VI Brunswick Madrid Challenge
by European Bowling Tour · January 1, 2018
EBT no. #7 is in España
First tournament of the “EBT Summer Swing” is in Madrid, Spain. The first of three tournaments this month.
|Organizer||Paco Rodríguez & José Manuel Mandayo|
|First day||July 1st|
|Last day||July 8th|
|Women hcp||8 pins per game|
|Max women scratch game||292|
|Contact person||Paco Rodríguez|
|Phone||+34 913 157 119|
|Number of lanes||20|
|Approaches||Brunswick Anvilane Texture|
|Pin decks||Brunswick Antiskid|
|Pin setters||Brunswick GS-X|
|Score system||Brunswick Vector Plus|
|Oil machine||Brunswick A-22|
|Pattern done by||Brunswick|
Price money specifications
|Prize fund status||Fixed|
|Tax on prizes||No|
Price money singles mixed (EURO)
|Women extra 1||750|
|Women extra 2||500|
The two extra prizes for women will be awarded to the two women scoring the highest and
the second highest scratch score in the qualification.
Squads & fees in DKK
Schedule for final steps
|Final Step 1||09:00|
|Final Step 2||13:00|
|Final Step 3||14:45|
|Final Step 4||17:00|
|Final Step 5-6||18:30|
6 games entries and re-entries
1 game. Top 4 to the final step 1.
48 athletes will qualify for the final steps as follows:
A: Athletes positioned 1-36 in the qualification standing
B: Athletes positioned 1-3 in a separate standing for the squads conducted on 1 July
C: Athletes positioned 1-5 in a separate standing for the squads conducted on 2-3 July
D: Athletes positioned 1-4 in the desperado standing
Athletes are qualified in the order A-B-C-D
Seeding for final steps
Athletes positioned 1-16 in the qualification are qualified for the final step 2, seeded 1-16.
All other 32 qualified athletes are qualified for the final step 1.
Final step 1
32 athletes will play 6 games starting from scratch.
Top 16 will qualify for the final step 2, seeded 17-32.
Athletes not continuing to the final step 2 will be ranked 33-48 according to their positions in the standing of the final step 1.
Matching for the final step 2-6
The highest seeded athlete will be matched against the lowest seeded athlete.
Final step 2
There will be 16 matches, best of three games.
The losers of the matches will be ranked 17-32 according to their seeding.
Final step 3
There will be 8 matches, best of three games.
The losers of the matches will be ranked 9-16 according to their seeding.
Final step 4
There will be 4 matches, best of three games.
The losers of the matches will be ranked 5-8 according to their seeding.
Final step 5
There will be 2 one game matches.
The losers of the matches will be ranked 3-4 according to their seeding.
Final step 6
There will be a one game match.
The loser of the match will be ranked 2.
The winner of the match will be ranked 1.
The highest positioned athlete will be the athlete scoring the highest last game. If a tie still exists, the highest positioned athlete will be the athlete with the highest second last game etc.
A tie influencing who will qualify for the first final step will be broken by playing a 9th and 10th frame roll off, repeated until the tie is broken.
Final Step 1
Ties influencing who will qualify for the next final step will be broken by playing a 9th and 10th frame roll off, repeated until the tie is broken. In all other tie situations in step 1, a procedure similar to the procedure for the qualification will be followed.
Final step 2-6
In case of a tie in any game in any match, a one ball roll off on a full set of pins will be played, repeated until the tie is broken.
Lane assignments and lane movements
By the tournament management
Athletes per pair in squads
Frequency of movement
After each game
Left lane athletes moves left and right lane athletes moves right
Number of lanes to move
Booking restriction before
A maximum of three squads can be booked before the tournament starts and maximum two of the bookings can be for squads on Friday and Saturday.
Booking restriction during
Maximum three non-played entries
Total number of bookings
20 minutes before scheduled squad times.