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Biography: Kurt Deklerck

I’m Kurt Deklerck, 47 years, from Bruges (Belgium).  Wheelchair snooker and pool player.
I have a daughter "Ynske" born on the 6th of February 2006.
I'm playing snooker since 1987 and pool since 1994

Snooker is the game that I love the most, until today I have won 100 snooker tournaments 

3 times WORLD CHAMPION SNOOKER
1989 (England) - 2 times in 1990 (Australia).  
Since 1990, there is no World Championship for snooker anymore
4 times European champion 1991(Belgium)  -  2 times in 1993 (Ireland)  -  
1995 (England).  Since 1995, there is no European championship anymore.
17 times Belgium champion (17 times in a row from 1989 till 2005)
8 times winner of the “Bruges open international”
In 15 years I only lost twice in a Belgium Tournament.  
1991 European Championship (Gits) Runner-up
"6e Bruges Open International 2002" (Bruges) Runner-up.
Ranked Nr. 1 in the World since 2001

In snooker tournaments, I also scored 72 times the highest break

I’m still the owner of the world record since1995 (69 points).
My highest break in competition is 104 points and in practices its 134 points.

In pool I won already 60 tournaments until now.

My pool career is not so long, I started in 1994 but I already have many nice results.

I won the doubles final of the Ryder cup 2 times
1998 (Michigan) aired on ESPN and in 1999 (Orange County)
3 times winner of the “Rider Cup” with team Europe
Orange County (California) 1999 – Tulsa (Oklahoma) 2000 – 2001
3 times runner-up at the European championships in 1994 -1995 - 1996(Germany) 
7 times winner of a Euro-tour tournament
European Champion 9-ball in 1999 (Poland)
European Champion 8- ball in 2000 (Austria)
Runner-up European Champion 9-ball in 2000 (Austria)
Runner-up European Champion 8-ball in 2001 (Tjech Republic)
Runner-up European Champion 9- ball in 2001 (Tjech Republic)
Runner-up European Champion 9- ball in 2003 (Poland)
Bronze European Champion 8-ball in 2003 (Poland)
Bronze European Champion 8- ball in 2004 (Tjech Republic)
Bronze European Champion 9- ball in 2004 (Tjech Republic)