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World Championships 1958 at Helsingborg, Sweden

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Bowling World Championships 1958 for Ladies and Men were held from May 28th to 31st Helsingborg, Sweden. 99 Men competed in the disciplines: Doubles, 5-Player-Team, 8-Player-Team and Masters.

 

Team Germany's participants:

  • Willi Schuler (Baden)
  • Alfred Plechaty (Berlin)
  • Hans Riedel (Hamburg)
  • Karl Sendelbach (Karlsruhe)
  • Gert Gröpler Jr. (Ingolstadt)
  • Ernst Dombrowski (Hamburg)
  • Willi Laun (Kelsterbach)
  • Fritz Fröhlich (Stuttgart)
  • Karl Schaller (Stuttgart)
  • Wilhelm Wermuth (Stuttgart)

 

A Team of the former GDR participated as well, featuring:

  • Hans Rosenbach (Halle)
  • Otto Stürze (Halle)
  • Hubert Frank (Erfurt)
  • Gerhard Laschke (Halle)
  • Günter Lorsch (Halle)
  • Siegfried Sommer (Halle)
  • Lothar Jacob (Halle)

Champions and Medalists of Bowling World Championships 1958

Mens' Results

Doubles

Gold - World Champion
Sweden
Evert Lindbergh
Carl-Gustav Carjö
Silver
Venezuela
Jose Medina
Miguel Correa
Bronze
Venezuela
Luis Garcia
Miguel Raimondi

5-Player-Team

Gold - World Champion
Finland
Pekka Pietila
Osmo Koivunen
Rauno Manni
Kalle Asukas
Tauno Nieminen
Silver
Sweden
Gösta Algeskog
Sven Källfeldt
Evert Lindbergh
Arne Reinodt
Nils Strömstedt
Bronze
Mexico
Tito Reynolds
Miguel Anaya
Antonio Rodriguez
Luis Mateios
Ignacio Anaya

8-Player-Team

Gold - World Champion
Sweden
Gösta Algeskog
Sven Källfeldt
Evert Lindbergh
Arne Reinodt
Berndt Hellström
Henrik Berg
Aake Andersson
Carl-Gustav Carjö
Silver
Germany
Willi Schuler
Alfred Plechaty
Hans Riedel
Karl Sendelbach
Gert Gröpler
Franz Dombrowski
Williy Laun
Fritz Fröhlich
Bronze
Venezuela
Jesus Urbaez
Luis Garcia
Miguel Corre
Antonio Romero
Luis Aulestia
Jose Medina
Oswaldo Este
Miguel Raimondi

Masters

Gold - World Champion
Finland
Kalle Asukas
Silver
Sweden
Gösta Algeskog
Bronze
Sweden
Berndt Hellström

World Championships complete results

WC1958.pdf

World Championships complete results

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Source

This overview has been compiled with the aid of Harry Kappler and the ETBF (European Tenpin Bowling Federation).

 

Photos: Archive by Harry Kappler.

 
 

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Last update: Thursday, September- 9-2010