Zara Giles

Year Inducted – 2014

Zara Giles (nee Glover) is a three time World champion and owner of a staggering 18 Gold medals in major championships and was voted into the WBW Hall of Fame in 2007. Four EBT titles, two Asian tour titles and multiple UK titles.


1998 European Youth Championships, Vienna, Austria – Team Silver
1999 Coca Cola Fives, Nottingham winner
1999 European Youth Team Cup, Brussels, Belgium – Team Gold
2000 Bushbury Singles winner
2000 European Youth Championships, Hoofddorp, Netherlands – Team Gold
2000 World Youth Championships, Dominican Republic – Doubles Gold
2001 European Championships Denmark – Trios Gold, Fives Bronze, Masters runner up
2002 Commonwealth Championships, Stirling, Scotland – Fours Gold, Doubles Silver,
2002 World Youth Championships, Thailand – Team Gold
2002 PTBC Swindon winner
2002 Tamworth Doubles winner
2003 BTBA Nationals, Nottingham winner
2003 World Championships – Singles, Doubles, All-Events Gold Medalist & Trios Silver
2004 European Team Cup, Norwich, England – Team Gold
2004 PTBC Tolworth winner
2004 Jim Brewer Memorial, Poole winner
2004 EBT 1st Oltremare Championships winner
2005 EBT 1st San Marino Open winner
2005 World Games, Germany – Singles Silver Medalist
2005 ABT Indonesian Open Champion
2005 European Ladies Masters Champion
2006 EBT 2nd San Marino Open winner
2006 ABT Indonesian Open Champion
2007 Burton Singles winner
2007 European Fives, norwich winner
2007 EBT Husqvarna International winner
2007 Womens World Championships, Monterrey, Mexico – Team Bronze
2007 World Ranking Masters, Silver
2008 Commonwealth Championships, Belfast, Northern Ireland – Doubles Gold,  Team Gold, All Events Gold,
2008 European Champions cup,  Germany  Gold
2007 WBW Hall of Fame induction
2008 Qubica AMF World Cup, Mexico – Bronze
2008 UK Female Bowler of the Year
2008 European Champions Cup Germany, Gold
2008 Commonwealth Championships, Belfast, Northern Ireland – Doubles Gold, Team Gold, All Events Gold
2009  Team England event, Blackburn winner
2009 AMF World Cup qualifier winner
2009 World Games, Taipei – Singles Silver Medalist
2009 PTBC Duel lane challenge winner
2009 Scott Banks winner
2009 World cup qualifier, Crewe winner
2009 Qubica AMF World Cup, Malaysia – Silver
2009 PTBC Duel lane challenge winner
2009 Team England event, Blackburn winner
2011 Navigators Cup Champion
2010 English Open Runner Up
2013 Irish Open, Stillorgan – Winner
7 x 300 games

Three time World Champion, Inducted into WBW Hall of Fame (2007) –  4 EBT Titles – Total 18 Gold, 6 Silver, 4 Bronze – domestic titles