LAKE WALES, FL – November, 2014: Kamilah Dammers from Aruba recently broke the singles record while competing in the Central American Games. She shot 1516 for 6 games to finish singles with the gold medal. She also finished with a silver medal in the Masters. Kamilah is a senior at Webber International University and trains with the coaches of the Kegel Training Center.
While competing, Kamilah broke or tied a total of 8 records:
High Game Singles – 300, High Series Singles – 1516, High 3 Game Series Team Event – 725, High Series Team Event – 1365, High Game Trios – 279, High Series Trios – 1415, High Game All Events – 300, and High Series All Events 5465.
The Central American and Caribbean Games, Veracruz 2014 are a regional sporting event much like the Olympics. Teams compete in 36 sports. About 5,700 athletes from 31 countries in the region participated in 46 disciplines, showing over a million spectators what was an international multi-sport fiesta. This event shows off the love of sport through culture, passion and excitement.
About Kegel Training Center
The Kegel Training Center, first known by the name HERBIES was opened in 1997 in Sebring, FL. This private ten lane facility was the first of its kind. In 2004, the Kegel Training Center was moved to its current location in Lake Wales, FL and now features twelve fully adjustable lanes. The KTC coaches players from all over the world and serves as the Training Facility for the Webber International University bowling teams. For more information, please visit www.kegeltrainingcenter.com.
About Webber International University
WIU was established in 1927 as one of the nation’s first business schools for women; Webber International University now hosts men and women from some 47 different nations. The University offers degrees exclusively in the areas of business at the Associates and Bachelors levels in traditional day, night and weekend, and on-line formats. For more information, please visit www.webber.edu or www.webberathletics.com for more information about the bowling program.