They include the London Marathon, World Darts Federation, Six Nations Rugby and the International Association of Athletics Federations.
What does WDF stand for?
WDF stands for World Darts Federation
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ANTALYA, Oct 14, 2010 (TUR) -- The World Darts Federation Europe Cup began on Thursday in Turkey's Mediterranean resort town of Kemer.
The county, playing in division three, are at home at the Bridley Moor Batchley Social Club Redditch where they take on Welsh rivals Clwyd, who include in their side Anastasia Dobromyslova ranked No 1 in the World Darts Federation together with Mark Webster the reigning Lakeside B.
A whirlwind start to the year has seen the 35-year-old from Eyemouth, Berwickshire, reach the top of the World Darts Federation rankings.
LEIGHTON Rees was a giant of Welsh darts and, as well as being the first Embassy champion in 1978, was also part of the Wales team which won the first World Darts Federation world cup in 1977.
Under the auspices of the World Darts Federation (WDF), and hosted by the American Darts Organization (ADO), this event will have between 8,000 and 10,000 spectators on-site over the four day period.
A whirlwind start to the year has seen the 35-year-old from Eyemouth, Berwickshire, top the World Darts Federation rankings.
The Scotland captain is ranked a place higher than Greatbatch in the World Darts Federation rankings - 11 compared to 12 - courtesy of victory in his home Scottish Open, where he beat Martin Atkins in the final, and second place to Gary Anderson in Denmark.