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This page is dedicated to preserving historical UK major tournament history. The information contained on the British Darts events, unfortunately, isn’t as complete as I would like it to be. If you are able to provide information that may fill in some gaps then please email it to me for inclusion on this page.

In many cases, pairs, trebles and youth tournaments have been excluded from the tournament details listed on this page.

The Information below is correct to my knowledge at the time of publishing, however, use at your own risk. If you need a more in-depth information please contact the major governing bodies who may be able to help your enquiry better than I am able to.

The British Darts Organisation (BDO) is one of the oldest Darts Organisations in the World, however, it certainly wasn’t the first.  Listed below are some of the major tournament winners organised by the BDO however if you are looking for more information than this please contact the BDO direct.

I haven’t listed runners-up, pairs or mixed pairs on this page or on another page on this website so although you may find this page informative there is a vast archive of information that the BDO will hold.

 

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BDO World Champions Men | BDO World Champions Women | BDO World Champions Youth | BDO Winmau Masters | BDO Winmau Masters Youth | BDO Winmau (Disability) Masters | BDO British Internationals Table Men | BDO British Internationals Table Women | BDO British Open | BDO British Classic | BDO Gold Cup

 

BDO BDO World Darts Champions (Men)

British Darts Organisation World Darts Champions (Men)

BDO / WDO World Championships Main Sponsors:
Embassy Tobacco 1978 - 2003, Lakeside Country Club (Bob Potter) 2003 - Current

The first nine-dart leg achieved in the BDO World Darts Championship was by Paul Lim (USA) in the second round of the 1990 Championships against Irishman Jack McKenna. Paul won £52,000 for his achievement. Since then the BDO World Championships has not seen another nine-dart leg achieved but serval have come close.

 

Year Winner sets sets Runner-up
2019 Glen Durrant 7 - 3 Scott Waites
2018 Glen Durrant 7 - 6 Mark McGeeney
2017 Glen Durrant 7 - 3 Danny Noppert
2016 Scott Waites 7 - 1 Jeff Smith
2015 Scott Mitchell 7 - 6 Martin Adams
2014 Stephen Bunting 7 - 4 Alan Norris
2013 Scott Waites 7 - 1 Tony O'Shea
2012 Christian Kist 7 - 5 Tony O'Shea
2011 Martin Adams 7 - 5 Dean Winstanley
2010 Martin Adams 7 - 5 Dave Chisnall
2009 Ted Hankey 7 - 6 Tony O'Shea
2008 Mark Webster 7 - 5 Simon Whitlock
2007 Martin Adams 7 - 6 Phil Nixon
2006 Jelle Klaasen  7 - 5 Raymond Van Barneveld
2005 Raymond Van Barnveld 6 - 2 Martin Adams
2004 Andy Fordham 6 - 3 Mervyn King
2003 Raymond Van Barneveld 6 - 3 Richie Davies
2002 Tony David 6 - 4 Mervyn King
2001 John Walton 6 - 2 Ted Hankey
2000 Ted Hankey 6 - 0 Ronnie Baxter
1999 Raymond Van Barneveld 6 - 5 Ronnie Baxter
1998 Raymond Van Barneveld 6 - 5 Richie Burnett
1997 Les Wallace 6 - 3 Marshall James
1996 Steve Beaton 6 - 3 Richie Burnett
1995 Richie Burnett 6 - 3 Raymond Van Barneveld
1994 John Part 6 - 0 Bobby George
1993 John Lowe 6 - 3 Alan Warriner
1992 Phil Taylor 6 - 5 Mike Gregory
1991 Dennis Priestley 6 - 0 Eric Bristow MBE
1990 Phil Taylor 6 - 1 Eric Bristow MBE
1989 Jocky Wilson 6 - 4 Eric Bristow MBE
1988 Bob Anderson 6 - 4 John Lowe
1987 John Lowe 6 - 4 Eric Bristow MBE
1986 Eric Bristow MBE 6 - 0 Dave Whitcombe
1985 Eric Bristow MBE 6 - 2 John Lowe
1984 Eric Bristow MBE 7 - 1 Dave Whitcombe
1983 Keith Deller 6 - 5 Eric Bristow MBE
1982 Jocky Wilson 5 - 3 John Lowe
1981 Eric Bristow MBE 5 - 1 John Lowe
1980 Eric Bristow MBE 5 - 3 Bobby George
1979 John Lowe 5 - 0 Leighton Rees
1978 Leighton Rees 11 - 7 John Lowe

