Russia secured the two titles on offer on the second day of competition at the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships in the Spanish city of Guadalajara.
The Russian team, consisting of juniors Lala Kramarenko, Anastasiia Sergeeva, Polina Shmatko, Daria Trubnikova and Mariia Kravtsova as well as senior gymnasts, put in an excellent performance in the team event to post a points total of 151.425.
This gave them a margin of victory of more than 10 points over Ukrainian trio Viktoriia Onoprieenko, Khrystyna Pohranychna and Anastasiya Voznyak, who scored 141.000 points overall.
Following her team’s win, Kramarenko said: “I like it very much here!
"And I love that the Spanish crowd not only support the Spanish gymnasts but everyone.
"The atmosphere is convivial and warm.”
Bulgarians Anna Kelman, Tatyana Volozhanina, Elizabet Yovcheva and Elena Bineva won bronze thanks to a total of 140.600.
Russia's other title came in the senior group event but it was a much tougher competition than the team contest.
Russia posted a total of 43.625 points, which was enough to beat Italy's score of 42.900.
Bulgaria claimed their second bronze of the day with a score of 41.750.
The event concludes tomorrow.