Ewa is the current International and World Cup Trick Shot Champion, the holder of multiple World and U.S. Open 9-Ball titles and has also won the Swedish, European and U.S. National Championships in her incredible career. In 2012, she won the prestigious ESPN Masters Championship, a major on the Classic Tour. A former # 1 ranked player in the world, Ewa has received Player of the Year honors, been named WPBA Sportsperson of the Year, in 2004 was inducted into the prestigious Billiard Congress of America Hall of Fame, and is also a member of the Women’s Professional Billiards Hall of Fame.
The Black Widow Jeanette Lee is one of the most recognizable female athletes in the world. She was named one of the sexiest female athletes in the world by ESPN and has made television appearances on Arli$$, Best Damn Sports Show Period, Entertainment Tonight, Extra!, Hard Copy, HBO Real Sports, Late Show with Craig Kilborn, Today, The Late Show with David Letterman and Live with Regis & Kelly.
Dr. Cue has been chosen as the APA’s ambassador to promote amateur pool. In addition to exhibitions, Dr. Cue also writes instruction columns for The American Poolplayer magazine, and holds special performances during APA national events!
Lee Brett is a world class instructor that has coached the Hong Kong National Team and several top players including Shane Van Boening, Darren Appleton, Jennifer Barretta and many others. He’s the author of “The Secret Art of Pool” instructional DVD and book series. Lee was the head referee for Bonus Ball and has commentated for the U.S. Open 9-Ball Championships. He’s also the owner of American Hustler Clothing and sponsored by the Breakrak, Tiger Cues, Simonis Cloth, Aramith Balls and Ki-tech tips.
Terry Bell, APA Co-Founder and former professional poolplayer, has developed this series of instructional videos to assist players in furthering their game. The Master Series discusses what to look for in equipment, as well as how important good equipment is for shooting well. He also provides instruction on the fundamentals of the game, aiming, basic positioning, and much more!
Born in 1988 in France, Florian didn’t start playing pool until he was 18 when his parents gave him a small pool table as a birthday gift. Having never played before, he did what any young man growing up in the internet age would do – he got online. He started watching trickshot videos, and quickly started trying to imitate them. As he mastered the shots, he started creating his own, and it wasn’t long before he started posting his own videos online. Internet stardom was soon to follow!