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Youth Darts is a great way for young people to get into darts, have fun, and learn how to play the sport. The youth meet every Saturday morning. We can accomodate as many youth as want to show up to play. Also, by being a member of the MDAI Youth, you have the opportunity to play in the Provincials and the Nationals.
For more information contact Doug Dion at 204-793-3516
Adult ProvincialsApril 10-12
Manitoba OpenMay 22-24
May 22-24, 2015
Blind Draw Doubles
Men's and Ladies Singles
"170 finish" accumulator pot starting at $264 plus 100% participation fees
2015 Manitoba Provincial Team
Kim Clawson was awarded a Lifetime Membership to the NDFC in recognition of her significant contribution to the sport of darts both at the provincial and national levels.
World Dart Record Set by Manitoba Player Cory Tkach
According to the Guinness Book of World Records the world record for bulls scored by one player in one minute is 7. Rory Orvis managed to throw a total of 16 bulls in one minute at the 2012 Manitoba Open. However, in July 2012, a British dart player broke the record by throwing 21 bulls in one minute. Then Cory Tkach broke that record at the 2012 Lac du Bonnet Open by throwing 23 bulls in one minute!! It's an impressive record that will probably stand for a while.
World Dart Record By Two Manitoba Players Most Bullseyes by Two Dart Players in Two Minutes
According to the 2006 Guinness Book of World Records the world record for bulls scored by two players in two minutes is 21. Stan Milosevic and Larry Caruk (both MDAI members), in 2010, managed to break the record by throwing 22 bulls in two minutes. Then at the 2011 Winnipeg Open Rory Orvis and Edward Kapaw-an (both MDAI members) broke the record by throwing 25 bulls. Then a few days later two darts players from Hull, Quebec - Christopher Case and Nick Raizenne - smashed the record with 38 bulls. That record stood for a couple of months until Edward and Rory, at the 2012 Memorial, did it again and reclaimed the record with an astonishing 40 bullseyes. But the two Quebec players came back in May 2012 with a record of 41 bullseyes. Then, just a couple of weeks later Cory Tkach and Rory Orvis broke the record again with an astonishing 43 bulls. See the video below.
The M.D.A.I. is always trying to improve and grow the sport of darts in Manitoba. The best way we can do this is with input from the members. We all have ideas about what we would like to see happening with our tournaments, the zones, youth darts, provincials, rankings, the web site, etc. If you'll just take a moment to send us your ideas in the box below it will go a long way in helping us make the Association something everyone will proud to be part of. You don't have to let us know who you are if you don't want to and your ideas will be brought up at the next board meeting and discussed. If you would like an immediate answer to your question or feedback on your idea please provide us an email address for we can get back to you. While you can always make your voice heard by talking to us at the tournaments, the leagues, or a phone call this is a way to let us know what you're thinking right now. So take a moment and let us know your thoughts about darts in Manitoba.