 

 

BDO BDO World Darts Champions (Women)

British Darts Organisation World Darts Champions (Women)

BDO / WDO World Championships Main Sponsors:
Embassy Tobacco 2001 - 2003, Lakeside Country Club (Bob Potter) 2003 - 2018, ??? 2019 - Current

Since the women’s World Darts Championship was conceived in 2001 one woman has dominated the ladies darts scene, Trina Gulliver MBE. Trina's achievement of playing in all of the World Championships finals stages is something no other lady player can boast. Trina has won the women’s World Championship title ten times to date and has been the runner-up on two occasions. There has always been a debate on the best ladies player ever, I say no more her World Championship Record speaks for itself.

 

Year Winner sets sets Runner-up
2019 Mikuru Suzuki 3 - 0 Lorraine Winstanley
2018 Lisa Ashton 3 - 1 Anastasia Dobromyslova
2017 Lisa Ashton 3 - 0 Corrine Hammond
2016 Trina Gulliver MBE 3 - 2 Deta Headman
2015 Lisa Ashton 3 - 1 Fallon Sherrock
2014 Lisa Ashton 3 - 2 Deta Hedman
2013 Anastasia Dobromyslova 2 - 1 Lisa Ashton
2012 Anastasia Dobromyslova 2 - 1 Deta Hedman
2011 Trina Gulliver MBE 2 - 0 Rhian Edwards
2010 Trina Gulliver MBE 2 - 0 Rhian Edwards
2009 Francis Hoenselaar 2 - 1 Trina Gulliver MBE
2008 Anastasia Dobromyslova 2 - 0 Trina Gulliver MBE
2007 Trina Gulliver MBE 2 - 1 Francis Hoenselaar
2006 Trina Gulliver MBE 2 - 0 Francis Hoenselaar
2005 Trina Gulliver MBE 2 - 0 Francis Hoenselaar
2004 Trina Gulliver MBE 2 - 0 Francis Hoenselaar
2003 Trina Gulliver MBE 2 - 0 Ann Kirk
2002 Trina Gulliver MBE 2 - 1 Francis Hoenselaar
2001 Trina Gulliver MBE 2 - 1 Mandy Solomonds

 

 

BDOBDO Youth World Champions

Although the BDO has been the bedrock for youth darts for many years, it was the PDC who first introduced a World Darts Championship. Until this point, the biggest accolade a youth player could hold was the Winmau Masters title. The masters introduced a joint boys and girls (Youth) Championship in 1986. In 1999 this was split into two separate titles one for boys the other girls.

BDO classify a youth player of 18 years or younger, however, the PDC have revised their youth tournament age minimum 16 years – 23 years. Personally, 23 seems a little old for a youth player especially when Jelle Klassen won the BDO World Championship at the age of 21.

 

Year Winner sets sets Runner-up
2019 Leighton Bennett 3 - 0 Nathan Girvan
2018 Justin van Tergouw 3 - 1 Killian Heffeman
2017 Justin van Tergouw 3 - 0 Nathern Girven
2016 Joshua Richardson 3 - 2 Jordan Boyce
2015 Colin Roelofs 3 - 0 Harry Word

 

 

Winmau World Masters

Year

Men's Winner

2018 Adam Smith Neale 
2017 Krysztof Ratajski
2016 Glen Durrant
2015 Glen Durrant
2014 Martin Phillips
2013 Stephen Bunting
2012 Stephen Bunting
2011 Scott Waites
2010 Martin Adams
2009 Martin Adams
2008 Martin Adams
2007 Robert Thornton
2006 Michael van Gerwen
2005 Raymond van Barneveld
2004 Mervyn King
2003 Tony West
2002 Mark Dudbridge
2001 Raymond van Barneveld
2000 John Walton
1999 Andy Fordham
1998 Les Wallace
1997 Graham Hunt
1996 Colin Monk
1995 Erik Clarys
1994 Richie Burnett
1993 Steve Beaton
1992 Dennis Priestley
1991 Rod Harrington
1990 Phil Taylor
1989 Peter Evison
1988 Bob Anderson
1987 Bob Anderson
1986 Bob Anderson
1985 Dave Whitcombe
1984 Eric Bristow
1983 Eric Bristow
1982 Dave Whitcombe
1981 Eric Bristow
1980 John Lowe
1979 Eric Bristow
1978 Ron Davis
1977 Eric Bristow
1976 John Lowe
1975 Alan Evans *
1974 Cliff Inglis *

