16 Facts About Jamie Caven


Jamie Robert Caven was born on 10 March 1976 and is an English former professional darts player who plays in British Darts Organisation events.


Jamie Caven has won seven events on the PDC Pro Tour, including two in the same weekend in May 2013.


At the age of 17, Jamie Caven won the World Youth Masters.


Jamie Caven won his first PDC title, by edging Alan Tabern in a final leg decider to win the UK Open Welsh Regional in Newport in May 2009.


However, Jamie Caven then lost six legs in a row to exit the tournament.


Jamie Caven was knocked out of the first round in the World Matchplay and World Grand Prix and the second round of the European Championship.


Jamie Caven won a place in the Grand Slam of Darts through the qualifier but lost each of his group games to finish bottom of the table.


Jamie Caven exited in the first round of the other two majors he reached in 2015.


Jamie Caven did not drop a set against Rob Szabo and Ricky Evans to reach the third round of the World Championship for the first time in his ninth appearance in the event.


Jamie Caven had first round exits at the World Grand Prix, European Championship and Players Championship Finals.


Jamie Caven entered the 2017 World Championship on a run of eight successive losses in all events.


Jamie Caven failed to qualify for the 2018 World Championship for the first time in 10 years.


Jamie Caven st failed to qualify for the 2019 World Championship he announced that in January he would be heading to Q-School in an attempt to regain his PDC Tour Card.


Jamie Caven failed to regain his tour card and as a result has started playing in Challenge Tour events.


Jamie Caven played in the 2019 Slovak Darts Open and Masters where he did not enjoy the success he had seen in Scotland but managed to pick up more ranking points.


Later Jamie Caven played in the 3-day Isle of Man Darts Classic where he reached the last 64 in the Open and the last 32 in the Masters.