Jason Ferguson, the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association chairman, has taken aim at the recent failure of cue sports’ bid to gain Olympic status.
The rolling saga between the numerous and often confusing number of governing bodies, international federations, and anything else with an acronym within cue sports took another twist on Thursday. The World Confederation of Billiards Sports – an umbrella organisation that represents the cue sports of snooker, pool, and carom –[Read More…]
Some progress was made at a recent meeting held between the WPBSA and the IBSF, hosted by the World Confederation of Billiards Sports in Lausanne last Thursday. But it seems there remains a considerable way to go before the two competing organisations can fully see eye to eye with regard[Read More…]
A major row between two global snooker bodies has escalated further with World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association chairman Jason Ferguson furiously responding to claims made by the International Billiards and Snooker Federation against the WPBSA last week. In a letter sent to the IBSF and all of its members,[Read More…]
The World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association announced on Wednesday that its chairman Jason Ferguson has resigned his position as president of the World Confederation of Billiards Sports. In a statement released on its website, the WPBSA said that Ferguson had “severed all links to the organisation.” The statement continued:[Read More…]