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IBF Super World Championship 2021

November 6 @ 8:00 am - November 15 @ 9:00 pm

 

 

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IBF Super World Championship 2021

WELCOME TO DUBAI

Dubai is located on the Eastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, in the south west corner of the Arabian Gulf. It is well known for its rich cultural heritage and warm hospitality to visitors. Dubai is a city of contrasts, a land where east and west, old and new, traditional and modern blend seamlessly to create a fascinating destination, with vast deserts and picturesque golden beaches. Dubai is made up of a diverse but coherent community keen on maintaining its identity.

Given its strategic location in the heart of the world, Dubai has turned into a leading investment and tourism hub where 90 airline companies offer direct flights to more than 130 cities around the world.

Under the leadership of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, Dubai witnesses remarkable and sustained development in all walks of life: high-level education system, world-class health system, knowledge modern facilities and designs such as the Burj Al Arab Hotel, overlooking Jumeirah Beach, the world’s only 7-star hotel, and Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building that stands at 828 meters, located near Sheikh Zayed Road, which includes a number of iconic residential and commercial towers & hotels. Dubai also boasts of ‘Palm Jumeirah’ the largest manmade island built in the shape of a palm tree on the sea. It includes hundreds of luxurious residential units and resorts highlighted by Atlantis Hotel, Zabeel Saray, to name a few. Dubai also features stunning nature including sea beaches and mountain peaks.

Dubai is also a land of natural beauty and diversity extending over an area of 4,000 square kilometres combining foothills, high sand dunes and mountains at Hatta.

 

IBF Super World Championship 2021

Categories for each gender will be:

  • Singles  (Maximum four athletes per gender per federation)
  • Doubles (Maximum two doubles per gender per federation)
  • Trios (Maximum one trios per gender per federation)
  • Team (Maximum one team (4 athletes) per gender per federation)
  • Mixed Team (Maximum two mixed teams per country (2 female +2 male per team))
  • Most Valuable Athlete Medal per gender
  • Most valuable Federation Trophy per gender
  • Most valuable Federation Trophy (combined female and male)

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SINGLES

World Championships Singles format 

Singles Qualification Event

10 games divided into two squads of 5 games each. Top 32 athletes qualify for group match play. Change of lane after each game. Two athletes per lane. Lane moving schedule will be presented one hour prior to the start of the squads.

Ties to advance are broken by a one game match between the tied athletes. The tie-breaker match will take place one hour prior to the start of the match play round. Additional ties will be broken by a 9th & 10th frame roll-off.

The Leaderboard will be split into four groups using a snake system.  Highest finisher starts in group A.

Singles Group Match Play

The top 32 athletes advance from qualification. 4 groups of 8 athletes are created based on position in qualification. Each athlete in a group will play 7 one game matches. 3 points will be awarded for a win in a match, 1 point to each athlete for a tie and 0 for a loss. From each of the 4 groups the top 2 athletes in points will advance to quarter finals.

Athletes will play on one pair of lanes, one athlete per lane. Lanes are assigned using a predetermined schedule within each group.

Ties in a group to advance in will be broken by a one game match between the tied athletes. The tie-breaker match will take place immediately after last group match has been played. Additional ties will be broken by a 9th & 10th frame roll-off.

Singles Quarter-final 

The top 8 athletes advance from group match play. Winners in each match play group will play second place athletes. Quarter finals will be played over one game. Winner advances to the semi-final.

Athletes will play on one pair of lanes, one athlete per lane. Highest ranked athlete from group match play gets to choose the starting lane (left or right). Ties for ranking will be broken by total pinfall in qualification.

Ties to advance will be broken by a 9th & 10th frame roll-off.

Singles Semi-final

The top 4 athletes advance from the quarter-finals. Semi-finals will be played over one game. Winners advance to the final.

Athletes will play on one pair of lanes, one athlete per lane. Highest ranked athlete from group match play gets to choose starting lane (left or right). Ties for ranking will be broken by total pinfall in qualification.

Ties to advance will be broken by a 9th & 10th frame roll-off.

Singles Final

The top 2 athletes advance from the semi-finals. Finals will be played over best of two games. If a third game is needed only the 9th and 10th frame will be played.

