Tokyo 2020 bronze medallist Thomas Gilman at 57kg was one of six American winners on the final day of competition ©Getty Images

The United States underlined their domination of wrestling's Pan American Championships in Acapulco, adding six men's freestyle golds on the final day of competition to their tally.

World champion and Tokyo 2020 Olympic bronze medallist Thomas Gilman was among the American winners, triumphing in the 57 kilograms category at the Hotel Expo Mundo Imperial.

He thrashed Puerto Rico's Darian Cruz 11-0 to claim gold at the continental Championships.

Alexei Alvarez Blanco of Cuba eased past Peru's Enrique Herrera Huacre 10-0, and Colombia's Oscar Tigreros Urbano beat Canada's Darthe Capellan 4-3 to take the bronze medals.

Former Olympic and world champion and Tokyo 2020 silver medallist Kyle Snyder of the US dominated the 97kg event, hammering Cuba's Arturo Silot Torres 12-1 in the final.

Dominican Republic's Luis Perez Sosa thrashed Canada's Nishanpreet Singh Randhawa and Maxwell Lacey of Costa Rica claimed a victory via fall over Mexico's Esdras Lopez Perez to claim the bronze medals.

Tokyo 2020 bronze medallist and current world champion Kyle Dake of the US defended his 74kg title, seeing off Puerto Rico's Franklin Gomez 10-1 in the final.

Brazil's Cesar Bordeaux Rego Alvan and Franklin Maren Castillo of Cuba beat Chile's Leon Peralta Lanas 10-0 and Mexico's Diego Sandoval Zarco 8-1 respectively to round off the podium.

American Joseph McKenna defended his 65kg crown at the Championships with a comfortable 10-0 win over Puerto Rico's Sebastian Rivera, with Argentina's Agustín Destribats and Dominican Republic's Albaro Rudecindo securing bronze with 10-0 thrashings of Chile's Andre Quispe Fajardo and Canada's Jacob Alexander Torres respectively.

The US' Tokyo 2020 silver medallist Kyle Snyder dominated the 97kg event at the Pan American Championships ©Getty Images
The US' Tokyo 2020 silver medallist Kyle Snyder dominated the 97kg event at the Pan American Championships ©Getty Images

World Championships silver medallist Daton Fix of the US came out on top in the 61kg weight division, with Joseph Silva of Puerto Rico placing second and Mexico's Pedro Flores Salazar third.

Zahid Valencia was the other American winner on the final day of competition, ensuring they finished the Championships with 17 golds and with the team title in men's freestyle to go with their earlier successes in the men's Greco-Roman and women's freestyle.

He beat Lazaro Hernandez Luis of Cuba 4-1 in the 86kg final, a scoreline matched by Colombia's Carlos Izquierdo Mendez over Mexico's Christian Anguiano Flores in the first bronze medal bout.

Ethan Ramos of Puerto Rico eased past Argentina's Jorge Llano 11-0 to finish joint third.

Canada won the other two golds on the final day of competition at 70kg and 125kg.

Amarveer Dhesi struck late with two points via exposure to beat the US' Nicholas Gwiazdowski 5-3 in the highest weight category.

In the bronze medal bouts, Argentina's Catriel Muriel won via fall against Brazil's Gabriel De Sousa Silva, and Venezuela's José Daniel Díaz edged past Puerto Rico's Charles Merrill 2-1.

At 70kg, Emmanuel Olapade saw off Brazil's Vinicius Da Silva Joaquim 4-1 to clinch the title, with Mexico's home favourite Alexis Olvera Magallanes earning the only bronze medal with a 10-0 victory over Peru's Jhon Chunga Carreno.