Arturo Quintero


    I was born in Mexico City and started bowling at the age of 8. It was simply love at first sight. I have been playing at the highest level since I was 14 years old and I was nicknamed El Niño de Oro which means, The Gold Kid. I earned that name when I bowled a perfect game in Arabia in 2001 to earn 1 Kilo of Gold. The most important things in my life are God and my family but bowling is my passion. I have the privilege to be able to do that for a living. I like Latin music, my favorite food is the Brazilian Picaña. When I’m not bowling, I like boxing and skateboarding. However, I think that if I hadn't been a professional bowler, I would have been an architect.

    I consider myself a fun and respectful person towards others and will always work to live up to the values that my parents instilled in me. I will always fight to achieve my goals. I always keep trying, no matter how many times I may fail. When you keep trying, you always open an opportunity that may help you reach all your dreams.



    • 16 Years on the Mexico National Team
    • 4-Time Car Winner with 300 games
    • Won 1 Kilo of Gold with a 300 game
    • 2019 Bronze Medal Panamerican Games Lima Peru
    • 2000 2nd place International Eliminator
    • 2001 Champion Israel Open
    • 2003 Champion Vigo Open Spain
    • 2003 Champion Pamplona Open Spain
    • 2003 3rd Place Mannheim Open Germany
    • 2001 2nd Place Storm Brasil Open
    • 87 300 Games
    • 2017 Gold Medal Central American Games Guatemala City
    • 2018 8th Place Us Open
    • 2016 PBA TV Show USA vs The World
    • Won Players Championship (Southwest Region)