Lithuania Open was played 14/05/2016 in Trakai, Lithuania with 52 men and 18 women. Winners were in women’s singles Maret Liiri Finland and men’s singles Darius Labanauskas Lithuania (in picture). WDF Tables updated with these results 17/03/2016.
Denmark Open was played 30/04/2016 was played in Esbjerg, Denmark with 352 men, 95 women, 27 boys and 11 girls. Denmark Masters was played 01/05/2016 with 309 men, 89 women, 24 boys and 12 girls. Recordings in DDU YouTube Channel and pictures in DDU Twitter WDF Tables updated with these
Cleveland Extravaganza was played 29/04 – 01/05/2016 Cleveland, OH, USA with 98 men, 37 women, 5 boys and 4 girls. WDF Tables updated with these results 06/05/2016.
Estonia Open was played 29/04 – 01/05/2016 in Tallinn, Estonia with 76 men and 19 women. WDF Tables updated with these results 06/05/2016.
North Island Masters was played in Hastings, New Zealand 24/04/2016 with 72 men and 24 women. WDF Tables updated with these results 25/04/2016. Men’s singles winner Craig Caldwell Women’s singles winner Sha Hohipa
Murray Bridge Classic was played in Murray Bridge, SA, Australia 24/04/2016 with 50 men, 28 women, 4 boys and 4 girls. WDF Tables updated with these results 25/04/2016.
Zakamsk Youth Cup was played in Perm, Russia with 66 boys and 48 girls. In picture are boy’s winner Mikhail Kuritcin and girl’s Veronika Koroleva, both from Russia. WDF Youth Tables updated with these results 25/04/2016.
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Yesterday (April 19th 2016) in Lausanne Switzerland, AIMS (Alliance of Independent Members of Recognized Sports) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the IOC that now places them as part of the Olympic movement. What this means, is the WDF being one of the member sports in AIMS, has now become
On Saturday 16/04/2016 was played BULL’S German Open with 884 men, 144 women, 144 boys and 24 girls. On Sunday 17/04/2016 was played BULL’S Darts Masters with 596 men and 128 women. Pictures of BULL’S German Open 2016 finalists Men’s singles winner Danny Noppert (L) and runner up Darius Labanauskas