Russia won four gold medals as men's junior action took centre stage at the World Taekwondo President's Cup for Europe region in Antalya.
Alexander Pryazhnikov won in the heavweight over-78 kilograms category at the Turkish city's Maritim Hotel Convention Center.
He defeated compatriot Mikhail Poduzov in the final as two home Turkish bronzes went to Muaz Yetimogl and Ismail Seymen Kazan.
Russia also triumphed at under-78kg as Nikita Kobzev defeated Jordan's Fahed Sbeihi in the gold medal bout.
The country also clinched both bronzes thanks to Aleksei Karataev and Vladislav Airiian.
Said Abdullaev was another Russian winner at under-59kg, denying Turkish home hope Osman Turker Kose in the final.
Greece and Jordan won bronze thanks to Evangelos Nikolaou and Loay Nazzal respectively.
The fourth Russian gold was won by Maxim Emelkin, who beat team-mate Khanmagomed Ramazanov in the under-63kg final.
Abdyrakhman Kadyrov added to Russia's haul with bronze alongside Pablo Patino Pombal of Spain.
Elsewhere, Turkey enjoyed another good day on home mats with three titles of their own.
Semih Ozer won at under-48kg, winning an all-Turkish final against Yigithan Kilic.
Italy's Matias Lomartire won bronze with another home fighter in Server Balaban.
Mahmut Kusku clinched further home gold in a second final pitting two home athletes against each other, getting the better of under-55kg rival Omer Yasin Orhan.
Tobias Hyttel of Denmark and Giuseppe Foti of Italy won bronze.
The under-68kg title was another to end in Turkish hands as Mustafa Emre Teke won the showpiece match against Italy's Andrea Riondino.
Russia's Iaroslav Petrenko and Ahmed Walid of Palestine did enough to climb onto the third step of the podium.
Two other nations also secured titles today with Kazakhstan and Jordan both registering a solitary success.
Azamat Rakhymbayev won the Kazakh gold, beating fellow countryman Yelzhan Yelshibay in the under-51kg final.
Bronze medals went to Turkey's Deniz Tanriverdi and Dmitrii Shishko of Russia.
Abdalhadi Al-Shwali topped the under-73kg division for Jordan, getting the better of Russia's Stepan Slepov in his final.
Russia's Dmitry Starukhin won bronze with Soririos Michopoulos of Greece.
Senior women will be in action tomorrow.