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Pedro Piedrabuena defeats Miguel Torres to win his 11th USBA 3-Cushion National Championship!

With consistent play at the highest level throughout the event Pedro proved why he is the reigning and still USBA 3-Cushion national champion. WIth nerves of steel, including an incredible come-from-behind victory in the semi-final round against Kang Lee, Pedro once again demonstrated his world-class skills in taking the crown.

Congratutions to Pedro Piedrabuena, our USBA Champion. With this victory he cements his place in United States Billiard history and once again will go on to represent the USA and compete in the next World Championship tournament.

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2022 USBA 3-CUSHION NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

Thursday September 9 through Sunday September 11, 2022

From 9:30AM to 7:30PM CDT (UTC-5)

Live from 5000 Years Carom Billiards in Morton Grove, Illinois

Click to re-watch all the matches on YouTube

USBA 2022 National Championship Format, Schedule & Results

logoThe 2022 USBA 3-Cushion National Championship is underway at 5000 Years Carom Billiards in Morton Grove, Illinois. The event runs from Thursday September 8 through Sunday September 11. The links below will always contain the latest information as we receive it from the tournament director.

Click here to see the format of this year's event

Click here to see the Completed Qualifications Results Charts

Click here to see the Rankings after Qualifications (Final 16)

Click here to see the Round of 16 Results

Click here to see the results for places 5-8

Click here to see the Quarter, Semi and Final Results

Click here to see the final ranking of the 16 finalists


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USBA Rules of Conduct for all Board Members and its Officers

1) All USBA Board Members and its Officers shall not wilfully engage in any behaviour that is detrimental to the image of the USBA including:

a) behaviour at USBA Tournaments
b) behaviour at non-USBA Tournaments
c) behaviour in public at billiard-related events or gatherings

Any infraction at these aforementioned venues must be egregious; that is, it must be something serious. For example, getting upset because you missed a shot is not serious. But yelling at your opponent because they just defeated you is not acceptable. If your opponent cheated, for example, and you have a brief exchange with him/her, that might not be something that is out of the norm. That can happen with anybody. But as a Director or Officer, you must be able to keep it from getting out of control.

2) Any communication made without the permission of an Officer of the USBA or the USBA Board, public or private, that jeopardizes a sponsorship or agreement between the USBA and another company, or hurts the image of the USBA, including posts made on any public forum, such as AZ Billiards Carom Forum; phone calls; emails; etc., is an infraction of these Rules of Conduct.

3) While the Board is in discussion, whether on the Board Forum, through emails, on a teleconference or in person, all Board Members will treat each other with respect. Disagreement is normal and arguing is normal. But personal attacks are not permitted. If a Board Member of Officer gets blatantly out of hand, it is an infraction of these Rules of Conduct.

Depending on the severity of the infraction, the Board Member or Officer will be suspended for a minimum of 30 days. If the infraction is very serious, the member can be terminated. Multiple infractions are grounds for immediate termination. If the offender is not an Officer, the President can make the decision regarding suspension or termination. This can be overridden by the Board if the Board feels that the President is out of line. If the offender is an Officer, then the Board will make the decision whether to suspend or terminate the Officer.

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