Russia's Dina Averina continued her successful season with a gold medal in the individual all-around at the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) Challenge Cup in Kazan.
The 21-year-old triumphed at the same event in Minsk earlier this month, with the gymnast also winning three European Games gold medals in the same city in June.
Her good form has since continued at the Kazan Gymnastics Center.
Averina scored 90.450 to top the podium, finishing ahead of her twin sister, Arina Averina, on 86.800.
RUS, BUL & ITA are the medalists AA in #WCCKazan2019 🔝— Rhythmic Gymnastic World (@WorldRhythmic) August 31, 2019
Results Groups AA
🥇Russia 🇷🇺 58,450
🥈Bulgaria 🇧🇬 57,500
🥉Italy 🇮🇹 56,900
4. Japan 🇯🇵 55,700
5. Uzbekistan 🇺🇿 54,000
6. Israel 🇮🇱 53,350
7. China 🇨🇳 53,250
8. Finland 🇫🇮 52,250
9. Brazil 🇧🇷 50,150
10. Spain 🇪🇸 49,850 pic.twitter.com/wgaRil5MAG
In third place was Katrin Taseva with 80.900 points.
The Averina twins then took gold in the all-around team event, with Russia emerging triumphant with 58.450.
Bulgaria finished with silver after scoring 57.500, while Italy were third with 56.900.
Competition continues tomorrow.