Rodriguez needed a third match to end the fine run of debutant, Sanna Pasanen of Finland, 2-1 in the other semi-final to face the Singapore southpaw in the final. The Associate Director, Winter and Regional Sports and IF Relations Sports Department of IOC, Ms Irina Gladkikh presented the mdeals and mascots to the Masters winners.
Host Colombia and United States tied on two gold medals each but Rodriguez's silver in the Masters allowed Colombia to emerge as overall champion in the Medal Tally standings. Colombia went home with a medal haul of 2-2-2 while USA picked up 2-1-3.
Sweden and Singapore were the other two countries to win a gold medal each. Sweden went home with 1-2-1 while Singapore only had a gold medal on the final day.
A total of 176 women from 34 countries took part in this year's Women's Championships. The World Senior Championships, which will also be held at South Point Bowling Plaza, will commence on September 2 to 10, 2019.
Photos by Terence Yaw in Las Vegas, USA.