Women’s Professional Billiards Player Tiffany Nelson Launches New Website

Tiffany Nelson

Tiffany Nelson fans can now enjoy the newest and freshest news and photos at www.tiffanynelson.com!

Tiffany's website couldn't have come online at a better time. She has ended the 2005 year ranked 8th in the world - her highest ranking yet on the Women's Professional Billiard Association (WPBA) Tour! Her goal at the beginning of the year to reach the top ten was helped with an impressive 2nd place finish at the March 2005 Mueller Recreational Products Great Lakes Classic event. Her last 2nd place finish was in 1994 at the Orlando Classic. At an impressive 14 years of age, she defeated Ewa Lawrence, Loree Jon Jones and Mary Guarino and finished by losing to Gerda Hofstatter in the finals.

Tiffany had two televised matches from her March 2005 Great Lakes Classic event and the matches continue to air on ESPN and ESPN2. She will again be displaying her impressive skills on ESPN as an invited guest at the October 9th National Wheelchair Poolplayer Association event held at Planet 9Ball in Tampa, Florida. Along with fellow pro Loree Jon Jones, Tiffany played in a sponsor's challenge scotch doubles match with Charlie Hans and Bob Calderon. She teamed up with Charlie Hans to take on Loree Jon and Bob Calderon in a match that you won't want to miss. The airing date will be announced shortly so be sure to tune in.

Tiffany's amazing 2005 year doesn't end there. She became the New Jersey State Champion in July and added another state championship title to her 2005 list of accomplishments by winning the Maryland State Championship in September. In October, Tiffany became the first female to join the North Team of the Connelly Patriot Cup. She joined Tony Robles, Mika Immonen, Mike Davis, Danny Basavich and Shawn Putnam at Planet 9Ball in Tampa, Florida. Tiffany helped propel the North Team over the South with a great win against one of the world's greatest players - Johnny Archer. To top off her year, Tiffany was one of the few invited celebrities at the radio station WRAT's 95.9's Men's Expo & Texas Hold 'Em Tournament held November 20th in New Jersey. She spent the day matched up against many fans and lost only one time against a very determined 9-year-old young man. Then in December her alma mater, Thomas College, profiled her for their fall magazine edition. Tiffany graduated from Thomas College in 2002.

Tiffany's website is chalk-full of photos. Tiffany explains: "photos are very important to me because it's a direct means to share my tournament experiences with fans." She continued, "I'm really excited about my new website. I only had a few requests for my webmaster and then she took off with creating a crisp design that I am very proud of for my fans. I requested a classy and simple website, with a burgundy background that reminds me of a good glass of wine, which symbolizes the perfect evening." Tiffany, 'The Rock,' is known for her strong and accurate break which is where she earned her nickname. As such, her website contains a special section dedicated to the break, which includes important tips, questions and answers, and a break frame-by-frame photo section.

Visit www.tiffanynelson.com - follow her progress, check out the photos, find out more about her from her biography, improve your break, and also email her directly.