Top Bowling Filipino Bawlers

When it comes to sports, including bowling, the Philippines has the most talent in the world. The majority of Filipino bowling legends have died. Let’s find out who they were.

Here are the 10 bowling players in the Philippines

  1. Markwin Tee

    Markwin Tee is a ten-pin bowler from the Philippines. At the 2006 AMF World Cup, he finished ninth in the combined rankings.Markwin Tee
  2. Krizziah Tabora

    Krizziah Lyn Tabora is a Filipino bowler who competes for the Philippines in international bowling competitions.Krizziah Tabora
    Born: 17 March 1991
    Age: 31
    Nationality: Filipino
    Occupation: Ten-pin Bowling
  3. Biboy Rivera

    Engelberto Rivera is a ten-pin bowling world champion from the Philippines. In 2006, he won the WTBA World Tenpin Bowling Championships, and in 2010, he won the Asian Games gold medal in men's singles bowling. Rivera has also been named Athlete of the Year by the Philippine Sportswriters Association twice.Biboy Rivera
    Born: 25 March 1974
    Age: 48
    Nationality: Filipino
    Occupation: Ten-pin Bowling
  4. Oliver Ongtawco

    From the 1970s to the 1980s, Oliver "Ollie" Opeda Ongtawco represented the Philippines in international tournaments.Oliver Ongtawco
    Born: 25 June 1941
    Died: 8 June 2020
    Age: 78 (age at death)
    Nationality: Filipino
    Occupation: Ten-pin Bowling
  5. Lita dela Rosa

    Lita dela Rosa was a 4-time World Tenpin Bowling champion from Cebu, Philippines. In 2018, she was inducted into the World Bowling Hall of Fame and the Philippine Sports Hall of Fame posthumously.

    Lita dela Rosa (July 1994) was a four-time World Tenpin Bowling champion from Cebu, Philippines.
    Lita dela Rosa
    Date of death: July 1994
    Nationality: Filipino
    Occupation: Ten-pin Bowling
  6. Arianne Cerdeña

    Arianne Cerdea is a Filipino ten-pin bowler. She is best known for winning the first gold medal for the Philippines in the Summer Olympics, albeit in a demonstration event, so the medal was not counted in the official medal tally. She won the medal at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea.Arianne Cerdeña
    Born: 11 March 1962
    Age: 60
    Nationality: Filipino
    Occupation: Ten-pin Bowling
  7. Angelo Constantino

    Angelo Constantino was a Filipino bowler who won gold at the 1992 World Youth Bowling Championships in Venezuela in the singles event. He shifted his focus after retiring from competitive bowling to bowling coaching and mentoring a team based at the E-Lanes Bowling Center in Greenhills, San Juan, Metro Manila.

    Constantino was shot multiple times by a man at the E-Lanes Bowling Center on January 11, 2019, and died while being rushed to a nearby hospital. He worked as a manager at E-Lanes until his death.
    Angelo Constantino
    Full name: Angelo Nathaniel Constantino
    Died: January 11, 2019 (aged 48)

    World Youth Bowling Championships

    Gold medal – first place Venezuela 1992 Singles
    Gold medal – first place Venezuela 1992 Doubles
    Silver medal – second place Venezuela 1992 All-events
    Bronze medal – third place Venezuela 1992 Masters

    Asian Games

    Silver medal – second place 1994 Hiroshima Team of 5
  8. Bong Coo

    Bong Coo is a 4-time World Champion Filipino bowler. She is a World Bowling Hall of Fame and Philippine Sports Hall of Fame member. She is the most decorated Filipino athlete, regardless of gender, in any sport per Philippine Republic Act 9064 also known as "Athletes Incentives Act of 2001". As a member of the Philippine national team, she has amassed a total of 78 medals won in regional and world competitions, 37 of which were gold medals.Bong Coo
    Born: 3 June 1948
    Age: 74
    Nickname: "Bong"
    Occupation: Coach, Sports administrator, Sporting apparel design
  9. Liza del Rosario

    Liza del Rosario is a Filipino ten-pin bowler. She won the gold medal in Trios at the 2003 World Championships in Kuala Lumpur. It was the Philippines' first world championship gold medal in 20 years. In 2002, she won gold medals in the Singles and All Events at the 17th Asian Championships in Hong Kong.Liza del Rosario

    Asian Championships

    Gold medal – first place 2002 Hong Kong Singles
    Gold medal – first place 2002 Hong Kong All Events

    World Tenpin Bowling Championships

    Gold medal – first place 2003 Kuala Lumpur Trios World Games
  10. Paeng Nepomuceno

    Rafael Villareal Nepomuceno is Filipino bowler and coach who is a six time World bowling champion. He is a World Bowling Hall of Famer and is the first and only bowling athlete to be awarded with the prestigious IOC (International Olympic Committee) President's Trophy. WikipediaPaeng Nepomuceno
    Born: January 30, 1957
    Age: 65
    Nickname: "Paeng"
    Occupation: Bowling player and coach

    Achievements and Titles World finals

    1976 Bowling World Cup - Champion
    1980 Bowling World Cup - Champion
    1984 Worlds Invitational Tournament - Champion
    1992 Bowling World Cup - Champion
    1996 Bowling World Cup - Champion
    1999 World Tenpin Masters - Champion

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