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The 2001 World Grand Prix was the first time that the competition was staged in the Citywest Hotel Dublin. Phil Taylor won the World Grand Prix the first 3 years but in the tournaments 4th year he got knocked out in the first round 2-1 to Kevin Painter. That meant the tournament would have a new winner. Alan Warriner became champion when he defeated Roland Scholten 8-2 in the final. In his first round win over Andy Jenkins, Warriner set a world record average for a televised match with a double start, at 106.45, which still stands to this day.

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  • Der World Grand Prix war ein Major-Turnier im Dartsport und wurde vom 24. bis zum 28. Oktober 2001 zum vierten Mal von der Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) veranstaltet. Austragungsort war zum ersten Mal das Citywest Hotel in Dublin. Titelverteidiger war Phil Taylor. Sieger wurde Alan Warriner, der das Turnier zum ersten Mal gewinnen konnte.
  • The 2001 World Grand Prix was the first time that the competition was staged in the Citywest Hotel Dublin. Phil Taylor won the World Grand Prix the first 3 years but in the tournaments 4th year he got knocked out in the first round 2-1 to Kevin Painter. That meant the tournament would have a new winner. Alan Warriner became champion when he defeated Roland Scholten 8-2 in the final. In his first round win over Andy Jenkins, Warriner set a world record average for a televised match with a double start, at 106.45, which still stands to this day.
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  • Der World Grand Prix war ein Major-Turnier im Dartsport und wurde vom 24. bis zum 28. Oktober 2001 zum vierten Mal von der Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) veranstaltet. Austragungsort war zum ersten Mal das Citywest Hotel in Dublin. Titelverteidiger war Phil Taylor. Sieger wurde Alan Warriner, der das Turnier zum ersten Mal gewinnen konnte.
  • The 2001 World Grand Prix was the first time that the competition was staged in the Citywest Hotel Dublin. Phil Taylor won the World Grand Prix the first 3 years but in the tournaments 4th year he got knocked out in the first round 2-1 to Kevin Painter. That meant the tournament would have a new winner. Alan Warriner became champion when he defeated Roland Scholten 8-2 in the final. In his first round win over Andy Jenkins, Warriner set a world record average for a televised match with a double start, at 106.45, which still stands to this day.
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