France topped the medals table at the JJIF Grand Prix in Paris ©JJIF

France topped the medals table at their home Ju-Jitsu International Federation (JJIF) Grand Prix in Paris, earning six of the available 31 golds.

Laetitia Boes triumphed in the jiu-jitsu women's under-48 kilograms with victory against Ukraine's Oleksandra Rusetska in the final of a weight category in which another home favourite in Amélie Gilly took bronze at the Judo Institute on Avenue de la Porte de Châtillon.

There was also a jiu-jitsu gold for a French athlete in Frederic Husson in the men's over-94kg, beating Germany's Louis Theodoridis in the final, and four victories in the ju-jitsu discipline.

Aurélie Clairet and Hugo Claire won an all-French mixed duo decider against Océane Trehiou Floquet and Antoine Cedoz.

Sherley Dort triumphed in the women's over-70kg against Anja Guercke of Germany in the final, Chloé Lalande emerged victorious at under-70kg against German rival Annalena Bauer, and Estelle Gaspard overcame Ukraine's Daria Honcharenko at under-52kg.

The United Arab Emirates and The Netherlands both collected four golds apiece.

Khaled Al Shehhi triumphed for the UAE against Saudi Arabia's Abdulmalik Al Murdhi in the men's under-62kg jiu-jitsu final, and Omar Al Suwaidi won an all-UAE final against Theyab Alnuaimi in the men's under-56kg jiu-jitsu.

UAE's Balqees Abdurlkarim won the women's under-45kg jiu-jitsu event against her compatriot Aysha Abdulla Alshamsi, and Abdulla Alkubaisi won an all-UAE men's under-94kg jiu-jitsu final against Hazaea Farhan.

The Dutch successes came in the ju-jitsu discipline.

Géneviève Bogers defeated Belgium's Licaï Pourtois in the women's under-57kg final, Marie-Flore Redegeld saw off Germany's Lilian Weiken at women's under-63kg, Ecco van der Veer triumphed over compatriot Jasper de Beer for men's under-69kg gold and Boy Vogelzang triumphed in the men's under-77kg against France's Percy Kunsa.

Germany collected a ju-jitsu gold through Daniel Zmeev at men's under-85kg and jiu-jitsu golds through Denise Krahn and Elsa Braun at women's under-70kg and over-70kg respectively.

Pnina Aronov and May Daniel earned golds for Israel in the women's under-52kg and under-57kg jiu-jitsu respectively, while Kazakhstan's Mansur Khabibulla triumphed in the men's under-69kg jiu-jitsu and Samat Sarsenuly in the men's under-56kg ju-jitsu.

Bohdan Mochulskyi won the men's under-62kg ju-jitsu and Roman Nepota the men's under-85kg jiu-jitsu for Ukraine, and Sweden also enjoyed a double success through Max Lindblad and Astrid Scholin in the men's under-77kg and women's under-63kg jiu-jitsu respectively.

Austria was the other nation with multiple winners in the men's and mixed duo ju-jitsu.

Loane Collie and Morgan Rapilly for Belgium in the women's duo ju-jitsu, Martina Porcile for Italy in the women's under-48kg ju-jitsu, Tiago Balão for Portugal in the men's over-94kg ju-jitsu, and Mikkel Kailow for Denmark in the men's under-94kg were the other winners.

Pathum Thani in Thailand is due to host the next JJIF Grand Prix from May 19 to 21.