Nine-ball at the 2009 World Games – women's singles

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Nine-ball women's singles
at the 2009 World Games
Venue Chung Cheng Martial Arts Stadium, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Dates 22–26 July 2009
Competitors 16 from 11 nations
Medalists
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  2005
2013  

The women's singles nine-ball competition at the 2009 World Games took place from 22 to 26 July 2009 at the Chung Cheng Martial Arts Stadium in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. [1]

Nine-ball type of sport

Nine-ball is a contemporary form of pool, with historical beginnings rooted in the United States and traceable to the 1920s. The game may be played in social and recreational settings by any number of players and subject to whatever rules are agreed upon beforehand, or in league and tournament settings in which the number of players and the rules are set by the sponsors. During much of its history, nine-ball has been known as a "money game" in both professional and recreational settings, but has since become established as a legitimate alternative to eight ball, straight pool and other major competition games.

2009 World Games

The 2009 World Games, the eighth edition of the World Games, were an international multi-sport event held in Kaohsiung, Republic of China from July 16, 2009 to July 26, 2009. The games featured sports that are not contested in the Olympic Games.

Chung Cheng Martial Arts Stadium

The Chung Cheng Martial Arts Stadium is a stadium in Lingya District, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. The stadium was one of the venue for the World Games 2009.

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Last 16

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Jasmin Ouschan Flag of Austria.svg 9–4 Flag of Spain.svg Amalia Matas
Carlynn Andrea Sanchez Torrealba Flag of Venezuela.svg 4–9 Flag of the United States.svg Jeanette Lee
Ga-young Kim Flag of South Korea.svg 6–9 Flag of Norway.svg Line Kjorsvik
Yukiko Oi Flag of Japan.svg 5–9 Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg Shu Han Chang
Allison Fisher Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 9–3 Flag of South Africa.svg Aspra Indurjeeth Panchoo
Akio Otani Flag of Japan.svg 4–9 Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg Liu Shin-Mei
Vivian Villareal Flag of the United States.svg 9–5 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Estelle Bijnen
Pei Chen Tsai Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg 2–9 Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg Lin Yuan-chun

Last 8

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Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsGold medal match
          
     
  Flag of Austria.svg Jasmin Ouschan  9
 
  Flag of the United States.svg Jeanette Lee  5 
  Flag of Austria.svg Jasmin Ouschan  9
 
   Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg Shu Han Chang  2 
  Flag of Norway.svg Line Kjorsvik  8
 
  Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg Shu Han Chang  9 
  Flag of Austria.svg Jasmin Ouschan  8
 
   Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Allison Fisher  9
  Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Allison Fisher  9
 
  Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg Liu Shin-Mei  5 
  Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Allison Fisher  9Bronze medal match
 
   Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg Lin Yuan-chun  5 
  Flag of the United States.svg Vivian Villareal  1  Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg Shu Han Chang  5
  Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg Lin Yuan-chun  9   Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg Lin Yuan-chun  9
 

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