Three-cushion billiards at the 2017 World Games – men's singles

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Three-cushion billiards men's singles
at the 2017 World Games
Venue Wroclaw Congress Center, Wrocław, Poland
Dates 26–30 July 2017
Competitors 16 from 13 nations
Medalists
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The men's singles three-cushion billiards competition at the 2017 World Games took place from 26 to 30 July 2017 at the Wroclaw Congress Center in Wrocław, Poland. [1]

Three-cushion billiards

Three-cushion billiards is a popular form of carom billiards.

2017 World Games International multi-sport event in Wroclaw, Poland

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Bracket

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Round of 16Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
              
      
  Flag of Spain.svg Daniel Sánchez  40
  Flag of Poland.svg David Tonojan  9 
  Flag of Spain.svg Daniel Sánchez  40
   Flag of the United States.svg Hugo Patino  32 
  Flag of Spain.svg Javier Palazón  19
  Flag of the United States.svg Hugo Patino  40 
  Flag of Spain.svg Daniel Sánchez  40
   Flag of Egypt.svg Sameh Sidhom  16 
  Flag of Vietnam.svg Trần Quyết Chiến  40
  Flag of Colombia.svg Huberney Cataño  18 
  Flag of Vietnam.svg Trần Quyết Chiến  36
   Flag of Egypt.svg Sameh Sidhom  40 
  Flag of Costa Rica.svg Erick Téllez  25
  Flag of Egypt.svg Sameh Sidhom  40 
  Flag of Spain.svg Daniel Sánchez  40
   Flag of Italy.svg Marco Zanetti  33
  Flag of Italy.svg Marco Zanetti  40
  Flag of Greece.svg Konstantinos Kokkoris  25 
  Flag of Italy.svg Marco Zanetti  40
   Flag of the United States.svg Pedro Piedrabuena  23 
  Flag of the United States.svg Pedro Piedrabuena  40
  Flag of Poland.svg Mateusz Śniegocki  27 
  Flag of Italy.svg Marco Zanetti  40
   Flag of the Netherlands.svg Dick Jaspers  36 Third place
  Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Eddy Leppens  40
  Flag of Turkey.svg Can Çapak  28 
  Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Eddy Leppens  24  Flag of Egypt.svg Sameh Sidhom  40
   Flag of the Netherlands.svg Dick Jaspers  40   Flag of the Netherlands.svg Dick Jaspers  26
  Flag of Japan.svg Ryuuji Umeda  32
  Flag of the Netherlands.svg Dick Jaspers  40 

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References

  1. "Competition Schedule" (PDF). The World Game 2017. Retrieved 25 July 2017.
  2. "Brackets" (PDF). The World Game 2017. Retrieved 30 July 2017.