Kyren Wilson claimed the men's snooker title today ©IWGA

Kyren Wilson claimed snooker gold in an all-British final on the last day of competition at the Wrocław 2017 World Games here.

Wilson, who won the Shanghai Masters title in 2015, defeated compatriot Ali Carter at the Wrocław Congress Center.

The 25-year-old claimed a 3-1 victory over Carter, a two-time World Championships runner-up.

Iran’s Soheil Vahedi won the bronze medal after beating China’s Xu Si 3-2.

Elsewhere in billiard sports, China's Siming Chen sealed the women's pool title with a 9-3 win over South Korea's Gayoung Kim. 

There was further success for China as Han Yu clinched the bronze medal with a 9-3 win over Chezka Centeno of the Philippines.

Spain's Daniel Sanchez won the final gold medal after prevailing in the men's carom three cushion final.

He saw off Italian Marco Zanetti 40-33 to seal the title.

Egyptian Sameh Sidhom rounded out the podium after beating Dick Jaspers of The Netherlands 40-26 to win bronze.

Stephan Hansen won both men's and mixed pairs archery gold today ©World Archery
Stephan Hansen won both men's and mixed pairs archery gold today ©World Archery

The United States added World Games gold to their Women's Lacrosse World Cup title, which they won earlier this month, at the Olawka Stadium.

In a rematch of the World Cup final, played in Guildford in England, the Americans defeated North American rivals Canada 11-8.

Australia managed to seal third place after narrowly beating Great Britain 10-8 in what was a thrilling contest.

Denmark sealed two gold medals in today's archery conclusion at Centennial Hall.

The first arrived in the mixed team compound competition.

Stephan Hansen and Sarah Sonnichsen combined to defeat Mexico's Rodolfo Gonzalez and Linda Ochoa-Anderson 156-155 in the final.

The American duo of Kris Schaff and Cassidy Cox won the bronze medal match 154-151 against Colombia's Camilo Cardona Montanez and Sara Lopez.

World champion Hansen then doubled his medal tally with success in solo competition.

He won the men's compound title after defeating Iran's Esmaeil Ebadi 146-142 in the final.

The United States, pictured, beat Canada 11-8 to win lacrosse gold ©IWGA
The United States, pictured, beat Canada 11-8 to win lacrosse gold ©IWGA

Croatia's Domagoj Buden rounded out the podium after he beat Dutchman Peter Elzinga 144-141.

The women's solo crown was won by Lopez after the Colombian proved too strong for Toja Ellison of Slovenia, winning 147-144.

Christie Colin of the US won bronze by beating Aleksandra Savenkova in a shoot-off.

Both players posted scores of 137 but a 10 from Colin's extra arrow defeated the Russian's score of nine.

Sweden prevailed in the final of the floorball competition at the WKK Arena.

Switzerland beat Finland, the reigning world champions, 5-2 in yesterday's semi-finals but could not make it past the final hurdle.

Both teams were level at 5-5 going into the final third but goals from Kim Nilsson and Johannes Larsson in the last period sealed a 7-5 win for the Swedes.

Finland made up for their shock semi-final defeat by beating the Czech Republic 2-0 to win bronze.