Bowler sees first ac­tion at World Games

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - SPORTS -

Jenna Smith of Tyne Val­ley saw her first ac­tion at the 2015 Spe­cial Olympics World Games in Los An­ge­les on Mon­day.

The 25-year-old from Eller­slie is a mem­ber of Team Canada’s ten­pin bowl­ing team in Los An­ge­les. She recorded a score of 97 in di­vi­sion­ing ac­tion at the Lucky Strike bowl­ing fa­cil­ity. Smith is bowl­ing in sin­gles and dou­bles.

John Paynter of Free­town reg­is­tered a time of 23.13 sec­onds in the 100-me­tre di­vi­sion events on Mon­day.

Paynter, 42, set a per­sonal-best time of 50.86 sec­onds in the 200me­tre di­vi­sion event on Sun­day.

The track and field com­pe­ti­tion is tak­ing place at Loker Sta­dium, which is home to the Univer­sity of South­ern Cal­i­for­nia men’s and women’s track teams.

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