| The Silver Surfer|
| 28 June 1965 (age 50)
Isle of Wight, England (1965-06-28) |
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Sean Reed Wikipedia
Sean Reed (born 28 June 1965) is an English-born Australian darts player.
Reed qualified for the 2012 PDC World Darts Championship as the winner of the Australian Grand Prix series. In the first round, he played against Justin Pipe. Despite winning the first set, Reed lost the match 1-3.2012 1st Round (lost to Justin Pipe 1-3)
Reed started playing darts at the age of 29. At the time, he was living in Japan, where he was working as an English language teacher.During his time in Japan Sean won more than 60 state and national titles including 4 Grand Master Titles in 98',99,02',03'.In 2004 Sean started playing soft-tip darts.He had moderate success picking up 16 titles over a 3-year period.In 2007 he set an unofficial world record of more than 28000 points scored in just 1 hour retrieving his own darts and operating the setting of the darts machine.In darting circles he known as the creator of Target Darting a new hybrid form of the sport utilizing a target rather than a board. In 2014 he became a co-founder and CEO of the International Target Darting Organization ( I.T.D.O).