Verdensmesterskabet for amatører
(indstiftet 1974) er 5 gange vundet af
englænderen Eric Bristow (f. 1957), i
1977, 1979, 1981, 1983 & 1984.
Verdensmesterskabet for professionelle
(indstiftet 1978) er også gået til Bristow 5
gange, i 1980, 1981, 1984, 1985 & 1986.
Ydermere vandt Bristow World
Cupturneringen i single 4 gange, i 1983,
1985, 1987, & 1989.
Syv har vundet News of the World
mesterskabet 2 gange, senest
englænderen Mike Gregory i 1987 & 1988.
Englænderen John Lowe har vundet alle
fire verdensmesterskabstitler:
Verdensmester i 1976 & 1980.
Professionel verdensmester i 1979 & 1987.
World Cup Single i 1981.
News of the World i 1981.

Scorer på 201 med 4 pile, 301 med 6 pile,
401 med 7 pile og 501 med 9 pile
er set opnået adskillige gange.
Det laveste antal pile for en score på 1001
er 19,præsteret af englænderen Cliff Inglis
(f. 1935) i Devon11. november 1975,
og af hans landsmand Jockey Wilson
i Bletchley 23. marts 1989.
Alan Evans (f. 1949) scorede 2001 med 52
pile i Glamorgan 3. september 1976.
Tony Benson scorede 3001 Points med 73
pile i Manchester 12. juli 1986.
Rekorden for Kvinder er 3001 points med
117 pile, sat af Linda Batten (f. 1954)
i Enfield, London, 2. april 1986.
Alan Downie fra Stornway scorede 100.001
points med 3.732 pile 21. november 1986.

Mænd: 8 dartspillere fra Broken Hill Dart
Club i New South Wales, Australien,
scorede 1.722.249 points i løbet af 24 timer
28.-29. september 1985.
Englænderen Ian Brown opnåede 496.949
points i samme tidsrum 1.-2. juli 1988.
Kvinder: 744.439 points af 8 spillere i
London 13.-14. oktober 1990.
DK: Thomas Petersen, Max Berend, Henrik
Larsen og Thomas Plum spillede dart i 24
timer i Hundige Storcenter 28.-29. juni 1991
og satte ny Danmarksrekord ved i alt
at score 802.855 points.
Rekorden for to personer i samme tidsrum
er 722.330 points for Benny og Henning
von Essen, Sønderborg, der satte
rekorden 5.-6. februar 1988.
DK: Den bedste dansker i 24 timer
individuelt er Tony >>Fnug<< Jensen fra
Skive, der 21.-22. september 1985
scorede 410.143 points.
Bedste kvinde er Birgitte Quist Pedersen,
der scorede 236.000 points I Skive 10.-11.
november 1984.

