Winmau World Masters Past Winners



MENS CHAMPIONS

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

WOMENS CHAMPIONS

1982 - Ann Marie Davies
1983 - Sonja Ralphs
1984 - Kathy Wones
1985 - Lilian Barnett
1986 - Kathy Wones
1987 - Ann Thomas
1988 - Mandy Solomons
1989 - Mandy Solomons
1990 - Rhian Speed
1991 - Sandy Reitan
1992 - Leeanne Maddock
1993 - Mandy Solomons
1994 - Deta Hedman
1995 - Sharon Colclough
1996 - Sharon Douglas
1997 - Mandy Solomons
1998 - Karen Smith
1999 - Francis Hoenselaar
2000 - Trina Gulliver
2001 - Anne Kirk
2002 - Trina Gulliver
2003 - Trina Gulliver
2004 - Trina Gulliver
2005 - Trina Gulliver
2006 - Francis Hoenselaar
2007 - Karin Krappen
2008 - Francis Hoenselaar
2009 - Linda Ithurralde
2010 - Julie Gore
2011 - Lish Ashton
2012 - Julie Gore 
2013 – Deta Hedman
2014 – Anastasia Dobromyslova 
2015 - Aileen De Graaf
2016 - Trina Gulliver MBE 
2017 - Lorraine Winstanley
2018 - Lisa Ashton 

WDDA Champions

2014 – Ricky Chilton
2015 - Vince D’hondt
2016 - Vince D’hondt
2017 - Kevin Turner
2018 - Michael Davies

YOUTH CHAMPIONS MIXED

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

BOYS CHAMPIONS

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

GIRLS CHAMPIONS

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




World Masters History


The BDO Winmau World Masters is the oldest established major darts tournament in the world and second only in importance to the BDO Lakeside World Professional Darts Championships.

It was first played in 1974, and the 2018 Masters will celebrate 45 consecutive years of Winmau World Masters darts.

The Men's Masters features the top sixteen ranked players in the BDO Invitation tables – guaranteeing the top players being on stage as an attraction to both venue and TV audiences.

Players from seventy-two countries are invited, including Champions from over 300 national and international singles events worldwide.

An estimated 5,000 darts fans, players and officials are expected to attend the competition.

The World Masters is unique in being the only official Singles Championships in world darts that has five separate stand-alone World titles in one weekend:

  • - Men’s Masters
  • - Women’s Masters
  • - Boys Masters
  • - Girls Masters
  • - WDDA Masters
    • Importantly, there is a clear link between the World Masters and the Lakeside World Professional Darts Championships, which emphasises their dual importance in televised world darts. If the winners of the Men's and Women's World Masters have not already qualified for Lakeside, then they will gain automatic entry into the World Professional as the current Winmau World Masters Champions.

      This ensures the seamless link between the two BDO televised majors and clearly illustrates their importance to World darts and to the top men and women players around the globe.


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