| || 2010-2014|
1990-1994 2001, 2003
| July 19, 1957 (age 58)
Denmark (1957-07-19) |
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Last 32: 1990, 1992
Last 16: 1990, 1993
Jann Hoffmann Wikipedia
Jann Hoffmann (born 19 July 1957) is a Danish darts player who competed in the British Darts Organisation.
He played at the BDO World Darts Championship four times. In 1990, he caused a major shock, beating former world champion Bob Anderson in the first round. He eventually lost to Cliff Lazarenko in the second round. He repeated this performance in 1993, beating Bernd Hebecker in the first round but lost to 1992 runner-up Mike Gregory. He also played in the Winmau World Masters twice, in 1990 and 1992, losing in the first round on both occasions. Hoffmann also made the final of the 1991 Dutch Open, the 1993 Swedish Open and the Finnish Open final three times.
After the 1994 Danish Open, Hoffman stopped playing and seemingly retired from the sport. However in 2006, Hoffmann returned to the oche at the Players Championship in the Netherlands, operated by the Professional Darts Corporation. Hoffmann also signed up to the PDPA.
He represented Denmark with Per Laursen in the 2012 PDC World Cup of Darts and together they were beaten 1–3 by Northern Ireland in the second round, having defeated Gibraltar in round 1. He partnered Laursen once again in the 2013 World Cup of Darts and despite beating South Africa 5–4 in their first match, they finished bottom of Group B on leg difference following a 0–5 loss to the Republic of Ireland.1990: 2nd Round (lost to Cliff Lazarenko 0–3)
1992: 1st Round (lost to Eric Bristow 0–3)
1993: 2nd Round (lost to Mike Gregory 1–3)
1994: 1st Round (lost to Colin Monk 0–3)