Bowling

New York-based Bowlero Corp., the world’s largest owner and operator of ten-pin bowling centers, has taken over the Professional Bowlers Association. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Kevin Dornberger, the long-serving president of World Bowling, has stepped down from the role to be replaced by Sheikh Talal Mohammed Al-Sabah.

World Bowling, the unified international body for ninepin and tenpin bowling, has submitted an application for the sport to be considered for inclusion in the programme for the Tokyo 2020 summer Olympic Games.

World Bowling, the unified international federation for ninepin and tenpin bowling, has opted to relocate its headquarters from Arlington, Texas in the US to the Swiss city of Lausanne as part of an ongoing development strategy.

World Bowling, the unified international federation for ninepin and tenpin bowling, has launched a series of digital media initiatives as part of its drive to grow the sport’s fanbase globally.

The World Tenpin Bowling Association has confirmed its ambition to be included in the Olympic Games programme, and will also rebrand as World Bowling.

Despite their role as relative newcomers to Olympic sports bidding, World Bowling tells us why they are more than just plucky outsiders.