A Double Win for Kim

Ballantini, Brett
September 2004
Bowling Digest;Fall2004, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p24
Kim Adler, one of the world's top female bowler and bowling writer, has won two first-place National Women Bowling Writers Awards for her works for the journal "Bowling Digest," in the Feature Story and Column categories. Adler also won the Herta Kissell/Brunswick Professional Writer of the Year Award, the winner of which is chosen from all of the first-place articles in every professional writing category.


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