Mark Dawes beat Greg Harlow in the open singles final to earn a second title at this year's World Indoor Bowls Championships.
Having already won the open pairs world title, alongside Jamie Chestney, Dawes was a 10-3, 11-5 victor versus Harlow in an all-English final.
Dawes also did the open pairs-open singles double when he was previously crowned world champion in 2018.
Dawes needed a tiebreak to beat Mervyn King in the second round, but other than that was largely dominant throughout his run to the title in Norfolk in England.
That run was helped by a walkover in the semi-finals as both of his potentially opponents, Perry Martin and Wayne Willgress, tested positive for COVID-19.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic there were no overseas players at the tournament this year.
Losing finalist Harlow is a former champion and won the singles title in 2010.