuart Chamberlain, Wales, 4504, 187.7. 53, Willie Javier, Dominican Republic, 4494, 187.3. 54, Ibrahim Haji Ahmad, Brunei, 4472, 186.3.

55, Talal Z Towereb, Saudi Arabia, 4457, 185.7. 56, Dave English, Ireland, 4445, 185.2. 57, Juris Kalnracenis, Latvia, 4415, 184.0. 58, John Koon Kee Chong, Mauritius, 4397, 183.2. 59, Naser Seraj, Kuwait, 4366, 181.9. 60, Takis Xagoraris, Greece, 4332, 180.5.

61, Sameer Jain , India, 4326, 180.3. 62, Edouard dea Bieu , Cote D'Ivoire, 4317, 179.9. 63, Dmitry Stepuk, Belarus, 4282, 178.4. 64, U Ye Min Swe, Myanmar, 4280, 178.3. 65, Thierry Chapal, Martinique, 4269, 177.9. 66, Clarence Wallace, Bahamas, 4257, 177.4.

67, Kumar Tamang , Nepal, 4241, 176.7. 68, Vitaliy Shilan, Ukraine, 4198, 174.9. 69, Cong Minh Le, Vietnam, 4169, 173.7. 70, Mikhail Zemtsov, Kazakhstan, 4103, 171.0. 71, Ashot Grigorian , Armenia, 4101, 170.9. 72, Joao Daniel Oliveira , Portugal, 4051, 168.8.

73, Mike Hosek, Guernsey, 4044, 168.5. 74, Rayko Pepelanov, Bulgaria, 4020, 167.5. 75, Stephen King, Jersey, 4010, 167.1. 76, Patrick Leroy, Morocco, 4006, 166.9. 77, Franjo Katalenic, Croatia, 3934, 163.9. 78, Nasser Abdulnabi , Lebanon, 3847, 160.3.

79, Aydin Jafarov, Azerbaijan, 3845, 160.2. 80, Laurent Sequera, New Caledonia, 3772, 157.2. 81, Ehab Mohammed Ebrahim Al-Amri, Yemen, 3635, 151.5. 82, Shant Panos Tomassian, Iraq, 3630, 151.3. 83, Stuart Watkins, Gibraltar, 3572, 148.8.

84, Bashar Kalaji, Syria, 3520, 146.7. 85, Yemane Mekonnen, Ethiopia, 3245, 154.5 (withdrew). 86, Giovanni Ercolani, San Marino, 3223, 201.4 (withdrew). 87, Dean Lightbourn, Bermuda, 3133, 195.8 (withdrew).


-America's Scott Norton Rolls Perfect Game, Moves Into Lead At 37th AMF Bowling World Cup


11/06/2001 - AMF Bowling
      PATTAYA, Thailand -- Scott Norton, a 19-year-old college student from Sandy, Utah, rolled the first perfect game of the 37th annual AMF Bowling World Cup Tuesday morning, underway at P.S. Bowling Pattaya in Pattaya, Thailand, and took over the lead in the men's division.

      Norton, who will enroll at the University of Utah this spring, saved his best for last as the 300 game, the 14th in Bowling World Cup history, came in the final game of his eight-game set on lanes 31 and 32. The lefthander's perfect game, the 12th of his career and his first in international competition, pushed his 24-game total pinfall to 5,361, seven pins better than the 5,354 posted by Ryan Lalisang of Indonesia. Norton, who had just one game below a 200 score Tuesday, is averaging 223.38 for the first 24 game of the tournament, while Lalisang is averaging 223.08.

      "I don't know how I got into rhythm so quickly—what bowlers call 'the zone'—but everything just fell together this morning," said Norton. "I felt good, I had good ball reaction and pin carry—everything was right.

      "I enjoy bowling under pressure, and I really loved having everyone come over to watch me go for the perfect game," he added. "I wanted to get the 300 for the USA; I've been looking forward to making a good showing for my country."

      Norton's mother, Virginia, a former professional bowler, is not only her son's personal coach, but also the U.S. national coach in this year's Bowling World Cup. "Sometimes the line between being the parent and the coach is extremely delicate, but Scott looked comfortable during the game so I didn't have to give him much direction. I knew when he struck in the ninth frame that he had a great chance at the 300 game," she said.

      Lalisang, a 21-year-old law student from Kalimantan in Timur Province, was gracious about yielding the lead at the last moment. "I did not expect to do as well as I have done so far; this has been a wonderful surprise to me," he said. "I have had a very good year, making the top five in tournaments consistently, and I hope to maintain this momentum for the rest of the World Cup."

      The men complete their first 24 games Tuesday afternoon when Squad A, including Thailand's Wiwat Yuthanakornchai, takes the lanes. The field will be cut to the top 24 following today's competition for the men, and those survivors return Wednesday for 16 more games.

      The women roll their second eight-game block Tuesday night and finish their first 24 games of qualifying Wednesday morning. Kirsten Penny of England is the leader, with 1,766 pins and a 220.8 average. Thailand's Somdech BoonLung is in 43rd place wirth 1,347 pins and a 168.4 average.

Standings after 24 games -- Men:
1, Scott Norton, USA, 5361 pins, 223.4 average. 2, Ryan Lalisang, Indonesia, 5354, 223.1. 3, Ahmed Shaheen, Qatar, 5315, 221.5. 4, Naif Oqab, UAE, 5297, 220.7. 5, Daniel Falconi, Mexico, 5251, 218.8. 6, Hirofumi Morimoto, Japan, 5223, 217.6.

