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Biography

MEYER Russell

Nationality New Zealand Flag NZL New Zealand
Birth Date 01/05/1972
Gender Men
Height (m / in) 1.88/6'2''
Weight (kg / lbs) 80/176
Events Inscribed   Lawn Bowls Men's Singles

                                  
Date Venue Event Country - Name Results Status
18 Mar
13:00
SLB
Green 4 / 22
Men's Singles
Preliminary Groups 4 Match 30
New Zealand Flag NZL  - MEYER Russell 2 8 14   Completed
Niue Island Flag NIU  - LAGATULE Leslie George 0 5 3  
21 Mar
13:00
SLB
Green 2 / 12
Men's Singles
Preliminary Groups 4 Match 14
New Zealand Flag NZL  - MEYER Russell 2 9 10   Completed
Guernsey Flag GUE  - le BER Matthew Len 0 4 3  
22 Mar
10:00
SLB
Green 2 / 10
Men's Singles
Preliminary Groups 4 Match 12
New Zealand Flag NZL  - MEYER Russell 1 12 6 0 Completed
Canada Flag CAN  - BESTER Ryan 2 4 9 2
23 Mar
13:00
SLB
Green 1 / 3
Men's Singles
Preliminary Groups 4 Match 9
New Zealand Flag NZL  - MEYER Russell 0.5 7 5   Completed
England Flag ENG  - FARISH Stephen 1.5 7 12  
23 Mar
15:30
SLB
Green 1 / 5
Men's Singles
Pool 9th-12th Groups 1 Match 67
Norfolk Island Flag NFI  - TALL Neil 0 5 5   Completed
New Zealand Flag NZL  - MEYER Russell 2 6 6  
23 Mar
19:00
SLB
Green 1 / 2
Men's Singles
Pool 9th-12th Groups 1 Match 73
Namibia Flag NAM  - CALITZ Douw 0 3 3   Completed
New Zealand Flag NZL  - MEYER Russell 2 9 10  
24 Mar
10:00
SLB
Green 3 / 14
Men's Singles
Pool 9th-12th Groups 1 Match 22
Scotland Flag SCO  - BURNETT Darren 2 12 5 2 Completed
New Zealand Flag NZL  - MEYER Russell 1 5 16 0

Place Of Birth New Zealand
Recent Results Asia Pacific Championships (Melbourne, Australia, Nov-2005)
6th in the pairs (Brassey)
Commonwealth
Games History
Manchester 2002
5th, group A points in the pairs
Other Russell won the Speight's North East Valley 10000 - an annual invitational event which attracts New Zealand's top male bowlers - in both 2004 and 2005.

He was part of the men's team that placed second overall at the 2005 Asia Pacific Championships held in Melbourne, Australia. Canada pipped the Kiwi team by two points to take out the title.

He was also the 2004 World Championship bronze medallist.

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