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Who Is Professional Darts Player Phil Taylor? posted by Darts

Born August 13, 1960, Phil Taylor is a professional darts player, who is popularly called "The Power". With a win of 16 World Championships and 81 major titles, Taylor is considered all-time best darts player. From 1995 to 2002, he has won all eight World Championships consecutively, and has reached the finals from 1994 to 2007 consecutively. Until date, nobody has been able to match his darts playing record. He is the only darts player to hit two nine dart finishes in a single match, and has hit 18 nine dart finishes overall. In the PDC Order of Merit, Dixon is ranked second.

Dixon played darts since childhood, but became seriously involved in the game in 1986, when he started playing the game every week at the Crafty Cockney pub. By 1988, he was selected to play at Super League level and for the county team. In the same year, Dixon won is his first title at the Canadian Open tournament. In the British Open, he reached the quarterfinals, and in Winmau World Masters, he reached the semi-finals in 1989. In 1990, he qualified for the World Championship but entered the competition as an unseeded outsider. However, he went on to win not only the championship, but also won many Open events such as Europe Cup, British Masters, British Pentathlon, and Isle of Man title.

In PDC World Championship of 1994, Dixon reached the finals but lost to Priestley. However, he was back in 1995 to win the title, defeating Rod Harrington, 6-2. In 1996, Dixon managed his first 100 average but lost in the finals. However, he won the titles in 1997 and 1998 with final average of 103.98. The 1998 victory was Dixon's sixth title, where he surpassed Eric Bristow's record of five world championship titles. Bristow was Dixon's mentor, when he started playing darts seriously.

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Welcome to posted by Sports Fan

Welcome darts fans!
Please join the site if you love darts.  I've set this site up so that darts fans can interact with other people who play darts, share darts tips and strategy, and find local places to play darts.  Joining is free and easy so sign up now.Continue reading "Welcome to"

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Inbound link contest winner announced! posted by Earn Money Blogging

A big thanks to everyone who participated in the "Inbound Link Contest".  We have a winner!  A big congratulations go out to Marija.  Thank you for all your hard work on this.  While we had a lot of people participate, Marija was able to win with only 4 links!  So it wouldn't have taken a lot to win this contest!  We'll be having another contest soon so stay tuned.

The whole purpose of this contest was to get our bloggers networking with other webmasters and to start to build up their inbound links which will help their traffic.  Even a few links can help you with the search engines as they will see you as more of an authority on your topic the more inbound links you have.

To learn more about marketing your blog check out this post:

Marija's blog can be found here.  If you're a Knicks fan, check it out:

The original post announcing the contest can be found here:

And if you're not already signed up with Google AdSense and making money from your blog, check out our Revenue Share FAQ page:

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Inbound link contest - Win $100! posted by Earn Money Blogging

To try and motivate our bloggers to get inbound links we're going to have a contest to see which blogger can get the most inbound links to their blog. The contest begins now and ends July 31st, 2008. To be entered in to the contest all you have to do is go out and get as many websites to link to your blog as you can and at the end of the month send us an email listing all those links. All links must be active from August 1st through August 7th when we'll be judging the entries - a winner will be announced on August 7th. All entry emails must be received by Midnight on July 31st, 2008. You can email them to

We're going to impose some restrictions on the types of links you can get so please see below for the full list of links that do NOT count.

To get started simply go to Google and find other websites and blog that are about the sports and teams that you write about. Email the website owner and ask them for a link by explaining that you think your blog would be a good resource for their readers. Or offer to write a guest post for them with your by-line and URL at the bottom of the article. Or offer to exchange links with them by writing a quick write up of their site and a reciprocal link back to them. Some webmasters will be happy to add you to their blog roll even if you don't give them a link back (which is ideal) but some may want you to link back to them - you can easily do this with a quick blog entry on your blog about their website.

To learn more about inbound links and marketing your blog in general check out this post:

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Dangerous Projectiles posted by Street Reporter

Nick Blackburn of the Twins was felled on Sunday by a line drive off the bat of Yankee Bobby Abreu, who's enough of a nice guy to show obvious distress as he ran to first. It's one of the greatest fears of any pitcher, as few have the instincts to get out of the way of a ball traveling 100+ MPH from fifty-five feet away (recall that the pitcher typically lands much closer to the plate than the sixty feet, six inches from the rubber to the plate).

Practically every game has its share of near-misses, with balls screaming past pitcher's legs, arms and faces, and giving the lie to any misbegotten notions that baseball is a game for sissies. Unlike football, hockey, lacrosse, or most other contact sports, baseball offers few protections to its players. Catchers get to be armored, home plate umps a little less so, and batters (plus this year, base coaches) can only don a helmet that still leaves their face exposed, and perhaps add a guard to previously injured elbows or shins.

Really, this is about the best that we can do to protect the batter from a thrown ball, and I'm not suggesting that pitchers wear helmets or hockey facemasks, nor should batters be allowed in up-armor themselves like a vulnerable Humveee. Nor does any other remedy make sense: softening the ball, moving the mound back, or changing to a kind of bat that rebounds less. Facing a pitched or hit baseball at close range is just one of those things that ballplayers must endure. Perhaps we can institute a higher level of medical insurance for pitchers, or hazard pay based on the number of pitches they throw, or comebackers that whizz past them.

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