7, David Davies, New Zealand, 5122, 213.4. 8, Laurent Plantard, France, 5074, 211.4. 9, Kim Haugen, Norway, 5061, 210.9. 10, Benny Dytoc, Philippines, 5030, 209.6. 11, Jose Estevez, Spain, 5011, 208.8. 12, Alfred Pang, Hong Kong, 5000, 208.3.

13, Franz Hahn, Austria , 4985, 207.7. 14, Ben Heng, Malaysia, 4965, 206.9. 15, Christian Saint Bonnet, Argentina, 4944, 206.0. 16, Guy Caminsky, South Africa, 4934, 205.6. 17, Paul Moor, England, 4872, 203.0. 18, Kevin Horton, Northern Ireland, 4831, 201.3.

19, Ian Shahid , Bangladesh, 4828, 201.2. 20, Adel Rasti, Bahrain, 4824, 201.0. 21, Chin-Hua Hsueh, Chinese Taipei, 4815, 200.6. 22, Elton Glen Tromp, Aruba, 4768, 198.7. 23, Daniel Suter, Switzerland, 4640, 193.3. 24, Mark Hutton, Scotland, 4638, 193.3.

25, Khalil Aqil, Palestine, 4590, 191.3. 26, Phimmanivong Vannarone, Laos, 4569, 190.4. 27, Philip Hatton, Isle of Man, 4568, 190.3. 28, Willie Javier, Dominican Republic, 4494, 187.3. 29, Juris Kalnracenis, Latvia, 4415, 184.0. 30, Dmitry Stepuk, Belarus, 4282, 178.4. 31, Thierry Chapal, Martinique, 4269, 177.9. 32, Clarence Wallace, Bahamas, 4257, 177.4.

33, Cong Minh Le, Vietnam, 4169, 173.7. 34, Mikhail Zemtsov, Kazakhstan, 4103, 171.0. 35, Mike Hosek, Guernsey, 4044, 168.5. 36, Rayko Pepelanov, Bulgaria, 4020, 167.5. 37, Franjo Katalenic, Croatia, 3934, 163.9. 38, Laurent Sequera, New Caledonia, 3772, 157.2

39, Shant Panos Tomassian, Iraq, 3630, 151.3. 40, Stuart Watkins, Gibraltar, 3572, 148.8. 41, Bashar Kalaji, Syria, 3520, 146.7. 42, Yves Van Eijken, Belgium, 3512, 219.5. 43, Anders Ohman, Sweden, 3453, 215.8. 44, Yahav Rabin, Israel, 3448, 215.5.

45, Remy Ong , Singapore, 3390, 211.9. 46, Olli Hossi, Finland, 3374, 210.9. 47, Frank J Russo, Guam, 3370, 210.6. 48, Bob Woolley, Canada, 3312, 207.0. 49, Carlo Greulich, Germany, 3305, 206.6. 50, Zhong Jian Xiong, China, 3276, 204.8.

51, Yemane Mekonnen, Ethiopia, 3245, 154.5. 52, Giovanni Ercolani, San Marino, 3223, 201.4. 53, Michael Muir, Australia, 3209, 200.6. 54, Bjarne Thomsen, Denmark, 3197, 199.8. 55, Trevor Wood, St Helena, 3176, 198.5. 56, Sergey Andreev , Russia, 3175, 198.4.

57, Nico Thientpondt, Netherlands, 3139, 196.2. 58, Wiwat Yuthanakornchai , Thailand, 3134, 195.9. 59, Dean Lightbourn, Bermuda, 3133, 195.8. 60, Andrzej Martin, Poland, 3104, 194.0. 61, Maurice Talane, French Guyane, 3093, 193.3. 62, Marco Reviglio, Italy, 3075, 192.2.

63, Tarek Helmy, Egypt, 3071, 191.9. 64, Bartholomeu Dias, Brazil, 3062, 191.4. 65, Leli Baldacchino, Malta, 3050, 190.6. 66, Marco Vargas, Costa Rica, 3029, 189.3. 67, Eduardo Padilla, Nicaragua, 3015, 188.4. 68, Tamas Holczer, Hungary, 2974, 185.9.

69, Dave English, Ireland, 2970, 185.6. 70, Naser Seraj, Kuwait, 2949, 184.3. 71, John Koon Kee Chong, Mauritius, 2939, 183.7. 71, Talal Z Towereb, Saudi Arabia, 2939, 183.7. 73, Stuart Chamberlain, Wales, 2918, 182.4. 74, Ibrahim Haji Ahmad, Brunei, 2901, 181.3.

75, Sameer Jain , India, 2867, 179.2. 76, Edouard dea Bieu , Cote D'Ivoire, 2860, 178.8. 77, Kumar Tamang , Nepal, 2853, 178.3. 78, Takis Xagoraris, Greece, 2839, 177.4. 79, U Ye Min Swe, Myanmar, 2773, 173.3. 80, Joao Daniel Oliveira , Portugal, 2746, 171.6.

81, Patrick Leroy, Morocco, 2740, 171.3. 82, Ashot Grigorian , Armenia, 2713, 169.6. 83, Vitaliy Shilan, Ukraine, 2698, 168.6. 84, Nasser Abdulnabi , Lebanon, 2680, 167.5. 85, Stephen King, Jersey, 2676, 167.3. 86, Ehab Mohammed Ebrahim Al-Amri, Yemen, 2522, 157.6. 87, Aydin Jafarov, Azerbaijan, 2405, 150.3.


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