Sherzod Namozov was among Uzbekistan's seven winners ©Getty Images

Uzbekistan dominated the International Blind Sports Federation Judo Asian and Oceanian Championships in Atyrau as they took home seven gold medals.

The country's winners included reigning Paralympic champion Sherzod Namozov who beat Kazakhstan's home fighter Anuar Sariyev in the men's under-66 kilograms.

Namozov has not lost a bout at a regional event since 2014 and could not be stopped at Atyrau Sports Hall.

Shirin Sharipov clinched Uzbek gold in the men's over-100kg as he got the better of Iran's world champion Mohammadreza Kheirollahzadeh.

Sharipov also beat Paralympic gold medallist Gwan Geun Choi of South Korea en-route to the title.

Davurkhon Karomatov won the men's under-81kg title as the Uzbek saw off Japan's Aramitsu Kitazono.

Sharif Khalilov then won under-100kg gold for the central Asian nation, thanks to victory over another Japanese fighter in Yoshikazu Matsumoto.

In the women's divisions Uzbekistan won three more golds with Savinch Salaeva defending her under-52kg crown by beating China's Yanqing Li.

Shirin Sharipov was also part of the Uzbekistan gold rush ©Getty Images
Shirin Sharipov was also part of the Uzbekistan gold rush ©Getty Images

Vasila Aliboeva was another reigning champion to triumph again as she saw off China's Ping Ying in the under-70kg, while Parvina Samandarova took top honours at under-57kg in front of Indonesia's Melinda Artia Garini.

The Uzbeks did not have it all their own way, however, as Termizhan Daulet grabbed home gold for Kazakhstan in the men's under-73kg.

He got the better of Uzbekistan's world champion Feruz Sayidov en-route to his success.

Reza Gholami and Vahid Nouri impressed for Iran as both became regional champions.

Gholami won the men's under-66kg in front of Chinese Taipei's Shao-Hao Chang while Nouri ended ahead of Uzbekistan's Shukhrat Boboev in the men's under-90kg.

China celebrated a pair of women's titles with Hongyu Wang denying Kazakhstan's Zarina Baibatina at over-100kg.

Yue Wang topped the under-63kg pile at the expense of Uzbekistan's Nafisa Sheripboeva.