Thailand have finished the FISU World University Muaythai Championships with six gold medals ©IFMA

Thailand won a further four gold medals on the final day of the inaugural International University Sport Federation (FISU) World University Muaythai Championships in Pattaya today.

The host nation had fighters in the finals of the men's 51 kilograms, men's 71kg, women's 57kg and men's 63.5kg at the Hard Rock Hotel and all four won their bouts.

It means Thailand have finished the competition with six golds in all, after fighters from the country won the women's 52kg final and men's 67kg finals yesterday.

The first Thai in action today was Yutthana Takhianvan in the men's 51kg final.

He was up against Bakytzhan Arifkhanov from Kazakhstan, and won on points 30-27.

That was the third final of the day.

The next home fighter then came out in the sixth fight, in what was the men's 71kg final.

In that bout Pratchaya Nangkasem from the home nation beat Alexander Skvortsov from Russia in a tight points result, 29-28.

From today's nine finals there was only one stoppage, in the men's 60kg category ©IFMA
From today's nine finals there was only one stoppage, in the men's 60kg category ©IFMA

The last two Thai fighters appeared in the final two fights of the competition, meaning the event ended on a true high for the hosts.

First, Teahiran Yadrung beat another Russian in Marik Klimova 30-27 in the women's 57kg final, before Natee Chanates saw off Maksim Petkevich from Belarus in another tight points result, 29-28.

Of the nine finals that went ahead today, only one ended with a stoppage.

Nili Block from Israel beat Alejandra Romero Calvo from Spain with a second round stoppage in the men's 60kg final.

Other results from today saw Estonia's Andra Aho beat another Spaniard, Laura De Blas De Pablo, in the women's 54kg category 30-27, in what was the first final of the day.

Turkey's Bediha Tacyildiz beat Russia's Viktoriia Sidorova 30-26 in the women's 67kg final.

Mikalai Sviadomski from Belarus beat yet another Russian Mark Valovich 29-28 in the men's 57kg category and finally Dogan Ali from Turkey beat Mikita Shostak from Belarus 30-27 in the men's 81kg final.

The results mean it was a day to forget to Russia, whose fighters lost all four finals in which they appeared.