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I've lost focus due to non-payment: Mohammad Asif
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´╗┐Brilliant cueists remain unrewarded

Karachi: Pakistani cueist Mohammad Asif returned from Sofia: Bulgaria in December 2012 along with IBSF World Snooker Championship title amid celebrations however even after 16 months the world champion is yet to receive the cash reward he is ... Pakistan Press International, 3 days ago
Ive lost focus due to non-payment: Mohammad Asif The Express Tribune, 4 days ago

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Zulfiqar stuns Asif in National Snooker with a century break

KARACHI, Mar 3 (APP): Unfancied Zulfiqar Qadir of Sindh pulled off a major shock when he defeated former IBSF World Champion Muhammad Asif of Punjab 4-2 on the third day of Jubilee Insurance 39th National Snooker Championship at Karachi Gymkhana ...
 Associated Press of Pakistan1 month ago Snooker: Asif aiming to restore lost pride  The Express Tribune1 month ago 39th National Snooker Championship : Asif stuns holder Hamza to claim crown  Daily Times1 month ago Snooker: Akbar sets eyes on national title  The Express Tribune1 month ago
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WLBSA world snooker and billiards: Chitra and Umadevi to represent India

Chitra Magimairaj and R. Umadevi will represent India at the , which begins at Leeds (England) on Friday. Chitra, a two-time world billiards champion, will compete only in the snooker event. Umadevi, the 2012 world billiards champion, will compete ...
 The Hindu6 hours ago
IBNLive India News

Advani crashes out

Pankaj Advani's hopes of making it to the World Snooker Championship were dashed after the ace cueist lost his third-round qualifier against Robbie Williams on Monday. Pankaj, 28, could not stand the English test as Robbie outplayed the Bangalore lad 10-7.
 Deccan Herald2 days ago Advani to return to his first love billiards after pro season  IBNLive India News1 month ago Advani, Vidya Pillai crowned champions  The Hindu1 month ago

News: Bromley back with Baseboards at Whistler

Whistler Olympic Park has become North America's first location to offer the Bromley Baseboard Experience. Basebording was unveiled at the World Ski and Snowboard Festival in Whistler, Canada last year and is centred on a patented board design and ...
 Rotherham Business News1 week ago

Brewer turns tables for women

Seeking easy prey around the green velvet doesn't appeal to Kimberlee Brewer. Given her ability with the cue on the snooker and pool tables, Brewer, one of New Zealand's top female snooker and pool players, could top up her student allowance by ...
 The Press NZ3 weeks ago
Slate Magazine

Sochi Olympics bobsled: Why its the worst-designed sport of all time.

Members of the U.S. bobsled team practice ahead of the Olympic Games at the Sanki Sliding Center on Feb. 6, 2014 in Sochi, Russia. Photo by Adam Pretty/ In the 1994 Winter Olympics, the Jamaican bobsled team had its best showing ever. After ...
 Slate Magazine1 month ago The Worst-Designed Sport of All Time  Slate Magazine1 month ago
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