Uzbekistan dominated the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Judo Asia-Oceania Championships on home soil in capital city Tashkent.
Judokas from the central Asian nation dominated across two days of competition at the Universal Sport Complex.
Rio 2016 Paralympic champion Sherzod Namozov was a predictable winner in the under-60 kilograms division after a victory over South Korean opponent Min Jae-Lee in the final.
Another South Korean in Jang Seong-jin shared bronze with Seyed Meysam Banitaba Khorram Abadi of Iran.
Other home wins on the men's side were achieved by Feruz Sayidov and Shukhrat Boboev in the respective men's under-73 and under-90kg events.
Sayidov beat team-mate Davurkhon Karomatov in the final as Kazakhstan's Temirzhan Daulet shared bronze with Yang Seung-jun of South Korea.
Boboev beat South Korea's Lee Yuhan in the final as Iranian Mohammad Ali Shanani shared bronze with another Uzbek in Kuvondikjon Bobzorov.
Saeid Radmati claimed Iranian gold after beating Kazakh opponent Azamat Turumbetov in the under-66kg final.
Jaydeepkumar Hridaya Singh took Indian bronze along with Adizjon Tuymurodov of Uzbekistan.
South Korea claimed under-81kg honours courtesy of Kim Yun-ho.
He beat Seyed Omid Jafari of Iran in the final as Shohruz Toshev and Akhliddin Umarov had to be content with two host nation bronzes.
Only four countries participated in women's competitions as Uzbekistan claimed all five titles.
Yokutkhon Komilova won at under-48kg and Sevinch Salaeva took the under-52kg title.
Nafisa Sheripboeva, Tursunpashsha Nurmetova and Vasila Aliboeva took respective under-57kg, under-63kg and under-70kg honours.
There were no entrants in the heavyweight over-70kg competition.