Brazil won all five badminton titles up for grabs on day six of the South American Games ©Getty Images

Brazil claimed a clean sweep of the titles as singles, doubles and team badminton events were decided on the sixth day of the South American Games in Asunción, Paraguay.

In the women’s singles the final was an all Brazilian affair with Juliana Viana Vieira beating Samia Raquel Passos Lima by two games to zero.

The men’s singles final was also a battle of Brazil, with Jonathan Santos De Souza Matias overcoming Donnians Lucas Abreu De Oliveira also by 2-0.

The women’s doubles final also pitted two Brazilian pairings, with Lima and Vieira winning 2-0 against Lima and Lima.

The men’s doubles crown went to Brazilian duo Farias and Silva, who won 2-0 over Per La Torre and Subauste of Peru.

Brazil completed the clean sweep of badminton competitions by taking the mixed team event, with Farias and Lima overcoming Da Silva and Lima 2-0.

Individual artistic gymnastics finals also took place on day six.

Argentina’s Daniel Angel Villafane took the gold medal in the men’s rings with a score of 13.900.

In the men’s pommel horse victory went to Andres Felipe Martinez Moreno of Colombia, with a score of 13.175.

The final men’s apparatus medals of the day were decided on the floor, with victory going to Arthur Nory Oyakawa Mariano of Brazil, with a total of 13.975.

Brazil enjoyed success in the women’s apparatus finals, winning gold on the uneven bars courtesy of Carolyne Mercer Winche Pedro, who finished with a score of 12.667.

Finally in the women’s salto category, Chilean Makarena Daisy Pinto Adasme took gold with 12.900.

Brazil continue to lead the overall medal table as the multi-sport event reaches its halfway point, with action scheduled to run until October 15.