Winmau To Sponsor World Darts Federation Rankings

Underlining its position as the global name in world darts, Winmau has announced that it is to sponsor the World Darts Federation (WDF) ranking system for 3 years for the Men’s, Women’s, Boy’s and Girl’s rankings.

Created in 1974, the rankings provide the clearest picture of the world’s leading players in the WDF system. The new world tables will be renamed: (See WDF Tables)


  • WDF Men’s Rankings Presented by Winmau
  • WDF Women’s Rankings Presented by Winmau
  • WDF Boy’s Rankings Presented by Winmau
  • WDF Girl’s Rankings Presented by Winmau

The WDF categorises tournaments around the world. Ranking points are then awarded to players according to where they finish and the category of the event and are used to determine seeds for key WDF events.

Like ranking systems used by many other global sports, the WDF system is based on a cumulative points system on a rolling year basis; when a tournament is played, any points players earned from the same event a year earlier are discounted. Lithuania’s Darius Labanauskas is the current WDF Men’s number one with Holland’s Aileen de Graaf topping the Women’s list.

As part of its sponsorship, Winmau will enable the WDF to present monetary awards to the top five players in the Men’s and Women’s overall rankings, as well as the top three Men, Women, Boys and Girls finishers in Europe, the Americas and Asia/Pacific regions. The company will also award darts equipment prizes to Youth winners.

“The WDF is the sport’s global organising body and we are delighted to be able to partner with them in this unique initiative that will allow the top ranked WDF players to benefit from monetary awards and the best equipment,” says Ian Flack, Winmau’s Sales and Marketing Director. “We share a common desire to see players continue to push the boundaries, and the rankings provide a very clear and impartial way of seeing who is at the top of the game over an extended period of time.”

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Snoflake Youth Open 2017, Canada – results

Snoflake Youth Open was played 11-12/02/2017 in Edmonton, Canada with 12 boys and 11 girls.

WDF Tables updated with these results 22/02/2017.

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Camelia Classic Youth 2017, USA – results

Camelia Classic was played 10-12/02/2017 in Sacramento, CA, USA with 8 youth.

WDF Tables updated with these results 16/02/2017.

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In Memoriam Stacy Bromberg

It is with great sadness that we learned of the passing yesterday of Stacy Bromberg.  Stacy was the most decorated player in United States darting history.  Stacy was twice a World Cup Overall Champion, in 1989 and 1993, Pairs Champion in 1993 and Ladies Singles Champion in 2009.  Stacy was US#1 16 times, including an incredible 13 consecutive years, North American Open Ladies Singles Champion 6 consecutive years, US National Champion 16 times and 2010 PDC Womens World Champion.

Stacy was also a great ambassador for Womens Darts and one of the most charitable people that you will ever meet.  Her work with Make-A-Wish among other charities was legendary.

For a full obituary and more information, please see

Dutch Open 2017 – results

BAUHAUS Dutch Open Darts was played 03-05/02/2017 in de Bonte Wever, Assen, The Netherlands with 2968 men, 305 women, 232 boys and 27 girls. Also there was non WDF ranking the boys under 14 tournament.

WDF Tables updated with these results 08/02/2017.

News from Dutch Open Day 1 and Day 2 and Day 3 – in tournament website

Mark McGeeney and Deta Hedman won the BAUHAUS Dutch Open Darts 2017 titles. McGeeney won this tournament for the first time. Hedman won the title back in 2010 once. Scott Mitchell/James Hurrell and Aileen de Graaf/Sharon Prins took the trophees of the pairs event.

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Romanian Open & Classic 2017 – results

Romanian International Darts Classic was played 28/01/2017 in Bucharest, Romania with 280 men and 71 women.

Romanian International Darts Open was played 29/01/2017 in Bucharest, Romania with 263 men and 68 women.

WDF Tables updated with these results 05/02/2017.

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Romanian Darts Classic
Men’s Singles winner
Andy Baetens, Belgium
Romanian Darts Classic
Women’s Singles winner
Maria O’Brien, England
Romanian Open
Men’s Singles winner
Silko Visser, Netherlands
Romanian Open
Women’s Singles winner
Karolina Podgorska, Poland

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Dinslaken Open 2017, Germany – results

Dinslaken Open was played 21/01/2017 in Trabrennbahn, Germany with 131 men, 44 women, 40 boys and 10 girls.

WDF Tables updated with these results 29/01/2017.

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Regiobank Open Youth 2017, Netherlands – results

MHG Regiobank Open Youth was played 21/01/2017 in Netherlands with 32 boys and 4 girls.

WDF Tables updated with these results 23/01/2017.

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Las Vegas Open 2017, USA – results

NODOR Fleetwood Memorial Las Vegas Open was played 20-22/01/2017 in Las Vegas, NV, USA with 240 men and 94 women.

WDF Tables updated with these results 22/01/2017.

Other events results available in ADO website, RedEye Rhino FB & YouTube and DartConnect

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Cyprus Open 2017 – results

Cyprus International Open was played 14-15/01/2017 Ayia Napa, Cyprus with 98 men.

WDF Tables updated with these results 29/01/2017.

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