Kyle Troup brings his flamboyant type to the north nation

HARRISVILLE, New York (WWNY) – I had the opportunity last week to interview one of the best professional bowlers in the country.

Kyle Troup is his name, winning tournaments is his game.

Troup is an extraordinary bowler who put on a show at Harrisville Lanes & Lounge last week and gave a perfect game.

He follows in the family business.

His bowling style is very different. His is a two-handed shovel style.

Troup has an extravagant style, from his hair, to the clothes he wears, to the way he spices up the crowd.

Financially, Troup is having the best year ever for a bowler on tour. His $ 469,000 broke the mark of legendary bowler Walter Ray Williams.

Kyle Troup, who brings style and loads of attention to the Professional Bowlers Association tour.

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Independence Day: PM Modi continues with flamboyant ‘pagadi’ custom, sports activities Kolhapuri Pheta model safa with lengthy path | India Information

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modes continued his tradition of wearing a colorful safa (head covering) during his Independence Day speech to the nation at the Red Fort in the state capital.
The prime minister’s eye-catching choice of headgear, starting with the bright Jamnagar Pagdi, a Bandhani turban from Kutch on a Rajasthani Safa, has become a topic of discussion in the past.
That year, he opted for a Kolhapuri Pheta-style turban with a long trail that reached to his ankle when speaking to the nation on the country’s 75th Independence Day. He combined the Safa with a pastel blue half-sleeved kurta, now known as “Modi Kurta”, and a stole.
In 2014, in his first Independence Day speech, he wore a red jodhpuri bandhej turban with a green trail.
The next year, 2015, it was a yellow safa, while in 2016 it was a tie and dye turban with a pink hue.
In 2017 the Prime Minister wore a red and yellow turban, the next year, 2018, he wore the colors saffron and red.
In 2019, Modi decided on a predominantly yellow-colored, twisted headgear. It had hints of green and red along with a long trail that extended to his ankle. He kept the outfit simple as he wore a plain white half-sleeved kurta paired with his signature tight churidar.
Last year he opted for a predominant mix of orange and yellow colored headgear and, given the situation created by Covid-19, added a scarf, like a mask in white color with orange edges.
Every year the Prime Minister adds a pop of color to the Independence Day and Republic Day celebrations with a unique turban while trying on the traditional headdresses of different states that represent the diversity of India.
Regard Independence Day 2021: “Yahi Samay Hai, Sahi Samay Hai”, PM Modi recites a poem in the Red Fort