Bowling eyes end of SEA Games gold drought

/ 04:58 AM July 24, 2019

Filipino bowlers Merwin Tan, Lara Posadas-Wong. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

The men’s and women’s national bowling teams hope to end a long gold medal drought for the Philippines in the 30th Southeast Asian Games later this year.

Philippine team candidates Lara Posadas-Wong and Merwin Tan said the Philippine Bowling Federation (PBF) is doing everything to form the best squad possible to give the country its first bowling crown since the 2005 SEA Games, when the Filipinos bagged four golds and six silver medals for the overall title.


“We cannot assure anything right now, but we’re really practicing very hard,” said Posadas-Wong during the PSA Forum on Tuesday.

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