Russia completed a clean sweep of the combat sambo events as the European Sambo Championships concluded in Gijón in Spain.
The Russian team finished the event at Palacio de Deportes de Gijón with a haul of 15 gold medals.
It included all nine on offer in the combat sambo discipline, which is for men only.
Vladimir Lamonov beat Jon Balayan of Armenia to claim gold in the 52 kilograms final, while Albert Shangaraev overcame Vasili Astapets of Belarus at 68kg.
Roman Egorov defeated Petro Davydenko of Ukraine in the 90kg gold medal bout to cap another resounding display from the Russian squad.
Russia also enjoyed success in the men's 82kg division as Sergey Kiryuchin despatched Vahagn Chalyan of Armenia in the final.
The other five titles on offer today were claimed by sambists from four different countries.
Georgia clinched two gold medals as Tornike Tchovelidze inflicted more disappointment on the Armenian team with victory over Maksim Manukyan in the 62kg final.
Elene Kebadze was the other Georgian victor as she ousted Anastasiia Sapsai of Ukraine in the over 80kg women's weight class.
France's Laure Fournier defeated Moldova's Donos in the women's 56kg final, while Ukraine's Hanna Antykalo topped the 68kg podium by overcoming Volha Namazava of Belarus.
Romanian Daniel Natea triumphed in the men's over 100kg category as he edged out Beka Berdzenishvili of Georgia in the gold medal bout.