SHOWS: MARRAKECH, MOROCCO (DECEMBER 16, 2018) (RUMSEY TV - NO RESALES, NO USE AFTER JUNE 15, 2019) 1.
VARIOUS OF EVENTUAL WINNER MATIAS PERRONE OF ARGENTINA ON THE COURSE, SINKING PUTTS AND DRIVING 2.
SECOND PLACED BEN CLARKE OF BRITAIN PUTTING 3.
PERRONE SINKING THE WINNING PUTT AND CELEBRATING WITH SUPPORTERS 4.
PERRONE BEING CARRIED BY SUPPORTERS 5.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) WINNER MATIAS PERRONE SAYING: "I felt really, really confident in every shot, every putt, I never think of anything (else), just the line, just the ball and kick.
So when you are in that way everything is perfect.
It's like a mental, a perfect mental mind, you know." 6.
PERRONE CELEBRATING WITH THE TROPHY STORY: Matias Perrone of Argentina became the footgolf world champion in Marrakesh, Morocco on Sunday (December 16), beating Briton Ben Clarke by two shots to claim the title.
Perrone succeeded his compatriot Christian Otero, who won the event two years ago.
Sophie Brown won the women's tournament in a 1-2-3 for Britain from Claire Williams and Natalie Richardson.
Thirty six countries were represented in the third World Cup, which takes place every two years.
The sport is based on the rules of golf, with players kicking a football from the tee to an enlarged hole.
Like golf it can be played using the strokeplay, with the lowest number of shots winning, or matchplay formats.
France triumphed in the team event by beating Britain in the final on Saturday.