14-time Event Winner
Daniel Blunn has competed on the WDBS Tour since our inaugural event at the 2015 Open Disability Snooker Championship and with 13 event victories to date is currently the most successful WDBS player of all-time.
Born with cerebral palsy, Blunn has competed in ambulant classification tournaments during his time on the WDBS Tour and captured a string of major titles including the Champion of Champions and Belgian Open crowns.
In 2017 he also triumphed at the inaugural Welsh Open, a competition open to players with all disabilities, defeating Andy Johnson 3-2 in a dramatic final.
In January 2020 he represented WDBS at the World Snooker Federation Open in Malta, the most important amateur snooker championship held annually, where he qualified from his group to reach the knockout stages.