Karen Marcano

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Karen Marcano
Personal information
Born 27 July 1979 (1979-07-27) (age 37)
Caracas, Venezuela

Karen Marcano (born 27 July 1979) is a Venezuelan ten-pin bowler.[1]

She finished in 9th position of the combined rankings at the 2006 AMF World Cup. In 2008 she finished first in the Women's World Ranking Masters.[2] In 2009 she won a gold medal at the Pan American Bowling Confederation Championships in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Won two gold medals in masters at PABCON Women's and Central American Games (2010), in 2011 Karen and Amleto Monacelli won the gold medal for the country at PABCON Champion of Champions, later an important Bronze medal at the World Games in masters event(2013), with Alicia Marcano(sister) qualified 1st in Doubles at 2013 combined WTBA World Championship and won the bronze medal in Doubles, and formed part of the bronze medal for Venezuela at women's Team Event, accumulated five medals in the Bolivarian Games, in total Karen has 11 individual titles on the continent.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Karen Marcano". Toronto2015.org. Retrieved 2016-01-05. 
  2. ^ bowlingdigital.com
  3. ^ bowlingdigital.com