The World Cup of Darts was supposed to start in mid-June, but the ongoing Coronavirus situation has seemingly halted our dreams of watching what is always one of the year’s most entertaining tournaments. It’s short format creates the opportunity of massive upsets each and every year, and colourful characters from across the world make forContinue reading “Who are the best team to never win the World Cup of Darts?”
The PDC World Darts Championship may be a competition that has run for almost 30 years, but during that time only eight men have managed to get their name engraved on the roll of honour and call themselves world champion. The 2010s saw more new world champions than any other decade with no fewer thanContinue reading “How many future world champions currently hold PDC tour cards?”
We’ve ranked the most crucial missed doubles from the past 10 years.
Earlier this week we discussed why darts should be an Olympic sport, but in a hypothetical world where we saw the stars of the PDC headed to Tokyo for the upcoming event, who would represent Team GB? It’s no secret that the UK is a hotbed for dartists, with England, Scotland, Wales and Northern IrelandContinue reading “Who would represent Great Britain if darts was an Olympic sport?”
Darts may be one of the most popular things broadcast on Sky Sports in the UK, but war still rages on about whether or not it actually deserves the moniker of being a sport. There are arguments to be made on either end of the spectrum. For many, sport is about physical exertion and movingContinue reading “Why Darts deserves a spot at the Olympic Games”
Paul Nicholson, Vincent van der Voort and Ian White all have claims to make