Former world champion Liza Del Rosario continued her impressive showing in the second block to stay on top in the women’s division of the prestigious 2014 Bowling World Cup being held at the Sky Bowling Center in Wroclaw, Poland.
The 37-year old Del Rosario rolled 256, 207, 246, 217 and 183 in the second block to further improve her score to a total of 2,304 pinfalls.
She had 1,195 on 244, 236, 213, 287 and 215 in the first block.
American Brittni Hamilton moved up to second with 2,280 while Rebecka Larsen of Sweden fell to third with 2,269.
Clara Juliana Guerrero of Colombia (2,229) took the fourth spot followed by Martina Schultz of Germany (2,183), Sandra Gongora of Mexico (2,163), Amanda Larkin of Ireland (2,159), Daria Kovalova of Ukraine (2,150), Kaitlyn Commane of Australia (2,149) and Mariana Ayala of Puerto Rico (2,146).
World Cup bronze medalist Biboy Rivera, on the other hand, dropped to fourth place in the men’s division following his 246, 237, 194, 256 and 194 output in the second block.
The 40-year old Rivera registered a total of 2,330 pinfalls including his 1,203 (244, 267, 222, 268 and 202) in the first block.
He is sharing the No. 4 position with Romeo Gage of Romania, who also had the same score (2,330).
German Tobias Bording rolled 2,441 to claim the pole while erstwhile leader Oron Cohen of Israel (2,344) and American Chris Barnes (2,335) earned the second and third, respectively.
Also in the Top 10 are Mykhaylo Kalika of Ukraine (2,321), Magnus Johnson of Sweden (2,306), Steve Thornton of England (2,282), Dhruv Sarda of India (2,278) and Syafiq Ridhwan Abdul Malek of Malaysia (2,270).