Dina Averina of Russia claimed another three gold medals at the International Gymnastics Federation Challenge Cup in Kazan, having already earned the individual all-around title.
The 21-year-old first triumphed in the ball event at the Kazan Gymnastics Center, finishing ahead of twin sister Arina Averina and Boryana Kaleyn of Bulgaria.
Dina Averina then topped the podium in the clubs, with Arina Averina again taking silver and Alina Harnasko of Belarus receiving the bronze medal.
Her third gold medal came in the ribbon event, with Arina Averina second and Katsiaryna Halkina third.
Arina Averina finally managed to overcome her sister in the hoop competition.
Dina Averina had to make do with the silver medal, while Harnasko finished with bronze.
Medals were also awarded in the group events, with Russia claiming gold in the five balls.
They scored 29.150 points to emerge victorious, edging past Bulgaria on 28.500 and Japan on 27.550.
Bulgaria were triumphant in the three hoops and two clubs, with the team managing a score of 28.100.
Russia finished second with 27.150, while Israel were third with 26.750.