World champion Dina Averina secured all-around gold at the final Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup event of the year in Pesaro in Italy.
Dina Averina pipped sister Arina to the all-around title after scoring 108.800 points.
Arina Averina was forced to settle for silver on 106.475, with bronze going to Alina Harnasko of Belarus on 105.150.
There was further glory for Dina in the hoops competition, which she won with a score of 26.900.
Israel's Linoy Ashram did enough for silver on 26.850, 0.050 clear of Arina Averina in third.
Arina Averina, the 2018 European all-around champion and double world all-around silver medallist, also claimed two titles in the Italian city.
She topped the clubs standings on 28.800 ahead of Ashram in second and Dina in third, before beating her sister to gold in the ribbon competition with a score of 24.700.
Ashram ensured she did not leave Pesaro without a gold medal as she clinched victory in the ball event on 28.550 points.
Dina Averina was second on 28.300 and Arina earned bronze on 28.100.
Italy won both team titles on offer on the last day of the World Cup season.
The Italians topped the five balls leaderboard on 46.950, with Russia claiming silver on 45.350 and Japan bronze with 43.800.
Italy also reigned supreme in the three hoops and two pairs of clubs event having scored 44.150.
Russia sealed silver on 43.200 and Israel clinched bronze on 41.600.