Athletes will play on one pair of lanes, one athlete per lane. Highest ranked athlete from group match play gets to choose the starting lane (left or right). Ties for ranking will be broken by total pinfall in qualification.

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DOUBLES

World Championships Doubles format

Rules in play:

Single lane style

  • A game shall be played on one
  • Members of competing doubles shall successively and in regular order bowl one frame on one lane until 10 frames are bowled on the

Group Match Play

  • Each team bowls one match against every other team in the group
  • Matches consists of one game

Baker format

  • In Baker format, members of competing doubles successively and in regular order bowl complete and consecutive frames within the same
  • Athlete one bowls frame 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9. Athlete two bowls frame 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10.
  • Before each game on a new lane in the event team must change the athlete playing as player one.

Doubles Qualification Event

 10 games Baker format. Change of lane after every two games. One team per lane. Lane moving schedule will be presented one hour prior to the start of the squads.

Ties to advance are broken by a one game match between the tied teams. The tie-breaker match will take place one hour prior to the start of the group match play round. Additional ties will be broken by a 9th & 10th frame roll-off.

The Leaderboard will be split into four group using a snake system.  Highest finisher starts in group A.

Doubles Group Match Play

 The top 32 double teams advance from qualification. 4 groups of 8 teams are created based on position in qualification. Each team in a group will play 7 one game matches.

3 points will be awarded for a win in a match, 1 point to each team for a tie and 0 for a loss. From each of the 4 groups the top 2 teams in points will advance to the quarter-finals.

Teams will play on one pair of lanes, one team per lane. Lanes are assigned using a predetermined schedule within each group.

Ties to advance will be broken by a one game match between the tied teams.

The tie-breaker match will take place immediately after last group match have been played. Additional ties will be broken by a 9th & 10th frame roll-off.

Doubles Quarter Finals

The top 8 teams advance from group match play. Winners in each match play group will play second place teams. Quarter finals will be played over one game. Winners advance to the semi-final.

Teams will play on one pair of lanes, one team per lane. Highest ranked team from group match play gets to choose starting lane (left or right). Ties for ranking will be broken by total pinfall in qualification.

Ties to advance will be broken by a 9th & 10th frame roll-off.

Doubles Semi-Finals

 The top 4 teams advance from the quarter-finals. Semi-finals will be played over one game. Winners advance to the final.

Teams will play on one pair of lanes, one team per lane. Highest ranked team from group match play gets to choose starting lane (left or right). Ties for ranking will be broken by total pinfall in qualification.

Ties to advance will be broken by a 9th & 10th frame roll-off.

Doubles Finals

 The top 2 teams advance from semi-finals. Finals will be played over best of two games. If a third game is needed only the 9th and 10th frame will be played.

Teams will play on one pair of lanes, one team per lane. Highest ranked team from group match play gets to choose starting lane (left or right). Ties for ranking will be broken by total pinfall in qualification.

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TRIOS

World Championships Trios format

Rules in play:

Single lane style

  • A game shall be played on one
  • Members of competing trios shall successively and in regular order bowl one frame on one lane until 10 frames are bowled on the

Group match play

  • Each team bowls one match against every other team in the group
  • Matches consist of one game

Baker format

  • In the Baker format, members of competing trios successively and in regular order bowl complete and consecutive frames within the same
  • Athlete one bowls frame 1, 4, 7 and 10. Athlete two bowls frame 2, 5 and 8. Athlete three bowls frame 3, 6 and 9.
  • Before each game on a new lane in the event team must change the athlete playing as player one.

Trios Qualification Event

10 games baker style. Change of lane after every two games. One team per lane. Lane moving schedule will be presented one hour prior to the start of the squads.

Ties to advance are broken by a one game match between the tied teams. The tie-breaker match will take place one hour prior to the start of the round robin round. Additional ties will be broken by a 9th & 10th frame roll-off.

Trios Group Match Play

The top 16 teams advance from qualification. 4 groups of 4 teams are created based on position in qualification. Each team in a group will play 3 one game matches.

3 points will be awarded for a win in a match, 1 point to each athlete for a tie and 0 for a loss. From each of the 4 groups the top 2 teams in points will advance to quarter finals.