Year

Ladies Winner

2017 Lorraine Winstanley
2016 Trina Gulliver MBE
2015 Aileen De Graaf
2014 Anastasia Dobromyslova
2013 Deta Hedman
2012 Julie Gore
2011 Lisa Ashton
2010 Julie Gore
2009 Linda Ithurralde
2008 Francis Hoenselaar
2007 Karin Krappen
2006 Francis Hoenselaar
2005 Trina Gulliver
2004 Trina Gulliver
2003 Trina Gulliver
2002 Trina Gulliver
2001 Anne Kirk
2000 Trina Gulliver
1999 Francis Hoenselaar
1998 Karen Smith
1997 Mandy Solomons
1996 Sharon Douglas
1995 Sharon Colclough
1994 Deta Hedman
1993 Mandy Solomons
1992 Leeanne Maddock
1991 Sandy Reitan
1990 Rhian Speed
1989 Mandy Solomons
1988 Mandy Solomons
1987 Ann Thomas
1986 Kathy Wones
1985 Lilian Barnett
1984 Kathy Wones
1983 Sonja Ralphs
1982 Ann Marie Davies

 

Winmau World Masters - Youth

Year

Boy's Winner

2018 Jurjen van der Velde 
2017 Nico Blum
2016 Justin van Tergouw
2015 Justin van Tergouw
2014 Colin Roelofs
2013 Shaun Lovett
2012 Jeffery De Zwaan
2011 Jimmy Hendriks
2010 Reece Robinson
2009 Jamie Lewis
2008 Shaun Griffiths
2007 Shaun Griffiths
2006 Maarten Pape
2005 Jonny Nijs
2004 Oskar Lukasiak
2003 Kirk Shepherd
2002 Sean McDonald
2001 Stephen Bunting
2000 Danny Ballard
1999 Martin Brown

Year

Girls Winner

2018 Beau Greaves 
2017 Beau Greaves
2016 Veronica Koroleva
2015 Danielle Ashton
2014 Robyn Byrne
2013 Casey Gallagher
2012 Fallon Sherrock
2011 Emily Davidson
2010 Zoe Jones
2009 Zoe Jones
2008 Linda Odén
2007 Kimberley Lewis
2006 Kimberley Lewis
2005 Laura Tye
2004 Irene Adrianova
2003 Stevis Riggs
2002 Lynsey McDonald
2001 Anastasia Dobromyslova
2000 Janine Gough
1999 Janine Gough

 

Year

Youth (Boys and Girls Combined) Winner

1998 Paul Higgins
1997 Aaron Turner
1996 Carsten Hoffmann
1995 Martin Whatmough
1994 Steven de Brucker
1993 Jamie Caven
1992 Leeanne Maddock
1991 Michael Barnard
1990 Craig Clancy
1989 Dennis Beisser
1988 Sean Dowling
1987 Sean Bell
1986 Harith Lim

Winmau World Masters

The Winmau Masters is one of the longest running international darts tournament and pre-dates the BDO World Championships by four years. Winmau, dartboard manufacturer, has been the main sponsor of this event for well over 40 years.

The format of the Masters is set play, however the sets are best of 3 legs per set (first to 2) rather than the standard best of 5 legs (first to 3) we see in the World Darts Championships.

Notable Men’s winner of the event is Eric Bristow MBE who won 5 times. Trina Gulliver MBE has won the ladies event six times to date (2018)

Prior to 1999, the Winmau Masters Youth Tournament was combined event, boys and girls.

 

Winmau (WDDA) Disability Masters

The Winmau WDDA World Masters (Disability Championship) is now a feature in the darts sporting calendar. The first event took place 2014 as a demonstration event following a long campaign to review the dartboard height for wheelchair players. The World Disability Darts Association (WDDA) finally gained approval from the WDF and BDO for the reduce dartboard height for Wheelchair players, 137cm to the centre of the bullseye the rest is now history.

The Disability final is best of 5 legs played on a dual board set-up specifically designed so a wheelchair player and a standing player are competing directly against one another. Read more about Disability Darts.

