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Ronnie O’Sullivan cruised his way into the UK Championship quarter-finals with another fine display of attacking snooker.
And the five-times world champion later revealed how working with his new coaching team SightRight is allowing him to expand his attacking play to never seen before dimensions. Continue reading Ronnie O’Sullivan reveals how SightRight is ‘reinventing’ his game
The inventor of SightRight explains to Lawrence Ostlere what he can teach snooker’s greatest natural talent, how he deals with the sceptics, and reveals plans to conquer a host of other sports – even football
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Continue reading Ronnie O’Sullivan’s coach Steve Feeney on his innovative methods giving the Rocket another gear
Voting is now open for the SJA2018 British Sports Awards sponsored by The National Lottery. As far as JON BATHAM is concerned, there is only one contender for sportsman and that’s Mark Williams.
In a year not short of candidates for the SJA Sportsman of the Year award, please indulge me a moment while I go a little left field and put the case for world snooker champion Mark Williams.
Continue reading British Sports Awards – the case for SightRight Coached – Mark J Williams
Wonderful stuff by Ronnie O’Sullivan making his #15th and #1st SightRighted ‘147’ 🚀 classy stuff!
Ronnie O’Sullivan came from behind to win the 2018 Shanghai Masters, defeating Barry Hawkins 11-9 in the final.
The win sees O’Sullivan defend the title he won here last year, when he beat Judd Trump 10-3 in the final to lift the trophy.
Victory pockets the Rocket £200,000. The event has gained a new level of prestige after transitioning from a ranking event to the most lucrative invitational event of all-time. The tournament carries with it a total of £725,000 in prize money and all of the world’s top 16 were in the 24-man field.
Continue reading Ronnie O’Sullivan wins Shanghai Masters using SightRight
Mark Williams came from 9-5 down to beat David Gilbert 10-9 in a thrilling final to win the Hong Rui Ma Yushan World Open for the first time.
Last season was an epic one for 43-year-old Williams as he won three ranking titles including the World Championship, and he has started the new campaign in the same fashion. The trophy takes his career tally of ranking titles to 22 while the £150,000 top prize takes his earnings for the past year well over £1 million.
Continue reading Mark Williams wins World Open in an all SightRight Final beating stable mate David Gilbert
@markwil147 tells @jimmywhite147 the full story about THAT naked press conference following his World Championship win 😂 (Video courtesy of Eurosport)