Can we get a round of applause for David Carr, the winner of the 2022 Wheelchair Championship hosted by the American Poolplayers Association? Recently, David Carr—a Skill Level 3 player—won against a Skill Level 5 player at the tournament in Las Vegas. Keep reading to learn more.
An excellent poolplayer
At the finals of the 2022 Wheelchair Championship, two players—David Carr of Midfield, Alabama and Steve Ranz of Fairfield, Ohio—played an intense final match of pool, a sport of precision and patience.
The two spent the game going back and forth. At first, Ranz held his place in first with two winning matches to Carr’s zero, but after Carr won his first win, there was no stopping him! In the end, Carr brought in the championship with a final score of 2-4.
Carr took home $2,000 for his stunning Champion finish. Ranz didn’t go home empty-handed though—he earned a whopping $1,200 as Runner-Up.
About David Carr
According to WBRC, Carr was paralyzed in a bizarre accident in July of 2016. While in recovery he found a passion in shooting pool, getting hooked on the game at his favorite pool hall, Axe House in Hoover.
Congrats to this local champion! We’re excited to see what’s next for him.
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