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Off the Top of My Head: Malaysia Beating the USA An Upset? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Joe Slowinski   
Thursday, 22 November 2007

After the Women's World Championships, Bowling This Month Editor Jim King asked me to write an Off The Top of My Head article on the "upset" of Malaysia over the United States team.  As an American, who works as a bowling coach at the national level, in Malaysia, I have a unique insight into both the USA and Malaysian bowling programs.  So, I agreed to offer my insight and analysis.  Specifically, I explore whether the win by Malaysia was an upset or not.  You might be surprized at my answer.  To learn more, read on by downloading the November 2007 article.  Click here to download the file.

 
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