The Tenpin Bowling duo, Anuar Bin Saaid (53 years old) and Kalvin Tay Leong Hock (41 years old) secures Singapore’s second medal at the Asian Para Games 2014 by getting bronze for Men’s Doubles (TPB8+TPB8) Ten Pin Bowling event held yesterday's morning in Incheon, South Korea.
They won the bronze medal with a collective score of 1582. South Korea took the gold medal while Malaysia took the silver medal. 
“I feel so very surprised and very happy. I would like to thank our supporters, our coach, my boss and our friends for their guidance and support for us to win this bronze medal,” said Anuar after the win, “we were very tensed before the game, but our supporters told us to relax and enjoy the game. And so we relaxed and did our best.”
“Anuar helped me out a lot, and supported me throughout the game,” said Kalvin of his teammate, “it was all about teamwork.”
“They have really put in a lot of hard work. They are full time workers and after their work, they would come for training every after day,” said Ms Florence Khemlani, President of the Bowling Association for the Disabled “They were really jumping for joy after their win, and the first thing they did was to take out the Singapore flag. They were so proud of Singapore.”
Congratulations to Team Singapore Tenpin Bowlers!