Teams will play on one pair of lanes, one team per lane. Lanes are assigned using a predetermined schedule within each group.

Ties to advance will be broken by a one game match between the tied teams. The tie-breaker match will take place immediately after last group match have been played. Additional ties will be broken by a 9th & 10th frame roll-off.

Trios Quarter-Finals

The top 8 teams advance from group match play. Winners in each match play group will play second place teams. Quarter-finals will be played over one game. Winners advance to the semi-final.

Quarter-finals will be played on one pair of lanes, one team per lane. Highest ranked team from group match play gets to choose starting lane (left or right). Ties for ranking will be broken by total pinfall in qualification.

Ties to advance will be broken by a 9th & 10th frame roll-off.

Trios Semi-Finals

The top 4 teams advance from quarter-finals. Semi-finals will be played over one game. Winners advance to the final.

Teams will play on one pair of lanes, one team per lane. Highest ranked team from group match play gets to choose starting lane (left or right). Ties for ranking will be broken by total pinfall in qualification.

Ties to advance will be broken by a 9th & 10th frame roll-off.

Trios Finals

The top 2 teams advance from semi-finals. Finals will be played over best of two games. If a third game is needed only the 9th and 10th frame will be played.

Teams will play on one pair of lanes, one team per lane. Highest ranked team from group match play gets to choose starting lane (left or right). Ties for ranking will be broken by total pinfall in qualification.

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MIXED TEAM

World Championships Mixed Teams (4) format

Rules in play:

Single lane style

  • A game shall be played on one
  • Members of competing teams shall successively and in regular order bowl one frame on one lane until 10 frames are bowled on the

Group match play

  • Each team bowls one match against every other team in the group
  • Matches consist of one game

Baker format

  • In the Baker format, members of competing teams successively and in regular order bowl complete and consecutive frames within the same game
  • Order of play, qualification: Athlete one bowls frame 1, 5, 9 & 10. Athlete two bowls frames 2 & 6. Athletes three bowls frames 3 & 7. Athlete four bowls frames 4 & 8
  • Before each game on a new lane team must change the gender of the athlete playing as athlete one.

Mixed Team Qualification Event

10 games Baker format. Change of lane after every two games. One team per lane. Lane moving schedule will be presented one hour prior to the start of the squads.

Ties to advance are broken by a one game match between the tied teams. The tie-breaker match will take place immediately after qualification. Additional ties will be broken by a 9th & 10th frame roll-off.

Mixed Team Group Match Play

The top 16 teams advance from qualification. 4 groups of 4 teams are created based on position in qualification. Each group will play 3 games group match play. 3 points will be awarded for a win in a match, 1 point to each athlete for a tie and 0 for a loss. From each of the 4 groups the top 2 teams in points will advance to quarter-finals.

Teams will play on one pair of lanes, one team per lane. Lanes are assigned using a predetermined schedule within each group.

Ties to advance will be broken by a one game match between the tied teams. The tie-breaker match will take place immediately after last group match have been played. Additional ties will be broken by a 9th & 10th frame roll-off.

Mixed Team Quarter Finals

The top 8 teams advance from group match play. Winners in each match play group will play second place teams. Quarter-finals will be played over one game. Winners advance to the semi-final.

Teams will play on one pair of lanes, one team per lane. Highest ranked team from group match play gets to choose starting lane (left or right). Ties for ranking will be broken by total pinfall in qualification.

Ties to advance will be broken by a 9th & 10th frame roll-off.

Mixed Team Semi Finals

 The top 4 teams advance from quarter-finals. Semi-finals will be played over one game. Winners advance to the final.

Teams will play on one pair of lanes, one team per lane. Highest ranked team from group match play gets to choose starting lane (left or right). Ties for ranking will be broken by total pinfall in qualification.

Ties to advance will be broken by a 9th & 10th frame roll-off.

Mixed Team Finals

 The top 2 mixed teams advance from semi-finals. Finals will be played over best of two games. If tied a 9th and 10th frame roll-off will be played to decide the winner. Roll-off is played on the same lane the team finished game two on.

Teams will play on one pair of lanes, one team per lane. Highest ranked team from group match play gets to choose starting lane (left or right). Ties for ranking will be broken by total pinfall in qualification.

