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Anthony Carroll Knowles is an American politician and businessman who served as the seventh governor of Alaska from December 1994 to December 2002. Barred from seeking a third consecutive term as governor in 2002, he ran unsuccessfully for the U.S. Senate in 2004 and again for governor in 2006. In September 2008, Knowles became president of the National Energy Policy Institute, a non-profit energy policy organization funded by billionaire George Kaiser's family foundation, and located at the University of Tulsa.
Joe Johnson is an English former professional snooker player and commentator, best known as the surprise winner of the 1986 World Championship.
Anthony "Tony" Knowles is an English former professional snooker player. He was a three times semi-finalist in the World Professional Snooker Championship in the 1980s.
Knowles is a common Cornish surname of Celtic origin, and can also be an Anglicized version of the Irish name Ó Tnúthghail. It may refer to many people.
The 2006 Alaska gubernatorial general election took place on November 7, 2006. The former mayor of Wasilla, Sarah Palin, was elected governor.
The 1986 World Snooker Championship was a professional snooker tournament that took place between 19 April and 5 May 1986 at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, England. It was the sixth and final ranking event of the 1985–86 snooker season and the 1986 edition of the World Snooker Championship first held in 1927. The total prize fund was £350,000 with £70,000 awarded to the winner. The tournament was sponsored by cigarette manufacturer Embassy.
The 1985 World Snooker Championship was a ranking professional snooker tournament that took place from 12 to 28 April 1985 at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, England. The event was organised by the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA), and was the ninth consecutive World Snooker Championship to be held at the Crucible the first event taking place in 1977. A five-round qualifying event for the championship was held at the Preston Guild Hall from 27 to 31 March for 87 players; 16 of whom reached the main stage, where they met the 16 invited seeded players. The tournament was broadcast in the United Kingdom by the BBC, and was sponsored by the Embassy cigarette company. The total prize fund for the event was £250,000, the highest prize pool for any snooker tournament to that date; the winner received £60,000.
The 1984 World Snooker Championship was a ranking professional snooker tournament that took place between 21 April and 7 May 1984 at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, England. The event was organised by the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA), and was the eighth consecutive World Snooker Championship to be held at the Crucible since the event was first held there in 1977. The event featured 94 participants, with a qualifying event for 78 players held in Bristol from 1 to 13 April; 16 of these players qualified for the main stage in Sheffield, where they met 16 invited seeded competitors. The total prize fund for the event was £200,000, the highest total pool for any snooker tournament to that date; the winner received £44,000.
Stefan Mazrocis is a former professional Dutch snooker player. He was born of Latvian and English parentage, and spent his early life in Leicester, England.
The 1981 UK Championship was a professional non-ranking snooker tournament that took place at the Guild Hall in Preston, England, between 22 November and 5 December 1981. This was the fifth edition of the UK Championship, the fourth staging of the competition in Preston, and the fourth consecutive UK Championship to be sponsored by Coral. The televised stages were shown on the BBC from 28 November through to the end of the championship.
Tony Chappel is a former Welsh professional snooker player from Pontarddulais in Swansea, whose career spanned seventeen years from 1984 to 2001.
The 1983 Professional Players Tournament was a professional ranking snooker tournament which took place between 3 September and 21 October 1983.
John Campbell is a former Australian professional snooker player. During a career which lasted from 1982 to 1994, he was notably a quarter-finalist in the 1983 Professional Players Tournament, and won the Australian Professional Championship in 1985 and 1988.
The following is a list of sporting venues, events, and teams based in Alaska.
David Gilbert may refer to:
Six-red snooker, is a variant of snooker, but with only six initially on the table as opposed to the standard fifteen.
Mark Johnston-Allen is a former professional snooker player. He reached the final of the 1991 European Open while ranked #59 in the world, a run which included a 5–0 win over Stephen Hendry; Johnston-Allen lost 9–7 to Tony Jones in the final. He reached the final of the same event again a year later, this time losing 9–3 to Jimmy White. He qualified for the World Championship in 1992, and lost 10–4 to Tony Knowles in the first round.
Steve Longworth is an English former professional snooker player.
The 1983 Pontins Professional was the tenth edition of the professional invitational snooker tournament which took place in May 1983 in Prestatyn, Wales.
Mark Rowing is a former professional snooker player from Doncaster.