Women's International Bowling Congress Champions in 2004

January 2005
World Almanac & Book of Facts;2005, p963
This article presents a chart providing information about Women's International Bowling Congress Champions in 2004. Some of the players' names mentioned here are, Sharon Smith, Kim Adler, High Roller, Darlene Anderson, Deb Jacobs, and others.


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