Boris Krčmar (born 13 September 1979) is a Croatian darts player.
Boris Krčmar is an accomplished soft-tip darts player and won the IDF World Championship in 2009, 2011 and 2015. He started his career in 2005 and from 2007 to present he was the winner of more than 400 official and unofficial tournaments in soft tip darts. From 2007 to present he is the captain of the Croatian national team. In 2010 he was the first Croat who qualified and played in PDC World Championship.
Krčmar qualified for the 2011 PDC World Darts Championship by winning the Eastern European qualifier. In the preliminary round, he lost 4–2 to Denmark's Per Laursen.
He qualified for the 2012 PDC World Cup of Darts where he partnered Tonci Restovic in the Croatian team. After defeating Finland in the first round, they faced Wales in the second round. In his singles match, Krčmar forced Richie Burnett into a last leg decider before losing 4–3. In April, Krčmar earned a place in the Austrian Darts Open in Vienna by defeating Kurt van de Rijck and Antonio Alcinas in the European qualifier. He played Wes Newton in the first round and lost 6–4.
Krčmar had a very good year in soft tip events in 2014 by winning the Chinese and Las Vegas Dartslive events. He came very close to reaching his second World Championship when he lost in the final of the East European Qualifier for the 2015 edition 10–7 against Robert Marijanović.
World Championship results
- 2011: Preliminary round (lost to Per Laursen 2–4) (legs)