Aleksandra Kowalczuk has won her second World Taekwondo Grand Prix gold of 2018 in the women's over-67 kilogram category in Moscow.
The Polish fighter, who won European Championship gold in the over-73kg category earlier this year, took the Moscow Grand Prix title at the USK CSKA Basketball Arena by beating Croatia's Bruna Vuletic in the final, 11-9.
Kowalczuk made it into the final by beating China's Shuyin Zheng in the last four, who was the first seed.
Her opponent in the final, meanwhile, Vuletic, made it through by dispatching Serbia’s Milica Mandic.
As is the case in taekwondo, both semi-final losers, Mandic and Zheng, were given the bronze.
Two other categories were completed today, the women's under-57kg class and the men's under-58kg category.
The other women's event was won by Irem Yaman from Turkey, who won the world under-62kg title in 2015.
Yaman beat Bruna Vuletic from Croatia in her final, 12-5.
The bronzes in that event went to Tatiana Kudashova from Russia and another Turk, Hatice Kubra Ilgun, who each lost their semi-finals.
The only men’s class in action today was won by Jun Jang from Korea.
He took the under-58kg class by beating Armin Hadipour Seighalani from Iran.
The bronzes went to Vito Dell’Aquila from Italy and Andrei Kanaev from Russia.