Uzbekistan won two gold medals on day one of the International Judo Federation (IJF) Grand Prix in Marrakech.
The Central Asian nation triumphed in the men's under-60 kilograms and men's under-66kg divisions in Morocco.
In the former, six-time Grand Slam medallist Sharafuddin Luftfillaev came out on top as he defeated Artem Lesiuk of Ukraine in the final.
A huge koshi-guruma for a waza-ari gave the Uzbek the title in golden score at the Exhibition Centre.
Number one seed Amiran Paulnashvili of Georgia had to settle for bronze alongside Yanislav Gerchev of Bulgaria.
Tashkent Grand Prix silver medallist Sardor Nurillaev won the second Uzbek gold at under-66kg.
He threw African champion Mohamed Abdelmawgoud of Egypt for ippon in the final.
Yerlan Serikzhanov of Kazakhstan and Sebastian Seidl of Germany won bronze.
Spain, France and Chinese Taipei also gained golds in women's classes on day one.
The Spanish winner was double Grand Slam champion Julia Figueroa who nailed Romania's Monica Ungureanu with waza-ari to capture the under-48kg title.
Melanie Clement of France and Katharina Menz of Germany claimed bronze.
France's world number one Amandine Buchard Nordmeyer ensured the under-52kg went to form as she struck Spain's Ana Perez Box with ippon in the final.
Bronze medals went to Gefen Primo of Israel and another Spaniard in Estrella Lopez Sheriff.
Former Baku Grand Slam champion Chen-Ling Lien won for Chinese Taipei at under-57kg.
The Taiwanese forced Poland's Anna Borowska to tap out.
Timma Nelson Levy won another bronze for Israel alongside Hedvig Karakas of Hungary.
Competition continues tomorrow.