India on Sunday bagged the top spot in the triathlon mixed relay team event and swept the gold medals in the discipline in the 12th South Asian Games here.

The Indian team of Pallavi Retiwala, Dilip Kumar, Thoudam Sarojini Devi and Dhiraj Sawant won the gold with a combined timing of 1:24:31 on the final day of triathlon competitions at the Sarusajai Sports Complex here.

Today’s gold was the second for Dilip and Pallavi as they had won the yellow metal each in the men’s and women’s individual events on Saturday.

India thus swept all the three gold medals on offer in the discipline. India had also won two silver, one each in the men’s and individual events through Guru Datta and Pooja Chaurushi respectively.

Today’s mixed team relay had 300 metres swimming, 60 kilometres cycling and 1.2 kilometres running events.

Each team has two men and two women and they have to compete in all the three events. In a team, a woman will start the proceedings followed by a man and then a woman and so on.

The Nepal team won the team silver, while Sri Lanka bagged the bronze.