A new event on the European Bowling Tour, the Storm Lucky Larsen Masters is the 8th stop of the European Bowling tour and is also the third event of the 2017 World Bowling Tour.
The inaugural LL Masters will be held August 13-27 at 22-lane Baltiska Bowlinghallen in Malmö, Sweden and offers total prize fund of 912.000 Swedish Kronor (SEK), or approximately 95.415 Euro, with 160.000 SEK (€16.740) going to the winner.
All rounds can be watched live on the internet. The Lucky Larsen Masters will be live streamed Aug. 13-25 on luckylarsenmasters.com and Aug. 26-27 on worldbowling.org. For more information, click here.
Top 16 from Step 1 was in Step 2 joined by top 8 from the qualification, forming a field of 24 athletes playing 8 games starting from scratch.
1. Jason Belmonte, Australia: 1838 + 896 = 2734
2. Cameron Weier, USA: 1783 + 906 = 2689
3. Pontus Andersson, Sweden: 1667 + 914 = 2581
4. Jari Ratia, Finland: 1681 + 805 = 2486
5. Britt Bröndsted, Denmark: 1670 + 789 = 2459
6. Sanna Pasanen, Finland: 1686 + 761 = 2447
7. Jesper Svensson, Sweden: 1663 + 780 = 2443
8. Diana Zavjalova, Latvia: 1656 + 759 = 2415
Top four continued to three one game stepladder matches as follows:
183: Pontus Andersson, Sweden
225: Jari Ratia, Finland
226: Cameron Weier, USA
194: Jari Ratia, Finland
245: Jason Belmonte, Australia
180: Cameron Weier, USA
In the women’s division of the tour, we are facing a double Swedish and a double Wegner in the leading positions; Jenny is highest ranked with 587 points and sister Cajsa is second with 453 points. Daphne Tan from Singapore is third with 450 points.
In the men’s division of the tour, Pontus Andersson is leading with 557 points in front of Carsten W. Hansen from Denmark with 530 points and Dominic Barrett from England with 505 points.
Brit Bröndsted from Denmark became the highest ranked in the women’s division for the 19th time in her career. Britt Bröndsted is second at the all times high ranked list, where her fellow countrywomen Kamilla Kjeldsen is first with 20 high ranked positions.
Jason Belmonte became the highest ranked man in the men’s division for the second time in his career.
Click here to see the ranking in the Women’s Division
Click here to see the ranking in the Men’s Division