Turkey won four titles out of a possible five as the World University Wrestling Championships continued in Goiania in Brazil.
Men's Greco-Roman took centre stage on the latest day of action at the Rio Vermelho Gymnasium.
Burhan Akbudak won at under-82 kilograms as he defeated Tastuya Fujii of Japan in the final.
Bronze went to Rosian Dermanski of Bulgaria.
At under-55kg, Ekrem Ozturk won Turkish gold over Japan's Hiromu Katagiri.
Murat Dag won at under-72kg, beating another Japanese opponent in Takahiro Yamamoto as Robert Fritsch of Hungary won bronze.
Faith Baskoy added to Turkish success with under-97kg gold, defeating Bendegúz Tóth of Hungary in the final.
Bulgaria won another bronze through Andemir Tenov.
Japan did stand atop of the podium in the under-63kg, thanks to Yusuke Kitaoka's win over Russian Ruben Minasian.
Mexico's Oliveres Banuelos won bronze.
"We have come to represent and honour our country," said Akbudak.
"We trained hard every day and came to demonstrate that effort here.
"Wrestling is a very strong sport in Turkey, so it's very important for us."
Competition in Goiana concludes tomorrow.