Abner Teixeira was one of four Brazilians to win golds in the elite men's finals ©Getty Images

Brazil and the United States dominated the elite men’s finals with both countries winning four golds apiece at the American Boxing Confederation (AMBC) Elite Boxing Championships in Guayaquil, Ecuador.

Tokyo 2020 heavyweight bronze medallist Abner Teixeira headlined the winners for Brazil after he achieved super heavyweight gold by sweeping Chile’s Miguel Ángel Véliz Correa 5-0.

Luiz Gabriel Do Nascimento won the 54-57 kilogram bantamweight title while Tokyo 2020 Olympian Wanderson de Oliveira won the light welterweight division.

Nascimento overcame Jahmal Harvey of the United States 4-1 as Oliveira defeated Miguel Angel Martinez Ramirez 5-0.

Keno Machado, another Olympian at Tokyo 2020, was victorious in the cruiserweight category after he beat the US’ Arjan Iseni 4-1.

The United States levelled with Brazil for gold medals won on the day with Roscoe Hill taking the flyweight title against Cuba’s Erislan Romero Reyes thanks to a 5-0 win.

Obed Emmanuel Bartee-El II of the United States also whitewashed Héctor Octavio Aguirre Martínez of Mexico to win the middleweight division.

Robby Gonzales and Jamar Talley rounded off the day for the US after they won titles in the light heavyweight and heavyweight categories.

Gonzales took down Brazil’s Isaías Ribeiro Filho 4-1 and Talley swept Mexico’s Carlos Antonio Rodriquez Moreno.

Rodrigo Marte and Alexy Miguel de la Cruz Baez, who both competed at Tokyo 2020 for the Dominican Republic, secured the 51-54kg bantamweight and lightweight titles after both competitors beat Cuban opposition.

Marte also recorded a 5-0 victory against Damián Arce Duarte and de la Cruz Baez achieved a 3-2 win versus Rafael Joubert Simón.

Colombia’s Jose Manuel Viafara Fori won the light welterweight division 5-0 against Ecuador’s Jhancarlo Anchico Mina while Cuba’s Billy Rodríguez Castro became the winner of the minimumweight category after whitewashing Guatemala’s Lopez Sanchez Hansell.

Marco Alonso Verde Alvarez of Mexico secured a medal for his country after triumphing 5-0 against Jose Rodriquez of Ecuador in the light-middleweight division.