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About Bowling

The sport of bowling is a time-honored sport in the American Deaf community; bowling alleys have long served as a social outlet for many deaf and hard of hearing folks. The first regional deaf bowling tournament was held in 1934, and the same regional tournament has been held almost every year ever since. Nowadays, there are more than a few regional Deaf bowling leagues, plus many deaf or hard of hearing bowlers play in all types of bowling leagues.

The US Deaf Bowling committee encourages friendly competition among all deaf and hard of hearing bowlers and assists in the hosting of regional and national bowling tournaments. The committee is responsible for the selection of the national teams to represent the USA in international competitions.

Bowling News

August 1, 2013

Bowling struggles in women’s team play

The U.S. Bowling Team's woes continued during women's team play Wednesday as the bowlers fought for every pin fall but struggled to adjust to international competition and had problems staying relaxed during matches.
July 30, 2013

Men’s bowlers tackle team play with confidence

Despite struggling with mental hurdles throughout the Games, the U.S. Bowling Team went into men
July 29, 2013

Men’s doubles teams struggle but keep rolling

The U.S. Bowling Team comes into the Deaflympics with an impressive legacy in international competition, with 24 medals over the past five Deaflympics, but the men struggled to uphold that legacy in doubles play Sunday at Mega Xtreme Bowling Center.
July 29, 2013

Bowlers struggle in women’s doubles play

In women

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