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World Championship History

El World Championship se viene celebrando desde el año 1927, con el inglés Joe Davis, ganando las quince primeras ediciones. A continuación haremos un repaso de la historia del World Championship, con especial atención a la era moderna, en el Teatro Crucible de Sheffield (Inglaterra).

World Championship History 

Año Campeón Finalista Marcador Sede Final
1927 England Joe Davis England Tom Dennis 16–7 Camkin’s Hall, Birmingham
1928 England Joe Davis England Fred Lawrence 16–13 Camkin’s Hall, Birmingham
1929 England Joe Davis England Tom Dennis 17–12 Lounge Hall, Nottingham
1930 England Joe Davis England Tom Dennis 25–12 Thurston’s Hall, London
1931 England Joe Davis England Tom Dennis 25–21 Lounge Hall, Nottingham
1932 England Joe Davis New Zealand Clark McConachy 25–18 Thurston’s Hall, London
1933 England Joe Davis England Willie Smith 25–18 Joe Davis Centre, Chesterfield
1934 England Joe Davis England Tom Newman 25–22 Lounge Hall, Nottingham and Kettering
1935 England Joe Davis England Willie Smith 28–21 Thurston’s Hall, London
1936 England Joe Davis Australia Horace Lindrum 34–27 Thurston’s Hall, London
1937 England Joe Davis Australia Horace Lindrum 32–29 Thurston’s Hall, London
1938 England Joe Davis England Sidney Smith 37–24 Thurston’s Hall, London
1939 England Joe Davis England Sidney Smith 43–30 Thurston’s Hall, London
1940 England Joe Davis England Fred Davis 37–36 Thurston’s Hall, London
1946 England Joe Davis Australia Horace Lindrum 78–67 Royal Horticultural Hall, London
1947 Scotland Walter Donaldson England Fred Davis 82–63 Leicester Square Hall, London
1948 England Fred Davis Scotland Walter Donaldson 84–61 Leicester Square Hall, London
1949 England Fred Davis Scotland Walter Donaldson 80–65 Leicester Square Hall, London
1950 Scotland Walter Donaldson England Fred Davis 51–46 Tower Circus, Blackpool
1951 England Fred Davis Scotland Walter Donaldson 58–39 Tower Circus, Blackpool
1952 Australia Horace Lindrum[a] New Zealand Clark McConachy 94–49 Houldsworth Hall, Manchester
1952 England Fred Davis Scotland Walter Donaldson 38–35 Tower Circus, Blackpool
1953 England Fred Davis Scotland Walter Donaldson 37–34 Leicester Square Hall, London
1954 England Fred Davis Scotland Walter Donaldson 45–26 Houldsworth Hall, Manchester
1955 England Fred Davis England John Pulman 38–35 Tower Circus, Blackpool
1956 England Fred Davis England John Pulman 38–35 Tower Circus, Blackpool
1957 England John Pulman Northern Ireland Jackie Rea 39–34 St Helier, Jersey
1964 England John Pulman England Fred Davis 19–16 Burroughes Hall, London
1964 England John Pulman England Rex Williams 40–33 Burroughes Hall, London
1965 England John Pulman England Fred Davis 37–36 Burroughes Hall, London
1965 England John Pulman England Rex Williams 25–22 South Africa
1965 England John Pulman South Africa Fred Van Rensburg 39–12 South Africa
1966 England John Pulman England Fred Davis 5–2 St George’s Hall, Liverpool
1968 England John Pulman Australia Eddie Charlton 39–34 Co-operative Hall, Bolton
1969 England John Spencer Wales Gary Owen 37–24 Victoria Hall, London
1970 Wales Ray Reardon England John Pulman 37–33 Victoria Hall, London
1971 England John Spencer Australia Warren Simpson 37–29 Chevron Hotel, Sydney, Australia
1972 Northern Ireland Alex Higgins England John Spencer 37–32 Selly Park British Legion, Birmingham
1973 Wales Ray Reardon Australia Eddie Charlton 38–32 City Exhibition Hall, Manchester
1974 Wales Ray Reardon England Graham Miles 22–12 Belle Vue, Manchester
1975 Wales Ray Reardon Australia Eddie Charlton 31–30 Nunawading Basketball Centre, Melbourne, Australia
1976 Wales Ray Reardon Northern Ireland Alex Higgins 27–16 Wythenshawe Forum, Manchester
1977 England John Spencer Canada Cliff Thorburn 25–21 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1978 Wales Ray Reardon South Africa Perrie Mans 25–18 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1979 Wales Terry Griffiths Northern Ireland Dennis Taylor 24–16 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1980 Canada Cliff Thorburn Northern Ireland Alex Higgins 18–16 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1981 England Steve Davis Wales Doug Mountjoy 18–12 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1982 Northern Ireland Alex Higgins Wales Ray Reardon 18–15 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1983 England Steve Davis Canada Cliff Thorburn 18–6 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1984 England Steve Davis England Jimmy White 18–16 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1985 Northern Ireland Dennis Taylor England Steve Davis 18–17 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1986 England Joe Johnson England Steve Davis 18–12 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1987 England Steve Davis England Joe Johnson 18–14 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1988 England Steve Davis Wales Terry Griffiths 18–11 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1989 England Steve Davis England John Parrott 18–3 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1990 Scotland Stephen Hendry England Jimmy White 18–12 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1991 England John Parrott England Jimmy White 18–11 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1992 Scotland Stephen Hendry England Jimmy White 18–14 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1993 Scotland Stephen Hendry England Jimmy White 18–5 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1994 Scotland Stephen Hendry England Jimmy White 18–17 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1995 Scotland Stephen Hendry England Nigel Bond 18–9 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1996 Scotland Stephen Hendry England Peter Ebdon 18–12 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1997 Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty Scotland Stephen Hendry 18–12 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1998 Scotland John Higgins Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 18–12 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1999 Scotland Stephen Hendry Wales Mark Williams 18–11 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2000 Wales Mark Williams Wales Matthew Stevens 18–16 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2001 England Ronnie O’Sullivan Scotland John Higgins 18–14 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2002 England Peter Ebdon Scotland Stephen Hendry 18–17 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2003 Wales Mark Williams Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 18–16 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2004 England Ronnie O’Sullivan Scotland Graeme Dott 18–8 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2005 England Shaun Murphy Wales Matthew Stevens 18–16 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2006 Scotland Graeme Dott England Peter Ebdon 18–14 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2007 Scotland John Higgins England Mark Selby 18–13 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2008 England Ronnie O’Sullivan England Ali Carter 18–8 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2009 Scotland John Higgins England Shaun Murphy 18–9 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2010 Australia Neil Robertson Scotland Graeme Dott 18–13 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2011 Scotland John Higgins England Judd Trump 18–15 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2012 England Ronnie O’Sullivan England Ali Carter 18–11 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2013 England Ronnie O’Sullivan England Barry Hawkins 18–12 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2014 England Mark Selby England Ronnie O’Sullivan 18–14 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2015 England Stuart Bingham England Shaun Murphy 18–15 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2016 England Mark Selby China Ding Junhui 18–14 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2017 England Mark Selby Scotland John Higgins 18-15 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield

