Peter Gilchrist wins Pacific International Billiards Championship

Published on June 17, 2019
Peter Gilchrist has won the Pacific International Billiards Championship 2019 at the Yarraville Club in Melbourne, Australia.
Peter Gilchrist wins Pacific International Billiards Championship

Details:

  • Peter Gilchrist defeated Kolkata cueist Kothari who had been on a roll winning the International Reventon Classic Snooker championship, a triple crown event of Australia and thereafter went on to display some outstanding billiards en-route the final.

About Peter Gilchrist:

  • Peter Gilchrist is an English-born Singaporean English billiards player.
  • He has won the WPBSA World Championships in 1994, 2001 and in 2013.
  • He has also represented Singapore in the SEA Games in 2009, where he won Gold for English Billiards Singles, and Bronze for the doubles.
  • He also set the world record for highest break in billiards (1346) under modern rules, at the New Zealand Open Billiards Championships.
  • In 2014, he scored his second 1000 break at the World Billiards Irish Open.
  • He is the only player of the modern era who scored more than one 1000 points in tournament break.

Question:

Q. Who has won the Pacific International Billiards Championship 2019 at the Yarraville Club in Melbourne, Australia?
a. Matt Gilchrist
b. David Gilchrist
c. Peter Gilchrist
d. Andrew Gilchrist

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