Mark Humphries is the dad of Luke Humphries an English professional darts player who plays in Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) events. He is the current World Champion and often known as “Cool Hand Luke” who is the current winner of the Players Championship Finals, the World Grand Prix, and the Grand Slam of Darts. The 2019 PDC World Youth Championship was also won by him.
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Mark Humphries age is 50 years old, as of 2024. He is a professional roofer. His son, Luke Humphries who has always admired his father’s work and aspired to follow in his footsteps. From a young age, he would watch in awe as his father skillfully climbed up ladders.
In 2017, Luke Humphries finished first on the Development Tour Order of Merit and won five PDC Development Tour titles. This earned him a PDC Tour Card for the 2018 and 2019 seasons as well as a spot in the 2018 PDC World Darts Championship, where he was defeated by Jeff Smith.
Who Is Mark Humphries Married?
Mark Humphries is a married man who is married with Stephan Humphries, as per sources. Couple together has a son named, Mark Humphries.
Mark Humphries’s Son: Luke Humphries
In 2019, Humphries won the Development Tour Order of Merit. He became the oldest player in PDC World Youth Championship history to win the title at the age of 24 when he defeated Adam Gawlas 6-1.
Humphries suffered a shock 3–2 first round defeat to veteran Paul Lim, in the 2021 World Championship. He reached the fourth round, before losing 4–1 to Stephen Bunting, in the 2023 World Championship. He won his first major title at the 2023 World Grand Prix, defeating tournament favourite Gerwyn Price, 5–2 in the final, in Oct 2023.
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With the £120,000 in prize money from this win, he rose to a career-high fourth place in the Order of Merit. At the 2023 Players Championship Finals, Humphries triumphed over Michael van Gerwen for the first time in his career, 11–9, before taking the match on double 1. Humphries won the PDC World Darts Championship 7–4 against Luke Littler in the final, on 3 January, 2024.