On June 22nd the Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee announced that it had selected bowling as one of the 8 sports to make its shortlist for inclusion into the Games of the XXXII Olympiad. Among the other shortlisted sports are;
Baseball/Softball, Karate, Roller Sports, Sport Climbing, Squash, Surfing and Wushu.
Bowling enthusiasts around the world need to speak up now. Let our voices be heard and let it be known that bowling is everywhere, and is participated by the masses, and we should be part of the Olympic Games!
Vote for bowling now! The Wall Street Journal-Asia has instituted a poll through its blog section, allowing one to vote for one of the 8 Tokyo shortlist sports. Please join the cause and vote for bowling by visiting….
Get all your friends and acquaintances to vote also. Let’s be heard! And let’s get the sound of crashing pins to be the new soundtrack at the Olympic Games. Vote now!
YBC’s 52nd Annual National Championships will be held in CALGARY, ALBERTA. The location of the 2016 Nationals was promoted by Bowl Canada President Todd Britton as a way of closing off the 2015 Nationals recently held in Oshawa and Toronto.
Youth Bowl Canada’s 2015 National Championships were held in early May. The 51st Annual YBC Nationals saw over 1500 bowlers and families converge on Oshawa and Toronto, as the bowling communities in the two cities hosted Canada’s youth elite in the sport.
With its 50th Anniversary recently celebrated, Bowl Canada and YBC have been setting the path to take youth bowling in Canada into the next 50 years, and beyond!
YBC is an eligible program under the federal government’s “Children’s Fitness Tax Credit”.
With tax time here, all families are reminded that expenses in the YBC program are eligible for credit under the Children’s Fitness Tax Credit.