21-year-old Michael White may have shot onto the radar of many in the sporting world over the last 24 hours after winning on his debut at snooker's World Championship, but we knew he had star potential as long as 12 years ago, when he was just nine!
He won a place in the world record books, becoming the youngest player ever to make a century break.
Here's our piece from back in 2001, when a young Michael told our reporter Giles Smith "I'd like to be a world champion."
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