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TEAM (FOUR ATHLETES)

World Championships Teams (4) format

Single lane style

  • A game shall be played on one
  • Members of competing teams shall successively and in regular order bowl one frame on one lane until 10 frames are bowled on the

Group match play

  • Each team bowls one match against every other team in the group
  • Matches consist of one game

Baker format

  • In the Baker format, members of competing teams successively and in below order bowl complete and consecutive frames within the same game
  • Order of play: Athlete one bowls frame 1, 5, 9 & 10. Athlete two bowls frames 2 & 6. Athletes three bowls frames 3 & 7. Athlete four bowls frames 4 & 8
  • Before each game on a new lane in the event team must change the athlete playing as player one.

Team Qualification Event

 10 games Baker format. Change of lane after every two games. One team per lane. Lane moving schedule will be presented one hour prior to the start of the squads.

Ties to advance are broken by a one game match between the tied teams. The tie-breaker match will take place immediately after qualification. Additional ties will be broken by a 9th & 10th frame roll-off.

Team group match play

The top 16 teams advance from qualification. 4 groups of 4 teams are created based on position in qualification. Each group will play 3 games group match play. 3 points will be awarded for a win in a match, 1 point to each athlete for a tie and 0 for a loss. From each of the 4 groups the top 2 teams in points will advance to quarter finals.

Teams will play on one pair of lanes, one team per lane. Lanes are assigned using a predetermined schedule within each group.

Ties to advance will be broken by a one game match between the tied teams. The tie-breaker match will take place immediately after last group match have been played. Additional ties will be broken by a 9th & 10th frame roll-off.

Team Quarter-Finals

The top 8 teams advance from group match play. Winners in each match play group will play second place teams. Quarter-finals will be played over one game. Winners advance to the semi-final.

Teams will play on one pair of lanes, one team per lane. Highest ranked team from group match play gets to choose starting lane (left or right). Ties for ranking will be broken by total pinfall in qualification.

Ties to advance will be broken by a 9th & 10th frame roll-off.

Team Semi-Finals

The top 4 teams advance from quarter-finals. Semi-finals will be played over one game. Winners advance to the final.

Teams will play on one pair of lanes, one team per lane. Highest ranked team from group match play gets to choose starting lane (left or right). Ties for ranking will be broken by total pinfall in qualification.

Ties to advance will be broken by a 9th & 10th frame roll-off.

Team Finals

The top 2 teams advance from semi-finals. Finals will be played over best of two games.

If tied a 9th and 10th frame roll-off will be played to decide the winner. Roll-off is played on the same lane the team finished game two on.

Teams will play on one pair of lanes, one team per lane. Highest ranked team from group match play gets to choose starting lane (left or right). Ties for ranking will be broken by total pinfall in qualification.

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SCHEDULE

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Nov-04 Official Practice Full Schedule

