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LECTURE #1 HISTORY Remnants of a game that resembles modern 10-pin bowling were found in a child’s grave in Egypt. This officially dates back to 3000 BC. The game has evolved much over time. - Pin size, shape, and weight - Ball size and weight - Lane length - Lane materials Bowling has become most popular in the United States where 10-pin bowling was standardized. In 2005, the United States Bowling Congress (USBC) became the
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Unformatted text preview: national governing body of the sport. • The USBC mission is to:-Ensure the integrity and protect the future of the sport-Provide programs and services-Enhance the bowling experience • Bowling rules and regulations were standardized when the USBC was created through the merger of the four previous bowling committees:-ABC-WIBC-YABA-USA Bowling...
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