The next leg of the USA Teqball Tour is to take place in Los Angeles ©FITEQ

Carolyn Greco, the United States' first gold medallist at the Teqball World Championships, is ready for the sport to come to her home city following the announcement of Los Angeles as the next leg on the USA Teqball Tour.

Greco became a world champion last month in Nuremberg, defeating Hungary's defending and inaugural gold medallist Anna Izsák in the women's singles.

Last year in Gliwice, Greco won women's singles bronze and women's doubles silver with fellow Californian Margi Osmundson.

Osmundson and Greco repeated that feat this year, finishing runners-up again.

In 2020, Greco, Osmundson and Nancy Avesyan founded the world's first all-women teqball club, Bella Teq, in Los Angeles.

It will be a homecoming for the country's most successful players, who are expected to compete at the USA Teqball Tour leg from January 27 to 29 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, with a total prize pot of $30,000 (£24,700/€28,300) on offer.

Tournaments are to take place in mixed doubles, men's doubles and women's doubles.

Los Angeles is also to host the 2028 Olympic Games, which teqball will not be a part of despite the International Federation of Teqball's best lobbying efforts.