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Player Profile - Ivan Chan (Hong Kong)

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 Kwok Ming Ivan CHAN
         
Nickname Golden Boy  
       
Represents Hong Kong; China  
       
Born in Hong Kong; China  
       
Marital Status Married (with 2 twin-daughters)  
       
Born on 7th September, 1975  
       
Usual Right-Handed  
       
Game Men's Snooker    
         
Break Highest - 147    
         

Honours:
  1996
1999
2003
2003
2008
2009
2013
  IBSF World Under-21 Championship (first Chinese and Asian ever to win)
Hong Kong Best Athlete Award
Hong Kong Best Athlete Award
Hong Kong Best Athlete Award(Team)
Olympic Game Torch-bearer
East Asian Games Flag-holder
Hong Snooker Team Leader

Championship:
 
2010
2010
2009
2007
2002
2002
2001
1998
1998
1996
1993
 
Gold Medal
Gold Medal
Gold Medal
Gold Mdal
Bronze Med
Gold Medal
Champion
Brnz Medal
Gold Medal
Champion
Champion
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Qatar Snooker Invitational Gold (Team)
Qatar Snooker Invitational Gold (Individual)
East Asian Games Men's Team (Macau)
Asian Indoor Games Men's Team (Macau)
Asian Games Men's Individual (Busan)
Asian Games Men's Team (Busan)
World Team Championship (Asia)
Asian Games Men's Individual (Bangkok)
Asian Games Men's Team (Bangkok)
IBSF World Under-21 Championship
IBSF World Championship

  Ivan was inspired by Mr. Choi and hooked up with the sport in Hong Kong at the age of 12.  Only one year later, he made his first century break (124).

  At 17, Ivan was already the Champion of the Hong Kong Super League.  His first ever maximum 147 break was achieved in 1996.  Until now, Ivan had already made more than 400 century breaks.

  The most memorable match was in 1993 when he eliminated Ronnie Ho in the HK Super League.  In that match, Ronnie made 3 80+ breaks and one 106, but he still survived and came back making it into the semi-finals.

  In 1996, Ivan won the IBSF World Under-21 Championship and was the first Chinese and Asian to ever have won that tournament.  He was also the only player that did not turn professional after winning the tournament, due sadly to the lack of fund and sponsors at that time.

  The decision of removing Cuesports from the Asian Games after 2010, Ivan decided to withdraw from the national team so that more new and younger players to join.  Nevertheless, Ivan focused on training and helping the youngsters, and hope that they will not follow his unfortunate footsteps.

  In 2013, Ivan joined the Hong Kong Billiard Sports Control Council, becoming a committee member of the council and coach.



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