Wednesday, July 13 and Thursday, July 14
HPL Bowling Center
2012 Innis Rd.
Columbus, Ohio 43214
- Singles – Wednesday, July 13 - 1:00 p.m.
- Men's and Women's Doubles – Thursday, July 14 - 10:00 a.m.
- Mixed Doubles – Thursday, July 14 - 1:30 p.m.
COMPETITION INFORMATION FOR ATHLETES
The athlete packet for bowling was sent via email on June 7. To see the Athlete Packet for Bowling, please click Here.
- Check-in begins at 9:30 a.m. both days for the 10:00 event.
- Check in for the 1:30 event on Thursday begins at 1:00.
- The tournament begins at 10:00 a.m. both days.
- Lane assignments will be provided upon arrival at the bowling alley.
- Each event will be three games.
- The tournament will be a scratch format.
- You do not need to be sanctioned to compete in the state or national games.
- The cost for each event (singles, doubles, and mixed doubles) is $9.00 payable to the alley upon arrival. This will cover all three of the games in the event and your warm-up period.
- Medals will be awarded after the completion of each event.
- Athletes must be present to receive medals. They will not be mailed.
Qualifying for National Senior Games
- All first-, second-, third- and fourth-place winners at a 2022 NSGA qualifying games will qualify for the 2023 National Senior Games.
- Athletes must qualify in each bowling event (singles, doubles, mixed doubles) in which they wish to compete at the 2023 National Senior Games, except when Rule E applies.
OSO Athlete Information
- All details and events are subject to change based on registration numbers, weather conditions, venue availability, and other reasons.
- Withdrawals and no shows will negatively impact brackets and heats.
- Absolutely no day-of registration is permissible.
- ALL athletes competing in the Ohio Senior Olympics (OSO) are expected to read and comply with the:
- Athlete Code of Conduct
- State Competition Protest Policy
- General Rules for the State Games
- All rules, policies, and the code of conduct can be found on the OSO website: Ohio Senior Olympics Rules and Policies
- Athletes should know and understand the rules specific to their sport. The OSO uses the rules book created by the National Senior Games Association for those sports that are offered at the National Senior Games. Rules for those events not offered at the National Senior Games are those of the official organizing body.