The US men won four games from four in the pool stage in Vienna ©FIBA

Both the United States' men's and women's teams have progressed to the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) 3x3 World Cup knockout rounds following the conclusion of the pool stage in Vienna.

The men's side extended their 100 per cent win record in the Austrian capital as they downed both Slovenia and the hosts in Pool B.

Dylan Travis starred for the Americans who are looking for a second men's title following the 2019 triumph.

He amassed eight points and three rebounds to lead his team to a 21-14 win.

Jimmer Fredette then dominated the scoreboard against Austria with 13 points as the US prevailed 21-16.

The results meant that the US finished the initial stage with four wins from four, ensuring they advance directly to the quarter-finals.

They will play one of either Switzerland or France who first meet each other in the round of 16.

Elsewhere, Poland, The Netherlands, and defending champions Serbia all sit in the second knockout round after topping their pools.

Lithuania, Austria, Latvia, Belgium, and Japan comprise the remaining teams still in the tournament.

The American women's team moved into the round of 16 as they finished second to Canada in Pool C.

China proved themselves as the stand-out side as wins against Romania and Italy today meant they also went four from four.

They beat Romania 21-7 in the third straight game of limiting opposition to a single-digit point-haul.

Following that was a tense 21-18 triumph over Italy who advanced nonetheless by finishing third in the group.

In Pool B, it was Australia who reached the summit after downing Egypt 22-11.

They almost fell out of a quarter-final place however as Germany downed them 21-19, but a superior points ratio worked in Australia's favour.

Austria, Japan, Czech Republic, France, Israel, and Spain will also feature in the knockout rounds which are due to begin tomorrow at the Rathausplatz.