France's Adam Siao Him Fa won on home ice on day two of the ISU Grand Prix de France ©Getty Images

Adam Siao Him Fa achieved home success in the men’s competition on the second day of the International Skating Union’s Grand Prix de France in Angers.

Him Fa moved from third place overnight to top the standings following the free skate.

Him Fa finished with 268.98 points to win his first Grand Prix medal, and a first gold for a Frenchman at Grand Prix level since 2009.

Overnight leader Sota Yamamoto of Japan took silver with his total of 257.90 points, with a fall on a quad Salchow proving crucial in his free skate routine.

The podium was completed by Kazuki Tomono of Japan who finished on a total of 248.77 points, as he dropped from second place overnight after a routine featuring some shaky quads.

In the women’s event Loena Hendrickx of Belgium converted her overnight lead to take victory.

Hendrickx scored a total of 216.34 points, winning by more than 20 points after an impressive free skate that saw her complete six triple jumps and seal a first Grand Prix gold for her nation.

Yelim Kim of South Korea finished second overall with 194.76 points, despite two falls in her free skate.

The podium was completed by Japan’s Rion Sumiyoshi, who moved up from fifth to third in the overall standings after a free skate routine that featured five clean triples.

Sumiyoshi scored 194.34 points as she won her first medal on the ISU Grand Prix circuit.

The ice dance competition was won by Italians Charlene Guignard and Marco Fabbri, who won their first Grand Prix gold medal as they converted their overnight lead into victory.

In the free dance the pair moved on to a total of 207.95 points overall after a routine featuring innovative lifts and fast-paced footwork.

Canadians Laurence Fournier Beaudry and Nikolaj Soerensen took silver after their routine featuring some difficult lifts and steps moved them on to 201.93 points overall.

The podium remained unchanged from the end of day one, with bronze won by Evgeniia Lopareva and Geoffrey Brissaud, who ended with a total of 187.15 points.

Finally in the pairs free skating overnight leaders Deanna Stellato-Dudek and Maxime Deschamps of Canada completed victory with a final tally of 185.84 points.

The Nebelhorn Trophy champions impressed with a routine featuring a rarely-seen forward outside death spiral, and stayed top of the podium despite a fall from Stellato-Dudek on a throw triple loop.

Silver went to French pair Camille and Pavel Kovalev with a final tally of 179.85 points after a solid free skate routine.

The podium was completed by German duo Annika Hocke and Robert Kunkel, who moved up from fifth overnight after a routine featuring a triple twist and triple Salchow-double Axel sequence that saw them finish with 179.73 points.

The next round of the Grand Prix of Figure Skating season is due to be the MK John Wilson Trophy in Sheffield, England, scheduled for November 11 to 13.