Hosts Brazil dominated the women's categories ©UWW

Brazil and Georgia swept up the women's and men's gold medals, respectively, as the United World Wrestling Beach Wrestling World Series event in Rio de Janeiro concluded.

The host nation claimed all four titles on offer in the women's categories, while Georgia achieved the feat in the men's divisions.

Kamila Barbosa secured the women's 50 kilograms crown ahead of team-mate Susana Dos Santos, who took silver.

Claudia Cabrera of Argentina was the recipient of the bronze medal.

Camila Fama triumphed at 60kg, topping the podium ahead of silver medallist Mehlika Ozturk of Turkey and Ana Luiza Franca of Brazil, who earned bronze.

The 70kg honours went to Brenda Aguiar Dos Santos, whose compatriot Nikeli Ferreira de Oliveira claimed silver.

Portugal's Sonia Marina Brazio did enough for bronze.

World silver medallist Aline da Silva Ferreira delighted the home crowd with gold in the 70kg category as she finished in first place in front of Turkey's Aysegul Ozbege and Dailane Gomes Dos Reis.

Georgia won all four gold medals on offer in the men's events ©UWW
Georgia won all four gold medals on offer in the men's events ©UWW

Olympic bronze medallist Dato Marsigashvili was among the Georgian wrestlers to seal gold as he defeated two-time world champion Muhammad Inam of Pakistan 2-0 in the 90kg weight division.

Kanan Aliyev of Azerbaijan overcame Grigorios Kriaridis of Greece in the bronze medal match.

Levan Kelekhsashvili got the Georgian dominance under way when he beat Ukraine's Semen Radulov 2-1 in the 70kg final.

Reece Humphrey of the United States took bronze with a 3-0 win over Niko Arouzmanidis of Greece in the third-place play-off.

Davit Khutsishvili triumphed in the 80kg class as he ousted Azerbaijan's Ibrahim Yusubov 2-1, with Efe Sami Unal of Turkey claiming bronze.

Georgia's monopoly of the men's events was completed by Mamuka Kordzaia as he secured the over 90kg crown with victory against Azerbaijan's Oyan Nazariani.

Ioannis Kargiotakis of Greece rounded off the podium by winning bronze.