Super Series is a new European Bowling tour that started 2003, with it´s first competition in Aalborg, Denmark. The new tournament has 6 tour stops and a grande finale in Jönköping, Sweden, during easter 2004. The prize money will be the highest ever in Sweden. Swedish Television, SVT, NRK, Norwegian Television and Viasat Denmark is broadcasting the finals from each tour stops live. The Grande Finale in Jönköping will be broadcasted live on Swedish National channel and can be wied all over the country. Today the tour stops are in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland, but in a very short time, probably the season 2004/2005, the tour will expand to the rest of the European bowling countries. Those countries will probably be Germany, England, Spain, France and Italy.
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Tomas Leandersson
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Team: Team Pergamon, Sweden
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Matchplay Avg: 218
Won matches: 45%

Final appearance: 16
Final games played: 90
Final match played: 25
Stepladder appearance: 3
Titles: 1
Final positions:
14. Olympia Tournament 2003
9. Norwegian Open 2003
34. Kungsbacka International 2003
20. Ballmasters Open 2004
43. Husqvarna International 2004
3. Brunswick Aalborg International 2004
24. Olympia Tournament 2004
18. Norwegian Open 2004
10. Kungsbacka International 2004
30. Ballmasters Open 2005
17. Husqvarna International 2005
1. Olympia Tournament 2005.
11. Norwegian Open 2005
27. Kungsbacka International 2005
14. Husqvarna International 2006
3. Brunswick Aalborg International 2006
3. Brunswick Aalborg International 2006
12. SuperSeries Final 2005/2006

Biggest achievements in Championships
Gold, Nordic Five-Team 1990.
Gold, Nordic Doubles 1992.
Gold, Nordic Trios 1992.
Gold, Eur. Trios 1993.
Gold, World Games 1993.
Gold, World Ten Pin Cup Team 1994.
Gold, Nordic Trios 1995.
Gold, World Doubles 1995.
Gold, Eur. Cup Team 1996.
Gold, Eur. Five-Team 1997.
Gold, World Ten Pin Cup Team 1998.
Gold, Eur. Cup Ind. 1999.
Gold, Nordic Masters 1999.
Gold, Eur. Five-Team 1997.
Gold, World Five-Team 1999.
Gold, World Cup 2000.
Gold, World Doubles 2003.
Gold, World Five-Team 2003.
Silver, Eur. Cup Team 1990.
Silver, Nordic Trios 1990.
Silver, Nordic Masters 1990.
Silver, Nordic Five-Team 1992.
Silver, Eur. Doubles 1993.
Silver, Eur. Five-Team 1993.
Silver, Eur. Masters 1993.
Silver, World Cup 1993.
Silver, World Games Mixed 1993.
Silver, World Five-Team 1995.
Silver, World Ten Pin Cup Team 1996.
Silver, Nordic Doubles 1999.
Silver, Nordic Five-Team 1999.
Silver, World Ten Pin Cup Team 2000.
Bronze, Nordic Doubles 1988.
Bronze, Nordic Trios 1988.
Bronze, Nordic Five-Team 1988.
Bronze, Nordic Doubles 1990.
Bronze, World Masters 1991.
Bronze, Eur. Cup Team 1992.
Bronze, Eur. All Event 1993.
Bronze, Eur. Cup Team 1994.
Bronze, Nordic Five-Team 1995.
Bronze, Nordic Doubles 1995.
Bronze, World Trios 1995.
Bronze, Nordic Mixed 1999.
Bronze, World All Event 1999.

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