2001 BDO World Darts Championship

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Embassy World Darts Championship
Tournament information
Dates 6–14 January 2001
Venue Lakeside Country Club
Location Frimley Green, Surrey
Country England, United Kingdom
Organisation(s) BDO
Format Sets
Finals:
best of 11 (men's)
Prize fund £189,000
Winners share £46,000
High checkout 167 England Steve Coote
Champion(s)
England John Walton
«2000 2002»

The 2001 Embassy World Professional Darts Championships were held from 6–14 January 2001 at the Lakeside Country Club in Frimley Green, Surrey. Ted Hankey the number 7 seed was the defending champion. He was the eventual runner-up, losing 6–2 in a one-sided final to John Walton.

Seeds[edit]

Men

  1. England Mervyn King
  2. Netherlands Raymond van Barneveld
  3. England Andy Fordham
  4. England Ronnie Baxter
  5. Netherlands Co Stompé
  6. England Kevin Painter
  7. England Ted Hankey
  8. England Colin Monk

Prize money[edit]

The prize money was £189,400 for the men's event.

Men's Champion: £48,000
Runner-Up: £24,000
Semi-Finalists (2): £10,500
Quarter-Finalists (4): £5,500
Last 16 (8): £4,000
Last 32 (16): £2,650

There was also a shared 9 Dart Checkout prize of £52,000, along with a High Checkout prize of £2,000 per event.

The Results[edit]

Men[edit]

First Round (best of 5 sets) Second Round (best of 5 sets) Quarter-Finals (best of 9 sets) Semi-Finals (best of 9 sets) Final (best of 11 sets)
                             
1 England Mervyn King (93.21) 3
England Chris Mason (92.76) 2
1 England Mervyn King (97.02) 0
England John Walton (98.85) 3
  England John Walton (100.62) 3
Wales Ritchie Davies (93.54) 1
  England John Walton (93.90) 5
Finland Marko Pusa (83.82) 0
8 England Colin Monk (91.02) 2
Finland Marko Pusa (89.34) 3
  Finland Marko Pusa (101.40) 3
England Jez Porter (96.33) 1
  England Jez Porter (88.71) 3
England Davy Richardson (88.20) 2
  England John Walton (97.95) 5
England Wayne Mardle (93.27) 3
5 Netherlands Co Stompé (94.20) 3
England Andy Smith (83.55) 2
5 Netherlands Co Stompé (87.78) 0
England Wayne Mardle (94.05) 3
  England Wayne Mardle (94.32) 3
England Steve Coote (86.13) 2
England Wayne Mardle (90.24) 5
4 England Ronnie Baxter (93.66) 3
4 England Ronnie Baxter (98.31) 3
Northern Ireland Mitchell Crooks (91.26) 1
4 England Ronnie Baxter (90.24) 3
England Martin Adams (91.83) 1
  England Martin Adams (87.12) 3
Belgium Eric Clarys (79.20) 1
England John Walton (95.55) 6
7 England Ted Hankey (94.86) 2
2 Netherlands Raymond van Barneveld (92.94) 3
England Gary Robson (88.92) 1
2 Netherlands Raymond van Barneveld (91.53) 3
England Steve Beaton (92.58) 2
  England Steve Beaton (87.18) 3
England Bob Aldous (87.00) 0
2 Netherlands Raymond van Barneveld (94.50) 4
7 England Ted Hankey (95.40) 5
7 England Ted Hankey (94.02) 3
England Shaun Greatbatch (88.56) 0
7 England Ted Hankey (97.44) 3
Australia Peter Hinkley (92.28) 0
  Australia Peter Hinkley (86.85) 3
England Nick Gedney (88.89) 1
7 England Ted Hankey (99.30) 5
3 England Andy Fordham (90.75) 2
6 England Kevin Painter (94.71) 3
England Andy Jenkins (84.90) 0
6 England Kevin Painter (96.06) 3
England Matt Clark (93.06) 1
  England Matt Clark (95.88) 3
Wales Steve Alker (87.54) 0
6 England Kevin Painter (93.24) 2
3 England Andy Fordham (92.79) 5
3 England Andy Fordham (91.95) 3
Australia Tony David (90.87) 0
3 England Andy Fordham (90.75) 3
England Wayne Jones (88.35) 0
  England Wayne Jones (92.61) 3
Scotland Bob Taylor (83.13) 0
Embassy World Darts Championship
Tournament information
Dates 6–14 January 2001
Venue Lakeside Country Club
Location Frimley Green, Surrey
Country England, United Kingdom
Organisation(s) BDO
Format Sets
Finals:
best of 3 (women's)
Prize fund £8,000
Winners share £4,000
Champion(s)
England Trina Gulliver
«2000 2002»

World Women's Darts championships[edit]

In 2001, the first ever World Women's Darts championships were held at the Lakeside. In that event, matches were played as the best of three sets, best of five legs per set. Trina Gulliver became the first champion.

Seeds[edit]

Women

  1. England Trina Gulliver
  2. Netherlands Francis Hoenselaar

Prize money[edit]

The prize money was £8,000 for the women's event.

Women's Champion: £4,000
Runner-Up: £2,000
Semi-Finalists (2): £1,000

The Results[edit]

Women[edit]

Women's bracket[1]

Semi-Finals Final
           
1 England Trina Gulliver (94.92) 2
England Crissy Manley (81.84) 0
1 England Trina Gulliver (83.97) 2
England Mandy Solomons (79.11) 1
2 Netherlands Francis Hoenselaar (68.49) 1
England Mandy Solomons (71.67) 2

References[edit]

  1. ^ dartsdatabase.co.uk; women's tournament