Who won the 2003 World Cup?

PDC Darts WM 2003 - the world championship

The 2003 Darts World Championship was the tenth of the Professional Darts Corporation. It took place from December 27, 2002 to January 4, 2003 in the Circus Tavern, Purfleet. With a betting company a new sponsor could be won, so the Darts WM 2003 was called Ladbrokes.com World Darts Championship.

The field of participants was expanded for the first time since 1999. A preliminary round increased the number of players from 32 to 40. John Part beat defending champion Phil Taylor in the final, stopping his series of eight consecutive world titles and 44 consecutive victories at this venue. It was Part's second world championship title, as he was able to put on the BDO world championship crown back in 1994.

Prize money of the PDC Darts World Championship 2003

winner50.000 £
finalist25.000 £
Semi-finalist12.500 £
Quarter finalist7.000 £
2nd round4.000 £
1 round2.500 £
total200.000 £
9-darter (not scored)A diamond, worth a six-figure sum, carved into the BullsEye of a world championship dartboard


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John Part
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7:6Phil Taylor
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