Croatia's Ana Đerek won the gold medal in the women’s floor exercises on the final day of the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) Artistic Gymnastics World Cup in Baku’s National Gymnastics Arena.
Đerek scored 13,533 points, with Greece’s Ioanna Xoulogi taking the silver medal with 12,733.
Turkey’s representative Demet Mutlu won the bronze medal ahead of home athlete Yulia Inshina.
Inshina had been attempting to build upon the success of her compatriot Marina Nekrasova, who had taken silver in the previous day’s vault behind Uzbekistan’s Oksana Chusovitina.
In the women’s beam, China’s Luo Huan and Jiaqi Liu earned gold and silver medals with 13,400 and 12,933 points respectively.
Chusovitina earned her second medal of the weekend as 12,866 points won bronze.
Chinese male gymnast Hao Weng won gold on the pommel horse, scoring 15,100 points.
Lee Chih Kai of Chinese Taipei was second, with Japan’s Takaaki Sugino winning the bronze medal.
In other highlights, Japan's Kenta Chiba won gold medal on the parallel bars, scoring 14.999 points.
Second place went to Belarus' Andrey Likhovitsky, who scored 14.666 points, and the third to Turkey’s Ferhat Arican, who scored 14.366.
Japan’s Kazuma Kaya won the gold medal in men’s floor exercises with 14.233 points in the finals.
Ukraine’s Vladimir Gribuk won a silver medal with the result of 14.200 points and Slovenia’s Rok Klavora, who scored 14.000 points, won bronze.
Kaya said that his performance in qualification on Friday (March 16) had been weaker.
"At a more responsible stage, the finals, I did better," he said.
"The performance was also influenced by the excellent organization of these competitions in Baku, which helped me win gold."