Mahitthi beat fellow Thai Passakorn Suwannawat 11-7 in the men's final while Evans blanked defending champion Wendy Jans (Belgium) 5-0.
This was Mahitthi's first world title. His previous best was joint third in 2006. Evans has won once before, in 2004. She is also a three-time defending champion of the World Ladies Snooker Championship, organized by the World Ladies Snooker & Billiards Association.
The victory means Mahitthi is set to be nominated for a place on the Main Tour in the 2008/2009 season.
The highest break of the tournament was 140 by Alex Borg (Malta). Evans had a 64 in the Ladies division and Kieran McMahon (Northern Ireland) topped the Masters break table with a 115.
Former pro Darren Morgan won the Masters (Over 40s). He beat Karnchai Wongian from Thailand 5-1 in the final.
The event was held 11-25 November in Sima Thani Hotel, Korat, Thailand.
- 2007 SANGSOM IBSF World Snooker Championships (Global Snooker Centre)
- Thai Triumph (World Snooker)
- Second global crown for Morgan (South Wales Argus)
- World Championship (wendy-jans.com)
- Thailand (Hannah Jones)
- Mahitthi siegt gegen Suwannawat (Snookerblog - Deutsch)
- Mahitthi kehrt zurück (Snookermania - German)
- IBSF WM Thailand: Impressionen (Künstlerbüro Snooker Team)
- IBSF MM 2007 Korat (Nakhon Ratchasima) Thaimaa (Veikko Hannulan Snookerblogi - Finnish)
- World Ladies Snooker (Global Cue Sports Centre)
- Reanne Evans (Wikipedia)
- IBSF World Chhampionships, Men (Sports123)
- IBSF World Championships, Women (Sports123)