World Bowls Championships

2020 World Bowls Championships – Gold Coast, Queensland

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Queensland’s Gold Coast continues to entrench itself as the home of Bowls in Australia, with the announcement that the 2020 World Championships will be held at three Gold Coast clubs. Broadbeach Bowls Club, Musgrave Hill Bowls Club and Club Helensvale will host the two-week long tournament, with over 240 bowlers expected to take part in one of the pinnacle international events in the sport.

Australia will be hoping to better their haul of five gold medals from eight disciplines from the last time the event was held down under, at the 2012 World Championships in Adelaide.

The 2020 World Championships will be the culmination of five years of major events held on the Gold Coast, with the Australian Open having been being played across the Gold Coast annually from 2015 and the 2018 Commonwealth Games having been held at Broadbeach Bowls Club.

KEY FACTS:

What: 2020 World Bowls Championships
Who: Over 24 nations and 240 bowlers
Where: Broadbeach Bowls Club, Club Helensvale & Musgrave Hill Bowls Club
When: May 23 – June 7, 2020

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