Russia claimed three golds at the European Gymnastics Trampoline Championships including in the men's team tumbling ©European Gymnastics

Russia claimed three team gold medals on the second day of the European Gymnastics Trampoline Championships, which saw senior finals take centre stage.

Russia’s first gold came in the men’s team tumbling as they scored 113.800 to secure victory thanks to an impressive performance from their final competitor Aleksandr Lisitsyn.

The silver medal went to Denmark, who started strongly before finishing on 112.100 while the bronze went to Portugal with a score of 101.500.

Russia’s second gold of the day came in the men’s double mini-trampoline, as the favourites for the discipline showed impressive technique to score 115.400 to claim victory.

Silver went to Portugal with a total of 113.800 while the bronze medal went to Sweden with 107.300.

Russia claimed their third gold of the day’s action at the Iceberg Arena in Sochi in the women’s team trampoline event, as they recovered from an early mistake by European champion Yana Pavlova to score 165.470.

Belarus took silver with a score of 159.550 while France secured bronze with a total of 157.515.

In the women’s team tumbling discipline, victory went to France with a total of 101.100.

Silver went to Russia with 100.600 while the bronze medal was claimed by Belgium who scored 98.700.

Russia did not make the podium in the men’s team trampoline which was won by Belarus with a score of 183.805.

The silver medal went to Portugal with 175.470 while France took bronze with 175.425.

Elsewhere, qualification took place today in the junior double mini-trampoline and tumbling categories, and the senior trampoline discipline.

Russia topped qualification in the girls team double mini-trampoline event while Belarus topped the qualifying standings in the boys team event.

In the tumbling disciplines, Russia were the top qualifiers in both the boys and girls categories.

In the senior trampolining events, Belarus were the top qualifier in the men’s competition while Russia topped qualifying in the women’s event.