2020 Storm Youth Championship Season Announced

As the SYC has grown, events have been added to the schedule each year. Two events were added in 2018, and the season was expanded to six events in 2019. Our events wouldn’t be possible without the support of the staff of each host bowling center and the families in each community that we visit. In 2020, our schedule will expand to eight events.

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Francois Lavoie Wins 2019 U.S. Open

Just 12 bowlers have been able to wear that coveted green jacket multiple times. On Wednesday night, Francois Lavoie joined that class of champions by earning his second U.S. Open Title at Victory Lanes in Morresville, North Carolina.

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Team Storm at the 2019 US Open

The field at the 2019 US Open has completed 56 games on four challenging conditions at Victory Lanes and three Storm and Roto Grip athletes have qualified for the stepladder finals. The top five PBA bowlers who qualified will bowl live on CBS Sports Network on Wednesday at 8 pm Eastern.

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US Open Spotlight | Brad Miller

Our Team Storm players have been working hard to prepare for the upcoming event. Team Storm Athlete, Brad Miller, recently visited Storm Headquarters and rolled some of the latest releases. Read more about Brad in this spotlight.

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The SYC Returns for a Weekend on the Beach

As the calendar turned to October, 192 youth bowlers and their families packed up their bags and traveled to the SYC Coastal Classic on October 4-6. The event was held in two bowling centers, Little River Lanes in Little River, South Carolina and Planet Fun in Shallotte, North Carolina.

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A Walk Down Memory Lane with Pete Weber

Some people might people remember Pete Weber’s historic win at the US Open in 1991 because of the trophy ceremony but there is more to the story. We had a chat with Pete Weber at Storm HQ about his memories of the event as well as his plan for 2019.

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US OPEN SPOTLIGHT | KYLE TROUP

To celebrate the US Open we’ll have several announcements for Storm Fans leading up to the event. We also will be featuring Q&A segments with our Team Storm players, Team Storm Tour Managers, and local celebrities leading up to the event.

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The SYC Travels to Wichita

The Storm Youth Championships invited athletes and their families to travel to Wichita to experience the tradition of excellence in this community.

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Lucky Larsen Masters Begins in Sweden

Though healing his injuries has been his main priority for Martin Larsen, he’s also been focused on helping the tournament officials prepare for the Storm Lucky Larsen Masters in Sweden. After two successful events in Malmö the 2019 event is moving to Helsingborg. Find out what's new in 2019 and what fans can expect this week!

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Rookie Julia Bond Shines On PWBA Tour

Don’t let the term Rookie fool you. Julia Bond has proven that she’s a fierce competitor in her first season on the PWBA Tour. In her first full season on tour, Bond has picked up two PWBA Regional Titles, earned a spot in the PWBA Elite Field and won the PWBA Regional Showdown which aired on CBS Sports August 24.

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Burkett Wins First PBA Regional Title

Team Storm Staff Member, John Burkett, won his first Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) Regional Title at the PBA Houston Emerald Bowl Southwest Challenge. According to the PBA he is also the first former Major League Baseball player to win a PBA title at any level.

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Youth Spotlight: Katelyn Abigania

Miss Katelyn Abigania has been working hard and representing the United States as an ambassador for bowling all year long. This summer she defended her U12 Girls title at the Junior Gold Championships. Read more about this rising star.

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Katelyn Simpson Wins PWBA Orlando Regional

Katelyn Simpson had an exciting week in Orlando! From qualifying for the PWBA Orlando Open through the PTQ to making the TV Finals to winning her first PWBA Regional Title, find out about her week in the Sunshine State in this exclusive interview.

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Youth Spotlight: Caroline Thesier

Miss Caroline Thesier is truly having a memorable 2019. In January, she was selected to Junior Team USA from her performance at the Team USA Trials in Las Vegas and her achievements didn't stop there! Read more about this rising star.

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Nick Pate Earns Gold Medal at PAN AM Games

Nick Pate recently traveled to represent the United States with Team USA at the PAN AM Games in Lima, Peru. Though Pate had a slow start to the week, he kept his mental game sharp and continued to work hard on the lanes throughout the competition.

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A Chat With Danielle McEwan

In June, McEwan defeated Tannya Roumimper to win the 2019 U.S. Women’s Open. We asked Danielle to reflect on this incredible achievement and share some of what was going through her mind throughout the week. She shared her thoughts and some tips for all the bowlers in Storm Nation.

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Sitters Wins Back-To-Back At National Disability Championships

Over 400 bowlers took to the lanes to compete in the 2019 National Tenpin Bowling Association (TBA) National Disability Championship which took place in Canberra, Australia. In the Open Masters event, James Sitters of New South Wales defended his title exclusively using Storm Products.

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SYC Travels to Nebraska

A sold-out field filled with SYC veterans as well as several new smiling faces eager to join the SYC Family traveled to spend the weekend at Sun Valley Lanes.

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