France's Hugo Rabeux and Amelia Julian triumphed in the mixed doubles at the Teqball Tour stop in Los Angeles ©

France's Hugo Rabeux and Amelia Julian overcame former mixed doubles world champions Csaba Bányik and Zsanett Janicsek of Hungary to triumph on the Teqball Tour in Los Angeles.

Top seeds Rabeux and Julian did not drop a set en route to the final at the Venice Beach Recreation Center.

They proved too strong in the final, beating the 2021 world champions 12-7, 12-8 to take gold.

Current women's and mixed doubles world champion Lea Vasas of Hungary played with her compatriot Balázs Katz, and the pair took bronze by beating American home favourites Luka Pilic and Margaret Osmundson 12-5, 5-12, 12-5.

Bányik and Katz played together in a successful men's doubles effort, winning both knockout ties in straight sets before repeating the feat 12-3, 12-6 in the final against Hungary's Mátyás Odnoga and Poland's Bartłomiej Frańczuk.

Four-time world champion Ádám Blázsovics and fellow Hungarian Martin Csereklye took third by beating Colombia's Jose Ricardo Oviedo Amortegui and Joshua Bello 12-9, 12-6.

The United States held hopes of a home gold through singles world champion Carolyn Greco and Osmundson in the women's doubles after they beat the world champions Janicsek and Vasas 12-10, 12-10 in the semi-finals.

However, they were beaten in three sets 12-11, 9-12, 12-8 by the new pairing of Kinga Barabási from Romania and Hungary's Petra Péchy.

Janicsek and Vasas salvaged a bronze with a 12-8, 11-12, 12-6 win against Julian and Spain's Anna Gómez Vila.

Los Angeles is also set to host the next Teqball Tour event from June 9 to 11.