Muzaffarbek Turoboyev won Uzbekistan's second straight men's gold medal at the World Judo Championships in Tashkent ©Getty Images

Muzaffarbek Turoboyev secured a second consecutive men's title for Uzbekistan on day six of the World Judo Championships in Tashkent while Brazil's Mayra Aguiar clinched her third career gold at the event.

Turboyev followed on from Davlat Bobonov's triumph yesterday as he beat Canadian Pan American champion Kyle Reyes in the men's under-100-kilogram decider at the Humo Arena.

Reyes was on top for the majority of the bout as he pulled off numerous takedowns but could not make them count for a waza-ari or more.

The duel went to the golden score round where the Canadian continued to be in the ascendency against a tiring Turoboyev until the Uzbek used up all he had left to drive Reyes into the tatami with a morote gari.

The crowd burst into life after being silenced for much of the battle as the referee signalled for the winning waza-ari.

In the first men's bronze-medal match, reigning European champion Michael Korrel scored a similar counter-attacking victory.

The Dutchman picked up a late point against the run of play over Georgian Ilia Sulamanidze courtesy of a reverse leg sweep.

Triple European bronze medallist Zelym Kotsoiev then joined Korrel on the podium following victory against Belgian Toma Nikiforov to clinch his first world medal.

Mayra Aguiar, left, beat Ma Zhenzhao to seal her third world title in the women's under-78kg category ©Getty Images
Mayra Aguiar, left, beat Ma Zhenzhao to seal her third world title in the women's under-78kg category ©Getty Images

Prior to the men's bouts, seven-time Pan American champion Aguiar outclassed China's Ma Zhenzhao in the women's under-78kg for her third world title.

Aguiar claimed an early waza-ari and from then on carefully drained the clock predominantly by forcing her opponent into a time-consuming ground game.

Both women's bronze medallists were first of their country in Tashkent.

Ukraine's Yelyzaveta Lytvynenko took just 20 seconds to beat Japan's Shori Hamada following Beata Pacut-Kloczko of Poland's submission win against European gold medallist Alina Boehm of Germany.

There were huge shocks early on in the competition as both the men's and women's defending champions were knocked out in the quarter-finals.

Neither Portugal's Jorge Fonseca nor Anna-Maria Wagner of Germany were near the same level as in Budapest last year as they also lost in the repechage round, meaning they were unable to even contest for bronze.

The final day of individual competition is set to take place tomorrow with the women's over-78kg and men's over-100kg tournaments before the mixed teams contests on Thursday (October 13).