Tokyo 2020 bronze medallist Sarah Hildebrandt helped the United States to the women's freestyle team title at wrestling's Pan American Championships ©Getty Images

Sarah Hildebrandt continued her unblemished record at wrestling's Pan American Championships, triumphing in the 50 kilograms category to help the United States to the women's wrestling team title in Acapulco.

The Tokyo 2020 bronze medallist has never lost a bout when she has competed at the continental Championships dating back to 2013, and her 10-0 victory over Canada's Madison Parks in the final came in less than one minute at the Hotel Expo Mundo Imperial.

The success was Hildebrandt's seventh Pan American title overall.

Ecuador's Jacqueline Mollocana Eleno and Argentina's Patricia Bermúdez took the bronze medals with comfortable 12-2 and 10-0 wins against Cuba's Yoannia Perez Nunez and Shammilka Miranda Diaz of Puerto Rico respectively.

Further victories for American wrestlers in Dom Parrish and Dymond Guilford clinched women's freestyle team gold.

Dominique Parrish claimed a win via fall against the 2020 champion Luisa Valverde of Ecuador in the 53kg, while Dymond Guilford beat Ecuador's Genesis Reasco Valdez 1-1 on criteria in the 76kg.

Betzabeth Argüello of Venezuela beat Dominican Republic's Anny Ramirez Perez via fall to claim the first of the bronze medals at 53kg, while Mexico's Karla Acosta Martinez saw off Canada's Samantha Stewart 10-0.

Former world champion Justina Di Stasio of Canada joined Venezuela's María Acosta in taking bronze in the 76kg.

Di Stasio beat Colombia's Tatiana Renteria 3-2, while Acosta saw off Argentina's Linda Machuca 13-11.

At 62kg, American defending champion Kayla Miracle was forced to withdraw from the final due to injury against Canada's Ana Godinez Gonzalez.

Brazil's Laís Nunes de Oliveira and Mexico's Alejandra Romero Bonilla were 7-0 and 5-2 winners respectively against Colombia's Andrea Gonzalez Gongora and Cuba's Yolanda Cordero Vargas in the bouts for bronze.

Cuba's Yaynelis Sanz Verdecia at 57kg and Venezuela's Soleymi Caraballo Hernandez at 68kg were the other winners on the final day of women's freestyle competition.

Sanz Verdecia beat Mexico's Alma Valencia Escoto 5-1 to clinch the continental title for the first time, but her compatriot Hangelen Llanes Echevarria lost 12-2 to Caraballo Hernandez in the higher weight category.

The US' London 2012 gold medallist Jordan Burroughs triumphed in the men's freestyle 79kg category in Acapulco ©Getty Images
The US' London 2012 gold medallist Jordan Burroughs triumphed in the men's freestyle 79kg category in Acapulco ©Getty Images

Canada's Alexandria Town and Brazil's Giullia Rodrigues Penalber de Oliveira in the 57kg, and Yessica Oviedo of Dominican Republic and Gabriela Pedro Da Rocha of Brazil at 68kg were the other medallists as they all took bronze.

Men's freestyle competition got underway today, and the US' historical domination of the discipline continued with two American gold medallists.

London 2012 Olympic gold medallist at 74kg Jordan Burroughs triumphed at 79kg, the weight division in which he is the reigning world champion.

Canada's Samuel Barmish and Puerto Rico's Victor J Santos Acosta placed second and third respectively.

In the 92kg, Rio 2016 bronze medallist and former world champion J'den Cox came out on top, with silver going to Canada's Jeremy Poirier and bronze to Mexico's Cristian Sanchez.

The Championships in Acapulco are due to conclude tomorrow with the remaining eight men's freestyle weight divisions.