Russia took home gold and silver medals in both the men and women's individual events at the Aerobic Gymnastics European Championships in Baku.
Roman Semenov beat Timur Kulaev for the men’s title, scoring 22.150 to his team-mate's 21.650.
Third place went to Bulgaria's Antonio Papazov, who achieved 21.300.
In the women's competition, Ekaterina Pykhtova and Tatyana Konakova posted the same total score but a tiebreaker bumped Konakova down to second place.
Bulgaria also claimed bronze in this event through Darina Pashova with 21.200.
Hungary's Daniel Bali and Fanni Mazacs triumphed in the mixed pair exercise, outscoring Turkey's Ayse Begum Onbasi and Mehmet Ersos and Romania's Dacian Barna and Andreea Bogati.
They finished on 22.300, with the Turkish pair on 21.900 and the Romanian duo on 21.750.
Joined by Balasz Farkas, Bali and Mazacs were victorious again in the trio routine after scoring 22.411.
Russia’s Elena Ivanova, Pykhtova and Anastasia Ziubina clinched silver with 22.366, while Bogati added a bronze medal to her collection, together with Dorin Brotei and Mihai Alin Popa, after a score of 22.133.
Azerbaijan won its first-ever European medal in the aero dance, earning gold with 17.800.
Russia were second on 17.750, while Romania finished third with 17.400.
Today's action concluded the competition.