The Rob Cross story is something to behold: a player who has shown remarkable poise and sensational ability in his debut year. Paul Prenderville found a man, 12 hours after becoming world champion, who insists he is only just getting started.
Wayne Mardle pays tribute to Phil 'The Power' Taylor, whose legendary career ended by losing the World Championship final to Rob Cross.
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Phil Taylor has been the powerful force as well as the immovable object when it comes to planet darts. Now with his final World Championship at an emotional end, Sky Sports' Raz Mirza has delved into the archives to relive his remarkable achievements.
A look back at 25 years of Phil Taylor at the World Darts Championship where he has won an unprecedented 16 titles. It's over and out from The Power!
Phil Taylor hailed a "brilliant" Rob Cross after losing 7-2 to the former electrician in his last competitive appearance in the final of the 2018 World Darts Championship.
Debutant Rob Cross stunned 16-time world champion Phil Taylor in the World Championship final on Monday and then paid tribute to the retiring 57-year-old after his win.
Rob Cross ended Phil Taylor's hopes of a fairy-tale finish to his legendary career, beating the 16-time champion to win the World Darts Championship in his first year as a professional.
Phil Taylor made his final walk-on before his World Championship final against Rob Cross. Darts' greatest-ever player will retire from the sport.
It's a story that has captured the imagination as darts sits front and centre on the national stage at this time of year, but the rise of Rob Cross through the darting ranks has been brewing all year, writes Paul Prenderville.
Phil Taylor will take to the darting stage for the final time of his career saying the 17th World Championship title of his career would be his greatest memory.
A sensational 2018 World Darts Championship will get a fairytale finish one way or the other as the legendary figure of Phil Taylor takes on debutant Rob Cross.
Michael van Gerwen admitted he felt "sick" after he missed six match darts in a thrilling World Championship semi-final defeat to Rob Cross at Alexandra Palace.
Debutant Rob Cross ended Michael van Gerwen's reign as World Darts Champion with a dramatic and thrilling sudden-death leg victory in the semi-finals.
Rob Cross produced the performance of his life to beat world no 1 and defending champion Michael van Gerwen in a World Championship semi-final, final leg shoot-out.
Newly crowned world champion Rob Cross will feature as one of four debutants in the 10-man line-up for this year's Premier League Darts.
Phil Taylor fell one dart short of landing a sensational nine-dart finish in his final ever appearance at the World Darts Championship.
Phil Taylor is one win away from a 17th world title after beating Jamie Lewis to reach the World Championship final on New Year's Day at Alexandra Palace.