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Justin van Tergouw

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Justin van Tergouw
Van Tergouw in 2019
Personal information
Full nameJustin Jeremy van Tergouw
Born (2000-04-20) 20 April 2000 (age 24)
Utrecht, Netherlands
Home townUtrecht
Darts information
Playing darts since2010
Darts26 Gram Bulls Signature
Walk-on musicAmigo by Chef'Special
Organisation (see split in darts)
BDO2015–2017, 2018
PDC2017, 2019-
Other tournament wins
BDO World Youth Championship 2017, 2018
WDF World Youth Cup 2017
WDF Europe Youth Cup[1] 2016
BDO World Youth Masters 2015, 2016
Zuiderduin Youth Masters 2015, 2016
Belgium Masters 2018

Justin Jeremy van Tergouw (born 20 April 2000 in Utrecht, Netherlands[2]) is a Dutch darts player. He won the 2017 BDO World Youth Darts Championship and 2018 BDO World Youth Darts Championship.


Youth career[edit]

In 2015, van Tergouw won the World Youth Masters, beating Joshua Richardson of England in the Final. In 2016 he won WDF Europe Youth Cup and won the World Youth Masters for the second year in a row. Justin also qualified for the 2016 PDC World Youth Championship through an international qualifier. He lost his tooth the First round from Dean Reynolds. In 2017 he won the BDO World Youth Darts Championship beating Nathan Girvan of Scotland in the Final at the Lakeside Country Club in Frimley Green. Later that year he played in the 2017 PDC World Youth Championship where he went through to the Third round before losing from Josh Payne. In 2018 Justin qualified for the 2018 BDO World Youth Darts Championship Final where he beat Killian Heffernan of Ireland.[citation needed]

On 5 August 2018 Van Tergouw picked up his first Senior title by winning the Belgium Masters by beating Current British Darts Organisation World Champion Glen Durrant by 2 sets to 1.[citation needed]

World Championship Performances[edit]




  1. ^ "Stats Justin van Tergouw". Darts Database. Retrieved 19 December 2017.
  2. ^ "Justinvantergouw.nl".

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