Jamie Caven is a professional darts player and darts speaker. Caven has won seven events on the PDC Pro Tour, including two in the same weekend in May of 2013. Caven was also the World Masters Champion in 1993. Caven qualified for the 2008 World Championship at Alexandra Palace, and defeated Wes Newton in the first round 3-0, before playing Wayne Mardle in the second round, takin the first set, before narrowly missing out in a 4-1 loss.
Caven won his first PDC title, by edging Alan Tabern in a final leg decider to go onto to win the UK Open Welsh Regional in Newport in May of 2009. A month later, Caven reached his first PDC major quarter-final at the UK Open, where he lost 10-3 to Colin Osbourne. Caven lost in the first round of the 2010 PDC World Championship to Gary Anderson 3-2.
Furthermore, Caven won his first-round match of the 2011 World Championship by defeating South Africa's Devon Petersen, 3-2 but later went on to be defeated by Colin Osbourne in the last 32. Caven trailed Joe Cullen in the last 16 of the UK Open, but produced a superb comeback, concluding with a 160 finish in the deciding leg to take the match. Caven went on to later play Denis Ovens in the quarter-final. Caven qualified from Group 7 of the Championship League with a victory against Paul Nicholson. Overall, Caven finished 2nd in the Winners Group, having won five of his seven league matches.
After all of the thirty-three ProTour events of 2012 had been played, Caven was 31st on the Order of Merit, just inside of the top 32 who qualified for the Players Championship Finals. A superb darts player and motivational speaker, Jamie Caven draws upon his wealth of experience as being one of the leading darts speakers within the game and delivers a fantastic presentation of his life events, success as well as the attitude needed to maintain this status within the darts industry.