Jesper Agerbo teamed up with Dan Ostergaard-Poulsen to claim the men's doubles title ©The World Games 2022

Denmark were celebrating after capturing the men’s and women’s bowling doubles titles at the Birmingham 2022 World Games.

Danish duo Jesper Agerbo and Dan Ostergaard-Poulsen defeated Graham Fach and Darren Alexander of Canada 2-0 to clinch the men's doubles crown.

The bronze medal went to South Korea who defeated Puerto Rico 2-1.

Mika Guldbæk and Mai Ginge Jensen triumphed 2-1 against Julia Bond and Shannon O’Keefe of the United States in the women’s doubles final.

Malaysia beat Colombia 2-0 to take bronze.

Sam Cooley of Australia overcame Czech player Jaroslav Lorenc 2-1 to clinch men’s singles gold, while O’Keefe beat Colombia’s Clara Guerrero by the same scoreline to take the women’s title for the host nation.

The bronze medals went to Alexander and Sweden’s Jenny Wegner.

In the parkour competition, Noa Man of The Netherlands claimed gold in the women’s freestyle after registering 24 points.

Sweden’s Miranda Tibbling came second with 21.0, while Japan’s Hikari Izumi scored 19.0 to finish third.

The men’s speed final was won by Ukraine’s Bohdan Kolmakov after registering 20.75.

Italy’s Andrea Consolini sealed silver with 20.98, while Britain’s David Nelmes bagged bronze with 21.95.

The speed skating road competition was also in full swing with Italy’s Duccio Marsili claiming the men’s one-lap title in a time of 1min 3.75sec.

France’s Yvan Sivilier had to settle for second in 1:04.97, while Germany’s Simon Albrecht picked up bronze with 1:05.57.

Spain’s Nerea Langa Torres captured the women’s one-lap crown after crossing the finish line in 1:09.28, beating France’s Mathilde Pedronno who clocked 1:09.95 for silver.

The bronze medal went to Chinese Taipei’s Ying-Chu Chen who came home in 1:12.29.

Colombia’s Johana Viveros Mondragon and Belgium’s Bart Rene Swings emerged victorious from the respective women’s and men’s 15,000 metres elimination races.

Mexico’s Valentina Alejandra Letelier Cartagena took silver, with France’s Marine Claiire Renee Lefeuvre earning bronze to join Mondragon on the podium.

Swings came out on top ahead of France’s Martin Ferrie and Spain’s Francisco Jose Peula Cabello who came second and third, respectively.

At the Oak Mountain State Park where the canoe marathon competition is taking place, Hungary’s Vanda Kiszli won women’s K1 short distance gold in 15:22.46.

Spain’s Eva Barrios collected silver in 15:34.49, with Hungary’s Zsoka Csikos finishing third in 15:34.68.

Denmark’s Mads Brandt Pedersen triumphed in the men’s K1 short distance final in 13:50.92.

Nico Marco Paufler of Germany came second in 14:01.41, with Portugal’s Jose Ramalho claiming bronze in 14:04.06.

Competition is due to continue tomorrow.