WDF World Cup
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|WDF World Cup|
|Location||St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador|
| England (overall)
England (men's team)
Scott Waites (men's singles)
M. Adams & T. O'Shea (pairs)
Trina Gulliver (women's singles)
Jimmy Hendriks (youth men's singles)
Fallon Sherrock (youth women's singles)
J. Jones & F. Sherrock (mixed pairs)
The WDF World Cup is a darts tournament organized by the World Darts Federation and is held biennially since 1977. The tournament consists of a team championship, a pairs championship and a singles championship. All events have a men's competition, a women's competition (since 1983) and a youth competition (since 1999).
The WDF is a full member of SportAccord, the official governing body of international sporting federations, and is therefore allowed to run its own official world championship. The country achieving the highest aggregate number of points from the three events shall be declared official world champion of darts. Winners of the singles, couples and team events shall also be declared official darts world champions.