The United States won three golds on day five of the World Cadet Wrestling Championships ©Getty Images

Three Americans were crowned world champions in women's freestyle on the fifth day of the World Cadet Wrestling Championships, taking place in Budapest.

In the lightest category at the Championships - the women's under-40-kilogram - Erica Pastoriza defeated Romanian Alexandra Voiculescu in the final.

Bronze medals went to Ukraine's Anastasiia Polska and Russian Tana Tiuliush, who respectively overcame Aizhan Muratbay of Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan's Elvina Karimzada.

A second gold for the United States came in the women's under-53kg when Katie Brianna Gomez won against Russia's Natalia Khramenkova.

Antim of India defeated Turkey's Tuba Demir for the bronze and Alina Filipovych of Ukraine stood alongside her on the podium following her win over Swiss wrestler Annatina Kendra Lippuner.

Amit Elor made it a third American gold with a win over Ukraine's Yevheniia Siedykh in the women's under-69kg final.

Noemi Osvath Nagy of Hungary and Belarus' Viktoriya Radzkova were the bronze medallists following wins over Harshita of India and Barbara Abigel Sere of Romania respectively.

Komal made sure another Indian gold came home in the women's under-46kg, defeating Azeri wrestler Ruzanna Mammadova in the final.

Sevval Cayir of Turkey won the bronze with a victory over Nicoleta Cristina Bajan of Romania, as did Ava Renee Ward of the US, following her win over Belarus' Sviatlana Katenka.

Russia's Viktoriia Khusainova was the other world champion crowned today, beating Bulgaria's Sofi Stefanova Teneva in the women's under-61kg final.

Ulmeken Esenbaeva of Uzbekistan won against Nitika of India for the bronze, and the other bronze was won by Kseniya Tsiarena of Belarus after beating Hungary's Yasmine Soliman.