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    5/8/2012
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Guillaume Nadeau

Biography

Nadeau was a 2-time Gold Medalist in singles and doubles during the FASQ Charoule Provincial Tournament in 1994.

He set a new Canadian Record (sanctioned by CTF) back in 2001 for his 879 series that included games of 300, 279 and 300.

From 2006-2009 Guillaume served as the Ambassador of the Quebec Games Regional Finals for the Chaudière-Appalaches & La Capitale-Nationale Regions.  And, in 2007, he was an Assistant Coach for the Chaudière-Appalaches Regions at the Quebec Winter Games.  Has competed at the Canadian Team Trials 10 times since 2002 with a best-finish of 6th place for Adult and 5th for Youth.

He was a member of the 2005 Youth Team Canada and represented Canada at the 1st International Youth Tournament in Punta Cana (Dominican Republic) in which in got 5 podiums.

In 2010, he earned a spot on Team Canada and competed at the Tournament of the Americas in Orlando (Florida) and at the World Men's Championships in Munich (Germany).

From 2002 to 2011, he was a bowling writer for HebdoQuilles.com.  In August of 2011, he joined the Storm Nation and he currently is the French Translator and Social Media Consultant for the company.

Guillaume has taught since 2005 and now teaches English as a second language, computers, social media websites and iPad to retired people.

 

 

Accomplishments

  • 2nd  2005 Youth Team Canada Tournament (Team and All Events)
  • 3rd  2005 Youth Team Canada Tournament (Singles, Doubles and All Events)
  • 1st   2010 Inter-Provincial Molson Cup Team Champion
  • 3rd   2010 Tournament of Americas (Team and All Events)
  • 2010 Tournament of Americas "Friendship Award" Recipient
  • 49th 2010 World Men's Championships (Singles)
  • 74th  2010 World Men's Championships (Doubles)
  • 27th  2010 World Men's Championships (Trios)
  • 7th  2010 World Men's Championships (5-Man Team)
  • 54th  2010 World Men's Championships (All Events)
  • 1st  2012 Boutique Challenge Gold Medalist
  • 3rd  2013 Challenge Beauport
  • 3 career 800 series (High 879)