The ten-times world darts champion, the king of the oche, and a legend in the game. Largely responsible for taking darts into the 21st century, eschewing drink and advocating fitness to improve performance, Taylor covers around 500,000 miles a year competing across Britain, and in countries as far apart as the USA and China.
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Phil Taylor was born in Stoke-on-Trent in August 1960. He won his first world darts title in 1990, and has since amassed a further nine world championships and many other major titles around the globe. He is married with four children, and was awarded an MBE in 2001. Sid Waddell is the voice of darts. Born in Northumberland in 1940, he was educated at Cambridge University. Since then he has worked as a TV producer and director for Granada, and as a darts commentator for the BBC, and more recently, Sky Sports. Voted Sports Commentator of the Year in 2002, he lives with his wife and family in Pudsey, W Yorks. He has co-authored books with Jocky Wilson and John Lowe.Review:
'If the Normans had been greeted by The Power at Hastings, they would have turned around and gone home' Sid Waddell
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