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Robert Wagner hits historic nine-dart finish live on webcam

Jamie Shaw in Off The Oche 28 Jan 2016
Wagner in action during the PDC World Cup (credit:Lawrence Lustig/PDC)

Norway's Robert Wagner made history by becoming the first player ever to hit a nine-dart finish live on webcam stream.

Wagner, who has represented Norway at the PDC World Cup and also took part in the 2014 European Championship, achieved the perfect leg in a challenge match against Christian Johansen.

The contest was streamed live on January 27 via webcamdarts.com, operated by the Webcam Darts Association, with the players competing on their own practice boards in separate locations.

Wagner's holy grail moment came in the eighth leg of an eventual 10-3 victory as he landed a 180, a 174 and a 147 checkout.

Earlier in the week, Norway's Ramona Eriksen, 20, joined a select group of women to land a competitive nine-dart finish as she recorded the feat in the Elite Cup.

You can watch Wagner's nine-darter below (skip to 16mins)



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