Corey Cadby breaks world record for highest score in 60 seconds

Jamie Shaw in Live Darts TV 9 Feb 2018
Cadby produces a quick-fire scoring masterclass (credit:Live Darts TV)

Australian sensation Corey Cadby set a new unofficial world record for the highest score in 60 seconds during his appearance on Live Darts TV.

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Cadby, the 2016 World Youth Champion, smashed Michael Smith's record tally of 581 (set in September 2016) with a whopping 638.

The 22-year-old opened up with a 140 and fired in a maximum in his penultimate visit as he set a formidable high score on the Live Darts TV 60-second challenge scoreboard.

As the feat was not witnessed live by an independent adjudicator from Guinness World Records, it does not stand as an official World Record, though Cadby's effort may take some beating in the future.

Cadby was the guest on Episode Two of Live Darts TV, where he reflected on his career so far and revealed his targets for the future after recently securing a PDC Tour Card.

Born in Tasmania, Cadby relocated to Melbourne and is now travelling between Australia and the UK to compete in ProTour tournaments and pursue his darting dream.

In August 2017, he defeated Peter Wright, Michael Smith and Phil Taylor en route to the final of the Auckland Masters - where he narrowly lost 11-10 to fellow countryman Kyle Anderson in the final.

You can watch Cadby's record-breaking feat here...



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