Triple Threat of Monongahela, Pa., defeated the Regulators of Frankfort, Ill., in the finals of the 2022 8-Ball World Championship. The victory earned Triple Threat $30,000 in 1st Place prize money, while the Regulators took home $15,000 as Runners-Up.
Triple Threat ousted Double Shots of Tampa, Fla., in the semifinals while the Regulators defeated What Happened Was of Philadelphia, Pa. Double Shots and What Happened Was each received $7,500 in prize money for making it to the final day of competition.
DJ Chalk & Awe of Oklahoma were the Sportsmanship Award winners.
718 teams competed in this year’s 8-Ball World Championship.
View Final Brackets Here
Champion: Triple Threat of Monongahela, PA
Back Row (L to R): Bryan Carter, Gregory Mast, Zachary Hostovich, David Ekves; Front Row (L to R): James Bongiorno, Chuck Pergola, Shaune Kraizel
Runner-Up: Regulators of Frankfort, IL
Back Row (L to R): Kim Michulas, Janet Gorecki, Heather Wiorek, Jamie Mcgrath, Shawna Derouin; Front Row (L to R): Ashley Mcginley, Julie Ann Mitchell, Laurie Hepworth
3rd Place: Double Shots of Tampa, FL
Back Row (L to R): Nabin Saud, Yoarrys Rivera-Echevarria, Nelson Terron, Mario Dorado, Johnny Gibson; Front Row (L to R): Chandra Harlan, Geoffrey Harlan, Marti Peavey
3rd Place: What Happened Was of Philadelphia, PA
Back Row (L to R): Anthony Postell, Ruben Ramos, Nasir Blanden, Vincent Cimarelli; Front Row (L to R): John Perzel, Sharon Farrow, Mhmoud Saleh
Sportsmanship Winner: DJ Chalk & Awe of OK
(L to R): Michael Languis, Chris Phillips, David McMahon, Kimberly Buntin, Rita Gordon, Julie Bastion, Robin Carney (not pictured)