Who has the most world championships in darts?

Who has the most world championships in darts?

Phil Taylor
The most darts World Championship titles won is 16 by Phil Taylor (UK): two with the World Darts Organisation (WDO) in 1990 and 1992, and 14 with the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) in 1995–2002, 2004–2006, 2009–2010 and 2013.

Who won the 2012 Darts world championship?

England
England (represented by Phil Taylor and Adrian Lewis) won the tournament, beating Australia (represented by Simon Whitlock and Paul Nicholson) 4–3 in a sudden-death leg.

Who is the goat of darts?

But there is no doubting the “GOAT” or best ever is currently Phil Taylor.

How many world champions are there in darts?

two
There are currently two recognised World Dart Champions the BDO / WDF Word Champion and the PDC World Champion. The first World Champion was Leighton Rees from Wales.

Who won the 2007 World Darts Championship?

13 – Gary Anderson wins his first major televised tournament claiming the 2007 International Darts League title in the Netherlands beating Mark Webster in the final.

Why did they stop drinking in darts?

While stated earlier, alcohol is shown to negatively impact athletic performance, darts are something of an exception. While drinking alcohol obviously doesn’t enhance your skill, many consume it before games in order to relax and steady nerves.

Is there still a BDO?

Well, to put it simply, the BDO no longer functions. The Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) was formed after a split from the British Darts Organisation (BDO) in the early ’90s, and many of the game’s top players went along with the new PDC tour with its own world championship.

Where did the 2011 World Darts Championship take place?

The 2011 Ladbrokes.com World Darts Championship was the 18th World Championship organised by the Professional Darts Corporation since it separated from the British Darts Organisation. The event took place at the Alexandra Palace, London from 16 December 2010 and 3 January 2011.

Which PDC players missed the PDC World Championship?

4-time PDC World Championship semi-finalist Wayne Mardle was a notable absentee, missing out on his first World Championship since 1999. The 3-time PDC World Championship finalist Peter Manley was also another notable absentee, having missed out since 1998 . The televised stages featured 72 players from a minimum of 22 countries.

What happened to Wayne Mardle at the PDC World Championship?

4-time PDC World Championship semi-finalist Wayne Mardle was a notable absentee, missing out on his first World Championship since 1999. The 3-time PDC World Championship finalist Peter Manley was also another notable absentee, having missed out since 1998 .

Who are the referees at the Darts World Cup draw?

The First Round draw took place on Tuesday 30 November live in the studio of Sky Sports News, and was conducted by 1983 World champion Keith Deller and Sky Sports darts’ analyst and former World Matchplay champion, Rod Harrington. Final: Best of 13 sets. Referees: George Noble (first half) and Russ Bray (second half).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ScDNSR0PETM

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