General Assembly of Slovakian Billiard Association chose a new board. Samuel Koniar became the President.
M. Immonen and P. Makkonen won in World Cup of Pool in Manila. In a final match they defeated Polish pair - K. Skowerski and W. Szewczyk 10:8.
We know the names of participants World Pool Masters - Kielce -5 - 7 October.
There are 15 men and... 1 lady in the select group. Look at the draw !!!
1. Darren Appleton (England)
2. Kelly Fisher (England)
3. Ralf Souquet (Germany)
4. Tony Drago (Malta)
5. Nick Van den Berg (Holland)
6. Shane Van Boening (USA)
7. Li Hewen (China)
8. Dennis Orcollo (Philippines)
9. Alex Pagulayan (Canada)
10. Omar Al Shaheen (Kuwait)
11. Karol Skowerski (Poland)
12. Wojciech Szewcyk (Poland)
13. Radoslaw Babica (Poland)
14. Mateusz Sniegocki (Poland)
15. Ko Pin-yi (Chinese Taipei)
16. Raj Hundal (India)
European Billiard Council started cooperation in order to set up two international training centres. The first trainings are going to be started in summer 2013 in Chernomorets - Bulgaria.
As a result of conversations with the Mayor of the city of Ketrzyn the plan of building sport hall equipped with billiard club was raised. If this enterprise succeeds we will watch billiard players in beautiful Warmia and Mazury region in 2014. It is assumed that about 100 - 200 people per year will join the cours.
Olympic-Online Baltic Pool League 2012
Organizers: Estonian Pool Federation and Lithuanian Pool Federation in association with Olympic-Online and Latvian Billiard Federation.
Venue: Billiard club „Champions Club”, Ropazu 7, Riga, Latvia.
Polish players – Radoslaw Babica and Tomasz Kapłan won the EBC Pro Team Cup. They defeated the second Polish pair Karol Skowerski - Wojciech Szewczyk 9 : 4
Japanese company from Hiroshima - Kamui CO. declared its support for sport events organized by European Billiard Council.
The producer of cue tips valued in the world wants to more actively promote his products in Eastern Europe.
Olga Ivanova on the top.
Players from Poland, Slovakia and Belarus took part in the second tournament of series Pyramid Tour. The winner became Olga Ivanova from Belarus. She defeated Michal Kedzior (PL) in the final 3:1. Bronze medals got Jakub Pociask and Piotr Kędzior (PL). "I had a chance to win but I made to many mistakes" told runner-up Michał. " I slept in the final and I could not show my normal quality of game" Olga Ivanova commented.