South Korea's Yoon Hyun-ji triumphed in the women's under-78kg event in Almada for her first gold medal on the World Judo Tour ©IJF

Asian champion Yoon Hyun-ji was one of three South Korean winners on the final day of the Portugal Grand, while Olympic bronze medallist Jorge Fonseca earned a second gold of the event for the host nation.

Yoon earned her maiden victory on the World Judo Tour in the women's under-78 kilograms event at the Municipal Sports Complex of the City of Almada, overcoming Italy's Alice Bellandi with a waza-ari from an ura-nage in golden score in the final.

Lee Jeong-yun doubled the South Korean presence on the podium as she beat Britain's Emma Reid to share third place with Israel's Inbar Lanir, who impressively defeated the European champion Beata Pacut of Poland.

A bronze medallist at last year's Asian Championships, Kim Ha-yun also earned gold for South Korea in the women's over-78kg weight division in Almada, with Stessie Bastareaud of France disqualified for using a forbidden technique on her opponent's arm.

A Briton was denied in a contest for third again as Mongolia's Adiyasuren Amarsaikhan came out on top in golden score versus Sarah Adlington, while The Netherlands' Marit Kamps earned the other bronze medal as Ivana Maranić of Croatia was unable to compete.

The men's over-100kg event took South Korea's golden tally for the Grand Prix up to four as Asian Championship silver medallist Kim Min-jong won the final against Yuta Nakamura of Japan.

Senegal's Mbagnick Ndiaye and Hungary's Richárd Sipőcz took the heavyweight bronze medals at the expense of Martti Puumalainen of Finland and American Christian Konoval, respectively.

Back-to-back world champion and Tokyo 2020 bronze medallist Fonseca helped the host nation to earn their second gold medal of the Grand Prix, seeing off Switzerland's Daniel Eich in the men's under-100kg decider.

Giorgi Beriashvili of Georgia beat Croatian Marko Kumric to the first bronze medal, with L.A. Smith III of the United States securing the second against Azerbaijan's Adil Karimli.

The Netherlands' Jesper Smink took the other gold medal of the day on his first appearance in a World Judo Tour final in the men's under-90kg category, ensuring his country finished second behind South Korea in the overall standings.

Smink consigned Christian Parlati of Italy to silver.

Romania's Alex Cret overcame Iurie Mocanu of Moldova to place jointly third alongside Tajikistan's Komronshokh Ustopiriyon, who defeated Imeda Gogoladze of Georgia.

The Paris Grand Slam is the next scheduled event on the World Judo Tour, and is due to take place next Saturday and Sunday (February 5 and 6).