United States earned five gold medals as competition continued in Lima ©UWW

Three-time world champion Adeline Gray secured gold on the final day of women's wrestling competition at the Pan American Championships in Lima.

The American wrestler was dominant throughout the women's 76 kilogram event at the San Luis Sports Centre in the Peruvian capital.

Gray claimed victories by fall in each of her contests to reach the final, where she beat Colombia's Andrea Olaya Gutiettez in the same manner to claim her first Pan American title.

Venezuela's Andrimar Lazaro Diaz beat Canada's Gracelynn Doogan 8-2 in the first bronze medal match, while Cuba's Mabelkis Capote Perez took the second after Brazil's Aline Da Silva Ferreira defaulted through injury.

There was further American success in the women's 50kg event as Whitney Conder beat Colombia's Carolina Castillo Hidalgo 9-0 in the final.

Mexico's Mariana Diaz Munoz edged Ecuador's Jacqueline Mollocana Eleno 3-2 to clinch the first bronze.

The second was claimed by Canada's Jade Dufour, who secured a 14-2 success against Argentina's Evelin Sosa.

A third American gold of the day was earned by Sarah Hildebrandt, as she beat Ecuador's Luisa Valverde Melendres 10-0 in the 53kg class.

There were 4-3 victories for Venezuela's Betzabeth Arguello Villegas and Cuba's Lilianet Duanes Andres in their bronze medal matches against Canada's Kristina McLaren and Colombia's Dannia Figueroa Duque.

Cuba celebrated two gold medals with Yaquelin Estornell Elizastique winning the 62kg division by overcoming Brazil's Lais Nunes De Oliveira 5-4.

American Kayla Miracle beat Canada's Linda Morais 6-1 to secure bronze, with Colombia's Jackeline Renteria Castillo joining her on the podium by overcoming Ecuador's Karla Campos Gonzalez.

Benjamin Provisor triumphed in the men's 92kg division ©UWW
Benjamin Provisor triumphed in the men's 92kg division ©UWW

There was also a gold for Cuba's Yudari Sanchez Rodriquez, who secured victory in the 68kg final against Venezuela's Soleymi Caraballo Hernandez by a 14-8 score.

Peru's Yanet Sovero Nino defeated Canada's Temitope Ogunjimi 7-4 to earn a podium spot, with Ecuador's Leonela Ayovi Parraga joining her by securing a 3-1 win over Mexico's Diana Miranda Gonzales.

The final women's wrestling gold of the Championships was claimed by Mexico's Alejandra Romero Bonilla, who was awarded victory against Cuba's Lianna Montero Herrera, after their 57kg final ended 2-2.

Canada's Alexandria Town beat the Dominican Republic's Yessica Oviedo Perez 10-0 in the first bronze medal bout, before the US' Michaela Beck took the second after Puerto Rico's Nes Rodriquez Tirado forfeited.

Men's freestyle wrestling began with a victory for Mark Hall II in the 79kg event, with the American overcoming Puerto Rico's Ethan Ramos 6-0.

The podium was rounded off by Colombia's Santiago Martinez Restrepo and Canada's Shawn Daye Finley.

Benjamin Provisor of the US emerged as the winner of a round robin format in the 92kg event, with the medal places completed by Mexico's Esdras Lopez Perez and Dalton Webb of Canada.

Competition will continue tomorrow.