Magomedrasul Gazimagomedov was one of eight Russian wrestlers who won gold at the UWW  Ivan Yariguin Grand Prix ©Getty Images

Russia thrilled the home crowd at the United World Wrestling (UWW) Ivan Yariguin Grand Prix in Krasnoyarsk after winning five gold medals out of a possible seven today. 

Russia's two-time world champion Magomedrasul Gazimagomedov claimed the first gold at the Football Arena Yenisei in Krasnoyarsk, comfortably defeating Mongolia's Ganzorig Mandakhnaran 10-0 in the 70 kilograms freestyle final.

It was then an all-Russian final in the 57kg freestyle competition.

Muslim Sadulaev outlasted his compatriot Abasgadzhi Magomedov to win the gold medal with the score at 4-4. 

Russia's third gold medal came from under-23 world champion Magomedrasul Idrisov, who beat Romania's Nikolai Okhlopkov 7-0 in the 61kg freestyle final. 

The final two Russian gold medals came in the women's wrestling competition against Japanese opponents. 

Viktoriia Vaulina was victorious in the 55kg final, easing past Nao Taniyama 7-0, while Mariia Kuznetsova defeated Misuzu Enomoto 9-4 in the 65kg gold medal bout.

The remaining two gold medals of the day went to two Japanese wrestlers. 

Kika Kagata dominated the 50kg final, winning against Russia's Anzhelika Vetoshkina 10-0.

Yuzuka Inagaki then beat Svetlana Lipatova in the 59kg final 4-3. 

Tomorrow is due see the men's finals of the 65kg, 79kg and 125kg freestyle events and the finals of the 53kg, 57kg, 62kg and 68kg in the women's wrestling.