Canada's Jeff Smith and Sweden's Vicky Pruim won the respective men's and women's titles as the World Darts Federation World Cup concluded in Japanese city Kobe.
Smith, the runner-up at the British Darts Organisation (BDO) World Championship in 2016, beat namesake Raymond Smith of Australia in the final at the Kobe International Exhibition Hall.
The Canadian, who is nicknamed The Silencer, won 7-5 in the best-of-13 legs affair, averaging 92.03 with three darts.
Pruim triumphed 7-6 against Dutch player Sharon Prins in a final which went to the wire.
The Swede averaged 75 in her success.
The boys' and girls' champions were also decided today in Kobe.
Justin Van Tergouw, the BDO world youth champion, beat Wessel Nijman 6-3 in an all-Dutch final to scoop the boys' crown.
The duo had combined yesterday to clinch the boys' pairs title.
The girls' title went to Iran's Deniz Hashtbaran, a 6-4 winner over Ireland's Katie Sheldon.
Hashtbaran had also won pairs gold alongside Mahshad Avazzadeh.