|Name||Date of Birth||Country|
Rubilen Amit -3rd October 1981
Rubilen “Bingkay” Amit is a Filipino female professional pocket billiards (pool) player. Amit is the first Filipino woman to become a world pool champion in 2009 and 2013.
Rubilen Amit was born in Mandaue, Cebu. Amit began playing during her teens, often tagging along with her father Bobby at the Super Bowl in Makati. She participated in and won the 2000 and 2001 College of Commerce and Business Administration’s billiards tournaments. In 2005, she was accepted to the Philippine pool national team. However in early 2013, Amit, along with other top Filipino pool players, was removed from the national team due to a controversial reorganization of the national team by the Billiards and Snooker Congress of the Philippines.
2007 WPA Women’s World Nine-ball Championship (Runner-up)- in this tournament she lost to Pan Xiaoting of China on 8th April 2007 in Taoyuan, Taiwan.
2009 WPA Women’s World Ten-ball Championship (Champion) –Diminutive Rubilen defeated Chines Taipai’s two times Women’s World 9 ball Championship Shi Mei lin to capture the first WPA Women’s World Championship in Philippines on 6th June 2009.
2013 WPA Women’s World Ten-ball Championship – Rubelin defeated Kelly Fisher of England in 2013 WPA Women’s World Ten ball Championship to claim her second world title.