Tuesday July 3rd at 2:30PM CST, I will be conducting an online bowling show recapping the Women's US Open that was held in Reno, Nevada on June 27th. The finals will be televised at 8 p.m. Eastern on ESPN2 Tuesday night.
This event was held outdoors on Virginia Street under the iconic Reno Arch and has been subject to a lot of conversation throughout the industry because the environment yielded low scores and there was debris on the lane surface.
I want to get the facts of what all went into the preperation for this ground breaking event as well as to what actually happened throughout competition.
Joining me will be Kegel's Gus Falgien who actually oiled the 4 outdoor lanes. Along with Falgien, Stefanie Nation who made the telecast as a competitor, but who also is employed by BPAA as the Tournaments Coordinator will be a guest to give her opinion as a competitor and a tournament coordinator. The Executive Director for BPAA Steve Johnson has also agreed to shed light on this remarkable event and talk more about how this event is developed each year.
You can watch the live broadcast at InsideBowling.com's IBTV Live Stream page tomorrow beginning at 2:15PM. I will also be accepting questions and comments in the interactive chat as always.
UPDATE: You can watch the archived broadcast on the InsideBowling.com USTREAM Channel.