Gazmine Mason Visits I PROMISE School

Team Storm Member and PWBA Tour Rookie, Gazmine “GG” Mason was recently invited to share her story through sports and interact with the students at the I PROMISE school in Akron, Ohio.

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Demore Rolls 878 with !Q Tour Emerald

Demore, 29, bowled games of 300, 278, 300 for an 878 series on Monday, June 3, at Enterprise Park Lanes. This was the first 300 game and/or 800 series bowled with the new !Q Tour Emerald.

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Prather Wins PBA Playoffs for 100K ; Ng and Bond Win on PWBA Tour

Team Storm and Roto Grip had a successful weekend on the lanes. Learn more about the three players who took home titles on the PBA and PWBA Tour.

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The SYC Travels to the Music City

The Storm Youth Championships (SYC) returned to Smyrna, Tennessee, May 24-26, for the third stop of the 2019 SYC Tour. 208 athletes and their families traveled to our host bowling center Smyrna Bowling Center for a weekend filled with education, fun and competition.

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The PWBA Hall of Fame Returns in Wichita

Three members of Team Storm were inducted into the Professional Women's Bowling Association Hall of Fame in Wichita, Kansas. They shared some of their favorite events to bowl in and some wisdom that they have learned throughout their bowling careers.

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Thank You StormNation

Storm has joined forces with recent PWBA Hall of Fame inductee, Donna Conners, to initiate our 2019 Paint the Lanes Pink™ campaign by offering 300 Limited-Edition !Q Tour 20™  bowling balls. 100% of the proceeds will go directly to continue the fight on Breast Cancer.

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Meet the 2019 Storm All-American Team

The talent at the Storm Youth Championships (SYC) is always impressive. In February, our Storm All-American Team was named. The top two bowlers in each division at the Storm Youth Championships - Las Vegas event were named to the Storm All-American Team.

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Gonzalez Wins Bowlero Elite Series

The first event of the Bowlero Elite Series aired Tuesday, April 9 where eight pros against eight Bowlero League Bowlers for more than $500,000.

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The SYC Travels to the Golden State

The second Storm Youth Championships (SYC) of 2019 was held in Rohnert Park, California, March 22-24. Our host center, Double Decker Lanes helped us welcome 144 youth bowlers and their families from 17 states to compete.  The tournament awarded a total of $15,450 in scholarships.

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On The Road with Team Storm

Team Storm PBA Tour Manager, Jim Callahan shares a behind-the-scenes glimpse at life on the road with Team Storm & Roto Grip.

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7 Storm Players Advance to Chameleon Match Play

The best bowlers in the world faced the Chameleon Championships at the WSOB X on Wednesday at Thunderbowl Lanes.

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Rhino Page Leads PBA Cheetah Championship

The World Series of Bowling X officially kicked off Tuesday at Thunderbowl Lanes. Team Storm player, Rhino Page averaged 234 to lead the field during qualifying for the PBA Cheetah Championship.

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Brad Kemp Rolls Four 300s With Crux Prime

Storm Staff member, Brad Kemp has been on quite the hot streak. He's rolled four 300 games with three different layouts since he added this new release to his bag.

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Norm Duke Wins PBA Title #40

Norm Duke defeated Anthony Simonsen 212-164 in the final match to win his 40th PBA Title at the PBA Jonesboro Open on Sunday.

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Champions Crowned at Storm Youth Championships – Las Vegas

The first SYC of 2019 was held in Las Vegas, Nevada, February 15-17, 2019. More than 200 youth bowlers from 28 different states, including 7 bowlers from Puerto Rico, and one bowler from Poland traveled to compete at the South Point Bowling Plaza.

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Honor Scores Galore with Crux Prime

The NEW Crux Prime has produced numerous honor scores around the world in the first few weeks that it's been on the lanes. Find out what Storm Nation has to say about this new release.

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Get To Know Matt “OG” O’Grady

O'Grady recently extended his agreement with Storm Products signing a multi-year contract. Get to know more about the defending champion of the Tournament of Champions.

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12 Year Old Bowls Up A Storm

Nicholas Weidenbach, 11, has only been bowling for one year but has already accomplished a great deal on the lanes.

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