Egypt claimed a hat-trick of gold medals as the Fazza 2019 World Para Powerlifting World Cup continued in Dubai.
Fatma Korany, Amal Mahmoud and Mohamed Elelfat all triumphed at the Dubai Club for People of Determination in the United Arab Emirates city.
Korany lifted 110 kilograms to win the women's under-61kg division.
She just beat compatriot Gihan Abdelaziz into silver on 109kg, with Yasemin Ceylan of Turkey taking bronze on 100kg.
Mahmoud triumphed in the women's under-73kg category, hoisting up 120kg.
Sibel Cam won Turkish silver on 115kg as bronze went to Jordan's Asma Issa who raised 112kg.
Elelfat was Egypt's sole men's winner, coming out on top in the 80kg class.
He claimed a big victory with a lift of 225kg in the heavyweight category, dwarfing the 189kg managed by Greek silver medallist Gkremislav Moysiadis.
Britain's Michael Yule won bronze on 188kg.
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The other two gold medals decided today went to Brazil and Iraq.
Mariana D'Andrea won for the South American nation in the women's under-67kg, lifting up 112kg.
Hyeong Hui Kim registered 106kg for South Korean silver as Tetiana Shyrokolava recorded 105kg for the bronze.
Iraq's success came in the men's under-72kg category thanks to Rasool Mohsin.
He registered a big lift of 220kg as second-placed Mahmoud Attia of Egypt trailed a long way behind on 185kg.
Sergey Meladze of Turkmenistan lifted 175kg as he won bronze.
Medals will be decided tomorrow in the men's under-88kg and under-97kg divisions, as well as the women's under-79kg.