Steve Brown probably is known to a lot of dartplayers and dartfans as he's involved in darts for years.
He played darts in England and today helives and still plays darts in America
He played in the BDO and he played in the PDC, today he plays in the ADO and the WDF and is by now under the officials of the American Darts Organisation - and now he even writes his own blog!!!
As he lives in America he of course will tell us a lot of things about the American dartscene and from time to time IŽll not post here all the American details - those who are interested in them can find the complete blog on the ADO homepage.
One of the intentions of the dart site is to help that people get a better view on the dartscenes all over the world and not only know what is going on in their own country. A person with such a knowledge and such an experience in darts for me looked like the ideal addition to the site and I am very grateful he allowed me to publish his Blog here.
And now he introduces himself!!
I'm Steve Brown, and welcome to my blog. Unfortunately, we couldn't really come up with a better name for it, but hopefully, the content
here will provide more excitement. Basically, I will be covering all aspects of the sport of darts on here, and although you won't be
able to post directly on the page, please feel free to drop me an email with any questions or suggestions.
Before I start here, I'll tell you a bit about myself; those who know me needn't panic, as I'll try to keep it brief!
I have been playing darts for 38 years, the last 20 as a full-time professional. My dad, Ken, was one of the first professionals back in the 1970's, and as a result, I was fortunate enough to be involved in the real growth of darts which coincided with the birth of the British Darts Organisation (BDO). Other than than a handful of legendary old-timers like Jim Pike and Leo Newstead (I did get to meet Joe Hitchcock once), I have seen pretty much everyone and everything!
I have also been heavily involved in darts administration and behind-the-scenes work, culminating in my current position as Area 6 Manager for the ADO. Enough about me, so let's get started...