Uzbekistan won the mixed team event as the the World Para Powerlifting World Cup in Tbilisi wrapped up.
The Uzbekistan team of Ruza Kuzieva, Nuriddin Davlatov and Farhod Umirazkov scored 446.31 points in the final to beat Brazil.
Brazil's total was 435.68.
Kuzieva won an individual gold medal earlier in the tournament, while Davlatov was a runner-up.
Hungary, with 382.25 points, won a third-place playoff versus Chile.
Kazaksthan failed to reach the semi-finals, but did end the World Cup with the overall team trophy.
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The was also a home gold on the final day, with Ahmad Razm Azar earning the men's under-80-kilogram crown for Georgia, with a winning lift of 194kg.
Greece's Gkremislav Moysiadis agonisingly lost by 1kg, while Brazil's Ailton de Souza lifted 182kg to finish third.
Razm Azar used to compete for Azerbaijan.
At under-97kg, Colombia's Fabio Torres was a clear victor with a best of 218kg.
Moldova's Stefan Rosca won the silver medal, 15kg behind, and Nurlan Babajanov of Azerbaiajan was third on 190kg.
The next World Para Powerlifting World Cup is due to begin on June 19 in Dubai.