Ronnie O'Sullivan Chigwell, UK
- Most charismatic talent in the game of snooker
- Five time World Champion snooker player
- Leading motivational speaker on overcoming adversity
Ronnie O’Sullivan is a five times World Champion snooker player. He has won 26 ranking titles, including 4 UK Championships, 3 minor ranking titles and 26 invitational professional tournaments, among them 5 Masters titles.
Turning professional in 1992, Ronnie recorded the youngest ever victory in a ranking tournament when he won the 1993 UK Championship aged 17. He is considered by many fellow players, pundits and fans, to be the most naturally gifted player ever to grace snooker, a “genius”. Seven times World Champion and most commercially successful ever player Stephen Hendry has repeatedly branded him as the best player in the game.
He holds the record for the fastest recorded maximum break, made whilst playing Mick Price in the World Snooker Championship on 21 April 1997; he completed the clearance in 5 minutes and 20 seconds – an average of one shot every 9 seconds. In fact, his six maximum breaks include the five fastest on record.
Ronnie is the author of two books, written in collaboration with Simon Hattenstone: “Ronnie, the Autobiography of Ronnie O’Sullivan” (2003) and “Running: The Autobiography” (2013).
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