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Pat Bird

Date de naissance :
1965
Ville natale :
Calgary, AB
Club local :
Calgary Lawn Bowling Club
Boules utilisées :
Aero

Réalisations importantes au Boulingrin

  • Défi nord-américain de 2016
  • Championnat de l’Asie-Pacifique de 2015
  • Open de Chine de 2014, champion
  • Défi nord-américain de 2014
  • Open des Pays-Bas de 2014, médaille d’argent
  • Défi nord-américain de 2012
  • Open des É.-U. de quadrettes de 2012, champion
  • Championnat de l’Atlantique de 2011, quart de finale
  • Défi nord-américain de 2010
  • Open des É.-U. en doublettes de 2010, médaille de bronze
  • Open des É.-U. en simple de 2010, 4e place
  • Open des É.-U. en simple de 2009, 4e place

Faits amusants

If you’re not at the lawn bowling club, where can we find you?
Hopefully golfing or curling, but probably at work.
What motivates you to succeed?
The challenge of finding out how good I can become.
How were you introduced to the sport of bowls?
Many of Canada’s national parks were built in the 1930’s and originally had a lawn bowling green. I rolled a lawn bowl for the first time when I was 14 years old at Prince Albert National Park in Saskatchewan and loved it.
Who is your favourite athlete?
Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – he will lead my fantasy baseball team to success in the coming years!
What is your favourite bowls memory?
Too many to name just one. Seeing teammates and friends succeed is always enjoyable!

Réalisations importantes au Boulingrin

  • Défi nord-américain de 2016
  • Championnat de l’Asie-Pacifique de 2015
  • Open de Chine de 2014, champion
  • Défi nord-américain de 2014
  • Open des Pays-Bas de 2014, médaille d’argent
  • Défi nord-américain de 2012
  • Open des É.-U. de quadrettes de 2012, champion
  • Championnat de l’Atlantique de 2011, quart de finale
  • Défi nord-américain de 2010
  • Open des É.-U. en doublettes de 2010, médaille de bronze
  • Open des É.-U. en simple de 2010, 4e place
  • Open des É.-U. en simple de 2009, 4e place

Faits amusants

If you’re not at the lawn bowling club, where can we find you?
Hopefully golfing or curling, but probably at work.
What motivates you to succeed?
The challenge of finding out how good I can become.
How were you introduced to the sport of bowls?
Many of Canada’s national parks were built in the 1930’s and originally had a lawn bowling green. I rolled a lawn bowl for the first time when I was 14 years old at Prince Albert National Park in Saskatchewan and loved it.
Who is your favourite athlete?
Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – he will lead my fantasy baseball team to success in the coming years!
What is your favourite bowls memory?
Too many to name just one. Seeing teammates and friends succeed is always enjoyable!