I was born and raised in Quebec City, Canada, and I have been bowling since I was 2 years old. At 16, I made Youth Team Canada for the first time and became hooked to the competition. I moved to Wichita in 2011 to attend Wichita State University, and I graduated in 2015 with a Business Administration degree. I joined the PBA in 2016 and continue to represent Canada internationally.
In my free time, I love to play, and watch, hockey and tennis. My favorite team is the Montreal Canadiens, and my favorite tennis player is Roger Federer. I also have deep interests for languages and the culinary arts.
- 4 PBA titles – including the 2019 and 2016 U.S. OPEN where he bowled a 300 game in the semi-final
- 2016 PBA Harry Golden Rookie of the Year
- 2016 PBA Southwest Region Rookie of the Year
- 2018 PBA Southwest Region Player of the Year
- 5-time Team Canada member
- 4-time Youth Team Canada member
- 8 international medals (4 gold, 1 silver, 3 bronze)
- 2019 PABCON Singles gold medal
- 2017 World Bowling Championships Masters gold medal
For full PBA statistics of Francois Lavoie, click here.