Nine-pin bowling World Team Championships

Nine-pin bowling
World Team Championships
Statusactive
Genresporting event
Date(s)May - second half
Frequencybiennial (even years)
Location(s)various
Countryvarying
Inaugurated2005
Most recent2019
Next event2021
Organised byWNBA NBC
Websitewww.wnba-nbc.de

The nine-pin bowling World Team Championships is a biennial nine-pin bowling competition organized by the World Ninepin Bowling Association (WNBA NBC). The World Championships was started in 2005, after dividing the championships into Team and Single's. [1] [2] [3]

During the first championships in Novi Sad, the sprint events took place for the last time. Since 2009, the World Team Championships have in the program only team tournaments, after removing mixed tandems.

List of championships[edit]

Edition Year City Country Date Events Men's Team
World Champions
Women's Team
World Champions
Notes
1st 2005 Novi Sad  Serbia and Montenegro 30 May - 4 Jun 5  Germany  Romania Only with Sprint
2nd 2007 Košice  Slovakia 20 - 26 May 3  Hungary  Slovenia Last with Mixed tandems
3rd 2009 Dettenheim  Germany 17 - 23 May 2  Serbia  Germany
4th 2011 Sarajevo  Bosnia and Herzegovina 19 - 28 May 2  Serbia  Hungary
5th 2013 Zalaegerszeg  Hungary 15 - 25 May 2  Hungary  Hungary
6th 2015 Speichersdorf  Germany (2) 13 - 23 May 2  Serbia  Croatia
7th 2017 Dettenheim (2)  Germany (3) 18 - 27 May 2  Serbia  Germany
8th 2019 Rokycany  Czech Republic 16 - 26 May 2  Serbia  Croatia
9th 2021 Plauen  Germany (4) 19 - 29 May 2
10th 2023 Budapest  Hungary (2) 17 - 27 May 2

Medal count[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Serbia5016
2 Hungary43411
3 Germany37313
4 Croatia3249
5 Czech Republic2057
6 Romania1528
7 Slovenia1067
8 Serbia and Montenegro1001
9 Austria0145
10 France0101
 North Macedonia0101
12 Slovakia0011
Totals (12 nations)20203070

List of hosts[edit]

List of hosts by number of championships hosted.

Times
hosted
Host Year(s)
4  Germany 2009, 2015, 2017, (2021)
2  Hungary 2013, (2023)
1  Bosnia and Herzegovina 2011
1  Czech Republic 2019
1  Serbia and Montenegro 2005
1  Slovakia 2007

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