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Betfair World Snooker Championships 2013 – Crucible Theatre Sheffield 2013

Previous World Championship Finals and Winners including frame scores

Stephen Hendry remains the winning-most player od the Snooker World Championship with Seven titles. Just one behind with six are both Ray Reardon and Steve Davis, legends of the game. Ronnie O’Sullivan returns in 2013 looking for a fifth title after securing his fourth in 2012.

1977 England John Spencer Canada Cliff Thorburn 25–21 1976/77 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1978 Wales Ray Reardon South Africa Perrie Mans 25–18 1977/78 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1979 Wales Terry Griffiths Northern Ireland Dennis Taylor 24–16 1978/79 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1980 Canada Cliff Thorburn Northern Ireland Alex Higgins 18–16 1979/80 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1981 England Steve Davis Wales Doug Mountjoy 18–12 1980/81 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1982 Northern Ireland Alex Higgins Wales Ray Reardon 18–15 1981/82 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1983 England Steve Davis Canada Cliff Thorburn 18–6 1982/83 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1984 England Steve Davis England Jimmy White 18–16 1983/84 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1985 Northern Ireland Dennis Taylor England Steve Davis 18–17 1984/85 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1986 England Joe Johnson England Steve Davis 18–12 1985/86 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1987 England Steve Davis England Joe Johnson 18–14 1986/87 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1988 England Steve Davis Wales Terry Griffiths 18–11 1987/88 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1989 England Steve Davis England John Parrott 18–3 1988/89 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1990 Scotland Stephen Hendry[c] England Jimmy White 18–12 1989/90 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1991 England John Parrott England Jimmy White 18–11 1990/91 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1992 Scotland Stephen Hendry England Jimmy White 18–14 1991/92 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1993 Scotland Stephen Hendry England Jimmy White 18–5 1992/93 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1994 Scotland Stephen Hendry England Jimmy White 18–17 1993/94 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1995 Scotland Stephen Hendry England Nigel Bond 18–9 1994/95 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1996 Scotland Stephen Hendry England Peter Ebdon 18–12 1995/96 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1997 Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty Scotland Stephen Hendry 18–12 1996/97 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1998 Scotland John Higgins Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 18–12 1997/98 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
1999 Scotland Stephen Hendry Wales Mark Williams 18–11 1998/99 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2000 Wales Mark Williams Wales Matthew Stevens 18–16 1999/00 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2001 England Ronnie O’Sullivan Scotland John Higgins 18–14 2000/01 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2002 England Peter Ebdon Scotland Stephen Hendry 18–17 2001/02 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2003 Wales Mark Williams Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 18–16 2002/03 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2004 England Ronnie O’Sullivan Scotland Graeme Dott 18–8 2003/04 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2005 England Shaun Murphy Wales Matthew Stevens 18–16 2004/05 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2006 Scotland Graeme Dott England Peter Ebdon 18–14 2005/06 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2007 Scotland John Higgins England Mark Selby 18–13 2006/07 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2008 England Ronnie O’Sullivan England Ali Carter 18–8 2007/08 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2009 Scotland John Higgins England Shaun Murphy 18–9 2008/09 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2010 Australia Neil Robertson Scotland Graeme Dott 18–13 2009/10 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2011 Scotland John Higgins England Judd Trump 18–15 2010/11 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2012 England Ronnie O’Sullivan England Ali Carter 18–11 2011/12 Crucible Theatre, Sheffield

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