Pamela Leite scored 12.69 in the women's street competition at the Junior Pan American Games to win gold ©Agencia.Xpress Media

Brazil completed a clean sweep in the skateboarding events at the Junior Pan American Games here in Cali as Lucas Rabelo and Pamela Leite pulled off historic victories.

Leite cruised to the gold medal in the women's street with a score of 12.69 while Rabelo completed a late surge to score 29.12 points to top the table in the men's street at the Skate Park Calida.

Both competitions saw athletes complete two runs of 45 seconds to build a score by completing as many tricks as possible.

The second element saw skaters take five attempts to produce the best trick attempt, with points from the highest four counting.

Leite bagged 3.66 and 3.89 points in her runs which were the two best individual scores of the round.

She then landed three of her five tricks in round two - with scores of 2.51, 2.18 and 2.63 - to give her a comfortable victory over second-placed Itzel Granados on 8.74 points.

The Mexican claimed the silver medal after an impressive switch 50-50 grind gave her 3.22 points to leapfrog Ramsey Pinson of the United States who finished on 6.88 points.

Rabelo then emulated his compatriot's success later on with a dazzling performance in round two.

He recorded two mediocre runs of 4.26 and 4.42 which saw him sit in fifth place going into the decider.

However, he opened it with an incredible 360 nose grab to earn 7.35 points.

Rabelo then landed two more tricks, worth 8.71 and 8.64, to secure a clear victory.

Angelo Caro of Peru capitalised on strong travelling support to take the silver medal with 24.23 points.

After an impressive first round saw him amass 10.83 points, he disappointed in the next by landing just two of his five attempts.

Colombian Juan Carlos Polania endured a late scare to claim  bronze with 22.16 points.

He fell on his last two attempts but could not be caught by Chile's Jesus Muñoz who finished on 21.45.