Sora Shirai led a Japanese men's podium sweep and Yumeka Oda won her maiden women's crown as the host nation wrapped up the street skateboarding world championships in resounding fashion Sunday at Tokyo's Ariake Coliseum.

Underscoring its status as the sport's emerging powerhouse, Japan accounted for five of the six medalists and nine of the 16 qualifiers for the men's and women's finals.

Olympic champion Momiji Nishiya won women's bronze, while Kairi Netsuke and Tokyo Games gold medalist Yuto Horigome were second and third, respectively, in the men's final.