The 2002 BDO World Darts Championship was a professional darts tournament held from 5 to 13 January 2002 at the Lakeside Country Club in Frimley Green, Surrey, England. It was the 25th staging of the competition since the 1978 edition and the 17th time it took place at the Lakeside Country Club. The tournament was the first of 12 British Darts Organisation tournaments in 2002 and a womens world championship was held for the second time. The host broadcaster was the BBC and the competition was sponsored by the cigarette company Embassy. Tony David defeated Mervyn King six sets to four in th ...
The 2002 Las Vegas Desert Classic was the inaugural staging of a darts tournament by the Professional Darts Corporation. It featured the top players from the PDC along with an opportunity for players from North America to qualify. Over 200 players entered the event, but the last 16 featured mostly British-based players - the only exceptions being Roland Scholten and former World Champion John Part who participate regularly in UK tournaments. The total prize fund was US$100.000 and Phil Taylor won the title beating Ronnie Baxter in the final.
The 2003 Ladbrokes.com World Darts Championship was the tenth World Championship organised by the Professional Darts Corporation since it split from the British Darts Organisation in 1993. The tournament took place between 27 December 2002 and 4 January 2003 at the Circus Tavern, Purfleet, England. Ladbrokes took over sponsorship of the event from Skol. The field at the televised stages expanded for the first time since 1999. An extra qualifying round was introduced increasing the total number of players from 32 to 40. John Part defeated the defending champion and number one seed, Phil Tay ...
The 2002 Stan James World Matchplay was a professional darts tournament held from 28 July to 3 August 2002 at the Empress Ballroom in the Winter Gardens of Blackpool. It was the ninth staging of the competition since the 1994 edition and at the Winter Gardens. The competition was the 18th of 35 Professional Darts Corporation tournaments in the 2002 season. The tournament was broadcast on the sports network Sky Sports and was sponsored by the betting company Stan James. The tournaments defending champion Phil Taylor defeated John Part by 18 legs to 16 in the final, winning his third consecu ...
ⓘ 2002 in darts
- The 2002 Paddy Power World Grand Prix was the fifth staging of the World Grand Prix darts tournament, organised by the Professional Darts Corporation
- The 2002 Stan James World Matchplay was a professional darts tournament held from 28 July to 3 August 2002 at the Empress Ballroom in the Winter Gardens
- The 2002 BDO World Darts Championship was a professional darts tournament held from 5 to 13 January 2002 at the Lakeside Country Club in Frimley Green
- The 2002 PDC World Darts Championship was a professional darts tournament held from 28 December 2001 to 5 January 2002 at the Circus Tavern in Purfleet
- 2002 Malta Open is a darts tournament, which took place in Malta in 2002 2002 Malta Open Results dartsdatabase.co.uk. Retrieved 11 January 2016.
- professional darts tournaments, which began in 1974 - even before the current World Professional Championship. The tournament was sponsored by darts board manufacturer
- Darts is a sport in which small missiles are thrown at a circular target dartboard fixed to a wall. Though various boards and rules have been used
- The 2002 World Darts Trophy was the first edition of the World Darts Trophy, a professional darts tournament held at the De Vechtsebanen in Utrecht, the
- The Professional Darts Corporation PDC is a professional darts organisation in the United Kingdom, established in 1992 when a group of leading players
- King born 15 March 1966 is an English professional darts player, who plays in Professional Darts Corporation tournaments. His nickname is The King. King
- 1969 in Bristol, England is a retired English professional darts player. He used the nickname Mace the Ace. He began his career in the British Darts Organisation
2002 World Grand Prix (darts)
The 2002 Paddy Power World Grand Prix was the fifth staging of the World Grand Prix darts tournament, organised by the Professional Darts Corporation. It was held at the Citywest Hotel in Dublin, Republic of Ireland, between 22–27 October 2002. Champion Alan Warriner lost in the first round at Richie buckle. Phil Taylor beat John part 7-3 in the final to win his fourth Grand Prix.