Brazil's Guilherme Santos won his third Pan American Games gold medal in the pool at Santiago 2023 ©Getty Images

Guilherme Santos of Brazil and Canada's Maggie MacNeil each won their third Pan American Games gold medals at Santiago 2023 as swimming action continued.

Santos won the men's 100 metres freestyle in 48.06sec at the Aquatic Center Laguna Los Morros, adding to his pair of relay golds.

Olympic gold medallist MacNeil won the women's 100m freestyle in 53.64, a Games record, after already winning the women's 100m butterfly and a relay crown.

"I'm very excited to have broken a new record, so it's worth the effort," said MacNeil.

Brazil added a further title as Guilherme Costa won the men's 800m freestyle in a Games record 7min 53.01sec, completing a double after his earlier success over 400m.

Sydney Pickrem was another Canadian winner in the women's 200m breaststroke, clocking 2:23.39.

Félix Dolci clinched the men's all-around title for Canada ©Getty Images
Félix Dolci clinched the men's all-around title for Canada ©Getty Images

Water ski action saw hosts Chile win their second gold of the Games as Emile Ritter won the men's jump final at Los Morros Lagoon.

Patricio Font of Mexico won the men's tricks gold and Argentina's Eugenia de Armas triumphed in the women's wakeboard final.

Agustina Varas thought she had won the women's jump title for Chile, only for American Regina Jaquess to be given another go when it was ruled her boat had been travelling too fast.

In gymnastics, Félix Dolci won the men's all-around title for Canada with a score of 82.531 points at the Training Center for Collective Sport.

"I'm really happy and relieved to see that in the end I managed to win a gold medal," he said. 

"I'm really proud."

Mexico claimed both diving titles on offer ©Getty Images
Mexico claimed both diving titles on offer ©Getty Images

Mexico dominated in the diving pool at the Aquatics Center, winning the women's 10m synchro platform thanks to Gabriela Agúndez and Alejandra Orozco, who scored 315.42 points.

It was the second gold of the Games for Agúndez, and Osmar Olvera then added the men's 3m springboard gold for the Mexicans, tallying 536.15 points as he also doubled up.

There was similar glory for Mexico in modern pentathlon at Las Condes Military School, as Mayan Oliver won the women's race before Emiliano Hernández took home the men's title.

In rowing, Uruguay won the men's quadruple sculls and Cuba claimed gold in the men's eight at Laguna Grande.

Mexican flagbearer Carlos Sansores topped the podium in the men's over-80 kilograms taekwondo at the Contact Sports Center, and Colombia's Jhonatan Rivas was the victor in the men's 102kg weightlifting at Gimnasio Chimkowe.