Victor Crouin, left, and Grégoire Marche went head-to-head in the men's squash final at the Birmingham 2022 World Games ©The World Games 2022/Marvin Gentry

Victor Crouin toppled Grégoire Marche in an all-French men's squash final at the Birmingham 2022 World Games.

The 23-year-old was not intimated by Marche at the UAB Rec Centre and prevailed in five games.

Marche also won the silver medal at the Wrocław 2017 World Games.

Colombia's Miguel Rodríguez defeated Switzerland's Dimitri Steinmann 3-1 in the bronze-medal match.

The women's final saw Tinne Gilis from Belgium whitewash Britain's Lucy Beecroft and Coline Aumard ensured France claimed the bronze medal.

Aumard went the distance against Haley Mendez, but prevailed against the home American athlete.

The French also imposed their dominance in duathlon's mixed team relay final by taking gold and bronze, while Belgium settled for silver.

Switzerland won orienteering's mixed team relay.

Their quickened pace was enough to beat Norway and Britain, who won silver and bronze, respectively.

Spain's and Italy's artistic rolling skaters impressed on the final day of the event.

Rebecca Tarlazzi of Italy ranked first in the women's freeskating long programme while Spanish duo Andrea Silva Pascual and Carla Escrich achieved silver and bronze, respectively.

Pau Garcia Domec then handed Spain the men's freeskating long programme title, as Italy's Alessandro Liberatore took second place.

Germany's Tim Niclas Schubert was the bronze medallist.

In the acrobatic gymnastics, Britain seized men's group gold after tallying 29.890 to defeat Belgium's 29.360 and Ukraine's 28.410.

On the billiards table, Dutchman Dick Jaspers came out on top in the men's carom three cushion gold-medal match versus Colombia's José Juan García.

Jaspers produced a stunning performance to secure a 40-18 triumph.

The men's snooker title was claimed by Hong Kong's Cheung Ka Wai in a 3-1 victory over Egypt's Abdelrahman Shahin.

In trampoline gymnastics, Melania Rodriguez of Spain won the women's double mini-trampoline event.

Her score of 26.600 was more than sufficient to beat new Zealand's Bronwyn Dibb and Sweden's Lina Sjöberg, who made 25.800 and 25.600 to finish in second and third, respectively.

Kaden Brown won the US a gold medal in men's tumbling after totalling 29.300.

France's Axel Duriez made 27.800 to achieve silver while Denmark's Rasmus Steffensen tallied 23.900 to walk away with bronze.

Britain won the wheelchair rugby mixed team gold medal thanks to a 35-23 triumph over Japan in the final.

Germany clinched bronze for overcoming Canada 44-30.

Germany finished top of the overall medals table with 24 gold, seven silver and 16 bronze medals.

The US trailed after collecting 16 gold, 18 silver and 10 bronze medals.

Ukraine - with 16 gold, 12 silver and 17 bronze medals - were third.