The first ever simultaneous multi-discipline billiards event took place this week near Paris. A part of the Billiards 2024 campaign, this fast-paced, new format event…
Carom, Snooker and Pool fans alike: be sure to tune in to the Olympic Channel on Monday 11th March for the live broadcast of the World Team Trophy, a first-of-its-kind tournament featuring all three disciplines.
In their common quest for the Olympic Dream, the WCBS, the French Billiards Federation (FFB) and the Billiards 2024 committee keep up their effort and launch the first-ever World Team Trophy.
The Organising Committee of the Olympic Games 2024 (OCOG) announced yesterday their proposal of four additional sports to join the 28 already scheduled for the event. These are breakdancing, climbing, skateboarding and surfing.
World-famous french trickshot artist Florian ‘Venom’ Kohler beat yet more official Guinness World Records records to further cement his presence in the popular book.
Further to the “Billiards 2024” kickoff event held on Nov. 30 at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the world’s major newspapers all echoed Billiards’ candidacy to the 2024 Olympic Games.
From the first floor of the Eiffel Tower, one of the world’s most popular monuments, Billiards officially launched the most ambitious bidding campaign in its history.
World Champion Shaun Murphy will be in Paris on November 30th. The British star will uphold Billiards’ candidacy to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
The World Confederation of Billiards Sports (WCBS) and the French Billiards Federation (Fédération Française de Billard – FFB) officially presented billiards’ bid as an additional sport for the 2024 Summer Olympic Games in Paris, France.