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Caroline Lagrange
Canada
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Biography

Home Center:Centre de Quilles 440
Joined: 2019
Country: Canada
Sponsors: Hammer, Turbo
Birthdate: November 4

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
 
            2014
- 50th Qubica AMF Bowling World Cup – finished 7th (Wroclaw, Poland)
2013
- 49th Qubica AMF Bowling World Cup Champion (Krasnoyarsk, Russia)
-Silver medal (trios event) at World Championships (Las Vegas)
-Gold medal at Canadian National Championship (Montreal)
-World Cup Canadian National Champion (Woodstock, Ontario)
-Named Canadian Female Bowler of the Year by CTF (Canadian Tenpin Federation)
2012
-Gold medal at Canadian National Championship (Toronto)
-Bronze medal (doubles event) at PABCON Championships (Las Vegas)
-Named Canadian Female Bowler of the Year by CTF (Canadian Tenpin Federation)
2011
-Gold medal at Canadian National Championship (Montreal)
-Finished 51st at Women’s US Open (Dallas)
-Silver medal (all events) at Women’s World Championships (Hong Kong)
-Bronze medal (masters event) at Pan American Games (Mexico)
-Named Canadian Female Bowler of the Year by CTF (Canadian Tenpin Federation)
2010
-Gold medal at Canadian National Championship (Vancouver)
-Gold (trios event) and Bronze (doubles event) medals at the PABCON
 Championships (Las Vegas)
-Named Canadian Female Bowler of the Year by CTF
2009
-Gold medal at Canadian National Championship (Toronto)
-Gold medal at Canadian National Finals for the World Cup (Montreal)
- 45th Qubica AMF Bowling World Cup Champion (Malaysia)
-Finished 25th at 9th Qatar Open (Qatar)
-Named Canadian Female Bowler of the Year by CTF
2008
-Finished around 35th at 8th Qatar Open (Qatar)
2007
-Finished 2nd at North American World Ranking Finals (Punta Cana)
-Finished 5th at World Ranking Masters (Florida)
-Finished 32nd at Women’s World Championship (Mexico)
2006
-Silver medal Canadian National Championship (Vancouver)
-Named Canadian Female Bowler of the Year by CTF
2005
-First at Intercollegiate Team Championship 2005 (Rockford, Illinois) with Wichita State University
-Silver medal Canadian National Championship, Adult division (Toronto)
-Gold medal Canadian National Championship, Youth division (Toronto)
-Participated in World Tenpin Masters (London)
-Gold medal Commonwealth Games, Team event (Australia)
-Silver medal Commonwealth Games, Doubles (Australia)
-Two silver medals at World Youth Championship, Women Team and All Events (Germany)
-Named Canadian Female Bowler of the Year by CTF
2004
-Second at Intercollegiate Team Championship 2005 (Tulsa, Oklahoma) with Wichita State University
-Gold medal Canadian National Championship, Adult division (Calgary)
-Gold medal Canadian National Championship, Youth division (Calgary)
-Won 5 silver medals at Commonwealth Games (Cyprus)
-Bronze medal at World Games (Germany)
-Finished 12th in Masters at Women’s World Championship (Denmark)
-Named Canadian Female Bowler of the Year by CTF
2003
-Gold medal Canadian National Championship, Youth division (Montreal)
-Finished 10th in Masters at World Youth Championship (Guam)
2002
-Finished 4th at Canadian National Championship, Youth division (Vancouver)
-Finished 52nd in singles at World Youth Championship (Bangkok)

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