Pedro Henrique Goncalves Da Silva was among Brazil's gold medallists on the final day of canoe slalom action at the South American Games ©Getty Images

Brazil claimed three titles on the final day of canoe slalom action at the South American Games, being held in Asunción, Paraguay.

In the women’s C1 category gold went to Ana Satila Vieira Vargas in 1min 39.07sec.

There was more Brazilian gold in the women’s K1, with victory going to Omira Maria Estacia Neta in 1:35.16.

The nation also took the men’s K1 title, courtesy of Pedro Henrique Goncalves Da Silva in 1:22.76.

Argentina’s Sebastian Maximiliano Rossi was also victorious, winning the day's other final, the men’s C1 category, in 1:29.67.

Elsewhere in the day's bocce finals, Venezuela claimed gold in the couple style petanque category after defeating Argentina, while Argentina took the title in the raffa mix style couple category after beating Paraguay.

In the volo mix style couple discipline, Chile beat Argentina by 140 shots to 138 to take gold.

In BMX racing, the men’s individual crown went to Argentina’s Nicolas Exequiel Torres, with silver going to Diego Alejandro Arboleda Ospina of Colombia, and bronze won by Wilson David Goyes Larrea of Ecuador.  

In the women’s individual there was a Colombian one-two with gold going to Mariana Pajon Londono, from Gabriela Bolle Carillo.

The podium was completed by Agustina Cavalli of Argentina, who took the bronze.

In shooting finals Peru took the mixed team 10m air pistol crown, with Venezuela winning silver and Ecuador claiming bronze.

Peru also took the mixed skeet title, with Chile earning silver and bronze going to Brazil.

In the individual events the women’s 50m rifle three positions title went to Brazil’s Geovana Meyer, who beat Venezuela’s Diliana Carolina Mendez De Gonzalez 59-54.

Peru’s Nicolas Rodolfo Pacheco Espinosa took the men’s skeet title with 36 points, the same tally as Chilean Jorge Nicolas Atalah Moya.

Finally in the wrestling events the men’s up to 125 kilograms category title was won by Jose Diaz Roberti of Venezuela.

Colombian Oscar Eduardo Tigreros Urbano took the men’s up to 57kg title, while Argentina’s Agustin Alejandro Destribats won the up to 65kg.

Anthony Montero Chirinos of Venezuela took the up to 74kg category, with his compatriot Pedro Ceballos Fuentes winning in the up to 86kg.

Finally in the up to 97kg category, Ricardo Adrian Baez of Argentina won the gold medal.

On the penultimate day of competition, Brazil remain top of the overall medal table and remain on course to win more than 300 medals come the conclusion of sporting action.