Nine-pin bowling Single's World Championships

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Nine-pin bowling
Single's World Championships
Statusactive
Genresporting event
Date(s)Until 2012 - October
Since 2014 - May
Frequencybiennial (even years)
Location(s)various
Countryvarying
Inaugurated2006
Most recent2018
Next event2020
Organised byWNBA NBC
Websitewww.wnba-nbc.de

The nine-pin bowling Single's World Championships is a biennial nine-pin bowling competition organized by the World Ninepin Bowling Association (WNBA NBC). The World Championships was started in 2006, after dividing the championships into Team's and Single's. [1] [2] [3]

During the first championships in Skopje, the pairs event took place for the last time in history. Since 2008, the Single's Championships have in the program sprints and mixed tandems events, after removing them from the Team Championships (successively in 2005 and 2007).

List of championships[edit]

Edition Year City Country Date Events Top of the
medal table
Notes
1st 2006 Skopje  Macedonia 23 - 28 Oct 6  Slovenia Only with pair
2nd 2008 Banja Luka  Bosnia and Herzegovina 21 - 25 Oct 7  Serbia First with sprint and mixed tandem
3rd 2010 Ritzing  Austria 24 - 30 Oct 7  Serbia
4th 2012 Leszno  Poland 21 - 27 Oct 7  Croatia
5th 2014 Brno  Czech Republic 18 - 24 May 7  Hungary
6th 2016 Novigrad  Croatia 22 - 28 May 7  Serbia
7th 2018 Cluj-Napoca  Romania 20 - 26 May 7  Serbia
8th 2020 Tarnowo Podgórne  Poland (2) 17 - 23 May 8
9th 2022 Tartu  Estonia 22 - 28 May 8
10th 2024 Bratislava  Slovakia TBD 8

Medal count[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Serbia12101436
2 Hungary811726
3 Croatia841123
4 Germany56819
5 Slovenia43815
6 Czech Republic43411
7 Romania36615
8 Slovakia2158
9 Austria1247
10 Poland1001
11 North Macedonia0123
12 France0112
13 Italy0044
14 Bosnia and Herzegovina0011
 Sweden0011
Totals (15 nations)484876172

List of hosts[edit]

List of hosts by number of championships hosted.

Times
hosted
Host Year(s)
2  Poland 2012, (2020)
1  Austria 2010
1  Bosnia and Herzegovina 2008
1  Croatia 2016
1  Czech Republic 2014
1  Estonia (2022)
1  North Macedonia 2006
1  Romania 2018
1  Slovakia (2024)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WNBA history from official site".
  2. ^ "Women medalists of nine-pin bowling World Championships" (PDF).
  3. ^ "Men medalists of nine-pin bowling World Championships" (PDF).