The World Darts Federation is pleased to confirm the addition of the British Open to the list of ‘Gold’ graded WDF ranked events for 2021. Jointly promoted by the England Darts Organisation, Scottish Darts Association and Welsh Darts Organisation, the event will take place at the Spa in Bridlington on
Martin Adams joined an exclusive club of three times winners as he won a 131-minute thriller against debutant Dean Winstanley 7-5. But the 54-year-old veteran from Peterborough, the 1/2 on favourite was made to work for his victory after seeing the third seed reverse a 2-0 deficit and twice lead
Russian Anastasia Dobromyslova was crowned champion of the world for a second time after toppling top seed Deta Hedman 2-1. The 27-year-old had to comeback from losing the opening set against the throw and finished the final with a 90 checkout finished on bull, ending the 46 minute encounter. The
Silent man Christian Kist let his darts do the talking as he toppled favourite Tony O’Shea 7-5 to lift the Lakeside world championship at his first attempt. The debutant 25-year-old Dutchman, an out-of-work road worker, who began the tournament as a 66/1 outsider steamrollered his way to the title
The Dutch Open Darts, the largest open darts tournament in the world, which was scheduled to take place on February 5, 6 and 7 in 2021 has been postponed and been rescheduled for 3, 4 and 5 September due to the ongoing issues surrounding the corona crisis.
2020 began with the launch of a new World Darts Federation rankings system, before mid-March saw the Covid-19 global pandemic bring the sport of darts to a halt. Play may have stopped, but the hard work continues in collaboration with our member nations to finalise a definitive WDF rankings structure for 2021.