Dick Jaspers is back at the top winning World Cup

September 15, 2014 •

World Cup Jaspers

Dick Jaspers on the podium with Roland Forthomme, Peter Ceulemans and Sung-Won Choi

By Frits Baker of Kozoom

PORTO – After three seasons without a major victory, Dutchman Dick Jaspers is back at the top. In the Portuguese port city Porto he won the final on Sundayafternoon, against Belgian Roland Forthomme. For Jaspers, it was the 20th victory in a World Cup. The Dutch champion lived emotional moments in the full and lively billiard arena. ,,I had to wait a long time for this, and I am overjoyed.’’ His win took Jaspers to the third place on the world ranking, behind Frédéric Caudron and Torbjörn Blomdahl.

Dick Jaspers is back at the top winning World Cup

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