Lining's most notable appearance was in the Motolite International Nine-ball Tournament in 2000, where he finished second to Francisco Bustamante. Prior to that final, Lining bested Efren Reyes in the quarter-finals.
From there, he has only made small appearances in later events and had some success, especially in events that were held in Japan.[not specific enough to verify]
- 2006 Japan Open Nine-ball Champion
- 2005 Brunswick Open - Tokyo, Japan
- 2002 Busan Asian Games Gold Medalist
- 2000 All Japan Championship
- 1999 Muntinlupa National Open - Muntinlupa, Philippines
- 1998 Amagsaki Open - Amagsaki, Japan
- 1997 Pasay National Open - Davao, Philippines
- 1996 B's Open - Tokyo, Japan
- 1995 Davao National Open - Davao, Philippines
- 1994 Asian Championships - Taipei, Taiwan
- 1994 1st Indonesian Open - Jakarta, Indonesia
- 1992 Tung Pa Open - Taipei, Taiwan
- 1992 Hemeji Open - Osaka, Japan
- 1989 Scratch Open - Osaka, Japan
- kencomienda. "After Django Bustamante, Antonio Lining is the World’s No.1 Pool Player | The Wutz Up in the Philippines!". Retrieved 2016-12-20.
- Motolite Tournament Results Archived April 25, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.
- "After Busan, Django Wins In Baltimore". Philippine Daily Inquirer. 11 October 2002. Retrieved 18 April 2011.
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