HAUPAI PUHA DARTS PLAYER LIFE INFORMATION
|Used Darts||25g Shot Signature|
|WDF Main Ranking Men||#4|
|Walk-on Music||Rob Ruha -35, Ka Hao|
Cody Harris has been a professional darts player since 2014 and is ranked No. 4 in the world. He has won seven PDC major tournaments, including two World Series of Darts titles, one Champions League of Darts title, and four European Tour events. Harris was the runner-up at the 2019 and 2020 World Championships and also played for England at the 2020 PDC World Cup of Darts. Harris is a member of the Māori tribe known as Te Arawa from New Zealand and has been an ambassador for the sport within his indigenous community, promoting darts in schools and helping to grow the game. He is well known for his unique style of throwing, which he developed by using traditional Māori techniques.
Harris has earned the nickname “Haupai Puha” from fellow players and commentators, due to his energetic throwing style which features a combination of traditional techniques such as the ‘haka’ and Maori war cry. Harris is one of the leading ambassadors for darts within Indigenous communities, encouraging more young people to take up the sport and break into the professional ranks. He has also set up a foundation to help young Māori players reach their dreams of becoming professional darts players.
Harris is an inspiration to many and serves as a great example of someone who has worked hard and achieved his dreams through dedication and passion for the game. He is well respected in the darts world, and his influence continues to grow as he continues to break new ground. He continues to be an example of what can be achieved when passion and determination are combined with hard work and dedication.
Harris also serves as a great role model for young Māori dart players who may not have been exposed to the sport before. By supporting and encouraging young Māori players, Harris is helping to grow the sport within his Indigenous community and spreading the message that darts can be enjoyed by everyone regardless of their background or heritage. With his energetic style, Harris continues to play a key role in promoting darts around the world and inspiring many people with his passion for the game. He is a true ambassador for the sport and an example of what can be achieved when hard work, dedication, and passion are combined with traditional Māori techniques.
Cody Harris is a great example of someone who has achieved great things in darts through his dedication, hard work and passion for the sport. As one of the leading ambassadors for darts within Indigenous communities, Harris continues to inspire many with his unique throwing style and energetic approach. He is making a huge impact on the game around the world and will continue to be an inspiration for years to come.
- Jack’s World Series of Darts Finals
- PDC Darts Masters, Queensland, NSW
- Lakeside WDF World Championship
- World Cup of Darts – Team New Zealand
- New Zealand Darts Masters Qualifier
- Melbourne Darts Masters Qualifier
- Brisbane Darts Masters Qualifier
- World Cup Team New Zealand