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EBC Championships postponed

April 02, 2012 - News

After the consultations with federations and players it was decided that EBC Championships will take place in alternative time.

The nicest players

April 02, 2012 - News
Fot: Katarzyna Wesolowska (POL).

Every year the referees award the nicest players of the European Championships.

This year this title went to Katarzyna Wesolowska (POL) and Vitaly Pavlukhin (RUS).

As we can see we have not only talented but nice players as well.

11 medals!

April 02, 2012 - News
Natalia Sieroshtan (gold) and Daria Sirotina (bronze)

The players from Eastern Europe got eleven medals during European Championships which took place in Luxembourg.

The best score was achieved by players from Russia who won 7 medals (1 gold, 2 silver and 4 bronze). Polish players collected one gold medal, Ukrainian team got one silver medal and team from Estonia and Albania, each won 1 bronze medal. Congratulations for all competitors.

10-ball World Championships postponed

March 26, 2012 - News

WPA was informed by Raya Sport from the Philippines that 10-Ball World Championships, which were planned for May, need to be postponed due to difficulties in organizing the event within this period of time.

The World Games in Poland

March 26, 2012 - News

Colombia will be the host of The World Games in 2013. Four years later a few thousands of sportsmen will come to Wroclaw (Poland) to compete during the next edition of this tournament.

New member of EBC!

March 22, 2012 - News

Latvian Republic Billiard Federation would like to become a new member of EBC.

On 21 of March the application was approved and Sergey Kolcov was recommended as the LRBF representative.

Estonian Pool Champions League kicked off in Tallinn with 14.1

March 21, 2012 - News
Alexander Leitmäe

This years first event in Estonian Pool Champions League was held in Tallinn and the game was 14.1.

The venue was Hiiu Piljard pool club.After a hard day of matches the winner of the first stage was Alexander Leitmäe that won over promising junior Juss Saska with a score of 75:45. Third places went to Juss’ older brother Joonas Saska and Aleksandr Jermikimov.

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