10:00 – 11:30
Group Federation Gender 10:00-10:27 10:30-10:57 11:00-11:30
1 Korea Female Lane 1-2 Lane 11-12 Lane 23-24
1 Bahrain Female Lane 3-4 Lane 13-14 Lane 25-26
1 Canada Female Lane 5-6 Lane 15-16 Lane 27-28
1 Colombia Female Lane 7-8 Lane 17-18 Lane 29-30
1 Denmark Female Lane 9 Lane 19 Lane 31
1 France Female Lane 11-12 Lane 21-22 Lane 33-34
1 Guatemala Female Lane 13-14 Lane 23-24 Lane 35-36
1 Kazakhstan Female Lane 15-16 Lane 25-26 Lane 1-2
1 Czech Republic Female Lane 17-18 Lane 27-28 Lane 3-4
1 England Female Lane 19 Lane 29 Lane 5
1 Malaysia Female Lane 20-22 Lane 30-32 Lane 6-8
1 Germany Female Lane 23-24 Lane 33-34 Lane 9-10
1 Singapore Female Lane 25-26 Lane 35-36 Lane 11-12
12:30 – 14:00
Group Federation Gender 12:30-12:57 13:00-13:27 13.30-14:00
2 England Male Lane 1 Lane 15 Lane 27
2 Ireland Male Lane 2 Lane 16 Lane 28
2 Bermuda Male Lane 3-4 Lane 17-18 Lane 29-30
2 Czech Republic Male Lane 5-6 Lane 19-20 Lane 31-32
2 Singapore Male Lane 7-8 Lane 21-22 Lane 33-34
2 Italy Male Lane 9-10 Lane 23-24 Lane 35-36
2 Korea Male Lane 11-12 Lane 25-26 Lane 1-2
2 Germany Male Lane 13-14 Lane 27-28 Lane 3-4
2 Malaysia Male Lane 15-17 Lane 29-31 Lane 5-7
2 Kuwait Male Lane 18-20 Lane 32-34 Lane 8-10
2 France Male Lane 21-22 Lane 35-36 Lane 11-12
2 Guatemala Male Lane 23-24 Lane 1-2 Lane 13-14
2 Bahrain Male Lane 25-26 Lane 3-4 Lane 15-16
2 Denmark Male Lane 27-28 Lane 5-6 Lane 17-18
2 Colombia Male Lane 29-30 Lane 7-8 Lane 19-20
2 Qatar Male Lane 31-32 Lane 9-10 Lane 21-22
2 Kazakhstan Male Lane 33-34 Lane 11-12 Lane 23-24
2 RBF Male Lane 35-36 Lane 13-14 Lane 25-26
15:00 – 16:30
Group Federation Gender 15:00-15:27 15:30-15:57 16:00-16:30
3 Slovakia Female Lane 1 Lane 11 Lane 25
3 Romania Female Lane 2-4 Lane 12-14 Lane 26-28
3 Finaland Female Lane 5-6 Lane 15-16 Lane 29-30
3 Uzbekistan Female Lane 7 Lane 17 Lane 31
3 Lithuania Female Lane 8 Lane 18 Lane 32
3 Spain Female Lane 9-10 Lane 19-20 Lane 32-34
3 Philippines Female Lane 11-12 Lane 21-22 Lane 35-36
3 Norway Female Lane 13-14 Lane 23-24 Lane 1-2
3 USA Female Lane 15-16 Lane 25-26 Lane 3-4
3 Iceland Female Lane 17-18 Lane 27-28 Lane 5-6
3 Sweden Female Lane 19-20 Lane 29-30 Lane 7-8
3 UAE Female Lane 21-22 Lane 31-32 Lane 9-10
3 RBF Female Lane 23-24 Lane 33-34 Lane 11-12
3 Ethiopia Female Lane 25 Lane 35 Lane 13
17:30 – 19:00
Group Federation Gender 17:30-17:57 18:00-18:27 18:30-19:00
4 Canada Male Lane 1-2 Lane 13-14 Lane 25-26
4 Ethiopia Male Lane 3 Lane 15 Lane 27
4 Sweden Male Lane 4-6 Lane 16-18 Lane 28-30
4 Iceland Male Lane 7-8 Lane 19-20 Lane 31-32
4 Iran Male Lane 9-10 Lane 21-22 Lane 33-34
4 KSA Male Lane 11-12 Lane 23-24 Lane 35-36
4 Lithuania Male Lane 13-14 Lane 25-26 Lane 1-2
4 Norway Male Lane 15-16 Lane 27-28 Lane 3-4
4 Pakistan Male Lane 17-18 Lane 29-30 Lane 5-6
4 Philippines Male Lane 19-20 Lane 31-32 Lane 7-8
4 Romania Male Lane 21-22 Lane 33-34 Lane 9-10
4 Finland Male Lane 23-24 Lane 35-36 Lane 11-12
4 Slovakia Male Lane 25-26 Lane 1-2 Lane 13-14
4 Spain Male Lane 27-28 Lane 3-4 Lane 15-16
4 UAE Male Lane 29-31 Lane 5-7 Lane 17-19
4 Nigeria Male Lane 32 Lane 8 Lane 20
4 USA Male Lane 33-34 Lane 9-10 Lane 21-22
4 Uzbekistan Male Lane 35-36 Lane 11-12 Lane 23-24



