The US won three golds at the WFDF World Under-24 Ultimate Championships including the mixed title ©WFDF

The United States won all three golds at the World Flying Disc Federation (WFDF) World Under-24 Ultimate Championships in Nottingham.

In the mixed tournament at the Highfields Sports Complex, the US thrashed Singapore 15-5 in the final to take gold.

Aidan Downey and Olivia Goss both starred for the US with two goals and two assists apiece.

Their team had yesterday beaten Japan 15-7 to seal their place in the final, while Singapore overcame Canada 14-11.

The US topped Pool A with a 15-4 win against New Zealand and 15-3 hammerings of Hong Kong and Germany, then beat Japan 15-8, Sweden 15-5 and Singapore 15-5 in Pool E.

They then triumphed 15-4 in their quarter-final against Chinese Taipei.

Mixed bronze went to Japan, who edged past Canada 13-11.

The US also dominated the women's competition, underlined by their 14-9 victory in the final against Japan.

Abigail Hecko made a decisive contribution of three assists and three goals in the final, while Dawn Culton scored three goals and made an assist.

They won all six matches in Pool A and thrashed hosts Britain 15-4 in the quarter-finals before overcoming Germany 15-10 in the last four.

Germany narrowly took bronze at the expense of Canada, winning the match 15-14.

In the open final, the US proved too strong for Belgium, prevailing 15-9, helped by three goals and an assist from Josh Singleton and two goals and an assist from Kenrick Koo.

The US again won all six matches in Pool A, then defeated Australia 15-6 in the quarter-finals and Germany 15-5 in the semi-finals.

Germany recovered to take the bronze 15-12 against Italy.