Georgia retained their men’s team title on the final day of the European Judo Championships in Poland’s capital Warsaw, beating Russia to the gold medal.
With the scores level after four matches at the Torwar Arena, Guram Tushishvili beat Renat Saidov by ippon in the decisive encounter to secure Georgia their fifth crown in six years - all of which have come at the expense of Russia.
Vazha Margvelashvili gave Georgia a 1-0 lead with victory over Anzaur Ardanov, before Uali Kurzhev equalised for Russia after overcoming Lasha Shavdatuashvili.
Stanislav Semenov then gave Russia the lead having got the better of Zebeda Rekhviashvili, but Beka Gviniashvili defeated Magomed Magomedov to bring Georgia back onto level terms prior to over 100 kilograms European champion Tushishvili finishing the job.
Ukraine won one of the two bronze medals after opponents Azerbaijan were disqualified for failing to field their last two judokas when holding an unassailable 3-0 lead.
The second bronze medal went the way of Hungary, who thrashed France 5-0.
France were on the right end of a 5-0 scoreline in the women’s team final as they comfortably defeated hosts and defending champions Poland.
Amandine Buchard opened the contest with victory over Karolina Pieńkowska and the lead was doubled by Helene Receveaux, who saw off the challenge of Julia Kowalczyk.
Margaux Pinot beat Karolina Talach to score the match-winning point before Marie-Eve Gahié and Olympic champion Émilie Andéol completed the whitewash with wins over Sandra Lickun and Anna Zaleczna respectively.
Victory sees France regain the title they won in 2014 and 2015.
The latter came at the inaugural European Games in Azerbaijan's capital Baku.
Germany beat The Netherlands 3-2 to claim a bronze medal and were joined on the third step of the podium by Croatia, 4-1 winners against Russia.
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