Stephan Barcha helped Brazil to win the men's team jumping equestrian title at the South American Games ©Getty Images

Medals table-topping Brazil continued their success at the South American Games in Paraguay's capital Asunción, adding team gold medals in artistic swimming and equestrian.

Brazil have won both artistic swimming titles at the Games, following on from Jullia Soares and Laura Miccuci's duet success yesterday.

They earned scores of 24.5000 for their free routine, 32.6667 for artistic impression and 24.5000 for difficulty to finish with a total of 81.6667 points at the National Aquatics Centre.

Colombia placed second with 79.0333, while Chile were third with 77.8000.

Brazil have also won all three of the available equestrian golds at the Paraguayan Horse Club, building on individual and team dressage success with a victory in the team jumping event.

Flávio Araújo, Geronimo Ciavaglia, Guilherme Foroni, José Roberto Fernández Filho and Stephan Barcha finished with a score of 11.02 in the final.

Argentina took silver with a score of 22.33, followed by Chile with 29.9.

Fourth placed Uruguay were considerably further back with 69.1.

It was a good day for Argentina in the water ski competition at Costanera Padre Bolik, as they won the women's and men's wakeboard titles through Eugenia De Armas and Kai Ditsch respectively.

De Armas scored 80.89 to stave off a challenge from Chile's Ignacia Holscher Castillo, who notched 77.33.

Mariana Nep Ribeiro Osmak of Brazil rounded off the top three of the women's competition with a 69.33 effort.

Ditsch posted a score of 86.00, beating Colombia's Jorge Alfredo Rocha Olarte who earned 82.56, with Brazilian Pedro Lucas Pedroso taking bronze with 64.78.

Tobias Giorgis also took the men's overall title for Argentina with 2,650 points.

Martin Alberto Labra Thiermann of Chile was second with 2,438, and Patricio Zohar Alvarez doubled the Argentinian podium presence with 2,323.

Valentina Antonia González Ezquerra of Chile was the day's other water ski winner, scoring 2,784 to take the women's overall gold.

Two Colombian athletes completed the top three, with Daniela Verswyvel Garcia scoring 2,126 and Martina Piedrahita Lalinde 1,618.

Brazil remain comfortably clear of Colombia at the top of the medals table, with Chile in third and Argentina fourth.

The multi-sport event is set to continue tomorrow and run until Saturday (October 15).