Nigerian Paralympic champion Bose Omolayo made history by breaking the women's under-79 kilogram world record on the final day of the World Para Powerlifting African Championships in Algiers.
The gold medallist from Rio 2016 lifted 137kg on her second attempt at the Harcha Hassan Arena and then managed 139.5kg on her fourth, which is 1kg heavier than the previous world record.
Egypt's Geehan Hassan came second behind the 29-year-old.
She lifted 127kg, while Morocco's Sanae Soubane took the bronze with a lift of 110kg.
It was a clean sweep for Nigeria in the women's events.
Loveline Obiji, the London 2012 Paralympic champion, beat Randa Mahmoud in the over-86kg class by lifting 145kg.
The Egyptian Mahmoud's best effort saw her lift 138kg, while Alergia's Nadia Medjmedi lifted 98kg to take bronze.
Another Nigerian, Folashade Oluwatemlayo, then won the under-86kg event.
She lifted 137kg to take gold.
Silver was taken by Egypt's Amany Ali and Daouia Soualmia of Algeria came third.
On the men's side, Nnamdi Innocent then took the last gold of the day in the under-72kg final.
He lifted 200kg to beat Algeria's Billel Bouchefra who lifted 49kg less, and Uganda's Muhamed Nigo.
Eleven golds in all for Nigeria meant they finished the event top of the table, while Egypt with eight finished second and the hosts Algeria came third with one.