Estonia Open

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Estonia Open
Tournament information
VenueRadisson Blu Hotel Olümpia
LocationTallinn
CountryEstonia, Estonia
Established2007
Organisation(s)EDL
BDO, category D
WDF category 3
FormatLegs
Prize fund€2,530
Month(s) PlayedApril
Current champion(s)
England John Scott (men's)
Finland Kaisu Rekinen (women's)

The Estonia Open is a darts tournament that has been held since 2007.[1]

List of winners[edit]

Men's[edit]

Year Champion (average in final) Score Runner-up (average in final) Total
prize money
Champion Runner-up
2004 Estonia Tiit Haidak bt. Finland Seppo Kirjavainen
2005 6–2 Latvia Aigars Strēlis
2006 Latvia Juris Aleksāns bt. Latvia Aigars Strēlis
2007 Lithuania Tomas Sakys Lithuania Arvydas Kvedaras
2008 Lithuania Tomas Sakys (72.84) 5–1 Netherlands Ian Hoeve (68.45)
2009 Lithuania Arūnas Čiplys (79.62) 5–1 Finland Matti Hatinen (79.05) €1,000 €400 €200
2010 Finland Vesa Nuutinen 5–1 Finland Veijo Viinikka €3,200 €1,500 €700
2011 Sweden Johan Engstrom 5–2 Lithuania Arūnas Čiplys €3,200 €1,500 €700
2012 Lithuania Darius Labanauskas 5–3 Finland Ali Roberts €2,200 €1,000 €500
2013 Lithuania Darius Labanauskas Latvia Madars Razma €2,200 €1,000 €500
2014 Belgium Geert De Vos Lithuania Darius Labanauskas €2,200 €1,000 €500
2015 Lithuania Darius Labanauskas Latvia Madars Razma €2,200 €1,000 €500
2016 Sweden Peter Sajwani 5–2 Norway Robert Wagner €2,200 €1,000 €500
2017 Sweden Peter Sajwani 5–4 Lithuania Darius Labanauskas
2018 Russia Aleksandr Oreshkin 5–3 Australia Neil Hembrow
2019 England John Scott 5–2 Sweden Tobias Lundblad €1,930 €700 €350

Women's[edit]

Year Champion (average in final) Score Runner-up (average in final) Total
prize money
Champion Runner-up
2004 Estonia Triin Timmermann bt. Finland Pirjo Ruotsalainen
2005 [[ ]] bt. Estonia Reili Roodla
2006 Lithuania Rytė Banaitienė bt. Estonia Reili Roodla
2007 Latvia Zeltīte Putniņa bt. Lithuania Irena Čiplienė
2008 Latvia Natālija Zelenika bt. Latvia Zeltīte Putniņa
2009 Finland Maret Liiri 4–2 Latvia Ieva Brikmane-Buklovska
2010 Finland Tarja Salminen 4–0 Latvia Vita Grebska
2011 Finland Kirsi Viinikainen 4–1 Finland Maret Liiri
2012 Germany Irina Armstrong 4–1 Finland Maret Liiri
2013 Germany Irina Armstrong bt. Finland Kirsi Viinikainen
2014 Finland Kirsi Viinikainen 4–2 Finland Kaisu Rekinen
2015 Finland Maret Liiri 4–2 Finland Kirsi Viinikainen
2016 Finland Kaisu Rekinen 4–1 Sweden Linda Nilsson
2017 Finland Kaisu Rekinen 4–2 Sweden Heléne Sundelin
2018 Russia Olga Abramova 4–1 Finland Kaisu Rekinen
2019 Finland Kaisu Rekinen 4–0 Finland Marika Juhola €600 €240 €120

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