Adam Gawlas

Adam Gawlas (born 19 January 2002 in Opava, Czech Republic) is a professional Czech dart player known for his talent and impressive achievements in the dart world, despite his young age. Gawlas started playing darts at a young age and quickly made a name for himself in the international darts world.

In 2019, Gawlas won the JDC (Junior Darts Corporation) World Championship, a prestigious title in the junior category, proving his potential as a future star of darts. Later that year, he also reached the final of the PDC World Youth Championship, where he eventually lost to Luke Humphries.

Gawlas acquired his PDC tour card through the European Q-School in 2020 and began competing in various PDC tournaments. Although he has not won any major titles in the PDC to date, he has participated in prestigious tournaments such as the PDC World Darts Championship and European Tour events.

Adam Gawlas is known for his talent and determination to achieve success in the world of darts. Despite his young age, he has already achieved impressive feats and is showing that he can compete with the best darts players in the world. Gawlas continues to work hard to improve his skills and aims to move up the PDC world rankings. His achievements make him a promising figure in the darts world and an inspiration to up-and-coming darters.