Serbia's Nemanja Majdov won gold in the men's -90 kilogram on the concluding day of the International Judo Federation (IJF) Baku Grand Slam.
The 2017 world champion defeated home favourite Mammadali Mehdiyev at Heydar Aliyev Sport Hall to triumph.
Bronze went to Hungary's Krisztian Toth and Spain's Nikoloz Sherazadishvili.
It was gold for Michael Korrel of the Netherlands in the -100kg event after he beat Russia's Kazbek Zankishiev.
Azerbaijan's Zelym Kotsoiev and Ireland's Benjamin Fletcher then won their respective bronze medal bouts.
Georgia's Gela Zaalishvili took the last gold medal of the tournament, defeating Russia's Ruslan Shakhbazov in the +100kg final.
Romania's Vladut Simionescu finished third alongside Russia's Anton Krivobokov.
In the women's event, Germany secured gold and silver in the -78kg.
Luise Malzahn was the victor in that competition, with compatriot Anna Maria Wagner her beaten opponent.
Shori Hamada claimed bronze to add to Japan's medal tally and French athlete Madeleine Malonga also finished third.
In the +78kg final, Ukraine's Yelyzaveta Kalanina won against Larisa Ceric of Bosnia and Herzegovina, while Slovenia's Anamari Velensek and Azerbaijan's Iryna Kindzerska received bronze.
With today's action concluding the Grand Slam, Japan topped the medal table with two golds, two silvers and one bronze.