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  Wednesday, 9 January, 2002, 13:09 GMT
World Darts highlights 2002
John Part, Ray Stubbs and Bobby George
The Beeb's extensive television, radio and internet coverage offers all the best action from the Lakeside Country Club in Frimley Green, Surrey.

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Ray Stubbs presents the big event with the help of darts legend and two-times finalist Bobby "Dazzler" George and BBC Sport's Mark Pougatch all through the week on BBC1 and BBC2.

John Walton defeated Ted Hankey 6-2 in last years final
John 'Boy' Walton last years unlikely victor
1994 champion John Part joins BBC stalwart Tony Green in the commentary box.

Find out all you need to know about the Championship, plus all the latest action here on the special In Depth section at BBC Sport Online.

If you cannot get near a television but are itching to see the darts stars take to the oche, just click onto this site and watch the BBC Television coverage broadcast live on the internet.

So, with round-the-clock coverage on television, radio and internet, there is no excuse for missing a thing.

And if you did then keep up with all the action from Lakeside with highlights from previous days.


SATURDAY 5 JANUARY

Ray Stubbs introduces highlights of the first days play, including Wayne Mardle's demolition of perennial qualifier Davy Richardson and Belgian Clarys against Andree Welge from Germany.

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SUNDAY 6 JANUARY

Round one continued with former champion Ted 'The Count' Hankey coming through a difficult tie against Finland's Jarko Kormula and a rather despondent Wayne Jones unhappy with his victory over Tony Eccles.

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MONDAY 7 JANUARY

The first round finished with a thriller for Australian Tony David, he came through against Ritcie Davies in a match with a score which belies its closeness.

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TUESDAY 8 JANUARY

The second round came alive with defending champion and world number one, John Walton crashing out to local boy Colin Monk.

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WEDNESDAY 9 JANUARY

The quater final line up is completed. Featuring an amazing comeback by Wayne Jones as he beat Ted "The Count" Hankey 3-2 after losing the first to set without winning a leg.

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THURSDAY 10 JANUARY

The first night of quarter-final action saw Mervyn King defeat bookie's favourite Raymond Barneveld and Colin Monk overcome Wayne 'Hawaii 501' Mardle despite losing 12 consecutive legs when Mardle levelled the match at 4-4.

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FRIDAY 11 JANUARY

Second seed Martin Adams eased into the semis after a convincing 5-1 win over Wayne Jones - in the other quarter-final Aussie Tony David performed the comeback of the championships with an epic 5-4 victory over Bob Taylor.

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SATURDAY 12 JANUARY

Number four seed Mervyn King reached his first Embassy final after a convincing 5-1 victory over local favourite Colin Monk.

Tony David kept his cool and continued with his fairytale championship when he became the first Australian to reach a World Darts final after an epic, nail biter of a contest against second seed Martin Adams.

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SUNDAY 13 JANUARY

1800-2010 GMT BBC2
Ray Stubbs introduces live coverage of the 25th Embassy World Championship final with a 48,000 prize up for grabs.

Last year, John "Boy" Walton came from nowhere to take the top prize, but who will be making the headlines this year?

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