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Written by Joe Slowinski   
Tuesday, 24 April 2007

Bowlers in the Sukan Teras elite youth development program have been training under Slowinski's system for the past year.  How effective is it?  Recently, most of bowlers who tried-out for the Malaysian national team back-up squads were from this program.  An analysis of the results show Slowinski's program is very effective.  Specifically, the average for the Top 20 boys increased nearly ten pins, from 193.7 (2006) to 203 (2007) and the deviation of scores for boys dropped from 5.3 to 3.9 illustrating more consistency. On the girls side, the average of the Top 9 girls went-up nearly 5 pins, from 187.8 to 192.4.  These results come on the heels of a tremendous outing in the Malaysian Schools Championships in which Sukan Teras bowlers earned nearly 100% of the medals and broke four records (U18 boys singles, U18 girls singles, U15 girls singles and all events).  The bowler reference system and elite youth development training program builds champions!  In one year, the system has improved scoring and consistency.

 

 

 

 
 
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 25 April 2007 )
 
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