HOPKINSVILLE, KY – Hammer bowling is pleased to announce the addition Tannya Roumimper to its national PWBA pro staff.
Roumimper has been a member of Team Indonesia since 2005. To her credit, she has one bronze medal (trios) at the 2017 World Bowling Championships, one gold medal (doubles) and one silver medal (Masters) at the 2017 South East Asia Games, one silver medal (doubles) and one bronze medal (Masters) at the 2015 SEA Games, one gold medal (singles) at the 2007 SEA Games, one silver medal (all-events) at the 2007 world Youth Championship and one silver medal (team) at the 2010 Asian Games.
In addition, Roumimper is a two-time National Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association Most Valuable Player (2013-2014) and is the 2009 Indonesia Open champion and the 2010 Thailand International Open champion.
Rob Gotchall, Marketing Manager – Players, Promotions and Events, said Roumimper brings an impressive international resume and an outstanding collegiate career at Wichita State to the table.
“We are very excited to begin working with Tannya and help her take her game and career to the next level,” Gotchall said. “Her addition to Hammer’s PWBA national staff continues our growth of assembling a team of the best players from around the world.”
Roumimper said Hammer’s commitment to the PWBA is a major reason for her signing and she looks forward to realizing her dreams with the brand.
“It has always been a dream to win a PWBA title,” Roumimper said. “I hope with the support I have with Hammer, I will be able to get the job done.”
“It will be an honor to represent my first title with Hammer,” she said.
Roumimper is from Bandung, Indonesia.