China won a further two gold medals today to take their tally to five at the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) Wheelchair Fencing World Cup in Warsaw.
Paralympic champion Sun Gang beat Chen Liqiang in an all-Chinese men's épée category A final at the Polish capital's Airport Hotel Okecie.
Tan Shumei defeated Thailand's Saysunee Jana in the women's sabre category B final.
The men's épée category A bronze medallists were Great Britain’s Piers Gilliver, the Rio 2016 silver medallist who had triumphed at four out of his last five IWAS Wheelchair Fencing World Cups, and Russia’s Maxim Shaburov.
Rounding off the women's sabre category B podium were Ukraine’s Olena Fedota and Georgia’s Irma Khetsuriani, who had been hoping for an eighth IWAS Wheelchair Fencing World Cup title in a row.
Among today's other winners was Rio 2016 silver medallist Ammar Ali of Iraq after he overcame world champion Dimitri Coutya of Britain in the men's épée category B final.
The bronze medals went to China’s Hu Daoliang and Hungary's Istvan Tarjanyi.
There was also success for Hungary’s Amarilla Veres in the women's sabre category A event, beating China's Gu Haiyan in the final.
China's Bian Jing and world and European champion Natalia Morkvych of Ukraine shared third place.
Action in Warsaw is due to continue tomorrow with the first of two days of team events.
The men's foil and women's épée competitions are scheduled.