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Of the 68 articles that I have published in Bowling This Month, 29% have been physical game oriented, 23.5% sport science focused, 19% targeting lane play, 17.6% program or coaching oriented and 10.9% ball motion.. That is 68 consecutive monthly articles published or nearly six straight years of articles.
 

PHYSICAL GAME PHYSICAL GAME DRILLS LANE PLAY BOWLING BALL SPORT SCIENCE in BOWLING MENTAL GAME BOWLING TALK COMMENTARY


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Some of His Bowling Accomplishments

At the 2005 Maine State Tournament, Slowinski throws 290 and 278 on the same day.

Slowinski rolls 279 at the 2007 Malaysian Open. Front 9 with a tap in the 10th, on a clean shot.

 

Joe finishes 186 out of 461 in the 63rd US Open. He was the 62nd amateur and averaged 199 for Rounds 2 & 3. He finished 7th in the BPAA Consolation Shoot-Out.

Joe finishes 325th out of 8000 bowlers in the 2005 Petersen Classic.

Joe shoots 791 (246,267,278) during the 04-05 season

Joe shoots 247 in final to win the March Tri-State Scratch Tournament (May 2005). He qualified 1st (by 40 pins) at +108 (212 176 279 255 186)
on the challenging 42 foot Sport pattern

Joe shoots 1865 (612, 614, 639) at 2004 ABC Tournament in Reno finishing 700th out of 60,500 bowlers (top 1%). He is named by USBC as an athlete delegate.


200+ average since 1985 (participates in several PBA events)

2002 New Hampshire State Scratch All Events Champion
defeated the 2002 ABC National Tournament Scratch All Events Champion

Walk-on Member of the top ranked 1985-86 West Texas State University team (now West Texas A&M). Team included PBA Champions Mike & Mark Scroggins as well as 1984 AMF World Cup Champion Jack Jurek.

Member of the Maine State Record Setting 5 Man Scratch Team (3632 for 3 Games - a 242 per man per game average). Team had 125 strikes in three games with 24 from Slowinski.

2005 Maine State Champion, Doubles & Team

(included 278 & 290 bowled in the same day).
Team included a scratch game of 1286 for 5 bowlers.

2003 Maine State Amateur Champion

2002 Runner-up Maine State Scratch All Events
2113 for 9 games (234.77 tournament average)

2002 New Hampshire State Scratch Doubles Champion

1985 Maine State Junior Scratch All Events Champion

Association Scratch Titles

Involvement in the Sport
2002 - 2004 State Coordinator, Team USA Bowling
Certified Lane Inspector, inspected lanes for the Greater Portland Tenpin Bowling Association, 2004 & 2005
2003, Commissioner, Tenpin Bowling, Maine Games

Joe Featured in February 2004 Issue of American Bowler (pg. 37)

Read his Bowlers Journal articles including:

April, 2004, Coaching in the USA
(3rd Place Prize in Ebonite Bowling Writers Contest)

February, 2004, How Good Are You? Does Your Current Bowling Average Give You Clues As To How You Stack Up Against The Bowlers of the Past?

February 2004, Club Culture, Circa 2004.

June 2003, "How Good Are You"

September 2003, Summer Megabuck Mania: An On-the-Scene Report from Las Vegas.

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