 

Joe Davis 15 World Championship 

Una carrera intachable de 15 títulos de Campeón del Mundo, así como 12 nuevos récords de breaks (incluyendo la primera centena en 1.930 y el primer 147 en competición en 1.955), Davis siempre será recordado como uno de los grandes de todos los tiempos del snooker.

A continuación podréis comprobar el historial de Joe Davis:

http://spainprosnooker.es/joe-davis/

Tras el dominio de Joe Davis, cogió el relevo su hermano, Fred Davis (3 títulos oficiales) y John Pulman (7 títulos oficiales) con 8 coronas de campeón del mundo para cada uno, este último de forma consecutiva.

A continuación podréis comprobar el historial de Fred Davis Y John Pulman:

http://spainprosnooker.es/fred-davis/

http://spainprosnooker.es/john-pulman/

Tras el dominio de John Pulman, llegó el turno del John Spencer, que se hizo con el último título de la década de los sesenta (1969).

Ray Reardon, sería el gran protagonista de la década de los setenta, con seis títulos de campeón del mundo, dos de ellos en el Teatro Crucible de Sheffield.

A continuación podréis comprobar el historial de Ray Reardon:

http://spainprosnooker.es/ray-reardon/

Era Moderna Teatro Crucible

John Spencer v Cliff Thorburn 

Final 1977 

Ray Reardon v Perrie Mans 

Final 1978

Terry Griffiths v Dennis Taylor 

Final 1979

Cliff Thorburn v Alex Higgins 

Final 1980

Steve Davis v Doug Mountjoy

Final 1981

Alex Higgins v Ray Reardon 

Final 1982

Steve Davis v Cliff Thorburn 

Final 1983

Steve Davis v Jimmy White 

Final 1984

Dennis Taylor v Steve Davis 

Final 1985

Joe Johnson vs Steve Davis

Final 1986

Steve Davis v Joe Johnson 

Final 1987

Steve Davis v Terry Griffiths

Final 1988

Steve Davis v John Parrot

Final 1989

Stephen Hendry v Jimmy White

Final 1990

John Parrot v Jimmy White 

Final 1991

Stephen Hendry v Jimmy White

Final 1992

Stephen Hendry v Jimmy White

Final 1993

Stephen Hendry v Jimmy White

Final 1994

Stephen Hendry v Nigel Bond

Final 1995

Stephen Hendry v Peter Ebdon 

Final 1996

Ken Doherty v Stephen Hendry 

Final 1997

John Higgins v Ken Doherty

Final 1998

Stephen Hendry v Mark Williams

Final 1999

Mark Williams v Matthew Stevens

Final 2000

Ronnie O’Sullivan v John Higgins 

Final 2001

Peter Ebdon v Stephen Hendry

Final 2002

Mark Williams v ken Doherty

Final 2003

Ronnie O’Sullivan v Graeme Dott

Final 2004

Shaun Murphy v Matthew Stevens

Final 2005

Graeme Dott v Peter Ebdon

Final 2006

John Higgins v Mark Selby

Final 2007

Ronnie O’Sullivan v Allister Carter

Final 2008

John Higgins v Shaun Murphy

Final 2009

Neil Robertson v Graeme Dott

Final 2010

John Higgins v Judd Trump

Final 2011

Ronnie O’Sullivan v Allister Carter 

Final 2012

Ronnie O’Sullivan v Barry Hawkins

Final 2013

Mark Selby v Ronnie O’Sullivan 

Final 2014

Stuart Bingham v Shaun Murphy

Final 2015

Mark Selby v Ding Junhui

Final 2016

Mark Selby v John Higgins

Final 2017

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