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UNEASY SITS THE CROWN The list of crowned beauty queens who love bowling has doubled!

Kimberly Pressler,

crowned Miss USA in 1999, has been handling sideline reporter duties for Profes- sional Bowlers Association Tour telecasts since 2010. The lane-savvy Pressler may, however, want to keep an eye out over her shoulder. That’s because the newly

minted Miss USA, Erin Brady, lists bowling as her favorite sport. The 25-year-old fi nan- cial accountant from Con- necticut was crowned Miss USA 2013 in Las Vegas. Iron- ically, Pressler, a native New Yorker, was a judge when Brady was crowned Miss Connecticut in December. “[Bowling] was one of

the requirements she had to have when I judged her,” Pressler joked in a Facebook post.

Unfortunately, the Miss USA pageant does not include a talent portion of the program. Watching Ms. Brady crush the pocket would have been far more interesting to viewers than a piano recital or operatic singing.

The Beautiful Game: Former Miss USA Kimberly Pressler (below) has been handling sideline reporting chores on PBA broadcasts since 2010. Newly crowned Miss USA Erin Brady (right) is also as comfortable on the lanes as on the runway.



OF LUXURY The Broadmoor resort in Colorado

Springs, Colo., has been one of the standards of luxury getaways since it opened in 1918 (with John D. Rockefeller among its fi rst guests). Nestled near the southern edge of the Rocky Mountains, the Broadmoor off ers 54 holes of golf, tennis, pools, fi ve-star restaurants, high-end retail shops and…wait for it…bowling!

Six lanes (installed by Brunswick Bowling)

are part of The Broadmoor’s new dining and late-night option, PLAY. “Luxury Retro” is the description of the indoor playground that also boasts a restaurant, a lounge, a private dining area and shuffl eboard.

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