Cuba won five of the six wrestling gold medals among women at San Salvador 2023 today ©San Salvador 2023

Cuba won five of the six wrestling gold medals among women as Mexico continued its stay at the top of the medals table with 176 medals overall at the San Salvador 2023 Central American and Caribbean Games.

Pan American champion Yusneylys Guzmán won the women's 50 kilograms freestyle gold after beating Mexican Mariana Diaz 8-5.

Tokyo 2020 Olympian Laura Herin added to the Cuban tally beating Karla Acosta 7-4 to take the 53kg freestyle title.

Angela Alvarez in the 57kg class, Maria Santana in the 62kg category and Hangelen Yanes in the 68kg division were the other winners for Cuba.

World under-23 champion Tatiana Rentería of Colombia claimed the final gold medal on offer in wrestling today.

She defeated compatriot Maria Acosta 5-2 in the 76kg final.

Shooting events took place at the Polígono Estadio Mágico with only one medal event.

Mexican Elizabeth Nieves claimed the title in the women's 10 metres air rifle final.

She scored 246.3 points to win gold, edging Pan American Games bronze medallist Yarimar Mercado Martinez of Puerto Rico by 0.2 points.

The bronze medal winner was far off the top two, with Nieves' compatriot Andrea Palafox securing the last place on the podium with 224.4 points.

Mexico defeated Cuba 2-0 to set up a racketball final against Costa Rica among men.

The women's action saw Mexico win by the same scoreline against Dominican Republic.

They will face a neutral Guatemala team for the gold medal after they defeated Costa Rica 2-0 in the other semi-finals.

Dressage and eventing competitions concluded in San Salvador with Domincan Republic rider and two-time Pan American Games bronze medallist Yvonne Losos De Muñiz taking the title in the individual dressage event.

The 55-year-old beta Colombian Juliana Gutierrez Aguilera and Carlos Maldonado Lara of Mexico for the title.

Colombia, Mexico and Costa Rica won the team dressage gold, silver and bronze, respectively.

Lauren Shady riding on Can Be Sweet clinched eventing individual gold for Puerto Rico with Mexican Luis Ariel Santiago Franco and compatriot Fernando Parroquin Delfin taking second and third place, respectively.

In team eventing, Mexico clinched top spot, followed by Colombia and a neutral Guatemalan team.