The official World Billiards Championship is steeped in a rich and colourful history with roots dating back to as far as 1825 when Edwin Kentfield was declared as the first champion.
Throughout the different generations, greats of the three-ball game from both sides of the world - and in between - have lifted the trophy. Rules, venues, formats and faces ...
World Billiards and the Australian Billiards & Snooker Council are delighted to announce that the 2019 World Billiards Championship and 2019 World Open will take place at the Royal Automobile Club of Victoria, in Melbourne, Australia, between Sunday 6th and Saturday 12th October.
The World Open will be played over the first two days of this period. ...
India's Sourav Kothari
defeated Peter Gilchrist 1134-944 to capture the World Billiards Championship for the first time in his career at the England's Northern Snooker Centre.
Hosted and organised by World Billiards, this year's event was successfully played under a new format which sees the familiar 13-day competition split into two separate events ...