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VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS: Hong Kong Tenpin Bowling Congress is pleased to bring you the video highlights of the Target 24th Asian Tenpin BOwling Championships held at SCAA Bowling Centre from September 18 to 28, 2016. Click here to view.
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Hong Kong adds Masters silver
28th September, Hong Kong: Top seed, Michael Mak of Hong Kong added a silver medal to the three gold medals won at the Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships fromt he Men's Masters event which ended at SCAA Bowling Centre on Wednesday.
Hong Kong nationals eyeing fourth gold
27th September, Hong Kong: Triple gold medallist, Michael Mak and two-gold medallist, Wu Siu Hong are eyeing for a fourth gold medal for Hong Kong at the Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships after finishing second in the Men's Masters Block 1 finals on Manoday.
Record third gold for Hong Kong
26th September, Hong Kong: Two gold medallist, Michael Mak won a record third gold for Hong Kong at the Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships after topping the Men's All Events standings with Wu Siu Hong adding a bronze medal.
Hong Kong, Japan seals Trios gold
24th September, Hong Kong: Hong Kong and Japan sealed the Men's and Women's Trios gold medals at the Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships as they remained unbeaten after Squad 1 completed their second block of three games.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/atbc2016-video.htm'>Video highlights of the championships</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>28th September, Hong Kong</b>: Hong Kong Tenpin Bowling Congress is pleased to bring you the video highlights of the Target 24th Asian Tenpin BOwling Championships held at SCAA Bowling Centre from September 18 to 28, 2016.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/atbc2016-res.htm#Step'>Hong Kong adds Masters silver</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>28th September, Hong Kong</b>: Top seed, Michael Mak of Hong Kong added a silver medal to the three gold medals won at the Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships fromt he Men's Masters<br>event which ended at SCAA Bowling Centre on Wednesday.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/atbc2016-res.htm#MstrBlk1'>Record third gold for Hong Kong</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>27th September, Hong Kong</b>: Two gold medallist, Michael Mak won a record third gold for Hong<br>Kong at the Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships after topping the Men's All Events standings with Wu Siu Hong adding a bronze medal.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/atbc2016-res.htm#MOBlk2'>Record third gold for Hong Kong</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>26th September, Hong Kong</b>: Two gold medallist, Michael Mak won a record third gold for Hong<br>Kong at the Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships after topping the Men's All Events standings with Wu Siu Hong adding a bronze medal.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/atbc2016-res.htm#Trios'>Hong Kong, Japan seals Trios gold</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>24th September, Hong Kong</b>: Hong Kong and Japan sealed the Men's and Women's Trios gold medals<br>at the Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships as they remained unbeaten after Squad 1 completed their second block of three games.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/atbc2016-res.htm#TriosBlk2'>Hong Kong poised for another gold</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>24th September, Hong Kong</b>: Hong Kong is poised to win their second gold medal at the Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships after a scintillating performance in the second block of the Trios event to take up pole position.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/atbc2016-res.htm#TriosBlk1'>Hong Kong strikes gold</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>23rd September, Hong Kong</b>: Singles bronze medallist, Michael Mak teamed up with Wu Siu Hong to overtake the first Malaysian pair and leader in the third squad to capture the Men's Doubles gold<br>of the Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships for host country, Hong Kong.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/atbc2016-res.htm#DblSq3'>Hong Kong strikes gold</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>22nd September, Hong Kong</b>: Singles bronze medallist, Michael Mak teamed up with Wu Siu Hong to overtake the first Malaysian pair and leader in the third squad to capture the Men's Doubles gold<br>of the Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships for host country, Hong Kong.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/atbc2016-res.htm#SglSq3'>First medal for Hong Kong</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>21st September, Hong Kong</b>: Michael Mak won Hong Kong's first medal at the Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships after finish third in the Men's Singles event as overnight leader, Timmy Tan of Malaysia clinched the gold.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/atbc2016-res.htm#SglSq2'>Mak finishes second in Squad 2</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>20th September, Hong Kong</b>: Back-to-back ABF Tour Chinese Taipei and Hong Kong legs champion, Michael Mak finished second in the Men's Singles after the second squad of the Target 24th Asian<br>Tenpin Bowling Championships at SCAA Bowling Centre.
  • <a class='boldnavtext' href='results/atbc2016-opening.htm'>Glamorous opening marks championships</a><span class='plaintext'><br><b>19th September, Hong Kong</b>: A glamorous and colourful opening ceremony with the traditional dotting of the lions' eyes held at SCAA Bowling Centre on Monday, marked the start of a week-long Target 24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships.
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