Nov-05 Official Practice Full Schedule

10:00 – 11:30
Group Federation Gender 10:00-10:27 10:30-10:57 11:00-11:30
3 Norway Female Lane 1-2 Lane 11-12 Lane 25-26
3 USA Female Lane 3-4 Lane 13-14 Lane 27-28
3 RBF Female Lane 5-6 Lane 15-16 Lane 29-30
3 Sweden Female Lane 7-8 Lane 17-18 Lane 31-32
3 UAE Female Lane 9-10 Lane 19-20 Lane 33-34
3 Ethiopia Female Lane 11 Lane 21-22 Lane 35
3 Slovakia Female Lane 13 Lane 23 Lane 1
3 Romania Female Lane 14-16 Lane 25 Lane 2-4
3 Finland Female Lane 17-18 Lane 26-28 Lane 5-6
3 Uzbekistan Female Lane 19 Lane 29-30 Lane 7
3 Lithuania Female Lane 20 Lane 31 Lane 8
3 Spain Female Lane 21-22 Lane 32 Lane 9-10
3 Philippines Female Lane 23-24 Lane 33-34 Lane 11-12
3 Iceland Female Lane 25-26 Lane 35-36 Lane 13-14
12:30 – 14:00
Group Federation Gender 12:30-12:57 13:00-13:27 13.30-14:00
4 Philippines Male Lane 1-2 Lane 13-14 Lane 25-26
4 Romania Male Lane 3-4 Lane 15-16 Lane 27-28
4 Finland Male Lane 5-6 Lane 17-18 Lane 29-30
4 Slovakia Male Lane 7-8 Lane 19-20 Lane 31-32
4 Spain Male Lane 9-10 Lane 21-22 Lane 33-34
4 USA Male Lane 11-12 Lane 23-24 Lane 35-36
4 Nigeria Male Lane 13 Lane 25 Lane 1
4 UAE Male Lane 14-16 Lane 26-28 Lane 2-4
4 Uzbekistan Male Lane 17-18 Lane 29-30 Lane 5-6
4 Canada Male Lane 19-20 Lane 31-32 Lane 7-8
4 Ethiopia Male Lane 21 Lane 33 Lane 9
4 Sweden Male Lane 22-24 Lane 34-36 Lane 10-12
4 Iceland Male Lane 25-26 Lane 1-2 Lane 13-14
4 Iran Male Lane 27-28 Lane 3-4 Lane 15-16
4 KSA Male Lane 29-30 Lane 5-6 Lane 17-18
4 Lithuania Male Lane 31-32 Lane 7-8 Lane 19-20
4 Norway Male Lane 33-34 Lane 9-10 Lane 21-22
4 Pakistan Male Lane 35-36 Lane 11-12 Lane 23-24
15:00 – 16:30
Group Federation Gender 15:00-15:27 15:30-15:57 16:00-16:30
1 France Female Lane 7-8 Lane 19-20 Lane 31-32
1 Guatemala Female Lane 9-10 Lane 21-22 Lane 33-34
1 Kazakhstan Female Lane 11-12 Lane 23-24 Lane 35-36
1 Czech Republic Female Lane 13-14 Lane 25-26 Lane 1-2
1 England Female Lane 15 Lane 27 Lane 3
1 Malaysia Female Lane 16-18 Lane 28-30 Lane 4-6
1 Germany Female Lane 19-20 Lane 31-32 Lane 9-10
1 Singapore Female Lane 21-22 Lane 33-34 Lane 11-12
1 Korea Female Lane 23-24 Lane 31-32 Lane 13-14
1 Bahrain Female Lane 25-26 Lane 33-34 Lane 15-16
1 Canada Female Lane 27-28 Lane 35-36 Lane 17-18
1 Colombia Female Lane 29-30 Lane 1-2 Lane 19-20
1 Denmark Female Lane 31 Lane 3 Lane 21
17:30 – 19:00
Group Federation Gender 17:30-17:57 18:00-18:27 18:30-19:00
2 Kuwait Male Lane 1-3 Lane 15-17 Lane 27-29
2 Malaysia Male Lane 4-6 Lane 18-20 Lane 30-32
2 France Male Lane 7-8 Lane 21-22 Lane 33-34
2 Guatemala Male Lane 9-10 Lane 23-24 Lane 35-36
2 Bahrain Male Lane 11-12 Lane 25-26 Lane 1-2
2 Qatar Male Lane 13-14 Lane 27-28 Lane 3-4
2 Colombia Male Lane 15-16 Lane 29-30 Lane 5-6
2 Denmark Male Lane 17-18 Lane 31-32 Lane 7-8
2 Kazakhstan Male Lane 19-20 Lane 33-34 Lane 9-10
2 England Male Lane 21 Lane 35 Lane 11
2 Ireland Male Lane 22 Lane 36 Lane 12
2 Bermuda Male Lane 23-24 Lane 1-2 Lane 13-14
2 Czech Republic Male Lane 25-26 Lane 3-4 Lane 15-16
2 Singapore Male Lane 27-28 Lane 5-6 Lane 17-18
2 Italy Male Lane 29-30 Lane 7-8 Lane 19-20
2 Korea Male Lane 31-32 Lane 9-10 Lane 21-22
2 Germany Male Lane 33-34 Lane 11-12 Lane 23-24
2 Guatemala Male Lane 35-36 Lane 13-14 Lane 25-26