Read more about Disability Darts

Winmau (WDDA) Disability Masters

Year

Winner

Legs

 

Legs

Runner-up

2018 Michael David 3 - 1 Ricky Chilton
2017 Kevin Turner 3 - 1 Phil Lees
2016 Vince D'Hondt 3 - 0 Richard Green
2015 Vince D'Hondt 3 - 0 Ricky Chilton
2014 Ricky Chilton 3 - 2 Phil Lees

 

 

BDO British Internationals (Team Event)

The British Internationals were first in 1979. It is an annual darts event contested by the home countries of England, Scotland and Wales. There are separate events for both men and women and now Youth, details of the youth event is not shown here.

The scoring system of this event has also changed over the years which is now played in sets and points awarded for victories and draws

The British International must not be staged in the same country that stages the Six Nations Cup of that year so therefore will be handed over to another Country to stage, in rotation.

No Event was held in 1989

 

BDO British Internationals - Mens Table

Year

Winning Nation

Points

Runner-up

Points

Third Place

Points

2018 England 4 Scotland 2 Wales 0
2017
England
4
Scotland
2
Wales
0
2016
Wales
3
Scotand
2
England
1
2015
England
3
Scotland
3
Wales
0
2014
England
4
Scotland
2
Wales
0
2013
England
4
Scotland
2
Wales
0
2012
England
4
Wales
2
Scotland
0
2011
England
4
Scotland
2
Wales
0
2010
England
4
Wales
2
Scotland
0
2009
England
4
Scotland
2
Wales
0
2008
Scotland
3
Wales
2
England
1
2007
England
3
Wales
3
Scotland
0
2006
England
3
Scotland
3
Wales
0
2005
England
3
Scotland
3
Wales
0
2004
England
4
Wales
2
Scotland
0
2003
England
4
Scotland
2
Wales
0
2002
England
4
Scotland
2
Wales
0
2001
England
4
Wales
1
Scotland
1
2000
Scotland
3
England
2
Wales
1
1999
England
4
Scotland
2
Wales
0
1998
England
4
Scotland
1
Wales
1
1997
England
4
Wales
2
Scotland
0
1996
England
3
Scotland
3
Wales
0
1995
England
4
Wales
1
Scotland
1
1994
England
4
Wales
2
Scotland
0
1993
England
4
Scotland
1
Wales
1
1992
England
4
Scotland
2
Wales
0
1991
England
4
Scotland
2
Wales
0
1990
England
4
Wales
1
Scotland
1
1989
No Event
-
-
-
-
-
1988
England
2
Scotland
1
Wales
0
1987
England
2
Scotland
1
Wales
0
1986
England
2
Scotland
1
Wales
0
1985
England
2
Wales
1
Scotland
0
1984
England
23
Wales
17
Scotland
11
1983
England
25
Wales
17
Scotland
9
1982
England
25
Scotland
15
Wales
11
1981
England (W)*
19
Wales (W)*
19
Scotland
13
1980
England
27
Wales
14
Scotland
10
1979
England
25
Wales
19
Scotland
7

 

BDO British Internationals - Ladies Table

Year

Winning Nation

Points

Runner-up

Points

Third Place

Points

2018 England 4 Wales 1 Scotland 0
2017
Wales
4
Engalnd
2
Scotland
0
2016
England 
3
Wales
2
Scotland
1
2015
England
4
Wales
2
Scotland
0
2014
England
4
Wales
2
Scotland
0
2013
England
4
Wales
2
Scotland
0
2012
England
4
Wales
2
Scotland
0
2011
England
4
Wales
2
Scotland
0
2010
England
4
Scotland
2
Wales
0
2009
Wales
4
England
2
Scotland
0
2008
England
3
Wales
2
Scotland
1
2007
England
4
Wales
1
Scotland
1
2006
Englandf
3
Wales
2
Scotland
1
2005
England
4
Wales
2
Scotland
0
2004
England
4
Wales
1
Scotland
1
2003
England
4
Wales
2
Scotland
0
2002
England
4
Wales
2
Scotland
0
2001
England
4
Scotland
2
Wales
0
2000
England
3
Wales
2
Scotland
1
1999
England
3
Wales
2
Scotland
1
1998
Scotland
3
England
2
Wales
1
1997
Wales
3
England
3
Scotland
0
1996
England
3
Scotland
2
Wales
1
1995
England
4
Wales
2
Scotland
0
1994
Wales
3
Scotland
2
England
1
1993
England
3
Wales
2
Scotland
1
1992
Wales
4
England
2
Scotland
0
1991
Wales
3
England
3
Scotland
0
1990
England
3
Wales
2
Scotland
1
1989
No Event
-
-
-
-
-
1988
England
2
Wales
1
Scotland
0
1987
England
2
Scotland
1
Wales
0
1986
Scotland (W)*
1
Wales (W)*
1
England
1
1985
England
1
Wales
1
Scotland
1
1984
England
8
Wales
7
Scotland
3
1983
England
9
Scotland
6
Wales
3
1982
England
10
Wales
6
Scotland
4
1981
Scotland
8
England
6
Wales
4
1980
England
11
Wales
6
Scotland
1
1979
England
10
Wales
7
Scotland
1

