Bowling at the 2006 Asian Games – Men's masters

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Men's masters
at the 2006 Asian Games
Venue Qatar Bowling Center
Date December 9, 2006 (2006-12-09)–December 10, 2006 (2006-12-10)
Competitors 16 from 11 nations
Medalists
gold medal     South Korea
silver medal     Singapore
bronze medal     South Korea
← 2002
2010 →

The men's masters competition at the 2006 Asian Games in Doha was held on 9 and 10 December 2006 at Qatar Bowling Centre.

The Masters event comprises the top 16 bowlers (maximum two per country) from the all-events competition.

Schedule[edit]

All times are Arabia Standard Time (UTC+03:00)

Date Time Event
Saturday, 9 December 2006 09:00 First block
Sunday, 10 December 2006 12:30 Second block
17:30 2nd/3rd place
18:00 1st/2nd place

Results[edit]

Legend
  • DNF — Did not finish

Preliminary[edit]

Rank Athlete Game Total
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
1  Jo Nam-yi (KOR) 265
10
201
10
196
10
237
10
220
0
236
10
247
10
189
0
252
10
246
10
255
10
227
10
230
10
257
10
216
0
201
10
3805
2  Remy Ong (SGP) 220
10
179
0
194
0
181
0
238
10
240
10
266
10
213
0
255
10
247
10
248
0
228
10
258
0
233
10
225
0
253
10
3768
3  Choi Bok-eum (KOR) 167
0
240
10
225
10
189
0
256
10
215
10
199
0
277
10
234
10
239
10
253
10
279
10
257
10
183
0
214
0
162
0
3689
4  Wu Siu Hong (HKG) 193
0
227
10
195
0
279
10
187
0
222
10
213
0
212
10
279
10
203
0
214
0
244
0
270
10
196
0
218
10
237
10
3669
5  Alex Liew (MAS) 193
10
181
0
188
0
232
0
213
10
218
0
246
10
237
10
234
10
207
0
235
10
258
10
204
10
256
10
232
10
227
0
3661
6  Somjed Kusonphithak (THA) 224
10
209
10
193
0
246
10
192
0
201
10
216
10
170
0
224
0
216
10
237
10
288
10
202
0
277
10
254
10
195
0
3644
7  Ryan Leonard Lalisang (INA) 243
10
217
0
194
0
191
0
213
10
207
10
191
0
238
10
212
0
205
0
246
10
279
10
237
0
194
0
259
10
217
10
3623
8  Toshihiko Takahashi (JPN) 246
10
227
10
199
10
216
10
223
10
193
10
223
10
179
0
254
0
171
0
204
0
245
10
228
10
237
0
222
10
226
10
3603
9  Hassan Al-Shaikh (KSA) 255
10
180
0
176
10
225
10
216
0
266
10
220
10
199
10
237
0
201
0
236
0
228
0
201
0
215
0
236
10
225
0
3586
10  Yannaphon Larpapharat (THA) 180
0
218
0
206
10
224
10
236
10
191
0
197
0
256
10
278
10
191
10
243
10
195
0
168
0
225
10
225
0
256
10
3579
11  Lee Yu Wen (SGP) 165
0
247
10
204
0
235
10
233
0
179
0
180
0
198
0
249
10
217
10
256
10
215
0
218
10
245
10
259
10
185
0
3565
12  Saeed Al-Hajri (QAT) 237
10
249
10
209
10
194
0
211
10
204
0
195
10
215
10
197
0
228
0
193
0
204
0
181
0
223
0
216
10
245
10
3481
13  Markwin Tee (PHI) 176
0
215
0
172
0
257
0
228
10
177
0
257
10
203
10
242
10
213
0
201
0
224
0
211
10
226
10
216
0
201
0
3479
14  Bader Al-Shaikh (KSA) 163
0
242
10
233
10
200
10
189
0
218
0
166
0
195
0
221
0
223
10
258
10
299
10
191
0
202
0
211
0
191
0
3462
15  Aaron Kong (MAS) 180
0
204
0
223
10
190
0
200
0
200
0
205
0
161
0
186
0
226
10
203
0
222
0
244
10
249
10
213
0
235
10
3391
 Nayef Eqab (UAE) 179
0
208
0
202
10
214
10
160
0
223
10
202
0
177
0
DNF

Stepladder finals[edit]

2nd/3rd place 1st/2nd place
      1  Jo Nam-yi (KOR) 221 234 455
2  Remy Ong (SGP) 259     2  Remy Ong (SGP) 199 212 411
3  Choi Bok-eum (KOR) 195  

References[edit]

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