Nov-06 Day 1 - Singles Qual Games 1-5
0800 – 11:00 Singles Games 1-5, Female Group 1, Squad 1
11:00 – 11:30 Lane Maintenance
11:30 – 14:30 Singles Games 1-5, Male Group 1, Squad 1
14:30 – 15:00 Lane Maintenance
15:00 – 18:00 Singles Games 1-5, Female Group 2, Squad 1
18:00 – 18:30 Lane Maintenance
18:30 – 21:30 Singles Games 1-5, Male Group 2, Squad 1

Nov-07 Day 2 - Doubles Qual
0800 – 11:00 Male Doubles, 10 Games, Group 1
11:00 – 11:30 Lane Maintenance
11:30 – 14:30 Female Doubles, 10 Games, Group 1
14:30 – 15:00 Lane Maintenance
15:00 – 18:00 Male Doubles, 10 Games, Group 2
18:00 – 18:30 Lane Maintenance
18:30 – 21:30 Female Doubles, 10 Games, Group 2

Nov-08 Day 3 - Singles Qual Games 6-10
0800 – 11:00 Singles Games 6-10, Male Group 1, Squad 2
11:00 – 11:30 Lane Maintenance
11:30 – 14:30 Singles Games 6-10, Female Group 1, Squad 2
14:30 – 15:00 Lane Maintenance
15:00 – 18:00 Singles Games 6-10, Male Group 2, Squad 2
18:00 – 18:30 Lane Maintenance
18:30 – 21:30 Singles Games 6-10, Female Group 2, Squad 2

Nov-09 Day 4 - Doubles Round of 32, Quarter Finals
0900 – 13:00 Male Doubles Round of 32 Match Play
13:00 – 14:00 Lane Maintenance
14:00 – 18:00 Female Doubles Round of 32 Match Play
18:00 – 18:30 Lane Maintenance
18:30 – 19:30 Male & Female Doubles Quarter Finals

Nov-10 Day 5 - Singles Round of 32, Quarter Finals
09:00 – 13:00 Female Singles Round of 32 Match Play
13:00 – 14:00 Lane Maintenance
14:00 – 18:00 Male Singles Round of 32 Match Play
18:00 – 18:30 Lane Maintenance
18:30 – 19:30 Male & Female Singles Quarter Finals

Nov-11 Day 6 - Trios Round of 16, Quarter Finals
0900 – 12:00 Male Trios Qualification, 10 Games
12:00 – 13:00 Lane Maintenance
13:00 – 16:00 Female Trios Qualification, 10 Games
16:00 – 17:00 Lane Maintenance
17:00 – 19:00 Men & Women Trios Round of 16 Match Play
19:00 – 20:00 Lane Maintenance
20:00 – 21:00 Men & Women Trios Quarter Finals

Nov-12 Day 7 - Mixed Team Qualification; Singles Semi-Finals & Finals
0800 – 11:00 Mixed Team Qualification, Group 1
11:00 – 12:00 Lane Maintenance
12:00 – 15:00 Mixed Team Qualification, Group 2

18:00 – 18:40 Female Singles Semi-Finals
18:50 – 19:30 Male Singles Semi-Finals
20:30 – 21:10 Female Singles Finals
21:30 – 22:10 Male Singles Finals


