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Top Team USA moments since USBC's inception

Since Team USA began competing in international events more than 50 years ago, it has had its share of ups and downs. But over the past five years, Team USA has had some of the brightest moments in its history.

Here's a look at five of the top moments in the Team USA program since the United States Bowling Congress formed on Jan. 1, 2005:

YES TO PROS: Perhaps the biggest thing to happen to Team USA was not something that took place on the lanes. In 2007, the World Tenpin Bowling Association Congress voted to allow professional bowlers to compete in world events, paving the way for the future success of players like Walter Ray Williams Jr. (singles, Masters gold medals at the 2008 World Men's Championships) and Bill O'Neill (all-events, singles gold medals at the 2009 Pan American Bowling Confederation Championships).

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