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Cedar Rapids teen among bowlers to represent Team USA in Bowling World Youth Championships



CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) – Eight talented bowlers have been selected to represent the United States as part of Junior Team USA at the 2024 International Bowling Federation World Youth Championships in Incheon, Korea.

The group will be led by Team USA Coach Kelly Kulick, a United States Bowling Congress Hall of Famer who also serves as the head coach of Junior Team USA. She will be assisted by fellow hall of famer Kendra Cameron-Curry, USBC Program Director-High Performance.

The 2024 World Youth Championships will run from July 7-18 and be contested at Incheon’s 32-lane Fiesta Bowling Center.

The bowlers selected are:

Men’s team

  • Zach Andresen of Cedar Rapids, Iowa
  • Jacob Bockstie of Nottingham, Maryland
  • Brandon Bohn of Jackson, New Jersey
  • Braden Mallasch of Waupaca, Wisconsin

Women’s team

  • Katelyn Abigania of San Diego
  • Gianna Brandolino of Channahon, Illinois
  • Jillian Martin of Stow, Ohio
  • Annalise O’Bryant of Ball Ground, Georgia

Singles qualifying and match play will take place from July 10-12, doubles preliminary rounds will run from July 12-15, team qualifying and match play will occur on July 15-16 and all phases of mixed team competition will happen on July 17.

The tournament will end on July 18 with semifinal- and final-round action in singles, doubles, and team, medal ceremonies, and the victory banquet.

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