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Saturday, 26 January, 2008, 19:15 GMT
David the Goliath
Tony David beat far more than his opponents on his way to becoming the new BDO world darts champion.
Dreamer David deserves his win
Bobby George reviews the Embassy World Darts Championship which culminated in a sensational win for Aussie Tony David.
Champ fulfils lifetime ambition
Outsider Tony David receives a champion's reception after beating Mervyn King in the final of the Embassy World Championships.
David claims world darts crown
Tony David becomes the first Australian to win the Embassy World title with a 6-4 victory over Mervyn King.
World darts: Set-by-set coverage
All the action as Australia's Tony David beats Mervyn King of England in the final of the Embassy World Darts Championship.
Your verdict on the World Darts final
Tony David becomes the first Australian to win the Embassy World Darts title with a thrilling 6-4 victory over England's Mervyn King.
World Darts highlights 2002
If you missed the action then BBC Sport Online has all the highlights from the Embassy World Darts Championship.
Embassy World Darts results
All the results from the 2002 Championship, plus record prize money details.
David squeezes past Adams
Australian Tony David beat England's Martin Adams in a tie-break for a place in the Embassy World Darts final.
King makes Embassy final
Mervyn King reaches the final of the Embassy World Darts Championship with a 5-1 win over Colin Monk.
Adams sweeps into semis
Martin Adams ends the hopes of giantkiller Wayne Jones to move into the last four of the Embassy World Darts Championship.
King edges out Barneveld
Mervyn King wins a close encounter with Raymond Barneveld to reach the Embassy World Darts Championship semi-finals.
Hankey counted out by Jones
Former champion Ted Hankey and third seed Marko Pusa crash out of the World Darts, but Martin Adams and Bob Taylor go through.
Walton crashes out of Embassy
Colin Monk beats top seed and reigning champion John 'Boy' Walton at the Embassy World Darts championship.
Pusa safely through
Third seed Marko Pusa of Finland completes the second round line-up at the Embassy World Darts Championship.
Hankey survives despite scare
Ted Hankey reaches the second round of the Embassy Darts tournament with a 3-2 win over Jarkko Komula.
King hobbles through
Mervyn King plays through pain to beat Russell Stewart 3-1 in the first round of the Embassy Darts Championship.
Barneveld beats George
Raymond Barneveld ends Bobby George's bid to become the oldest Embassy World Championship winner with a 3-1 win.
Walton opens defence with win
John "Boy" Walton dominates his first-round match at the Embassy World Championship against an out-of-sorts Andy Fordham.
Taylor takes aim at immortality
Phil 'The Power' Taylor tells BBC Sport Online that he wants an incredible 15 World Darts Championships.
Power surges to 10th title
Phil "The Power" Taylor beats Peter Manley 7-0 and clinches his 10th world darts championship.
Dutch to stage new tournament
Holland to host World Trophy in September, featuring the top 28 darts players.
Silver jubilee for the Embassy
The Embassy World Championship is in its 25th year, with the 2002 event promising to be bigger and better than ever.
Invasion of the foreign legion
The growing challenge from overseas means the Embassy world title is no longer the exclusive property of the home nations.
Happy memories for Welsh wizard
Leighton Rees' victory in the first Embassy World Championship 25 years ago changed the Welshman's life.
Hope springs eternal in Frimley Green
For many players, the Embassy World Championship is the highlight of the year - despite their continual lack of success at the event.
The biggest man in darts
Sport Online speaks to Martin Fitzmaurice, the referee at Frimley Green who knows he is, quite literally, the largest man in the sport.
History of Embassy Darts
The Embassy World Darts Championship has been running for over 20 years, graced by the likes of Bristow, Lowe, Wilson and Taylor.
The great darts divide
Ever wondered why there are two World Championships in darts? BBC Sport Online takes a look behind the scenes.
Players check out rival organisation
Six darts players eligible for the Embassy World Championship have opted to play in a rival event instead.
All in the name of darts
Do you know your Vikings from your Counts? BBC Sport Online looks at the nicknames for the colourful characters in the darts world.
Did you know...?
BBC Sport Online unearths some fascinating facts from the Embassy World Championship's 25-year history.
Top eight seeds
Defending champion John Walton is the top seed at the Embassy World Championship.
Women take centre stage
After the success of last year's inaugural world championship, women are back at the oche in Frimley Green.
King blames air conditioning
Mervyn King says air conditioning blew his darts off course during his Embassy World semi-final defeat.
Your verdict on David's World Darts victory
'The Dazzler' answers your darts questions
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