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'''Evelyn Chan Lu Ee''' is a [[Singapore]]an [[bowler (ten-pin)|bowler]]. She and [[Jennifer Tan]] won gold in the doubles event at the 2nd [[Commonwealth Tenpin Bowling Championships]] in 2005.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.mtbc.org.my/results/cg2005.htm|title=2nd Commonwealth Championship 2005|publisher=Malaysian Tenpin Bowling Congress|date=19 February 2005|access-date=7 December 2017|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20060205100716/http://www.mtbc.org.my/results/cg2005.htm|archive-date=5 February 2006}}</ref> She was later part of the women's team which won bronze in [[bowling at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games]]. For those accomplishments, she received the Singapore Bowling Federation's Recognition Awards in 2006 and 2007.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://singaporebowling.org.sg/awards-3/|title=Recognition Awards|publisher=Singapore Bowling Federation|access-date=7 December 2007}}</ref>
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'''Evelyn Chan Lu Ee''' is a Singaporean [[bowler (ten-pin)|bowler]].  
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In 2003, Chan won the 36th Singapore International Open, her first International title.<ref>{{cite web | url=http://www.abf-online.org/results/36thspore-res2.htm | title=36th Singapore International Open | accessdate=6 August 2020}}</ref>
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At the 2nd [[Commonwealth Tenpin Bowling Championships]] in 2005, Chan won bronze medal at the Ladies Singles event and the gold medal with [[Jennifer Tan]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.mtbc.org.my/results/cg2005.htm|title=2nd Commonwealth Championship 2005|publisher=Malaysian Tenpin Bowling Congress|date=19 February 2005|access-date=7 December 2017|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20060205100716/http://www.mtbc.org.my/results/cg2005.htm|archive-date=5 February 2006}}</ref>  
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Chan was also part of the Singapore woman bowling team which won bronze in the Women's Team of Five at [[bowling at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games]] and Women's Trios at [[bowling at the 2007 Southeast Asian Games]].<ref>{{cite web | url=https://singaporebowling.org.sg/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Website-Major-Achievements-S.pdf | title=Major Achievements | accessdate=6 August 2020}}</ref> For those accomplishments, she received the Singapore Bowling Federation's Recognition Awards in 2006 and 2007.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://singaporebowling.org.sg/awards-3/|title=Recognition Awards|publisher=Singapore Bowling Federation|access-date=7 December 2007}}</ref>
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Chan, as part of the women's bowling team, was also awarded the Meritorious Award (Team) of the [[Singapore National Olympic Council#Singapore Sports Awards|Singapore Sports Awards]] in 2007.<ref>{{cite web | url=https://www.singaporeolympics.com/singapore-sports-awards/ | title=Singapore Sports Awards | accessdate=6 August 2020}}</ref>
  
 
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Evelyn Chan Lu Ee is a Singaporean bowler.

In 2003, Chan won the 36th Singapore International Open, her first International title.[1]

At the 2nd Commonwealth Tenpin Bowling Championships in 2005, Chan won bronze medal at the Ladies Singles event and the gold medal with Jennifer Tan.[2]

Chan was also part of the Singapore woman bowling team which won bronze in the Women's Team of Five at bowling at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games and Women's Trios at bowling at the 2007 Southeast Asian Games.[3] For those accomplishments, she received the Singapore Bowling Federation's Recognition Awards in 2006 and 2007.[4]

Chan, as part of the women's bowling team, was also awarded the Meritorious Award (Team) of the Singapore Sports Awards in 2007.[5]

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