Nov-13 Day 8 - Team Qualification; Doubles Semi-Finals & Finals
0800 – 11:00 Female Team Qualification
11:00 – 12:00 Lane Maintenance
12:00 – 15:00 Male Team Qualification

18:00 – 19:00 Female Doubles Semi-Finals
19:00 – 20:00 Male Doubles Semi-Finals
20:00 – 21:30 Female Doubles Finals
21:30 – 23:00 Male Doubles Finals


Nov-14 Day 9 - Mixed Team Round of 16 & Quater Finals; Trios Semi-Finals & Finals
0900 – 11:00 Mixed Team Round of 16
11:00 – 12:00 Lane Maintenance
12:00 – 13:00 Mixed Team Quarter Finals

18:00 – 18:40 Female Trios Semi-Finals
18:50 – 19:30 Male Trios Semi-Finals
20:30 – 21:10 Female Trios Finals
21:30 – 22:10 Male Trios Finals


Nov-15 Day 10 - Team Round of 16; Quarter Finals; Semi-Finals & Finals; Mixed Team Semi-Finals & Finals
0800 – 09:30 Team Round of 16
09:30 – 10:00 Lane Maintenance
10:00 – 11:00 Team Quarter Finals

17:00 – 17:40 Female Team Semi-Finals
17:50 – 18:30 Male Team Semi-Finals
18:40 – 19:00 Mixed Team Semi-Finals

19:30 – 20:10 Female Team Finals
20:30 – 21:10 Male Team Finals
21:30 – 22:10 Mixed Team Finals

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Bus Schedule for Hyatt Place Al Wasl

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Saturday 6th
Departure DIRECTION
06:30 Hyatt to DIBC
09:45 Hyatt to DIBC
11:30 DIBC to Hyatt
13:15 Hyatt to DIBC
15:00 DIBC to Hyatt
16:45 Hyatt to DIBC
18:30 DIBC to Hyatt
22:00 DIBC to Hyatt
Sunday 7th
Departure DIRECTION
06:30 Hyatt to DIBC
09:45 Hyatt to DIBC
11:30 DIBC to Hyatt
13:15 Hyatt to DIBC
15:00 DIBC to Hyatt
16:45 Hyatt to DIBC
18:30 DIBC to Hyatt
22:00 DIBC to Hyatt
Monday 8th
Departure DIRECTION
06:30 Hyatt to DIBC
09:45 Hyatt to DIBC
11:30 DIBC to Hyatt
13:15 Hyatt to DIBC
15:00 DIBC to Hyatt
16:45 Hyatt to DIBC
18:30 DIBC to Hyatt
22:00 DIBC to Hyatt
Tuesday 9th
Departure DIRECTION
07:15 Hyatt to DIBC
12:15 Hyatt to DIBC
13:30 DIBC to Hyatt
18:30 DIBC to Hyatt
16:45 Hyatt to DIBC
20:00 DIBC to Hyatt
Wednesday 10th
Departure DIRECTION
07:15 Hyatt to DIBC
12:15 Hyatt to DIBC
13:30 DIBC to Hyatt
18:30 DIBC to Hyatt
16:45 Hyatt to DIBC
20:00 DIBC to Hyatt
Thursday 11th
Departure DIRECTION
07:15 Hyatt to DIBC
11:15 Hyatt to DIBC
12:30 DIBC to Hyatt
15:15 Hyatt to DIBC
16:30 DIBC to Hyatt
21:30 DIBC to Hyatt
Friday 12th
Departure DIRECTION
06:30 Hyatt to DIBC
10:15 Hyatt to DIBC
11:30 DIBC to Hyatt
15:30 DIBC to Hyatt
Saturday 13th
Departure DIRECTION
06:30 Hyatt to DIBC
10:15 Hyatt to DIBC
11:30 DIBC to Hyatt
15:30 DIBC to Hyatt
Sunday 14th
Departure DIRECTION
07:15 Hyatt to DIBC
13:30 DIBC to Hyatt
Monday 15th
Departure DIRECTION
06:30 Hyatt to DIBC
11:30 DIBC to Hyatt


 

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November 6 @ 8:00 am
End:
November 15 @ 9:00 pm
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