*(W) Joint winners of that year.

 

 

BDO British Darts Open

Year

Men's Winner

2018 Richard Veenstra
2017 Ross Montgomery
2016 Cameron Menzies
2015 Mark McGeeney
2014 Scott Mitchell
2013 Garry Thompson
2012 Martin Atkins
2011 Scott Waites
2010 Ted Hankey
2009 Dave Chisnall
2008 John Henderson
2007 Gary Anderson
2006 Mick Reed
2005 Brian Buur
2004 Martin Adams
2003 Darryl Fitton
2002 Tony Eccles
2001 John Walton
2000 Mervyn King
1999 Raymond van Barneveld
1998 Colin Monk
1997 Kevin Painter
1996 Roland Scholten
1995 Al Hedman
1994 Martin Adams
1993 Dennis Priestley
1992 Phil Gilman
1991 Mike Gregory
1990 Alan Warriner-Little
1989 Brian Cairns
1988 John Lowe
1987 Bob Anderson
1986 Eric Bristow
1985 John Cosnett
1984 Cliff Lazarenko
1983 Eric Bristow
1982 Jocky Wilson
1981 Eric Bristow
1980 Cliff Lazarenko
1979 Tony Brown
1978 Eric Bristow
1977 John Lowe
1976 Jack North
1975 Alan Evans

Year

Ladies Winner

2018 Lisa Ashton
2017 Corrine Hammond
2016 Deta Hedman
2015 Deta Hedman
2014 Deta Hedman
2013 Deta Hedman
2012 Linda Ithurralde
2011 Lorraine Winstanley
2010 Trina Gulliver

 

 

BDO British Darts Classic

Year

Men's Winner

2018 Richard Veenstra
2017 Jamie Hughes
2016 Glen Durrant
2015 Scott Waites
2014 Alan Norris
2013 Tony Eccles
2012 Jan Dekker
2011 Dean Winstanley
2010 Ross Montgomery
2009 Stephen Bunting
2008 Ross Montgomery
2007 Co Stompe
2006 Gary Anderson
2005 Paul Hogan
2004 Darryl Fitton
2003 Mark Foreman
2002 Mervyn King
2001 John Walton
2000 Richie Davies
1999 Mervyn King
1998 Mervyn King
1997 Dennis Priestley

Year

Ladies Winner

2018 Laura Turner
2017 Aileen De Graaf
2016 Claire Brookin
2015 Fallon Sherrock
2014 Deta Hedman
2013 Fallon Sherrock
2012 Deta Hedman
2011 Trina Gulliver

 

 

BDO British Darts Gold Cup

Year

Men's Winner

2018 Scott Mitchell
2017 Ryan Joyce
2016 Glen Durrant
2015 Brian Dawson
2014 Wayne Warren
2013 Paul Hogan
2012 Stephen Bunting
2011 Ross Montgomery
2010 Andy Beardmore
2009 Paul Brooks
2008 Scott Waites
2007 Dave Chisnall
2006 Gary Anderson
2005 Derek Williams
2004 Richie Davies

Year

Ladies Winner

2018 Lisa Ashton
2017 Fallon Sherrock
2016 Anastasia Dobromyslova
2015 Fallon Sherrock
2014 Trina Gulliver
2013 Lisa Ashton
2012 Zoe Jones
2011 Lorraine Winstanley

 

 

 

 

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