With a rare break in the WDF calendar this weekend, we can take time to reflect on what has been a hectic first two months on the circuit, as the brand new 2020 WDF ranking system begins to take shape. The hard work continues in establishing two brand new major
Slovak Masters was played 21/02/2020 with 285 men, 57 women, 31 boys and 6 girls. Slovak Open was played 22/02/2020 with 416 men, 70 women, 36 boys and 6 girls. Both were played in in X-Bionic® Sphere Samorin, Slovakia. WDF Tables updated with these results 27/02/2020. (Full results update 08/03)
The United International Open/Masters (West Fries) weekend 6-8 March 2020 has been cancelled by the tournament organisers. The Dutch Darts Association (NDB) have issued the following statement. http://www.ndbdarts.nl The United International Open Darts would be held from March 6th–8th. Today, the Dutch Darts Association has been told by the organisation
Port City Open Youth Tournament was played 22/02/2020 in Portland, ME, USA with 16 boys and 8 girls. WDF Tables updated with these results 27/02/2020.
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The Scottish Open Champions Jim Williams, Wales and Beau Greaves, England. WDF Tables updated with these results 20/02/2020.
Camellia Classic was played 08/02/2020 in Sacramento, CA, USA with 170 men, 39 women and 8 open youth (boys and girls). WDF Tables updated with these results 13/02/2020.
Quebec Open was played 07-09/02/2020 in St-Hyacinte, Quebec, Canada with 100 men and 41 women. WDF Tables updated with these results 13/02/2020.
Montgomery and De Graaf claim 2020 Bauhaus Dutch Open Titles Ross “The Boss” Montgomery and Aileen de Graaf were crowned Men’s and Ladies champions respectively at the prestigious Bauhaus Dutch Open, last night in De Bonte Wever, Assen.
Here is a YouTube of the acceptance of AIMS as a fully recognized body of the IOC from their IOC Executive committee meeting. This is another step forward for the WDF in the IOC recognition process as we are a full member of AIMS.