Great Britain's Amy Truesdale was among the winners as the African Para-Taekwondo Championship in Hurghada today.
Despite the one-day Championships being a continental event, athletes from around the world competed in the Egyptian city.
Truesdale, who missed out on her third world title earlier this month in Antalya, beat current European champion Aynur Mammadova of Azerbaijan 14-11 in the final of the women's over-58 kilograms K44 category.
She earlier defeated reigning world champion Débora Menezes of Brazil 10-5 in the semi-finals at the Hurghada Covered Sports Hall.
Menezes was one of the two bronze medallists, along with France's Laura Schiel.
Today's other female champions were Ukrainians Viktoriia Marchuk and Yuliya Lypetska in the under-49kg K43 and over-58kg K43 divisions respectively.
Azerbaijan's Royala Fataliyeva won in the under-49kg K44 and Turkey's Gamze Gurdal in the under-58kg K44.
In men's competition, Azerbaijan's Nijat Muslumov triumphed in both the under-75kg K42 and K43 categories.
Russia's had two winners - Magomedzagir Isaldibirov in the under-75kg K44 and Zainutdin Ataev in the over-75kg K44.
The other victors were Ukraine's Anton Lipoviy in the under-61kg K42, France's Bopha Kong in the under-61kg K43, Morocco's Rachid Ismaili Alaoui in the over-75kg K43 and Brazil's Nathan Torquato in the under-61kg K44.
The fourth edition of the African Para-Taekwondo Open Championship attracted a record number of 120 participants from 28 countries.
Ahmed Fouly, President of World Taekwondo Africa and vice-president of World Taekwondo, claimed the main reason for the impressive turnout is the sport’s inclusion on the programme for the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
The event was hosted by Egypt for the first time.