Local bowler wins bronze at Special Olympics

By on July 23, 2014
Special Olympian Stephen Lee is presented with a bronze medal he won for bowling at the recent Special Olympics Canada Summer Games in the Lower Mainland. Lee’s team representing B.C. was one of 40 bowling teams that competed in Richmond over the July 12 weekend. The team placed seventh. Lee picked up his medal for coming third as an individual for average number of pins. In his high game he scored 205. (Photo supplied)

Special Olympian Stephen Lee is presented with a bronze medal he won for bowling at the recent Special Olympics Canada Summer Games in the Lower Mainland. Lee’s team representing B.C. was one of 40 bowling teams that competed in Richmond over the July 12 weekend. The team placed seventh. Lee picked up his medal for coming third as an individual for average number of pins. In his high game he scored 205. (Photo supplied)

Special Olympian Stephen Lee, who is from Oliver and bowls at Kobau Lanes in Osoyoos, took home a bronze medal he won for bowling at the recent Special Olympics Canada Summer Games in the Lower Mainland.

Lee’s team representing B.C. was one of 40 bowling teams that competed in Richmond over the July 12 weekend. The team placed seventh.

Lee picked up his medal for coming third as an individual for average number of pins. In his high game he scored 205.

See recent story on Stephen Lee.

Special Olympian Stephen Lee shows off the bronze medal he won for bowling at the recent Special Olympics Canada Summer Games in the Lower Mainland. Lee's team representing B.C. was one of 40 bowling teams that competed in Richmond over the July 12 weekend. The team placed seventh. Lee picked up his medal for coming third as an individual for average number of pins. In his high game he scored 205. (Richard McGuire photo)

Special Olympian Stephen Lee shows off the bronze medal he won for bowling at the recent Special Olympics Canada Summer Games in the Lower Mainland. Lee’s team representing B.C. was one of 40 bowling teams that competed in Richmond over the July 12 weekend. The team placed seventh. Lee picked up his medal for coming third as an individual for average number of pins. In his high game he scored 205. (Richard McGuire photo)

 

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