Costa Rica beat hosts Nicaragua in the women's football final as action continued today at the 2017 Central American Games in Managua.
The Costa Ricans triumphed 2-0 on penalties following a 1-1 draw at the Estadio Independencia in Estelí.
Panama had earlier defeated El Salvador 4-1 on penalties in the third-place play-off after a 1-1 draw.
There was also success today for Costa Rica in the women's nine-ball pool event with Adriana Villar coming out on top ahead of Nicaragua's Maylin Bayadares.
Nicaragua's Karen Garcia and Guatemala's Daniela Catalan were the bronze medallists.
In the men's nine-ball pool event, Nicaragua's Carlos Castro held off Panama's Joel Rodriguez to clinch the gold medal.
Guatemala's Luis Lemus and Nicaragua's Marcos Garcia were the bronze medallists.
The men's and women's table tennis team events were dominated by Guatemala, who beat Panama and El Salvador to the respective gold medals.
El Salvador and Costa Rica were the men's bronze medallists, while Costa Rica rounded out the women's podium.
Action in Managua is scheduled to continue tomorrow.