Olympic champion Uladzislau Hancharou took the gold medal in the men's individual trampoline final at the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) Trampoline World Cup in Baku.
The Rio 2016 gold medallist from Belarus had topped qualification yesterday and continued his dominance into the final, scoring 61.590 points in total to take victory at the National Gymnastics Arena.
In second was China's Dong Dong with 60.320 points and Japan's Kishi Daiki finished third with 59.365.
China's Liu Lingling was triumphant in the woman's trampoline event, scoring 57.050 points.
Canada's double Olympic gold medallist Rosannagh MacLennan took the silver medal after scoring 56.245 points, while Japan's Chisato Doihata finished in third with 55.800.
Lin Qianqi, the leader in qualifying yesterday, could come only seventh in the final.
Crowd favourite, Mikhail Malkin of Azerbaijan, finished second in the men's tumbling final.
His score of 74.600 points was not enough to prevent Vadim Afanasev from winning gold, the Russian achieving 75.100.
Another Russian, Maksim Riabikov, finished in third, scoring 72.000 points.