Lim Chun Kiat Marvin

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Birthday: 25/12/1975
Occupation: SEA Games National Player & Snooker Coach
Training Ground: Snooker Zone
Highest Break: 147
Achievements:

1994:

  • National U-21 Snooker Champion
  • Asian U-21 Championship in Pakistan, Karachi – Quarter-finalist

1995:

  • National U-21 Snooker Champion
  • Asian U-21 Championship in Brunei – Semi-finalist
  • National 9-ball Championship – Runner-up

1998

  • Bukit Merah SAFRA Snooker Championship – Champion

1999

  • National Snooker Open – Runner-up

2000

  • National 9-ball Championship – Runner-up

2002

  • Toa Payoh SAFRA Snooker Ranking – Runner-up
  • West Coast Snooker Classics – Champion
  • Singapore Snooker Ranking No.1

2003

  • West Coast Snooker Classics – Champion

2004

  • National Snooker Open – Champion
  • Snooker Zone Snooker Ranking – Champion

2006

  • National Snooker Open – Champion

2007

  • SEA Games in Thailand, Korat – 2 bronze medal
  • West Coast Snooker Classics – Champion
  • Champz Snooker Ranking – Runner-up
  • Snooker Zone Snooker Ranking – Runner-up

2008

  • National Snooker Open – Champion

2009

  • SEA Games in Laos – Gold and Bronze medal
  • National Snooker Open – Champion
  • Snooker Zone Snooker Ranking – Champion
  • Pool coaching and filming with MediaCorp artistes

2010

  • National Snooker Open – Runner-up
  • East Zone Snooker Ranking – Champion

2011

  • SEA Games in Indonesia – Silver
  • National Snooker Open – Champion
  • Klassic National Snooker Ranking – Champion
  • Lagoon Snooker Ranking – Runner-up
  • First 147, Maximum on 6th August

2012

  • National Snooker Open – Runner-up
  • Toa Payoh SAFRA Snooker Ranking – Runner-up
  • Snooker Zone Snooker Ranking – Champion

2013

  • SEA Games in Myanmar – Bronze
  • Toa Payoh SAFRA Snooker Ranking – Champion
  • Toa Payoh SAFRA Snooker Master – Champion
  • Singapore Snooker Ranking No.1 since 2002

2014

  • West Coast Snooker Ranking – Runner-up
  • National Snooker Championship – Semi-finalist

2015

  • SEAGames Snooker Double – Bronze Medal
  • Snooker World Cup Wuxi – 4th in Group Stage
  • Singapore Snooker Open – Champion
  • 1st National 6 Reds Snooker Championship – Champion
  • National Snooker Classic – Champion

2016

  • 2nd National 6 Reds Snooker Championship – Champion
  • National Snooker Championship – Runner-up
  • Singapore Snooker Open – Quarter-finalist

2017

  • National Snooker Championship – Runner-up