Bowler Kyle Troup has been named World Games Athlete of the Month for February after picking up a first career major title.
The 29-year-old American won the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) Players Championship in Florida, defeating Dick Allen 257-212 in the final.
Troup had been the top seed throughout the event, which began with regional qualifiers and finals - where Troup established himself as the best player in the East - before the flagship contest in Florida.
It is Troup's seventh PBA Tour victory, but first major crown, and earned him $250,000 (£180,000/€208,000).
In 2020, Troup helped the United States retain the Weber Cup, and in 2018 won the tournament's Most Valuable Player accolade in another American victory.
Troup has made five Weber Cup appearances, and will hope to represent the US on home soil next year at the Birmingham 2022 World Games.
Bowling is one of five sports which have been on the World Games programme continuously since 1981.
Canada won the men's doubles title at Wrocław 2017, and Cho Young-s
Colombia won the women's doubles but American Kelly Kulick was victorious in the women's singles.
For winning this award, Troup will receive a diploma and branded gift from sponsor Protective Life.