Hosts China won both of the individual compound finals on the final day of action at the 2017 World Archery Para Championships in Beijing.
Paralympic champions Zhou Jiamin and Ai Xinliang provided an emphatic conclusion for the hosts at the China Administration for Sports for Persons with Disabilities Centre, a venue at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.
The duo combined to win the team compound open event at Rio 2016 but secured individual success today.
Ai beat the Rio 2016 champion, Andre Shelby of the United States, in the men's final by one point with his final arrow.
He delivered a 10 when he needed it most to take a 142-141 victory.
Another American, Ben Thompson, secured the bronze medal.
Zhou defeated Russia’s Tatiana Andrievskaia in the compound women’s open gold medal match.
Trailing throughout, Zhou drew level at the end of the fourth end and then finished with a nine, 10, 10, to her opponent’s 28, to seal a 141-140 victory.
“This is very good for our country, it shows how happy and talented we are,” said Zhou.
“I am so happy and proud to be a part of this.
"The support helped so much, I feel the love from my family, friends, even people that I don’t know.”
Zhou's Chinese teammate Lin Yueshan took bronze earlier this week.
Iran endured a mixed day in the compound team finals.
Despite competing in all three gold medal matches, the Asian nation only managed to pick up one title.
The Iranians prevailed in the women's event as they proved too strong for hosts China, winning 229-223.
Russia thrashed Italy 229-217 to seal third place.
The Russians then went on to claim the mixed team gold medal after overcoming Iran in a shoot off.
After drawing 151-151, the Russians managed to snatch the title by scoring 20 points to Iran's 18.
Great Britain took bronze after narrowly defeating Italy 152-151.
There was further misery for Iran in the men's team compound final after they were edged 226-225 by Italy.
The US eased to the bronze medal as they proved too strong for Russia, winning 228-223.