Bowler sees first action at World Games
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.