Martha Bayona Pineda won the women's sprint for Colombia at the Pan American Track Cycling Championships in Lima ©Getty Images

Colombia claimed all four gold medals on the third day of the Pan American Track Cycling Championships in Lima in Peru as the nation continued their dominance at the event.

Bryan Gomez won the men's point race in a tight finish with Chile's Felipe Peñaloza, with both riders finishing on 56 at the National Sports Village (VIDENA) Velodrome.

However, it was the Colombian who crossed the line first to separate the two, taking the maximum 10 points in the final sprint.

Venezuela's Robert Sierra Perez won the bronze medal with 51 points, but could not score in the last two sprints after going for the extra lap points, but had enough to hold off Ruben Ramos of Argentina by one point.

Gomez then won the silver in the men's individual pursuit behind team mate Brayan Sanchez in the gold medal match.

Sanchez crossed the line in 4min 26.230sec, defeating his compatriot by almost a second.

Mexican team mates Edibaldo Maldonado Rayas and Tomas Aguirre Garza competed for the bronze medal, with Maldonado winning comfortably by more than two seconds in a time of 4:28.154.

A third Colombian gold was won in the women's omnium, with the points race being enough to comfortably separate Lina Hernandez Gomez from the Canadian Maggie Coles-Lyster.

Hernandez won the scratch and elimination races with Coles-Lyster behind her in second; while the Canadian won the tempo race with the Colombian in second.

In the points race, Hernandez extended her lead, finishing on a total of 147 to Coles-Lyster's 133.

Mexico's Victoria Velasco Fuentes closed the gap to the Canadian, but was still six points behind on 127 points for third.

Completing the day of dominance for Colombia, Martha Bayona Pineda secured the gold medal in the women's sprint against Yuli Verdugo Osuna of Mexico.

Bayona's team mate Juliana Gaviria Rendon won the bronze medal in a head-to-head with Guatemala's Joanne Rodriguez Hacoen.