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5th Asian Indoor & Martial Games 2017
September 15 - 24, 2017  Yimpash Bowling Centre, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
Indonesia vying for more glory

20th September, Ashgabat: Fresh from a successful outing at the 29th SEA Games, Indonesia national bowling team will be vying for more glory when the 5th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games 2017 gets underway at the Games Village Bowling Centre.


Indonesia men's team comprising of 29th SEA Games team silver medallist members, Diwan Rezaldy, Billy Mohammed Islam and Hardy Rachmadian joined by debutant, Fachri Ibnu Askar attempting to emulate their success in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia last month.

The women's team is led by 29th SEA Games Doubles gold and Masters silver medallist, Tannya Roumimper for debutants, Aldila Indryati, Alisha Nabila Larasati and 2017 ABF Tour Hong Kong leg champion, Nadia Pramanik.

The national team went through two days of official practice yesterday and today to get accustomed to the lane conditions before the competition commences on September 21. Teams were divided into two squads - one in the morning and the other in the afternoon.

The participants practised on two oiling patterns, short oil pattern (37 feet) and the long oil pattern (44 feet). Sheikh Talal M. Al-Sabah, President of Asian Bowling Federation and World Bowling appointed Mr Kyohei Akagi (Japan), Ms Vivien Lau (Hong Kong) and Mr Choi Jang Kyu (Korea) as members of the Jury of Appeal.



Indonesia team before their practice session


Dr Danny Santos is the Technical Delegate assisted by Vice President of ABF, Mr Mike Seymour as assistant and Mr John Janawicz, Technical Official responsible for lane dressing and balls registration. Several representatives from Dubai, Hong Kong, Korea and Kuwait were appointed techincal officials to help organise the bowling competition.

The men and women will compete in separate divisions in the Singles (6 games Short Oil), Doubles (6 games Long Oil) and Team of 4 (3 games Long/3 games Short Oil) over the next 5 days commencing on September 21.

The top 8 men and top 8 women finishers in the Singles and top 8 men and top 8 pairs in the Doubles event will advance to the quarter-finals shootout where the top seed will meet the eighth-seed, second vs seventh-seed, third-seed vs the sixth-seed, fourth-seed vs the fifth-seed in a one-game shootout.

The winners will advance to the semi-finals after which the losers will be awarded a bronze medal each and the winners will advance to the final in a one game gold and silver medals match.

In the Team of 4 event, the top 4 men team and top 4 women team after the two blocks of 3 games each will advance the semi-finals where the top seed vs the fourth-seed and the second-seed vs the third-seed in a one-match shootout.

The losers will be awarded a bronze medal each and the winners will advance to the final for the gold or silver medals match. There will be no Masters finals nor All Events.


Photos by Terence Yaw in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan.

Information
  Past Winners
  Technical Handbook
  Competition Schedule
  Participating Countries
  Short Oil Pattern
  Long Oil Pattern
Detailed Scores
SINGLES
  Men Squad A
  Men Squad B
  Men Combined
  Men Qtr-Finals
  Men Semi-Finals
  Men Finals
  Women Combined
  Women Qtr-Finals
  Women Semi-Finals
  Women Finals
DOUBLES
  Men Squad A
  Men Squad B
  Men Combined
  Men Qtr-Finals
  Men Semi-Finals
  Men Finals
  Women Combined
  Women Qtr-Finals
  Women Semi-Finals
  Women Finals
TEAM
  Women Block 1
  Men Block 1
  Women Block 2
  Men Block 2
  Women Semi-Finals
  Men Semi-Finals
  Women Finals
  Men Finals
MEDAL TALLY
  Women Tally
  Men Tally
  Overall Tally
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