Nick Gedney is a former English darts player who competed for the British Darts Organisation.
Gedney was one of eight qualifiers who took part in the 1994 BDO World Darts Championship and caused a major shock in the first round, coming from two sets down to beat number one seed Steve Beaton 3-2, hitting checkouts of 161 and 158 in the process, with the 161 being the highest checkout of the tournament. He eventually lost in the second round to Kevin Kenny. He returned to Lakeside seven years later in the 2001 BDO World Darts Championship, but lost in the first round to Peter Hinkley. Gedney also reached the final of the 2000 Swiss Open, with notable wins over Mervyn King, Andy Smith and Ronnie Baxter before losing to Raymond van Barneveld.