2008 World Indoor Bowls Championship

2008 World Indoor Bowls Championship

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The 2008 World Indoor Bowls Championships was held at Potters Leisure Resort, Hopton on Sea, Great Yarmouth, England, from 08-27 January 2008. The event was sponsored by Potters Holidays. Alex Marshall won the men's singles defeating Ian Bond in the final achieving a record fifth title. Despite the fact that a women's singles tournament was held Ceri Ann Davies was also permitted to compete in the men's singles competition.

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1984 World Indoor Bowls Championship

The 1984 Embassy World Indoor Bowls Championship was held at the Coatbridge indoor bowling club, North Lanarkshire, Scotland, from 7-12 February 1984. Jim Baker won the title beating Nigel Smith in the final 21-18.

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2016 World Outdoor Bowls Championship

The 2016 World Outdoor Bowls Championship was held at the Burnside Bowling Club in Avonhead, Christchurch, New Zealand from 29 November to 11 December 2016. There were eight events that determined the 2016 world champions, the men's singles, doubles, triples and fours and the women's singles, doubles, triples and fours.

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2001 World Indoor Bowls Championship

The 2001 Potters Holidays World World Indoor Bowls Championship was held at Potters Leisure Resort, Hopton on Sea, Great Yarmouth, England, from 11-27 January 2001. In the singles Paul Foster won his second title beating Richard Corsie in the final. In the pairs Les Gillett and Mark McMahon defeated Hugh Duff & Paul Foster in the final. The women's singles competition took place in Belfast from March 28-30. The title was won by Betty Brown.

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2000 World Outdoor Bowls Championship – Men's Pairs

The 2000 Men's World Outdoor Bowls Championship - Men's Pairs was held at Marks Park Bowling Club, in Johannesburg, South Africa, from 1-15 April 2000. Alex Marshall & George Sneddon of Scotland won the gold medal.

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2020 World Outdoor Bowls Championship

The 2020 World Outdoor Bowls Championship will to be held at the Broadbeach Bowls Club, Musgrave Hill Bowls Club and Club Helensvale on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia. Originally scheduled from 23 May to 7 June 2020, before the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak forced the postponement of the event as Australia's borders are closed to foreign travellers. It was rescheduled from 22 May to 6 June 2021 but then suffered a further delay with new dates of 7 September to 19 September being announced. There are eight events that determine the 2020 world champions, the men's singles, doubles, triples and fours and the women's singles, doubles, triples and fours and in addition there are two overall team winners who receive the Leonard and Taylor trophies respectively.

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World Bowls Championship

The World Bowls Championship is the premier world bowls competition between national bowls organisations. The premier indoor event is the World Indoor Bowls Championships listed separately and is organised by the World Bowls Tour.

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1992 World Outdoor Bowls Championship

The 1992 Men's Woolwich World Outdoor Bowls Championship was held at Beach House Park, Worthing, England, from 8-23 August 1992. The 1992 Women's Henselite World Championship was held at the Northfield Bowling Complex in Ayr, Scotland from 6-20 June 1992.

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1980 World Indoor Bowls Championship

The 1980 Embassy World Indoor Bowls Championship was held at the Coatbridge indoor bowling club, North Lanarkshire, Scotland, from 25 Feb - 2 Mar 1980. David Bryant won his second consecutive title beating Philip Chok in the final.

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2004 World Outdoor Bowls Championship – Women's Triples

The 2004 World Outdoor Bowls Championship - Women's Triples was held at Victoria Park, Leamington Spa in England. Originally the championships were going to take place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia during 2003 but due to political reasons it was moved to England the following year. Trish Steyn, Jill Hackland and Loraine Victor of South Africa won the triples gold medal.

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2016 US Open Lawn Bowls Championship

The 2016 US Open Lawn Bowls Championship was held at Sarasota Lawn Bowling Club, Florida, United States, in November 2016. MZ-Line 4H 30D

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1969 World Outdoor Bowls Championship

The 1969 Women's World Outdoor Bowls Championship was held at the Elizabethan Bowls Club in Rockdale, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, from 4-12 December 1969. The event was organised by the newly affiliated International Women's Bowling Board in 1969 without the British Isles as members. This resulted in a first International Tournament with just six nations taking part. Gladys Doyle won the singles which was held in a round robin format. The Pairs, Triples and Fours Gold and Taylor Trophy all went to South Africa.

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