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Hometown: Coon Rapids, Minnesota
Primary Shot: Pull Shot
Major Titles: 8
Minnesota Pro Master Dave Gummeson has been a staple on the pro tour for nearly 25 years. His calm yet intense demeanor, unstoppable 5-row, and solid all-around game have helped him win eight open titles on the major pro tour, including the world singles title in 1995. “Gummy” was also crowned Masters Singles champion in 1993, and has been victorious five different times at the National Championships, including 2003 and 2004 when Dave and regular partner Tracy McMillin, became the first team to win the title in two consecutive years. Gummeson seems to have no weakness on the foosball table and his highly-efficient 5-row is renowned as one of the best ever. A former winner of the tour’s sportsmanship award, Dave is also recognized as one of table soccer’s true gentleman. However, in the case of this classy veteran forward from America’s upper Midwest, nice guys definitely do not finish last.
Hometown: Cudahy, Wisconsin
Primary Shot: Walking Snake Shot
Major Titles: Countless
Cudahy, Wisconsin’s Tony Spredeman is considered by the vast majority of people as the best player in the game today and is currently ranked #1 in the world. He exploded onto the international foosball scene back in 2002 when he reached the finals of Open Singles at the World Championships just one year after winning the Rookie Singles title at the sport’s biggest event. One year later, in 2003, Spredeman took it one step further, winning the World Open Singles title in one of the sport’s most dominating performances. Spredeman lost only two games in the entire singles event and defeated Louis Cartwright in the Open Singles final to decisively earn his first major title.
Since then “Tony the Tiger” has claimed the Nationals Singles Championship and Texas State Doubles title (with Billy Pappas), while also reaching the finals at the 2004 World Championships in doubles with partner Bob Diaz, and finishing third in singles at the 2004 Dallas mega-event. As a result of his hard work and dedication, Tony has gone on to win multiple Open Single and Open Double titles at the world championships and other major events. One of the fiercest and highly-skilled players to come along in years, Tony Spredeman, figures to be a powerful force on the pro foosball tour for many years to come.
Hometown: Denver, Colorado
Position: Forward / Goalie
Primary Shot: Pull Shot
Major Titles: Countless over 4 decades
For more than four decades Todd is the only player to hold the title of World Champion in Doubles. Todd has participated in every Warrior Pro tour event and has won almost every Warrior Open Doubles Championship since 2003. He partnered with Fredrico Collignon to win Warrior’s $150,000 Extravaganza Open Double title in 2003. Talented in both the Forward and Goalie positions, he can be frequently be found in the finals of Doubles, Singles and Mixed Doubles. Todd also participates around the world on various tables and shows a rare grit and determination to win it all.
Todd’s vast knowledge of foosball over the decades makes him one of the best sources of information.
8 time World Champion
2015 ITSF World Champion Senior Doubles
Hall of Fame member
Considered by most Hands down the dominant Professional foosball player of the 1980″s. Tony continued to show his grit and determination by winning the Senior Doubles World Champion Ship in 2015.
Hometown: Aurora, Colorado
Position: Forward / Goalie
Primary Shot: Roll-Over Snake
Major Titles: 13
For more than a decade Aurora, Colorado’s Rob Mares has reigned as one of the sport’s true superstars. “Rapid Rob” has earned over thirteen major open titles during his pro career, including the 1996 World Open Doubles championship with partner Tommy Adkisson. And in 2015 he teamed up with Terry Rue to win the World Open Doubles and has continued with a flurry of success in his Hall of Fame Career.
With his win in Chicago in 2005, Mares became one of only two players to ever win the prestigious Masters Singles title on three separate occasions. A versatile player, Robert has won in Singles, Doubles, and Mixed, and while playing both the forward and goalie positions. He has also earned four career National titles and was voted Tornado Tour Player of the Year for the 2000 season.
Hometown: Huntington Beach, CA
Position: Goalie / Forward
Primary Shot: Pull Shot/Snake
Major Titles: 10
Long considered one of the game’s top lady goalies, Christina has earned 5 female goalie of the year awards, while winning 10 individual titles on the major Tornado tour. Christina showed she could play the forward position as well during the 2006 season with two top-3 finishes on the pro tour. Christina has also earned multiple spots on the USA team at World Cups events around the world. Most recently in 2010 season, she finished second in Women’s Doubles at the Las Vegas Hall of Fame Classic with partner Deliza Baumbach.