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Daniel MACIOL

Daniel Maciol-McDermott Cue Ambassador


8-Ball, 9-Ball, 10-Ball & Straight Pool

      2015 Junior World 9-Ball Champion (U17)

Playing Cue: G901 with an i-3 Shaft

Breaking Cue: McDermott Sledgehammer Break Cue

Jump Cue: ST7R

McDermott Ambassador Since: 2016

Competes: Europe & Asia

Home Club: Konsalnet Warszawa

Favorite Venue: Silver Club Mikołów — Mikołów, Poland

Player he looks up to: Niels Fejen

Best advice he received from someone:
To never give up

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Major Accomplishments

2017

  • Polish Junior Championships — Kielce, Poland
    • 8-Ball (U19) — Champion
    • 14,1 (U19) — Champion
    • 9-Ball (U19) — Champion
    • 10-Ball (U19) — Champion
  • European Junior Championships — Lendee, Nederland
    • 10-Ball (U19) — 9th place
    • 8-Ball (U19) — 2nd Place
    • 9-Ball (U19) — 9th Place
    • 14,1 (U19) – 5th Place
  • Atlantic Challenge Cup 2017 - Winner, Europe vs USA (11-2)

2016

  • World Junior Championships — Shanghai, China
    • 9-Ball (U19) — 2nd Place
  • European Junior Championships — Tirana, Albania
    • 10-Ball (U19) — 2nd Place
    • 8-Ball (U19) — 2nd Place
    • 9-Ball (U19) — 3rd Place
    • 14,1 (U19) – 5th Place
  • Polish Junior Championships — Kielce, Poland
    • 8-Ball (U19) — Champion
    • 14,1-Ball (U19) — Champion
    • 9-Ball (U19) — 3rd Place
    • 10-Ball (U19) — 5th Place
  • Polish Championships – Rumia, Poland
    • 10-Ball-- 5th Place

2015

  • EPFB Youth Player of the Year
  • World Junior ChampionshipsShanghai, China
    • 9-Ball (U17) — Champion
  • European Junior ChampionshipsSt. Johann, Austria
    • 9-Ball (U17) — Champion
    • 14.1 (U17) — 2nd Place
    • 8-Ball (U17) — 3rd Place
  • Polish Junior ChampionshipsKielce, Poland
    • 8-Ball (U17) — 2nd Place
    • 9-Ball (U17) — 2nd Place
    • 10-Ball (U17) — 3rd Place
    • 14.1 (U17) — 3rd Place

2014

  • World Junior ChampionshipsShanghai, China
    • 9-Ball (U17) — 3rd Place
  • European Junior ChampionshipsPortorož, Slovenia
    • 8-Ball (U17) — Champion
    • 14.1 (U17) — Champion
    • 9-Ball (U17) — 3rd Place
  • Polish Junior Championships
    • 10-Ball (U17) — Champion
    • 14.1 (U17) — Champion
    • 8-Ball (U17) — 2nd Place
    • 9-Ball (U17) — 3rd Place

2013

  • European Junior ChampionshipsSarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    • 10-Ball (U17) — 9th Place
  • Polish Junior Championships
    • 9-Ball (U17) — Champion
    • 10-Ball (U17) — Champion
    • 8-Ball (U17) — 2nd Place
    • 14.1 (U17) — 3rd Place

2012

  • European Junior ChampionshipsBrandenburg, Germany
    • 9-Ball (U17) — 2nd Place
  • Polish Junior Championships
    • 8-Ball (U17) — Champion
    • 9-Ball (U17) — Champion
    • 10-Ball (U17) — Champion
    • 14.1 (U17) — 2nd Place

2011

  • Polish Junior Championships
    • 8-Ball (U17) — Champion
    • 9-Ball (U17) — Champion
    • 14.1 (U17) — Champion
    • 10-Ball (U17) — 3rd Place

2010

  • Polish Junior Championships — 8-Ball (U17) — 5th Place

 

Bio

Daniel Macioł was born on the 13th of October, 1999. He started playing pool in 2006 as a member of the Mikołów School of Billiard run by his father. He began competing in national Polish competitions in 2010. In 2011, after only one year, he was declared the best player in the Polish Junior Championships, winning three gold medals and becoming the MVP of the Championships (U17)—he was 12 years old.

Currently Maciol is the most successful junior in Poland, holding 10 Polish Champion titles. 2014 marked another major stepping stone for Maciol. He made history as the first Pole who won two individual titles (8 ball, 14.1) during the European Junior Championships (U17) in Portoroz, Slovenia. Maciol also took home the MVP title for the championships. As a result, he was invited to participate in the World Championships held in Shanghai where Maciol, as the only European, won a bronze medal in the U17 9-ball category.

During the 2015 European Championships held in St. Johann, Austria, Maciol finished as the European 9-Ball Champion. He received a nomination for the World Championships, where he becomes Junior 9-Ball World Champion (U17). Maciol attributes his long-awaited worldwide success to his skill, concentration and calmness. In 2015 Maciel also placed third in the Pardubice Open and second in the highest-ranked tournament in Poland Pol Tour.