We profile the two-time PDC World Darts Champion and five-time world finalist, 'The Flying Scotsman', Gary Anderson.
Anderson has captured a total of 53 titles during his illustrious career, with 19 of those coming in TV events.
His two World Darts Championship crowns remain the most highly-prized of that list, having gone the full distance at Alexandra Palace in 2015 and 2016.
He has also reigned supreme in the Premier League twice (2011 and 2015), the World Matchplay (2018), the UK Open (2018), the Players Championship Finals (2014) and the Champions League in 2018.
Anderson is also a World Cup winner after capturing the title, along with partner Peter Wright, in 2019.
Anderson is currently ranked at number 27 on the PDC Order of Merit, significantly lower than the number one position he held during his spells as World Champion between 2015 and 2017.
The Flying Scotsman remains one of the most dazzling performers on the big stage however, with his current ranking largely being determined by his absence from floor tournaments over the past couple of years.
There have been signs in recent months that Anderson is edging back towards his very best, so it wouldn't come as too much of a surprise to see the former back-to-back world champion knocking on the door of the top 16 sooner rather than later.
Anderson has carried his 'Flying Scotsman' moniker since 2009, after opting to ditch his previous 'Dream Boy' handle.
The Flying Scotsman is a reference towards the famous Scottish stream train.
Anderson currently uses 'Jump Around' by House of Pain as his current walk-out song.
It's a song that has now become synonymous with the Flying Scotsman given his success in the sport.
Anderson is 53 years old, having celebrated his birthday in December during the 2024 World Darts Championship.
Originally from Musselburgh, East Lothian, Anderson moved to Eyemouth, Berwickshire, after meeting his ex-wife.
However, since their split, Anderson and his current partner Rachel now reside in Burnham on Sea in Somerset.
Anderson has collected £267,250 in prize money over a two-year period in ranking tournaments.
The darts Anderson currently uses are his signature Unicorn Gary Anderson Darts Phase 6's in 23g.
The Phase 6's have been designed specifically for him and feature 90% tungsten barrels with Unicorn shafts and his own signature Gary Anderson flights.
Anderson has also claimed 31 PDC ProTour titles throughout his career, whilst being recognised as the PDC Player of the Year on two occasions (2015 and 2016).
The Scotsman has also landed three televised perfect legs during hsi career in the UK Open, World Darts Championship and in the World Matchplay.
Anderson has a reported net worth of around $5m, around £4.5m.
This is largely attributed to his success on the PDC Tour, with his two world title successes landing him over 10 percent of that total.