Aaron Bower, a freelance sports journalist and author from the United Kingdom, has written about the ever-growing sport of darts for several years. As well as that, he spent his youth playing darts from a young age, traveling the UK playing in tournaments against high-profile players.
Aaron has participated in youth tournaments since the age of 13, being directly involved with the huge growth of darts in recent years. Now in his mid-twenties, he still plays as regular as possible, and has experience competing with current professionals.
On top of this, he works with a local academy, helping to produce the next generation of darts talent and teaching the mechanics and techniques of the sport to youngsters to ready them for competition.
He also passionately writes about darts, amongst other sports, on personal blogging sites and in credited publications, including Inside Darts magazine and the UK Darts magazine, amongst others.
Graduating with a degree in Journalism from Leeds Metropolitan University, Bower has a deep and extensive knowledge of writing about sports, with darts predominant amongst his passions.
He has also played exhibitions against five-time World Champion Eric "The Crafty Cockney" Bristow, and former champion of the world Dennis "The Menace" Priestley.
Darts, and plenty of other bar sports, have seen a huge upturn in participation in recent years, not just in my home of the United Kingdom, but all over the world. I love to talk, convey and discuss the hottest talking points in the world of sport, and I hope you do, too.
There are literally millions of variations on everybody's impression of darts; be it the way we throw them, the games we play, and the types of darts we own. The game is limitless in its ability to grow and get bigger.
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