Rebeca Andrade won her second individual apparatus gold of the Pan American Games ©Getty Images

Brazil's Rebeca Andrade won her second individual apparatus gold of the Pan American Games as artistic gymnastics drew to a close at Santiago 2023.

The Olympic vault champion won the women's floor title at the Training Center for Collective Sport in Chile's capital, scoring 14.166.

It meant two golds in two days for Andrade who won the vault title yesterday.

There was more Brazilian gymnastics success as Arthur Mariano won the men's horizontal bar with 14.333 to end the Games with a gold after also picking up two silvers and a bronze.

The United States won two golds including the men's parallel bars title for Curran Phillips with a massive 15.400.

"The hospitality has been amazing, I'm so grateful," said Phillips, already a team gold medallist in Santiago.

"The atmosphere that was created in the competition was incredible."

Kaliya Lincoln added to her team gold by taking the women's floor title on 14.233.

Audrys Nin Reyes of Dominican Republic won the men's vault after scoring 14.466 to defend his title from Lima 2019.

He finished on the same total as Mariano but the Brazilian was denied two golds in the same session as Reyes posted the highest score for a single vault.

"If you have a dream, you have to fight for it," said Reyes.

"The pain is temporary, but the victory is forever."

Brian Yang won men's singles gold on a good day for Canadian badminton ©Getty Images
Brian Yang won men's singles gold on a good day for Canadian badminton ©Getty Images

Badminton also reached its conclusion at the Olympic Training Center with Canada winning four of the five gold medals decided.

Brian Yang beat Kevin Cordón of Guatemala - forced to compete for the independent athlete team due his NOC's suspension - 21-18, 21-6 to win the men's singles.

Adam Dong and Nyl Yakura won the men's doubles by seeing off Brazil's Fabrício Farias and Davi Silva 19-21, 21-15, 21-18.

In the women's doubles, Catherine Choi and Josephine Wu defeated twin sisters Annie and Kerry Xu of the US 21-18, 10-21, 21-17.

It proved to be a double celebration for Wu as she won the mixed doubles with Ty Alexander Lindeman, 17-21, 21-17, 21-19 over American pair Vinson Chiu and Jennie Gai.

Wu also won the mixed title at Lima 2019 but with a different partner.

"This win feels different," she said. 

"I have a different partner and it's a different feeling.

"Even if I won in Lima, I feel like this means more to me because I've done it again."

There was US success in the women's singles as Beiwen Zhang beat her team-mate Gai 21-8, 21-12.

In track cycling at the velodrome, Canada won the team pursuit and the women's keirin went to Martha Bayona of Colombia.

Diving action concluded at the Aquatics Center with Mexico completing a clean sweep of the men's titles.

Randal Willars won gold in the men's 10 metres platform on 479.40 to ensure his country won all four golds on offer.

There was more Mexican success in the women's synchronised 3m springboard final as Arantxa Chávez and Paola Pineda took gold on 285.48.

Rowing finished at Laguna Grande with the US claiming the first ever mixed eight gold in 5:54.26.

Randal Willars continued Mexican dominance in diving ©Getty Images
Randal Willars continued Mexican dominance in diving ©Getty Images

Veronica Nicacio and Madeleine Focht added to American success by winning the women's double sculls in 7:02.11, with the men's equivalent race going to Uruguay's Newton Seawright and Martín Zócalo in 6:22.07.

Brazil's Lucas Verthein won the men's single sculls in 6:58.76 and Kenia Lechuga of Mexico won the women's in 7:44.63.

There was individual dressage victory for Ecuador's Julio Mendoza Loor, on board Jewel's Goldstrike.

He scored 87.230 at Escuela De Equitación Regimiento Granaderos.

In modern pentathlon, the mixed relay title went to Tamara Vega and Manuel Padilla of Mexico at Las Condes Military School.

Mary Tucker of the US won the women's three positions rifle title at Polígono de tiro de Pudahuel, scoring a Games record 458.4.