Host nation England have soared to the top of the medal table at the Commonwealth Judo Championships in Walsall.
After the second day, England have 16 golds from a total of 61 medals, followed by India on eight golds and Scotland with four at the Walsall campus of the University of Wolverhampton.
In the senior events, Chloe Robyns-Landricombe won the women's under-52 kilograms title, beating compatriot Niamh Southgate.
Olivia Spellman also earned under-63kg gold, defeating another English fighter, Verity Stephens.
James Hayes won English gold in the under-81kg men's division, seeing off Adam Hoshal, also representing England.
Tomas Luckas won the men's under-90kg by beating Divesh of India, while Thomas Alberts earned the over-100kg crown by beating fellow countryman William Bush.
In the other divisions, Shushila Devi Likmabam beat Rishitsta Haribhai Kareliya in an all-India women's under-48kg final, while there was also gold for India in the under-57kg, Tariyal Suchika beating Jodie Caller of England.
Jamaica's Ebony Drysdale-Daley, who fought at the World Judo Championships in Tokyo, sealed Commonwealth gold as she beat England's Annie Boby in the women's under-70kg.
Rachel Tytler took gold for Scotland by defeating England's Imogen Ranner in the women's under-78kg, while in the over-78kg Maan Tulika of India beat Trinidad and Tobago's Gabriella Wood.
There was more gold for India as Vijay Kumar Yadav beat Wales' Daniel Rabbitt in the men's under-60kg, while Saini Jasleen Singh beat another Welshman, Gregg Varey, in the under-66kg.
Scotland's Aiden Moffat won the under-73kg, beating Nilesh Balhara of India, as Cailin Calder of Scotland triumphed in the under-100kg by seeing off India's Avtar Singh.
The senior events concluded today, with the veteran competitions taking place tomorrow.