China were the biggest winners as action began today at the World Taekwondo President's Cup for Asia region on Kish Island in Iran.
As reported by Iran Press, China claimed a total of eight medals - made up of five golds, two silvers and one bronze - at the Kish Olympic Sports Complex.
South Korea were the second-best-ranked country with three golds, three silvers and four bronzes, while hosts Iran completed the top three with two silvers and six bronzes.
Among those in attendance today was World Taekwondo President Chungwon Choue.
He was joined by Asian Taekwondo Union counterpart Kyu Seok Lee and Islamic Republic of Iran Taekwondo Federation head Seyed Mohammad Pouladgar.
The event is a World Taekwondo G2-ranked tournament.
It offers wild cards to the top-four-ranked senior athletes for the 2020 Asian Taekwondo Championships.
Competition is due to resume tomorrow and continue through to Sunday (March 3).