Russia swept the podium in the women's 800 metres as they continued their dominance at the 23rd Summer Deaflympics in Turkish city Samsun.
Iuliia Abubiakirova led home the Russian charge as she won the gold medal in a time of 2min 13.72 sec at the İlkadım Athletics Fields.
Diana Solodova clocked 2:15.09 to seal the silver medal, while bronze went to compatriot Ekaterina Kudriavtseva.
Aliaknsandr Cherniak of Belarus clinched the men's 800m honours in a time of 1:53.81.
He was nearly a second quicker than closest rival Lee Moo-yong of South Korea, who had to settle for silver.
Spaniard Jaime Martinez Morga came through to earn bronze.
Maki Yamada of Japan secured gold in the men's 200 metres as Ksenia Golovina of Russia took the women's honours.
Yamada powered to victory in the men's race by clocking 22.30sec.
Dmytro Vyshynskyi of Ukraine did enough for the silver medal, while Taylor Koss was narrowly adrift in bronze medal position.
Russia continued their impressive performance so far at the event as Golovina crossed the line in 25.96 to top the podium in the women's race.
Beryl Wamira of Kenya was the recipient of the silver as she could not live with the Russian's time.
Tatsiana Chabatarova of Belarus claimed bronze.
Cuba claimed their second gold medal of the Deaflympics as Suslaidy Girat Rivero triumphed in the women's triple jump with a best effort of 13.23 metres.
Her effort saw her finish comfortably ahead of Marharyta Hralko of Belarus and Russian athlete Angela Alemseitova, silver and bronze medallists respectively.
Elsewhere on a busy day of action, Japan produced a commanding display to clinch the women's volleyball title as they beat Italy in straight sets at the Mustafa Dagistanli Sports Hall.
The Japanese side prevailed by virtue of a straightforward 25-15, 25-14, 25-17 success.
Bronze was secured by the United States, who overcame Ukraine 25-16, 25-12, 25-22.
More than 3,000 athletes from 97 countries are taking part at the premier event for deaf athletes in the Black Sea city.
They are competing in 20 sports - athletics, badminton, basketball, beach volleyball, bowling, road cycling, football, golf, handball, judo, karate, mountain bike, orienteering, shooting, swimming, table tennis, taekwondo, tennis, volleyball and wrestling.