Scotland's former No. 1 dart player,
Jocky Wilson, tossed a 24-dart 1001 leg
against American Bud Trumbower in
March of 1987 at the Eastgate U.S. Marine
Base in England. His scores were:
Jocky scored a fantastic 600 points in
his first 12 darts and doubled out with
T20-20-D20 to average 41.7 per dart,
start to finish.
On November 11, 1975 at the Broomfield
WMC in Devon, England, international star
Cliff Inglis tossed a magnificent 19-dart
1001 game, smashing all previous records
to date: 160-180-140-180-121-180-40.
Cliff averaged an unbelievable
52.68 points per dart despite getting
lucky with his first dart, hitting a
double 20 instead of the triple.
All-County Welshman Leighton Rees,
on December 18, 1976, finished a game
of 3000 in 141 darts, counting on only the
single and double bulls and closing
with a double bull.
Leighton converted 34 double bulls and
52 bulls while just 55 darts went astray
during this epic leg.
Tony Elleson, at the Now Inn Crumlin
in Gwent, England, scored a perfect
double start/double finish 301 game
in June of 1987.
While not so unusual in his feat perhaps,
but after his first throw he broke a shaft
retrieving his darts and literally had to sit
down for five minutes and dig out the
remains before finishing his game.
Certainly the stoppage of play did not
affect his concentration:
On June 19, 1987 at the Fishing Boat Inn
in Northumberland, shooter Tab Hunter
(no, not the movie star!) recorded
a brilliant 23 dart 1001 leg:
He averaged a fine 43.5 points per dart,
ending the final 76 in two.
In May of 1987, Duncan Swift, playing
out of the Felixstowe Dock Sports and
Social Club, Surrey, scored 493,470 points
to capture the 24 hour solo record
in May of 1987.
While shooting and retrieving the darts
himself, Duncan hit an incredible
123 180s, 643 140s and used a total of
18,369 darts for a fabulous 26.86 points
per dart average.
In April of 1988, Stephen Wagg set the
12 hour solo record for scoring double
and single bulls at the Thorncliff Cricket
and Social Club in Sheffield, England.
Stephen registered 961 double bulls and
3,335 single bulls for a score of 131,425.
He tossed a grand total of 9,714 darts
for a 13.52 per dart average.
An eight-hour record for scoring bulls and
double bulls was set by Birmingham
players George Perry and Tony Hodgkiss
at The Seventh Trap Public House
in December of 1987.
The two, averaging 16.19 per dart,
hit 1,406 double bulls and 4,247 single
bulls for a total of 176,475 points, breaking
the old record of 1,048 double bulls
and 3,308 single bulls.
In June of 1978, All-World John Lowe
captured a 1001 leg in 22 darts:
John averaged 137 per throw or a
grand 45.6 per dart enroute to this
memorable game.
Pat Irwin of the Mitre hotel, playing in a
double start/double finish 501 match, hit
a 170 in (DB-60-60) and a 170 out
(60-60-DB) in the same leg, in April of 1987.
In a special pairs 3001 challenge match
against Steve Brown and Gene Raymond,
London county leaguers Reg Harding
and Dave Lee slugged an 86 darter
, just 11 darts short of the world record:
41- 35- 140- 125- 85- 85- 140- 180- 180- 80-
100- 100- 100- 100- 180- 55- 100- 100- 140-
140- 100- 100- 100- 100- 45- 82- 96- 32.
The pair hit 3 maximums enroute to
a 34.8 per dart average over the
course of the challenge.
Probably the most notable individual
effort occurred on October 13, 1984 in
the quarter-finals of the MFI World
Matchplay Championships.
The match featured British stars John
Lowe and Keith Deller with Lowe hitting
the first televised nine-dart perfect 501
game in the history of the sport.
For the record he went:
180-180-141 (T17, T18, D18) and collected
(eventually) a cheque for 102,000 pounds
for his efforts. (Ironically, due to complex
tax laws, Lowe could not pocket a penny
from the jackpot until two years later,
as the currency sat in a British bank
waiting for final approval.)
In September, 1989 Vic Cutts and
Pete Hotchkins playing at the
Eagle Nechells, Birmingham, England,
totaled 460,740 points setting a
24-hour two-man record.
The truly amazing fact of their feat is that
they accomplished it on the more difficult
Champion's Choice dartboard.
During an exhibition at the Bell, Cox Heath,
in Maidstone, Kent, England in
July of 1989, Alan Glazier, one of the
most colourful of professionals, put on
a brilliant display of darts.
He won all 13 matches highlighting
the occasion with a magnificent
21-dart 1001 leg - missing the
world record by three darts.
His scores were:
The 161 out is achieved by hitting
a T20, T17 and D-Bull.
That's a per-dart-average of
47.67 -start to finish.
Earlier that year he hit a 22-dart 1001 leg
at an exhibition at St. Joseph's Club,
in Chorley, Lancashire.
The "Ton Machine" averaged 45.5 per dart
scoring an 81-140-180-100-140-140-180-40.
While qualifying for the Winmau World
Masters in November, 1989, Norfolk County
player Martin Golder, tossed a very
notable 39.12 per dart average in four legs.
He threw two 14-darters, a 12-darter and
capped it off with an 11 dart game where
he tossed a 41-180-180-100.
In November of 1989, Tony Jones
recorded 28 perfect 180 scores in just one
hour and 25 minutes for a charity event
in Manchester, England.
During a 24-hour period in August 26-27,
1988, Paul Finch, Graham Prior and Nick
Steggell scored 2,093 double bulls
and 7,861 single bulls at the Eight Bells
in Ewell, Surrey, England.
In 1986, Allen Chaperlin and Ian Melton
played 1,265 full games of 501 in
182 hours and one minute at the
Eagle Tavern, Oxford, England.
That's one game every 8.6 minutes and the
feat took over 7-1/2 days to complete.
Ya gotta love it.
On March 28-29, 1986, Graham Innis,
Graham Miller, Graham Parker, and
Richie Davis scored 1,003,769 points in
24 hours at the Maxilla Club in
London, England.
During that period they hit
152 perfect 180s.
An impressive 7-man superstar lineup
consisting of Bob Anderson, Eric Bristow,
John Lowe, Chris Johns, Martin Phillips,
Alan Warriner, and Ritchie Gardner
established a 15-minute fast-scoring mark
of 8,806 points in a charity throw at the
1988 British Professional Championships.
On this side of the Atlantic but across the
continent, Craig Ishigo of Gardinia,
Calif. tossed a perfect cricket leg without
even realizing it. In his first shot he threw
a T20, T19 and T18, followed by a
T17, T16 and T15.
He capped it off with a bull and doublebull.
Afterwards, when his feat had been
pointed out to him, he said he thought the
game had gone unusually fast but
hadn't really thought about it.
Big Cliff Lazarenko fired his first 9-dart
perfect 501 game at an exhibition at the
Aberlynon Leisure Centre.
Using 25-gram titanium tungsten darts, he
threw two 180s and a T20, T19, D12 for the
141 out in the last match of the night.

Paul Lim of San Bernadino, Calif. threw a
perfect 9-dart 501 leg at the 1990 Embassy
World Championships.
Because he did it before the TV cameras
he received L52,000 ($88,000 US) for
his remarkable achievement.
In the most perfect of perfect 501
games, Roy Blowies, playing at the
Widgeon's Pub in Calgary in late 1989
achieved his 9-darter by doubling in
on the bullseye first.
He scored 161(DB-T20-T17),
180, 160(T20-T20-D20).
In some very friendly games, a player is
allowed to "double out" by throwing a dart
into the space between the two wires
comprising the numeral "11".
Also known as "Splitting the eleven's" this
is used to double out on a score of 1.
In tournament play: