World junior all-around champion Viktoria Listunova carried on her winning ways as she collected two more golds in the individual apparatus at the Summer European Youth Olympic Festival in Baku.
Meanwhile, in the men’s apparatus finals at the National Gymnastics Arena, Ukraine’s Nazar Chepurnyi also won two titles and only missed out on a triple gold by one place.
Listunova won the girls’ uneven bars final with a total of 14.300 points.
Silver went to compatriot Irina Komnova with 13.733, ahead of Romania’s Ioana Stanciulescu, who totalled 13.366.
In the girls’ vault, the Russian triumphed with 14.166, as Ukraine’s Anastasiia Motak took silver with 14.016 and Romania’s Silviana-Maria Sfiringu-Gheorge earned bronze with 13.983.
Chepurnyi won the boys’ floor exercise with 14.300, ahead of compatriot Ilia Kovtun, the boys’ all-around champion of the previous night, who scored 14.000, and Russia’s Ivan Kuliak, the all-around silver medallist, who totalled 13.966.
Chepurnyi added a second gold in the pommel horse, scoring 13.900, with Azerbaijan’s Samad Mammadli taking silver with 13.600, and Ukraine’s Volodymyr Kostiuk, who scored 13.533, securing bronze.
But Chepurnyi had to settle for silver in the boys' rings final as his score of 13.466 points proved sufficient only for silver behind Russia’s Mukhammadzhon Iakubov, who won with 13.500 points.
Bronze went to Russia’s Ivan Kuliak with 13.333.
At Tofiq Bahramov Stadium, venue for athletics, Sweden’s Maja Aaskag won the triple jump with 13.26 metres, with Lesly Raffin of France second on 13.08m and Moldova’s Iuliana Dabija third on 12.98m.
Oskar Edlund of Sweden won the boys’ 400m hurdles in 51.41sec, ahead of Spain’s Ignacio Saez, who clocked 51.68, and Turkey’s Berke Akcam, who recorded 52.30.
Sweden won the boys’ medley relay in 1:56.35 ahead of Ireland on 1:56.69 and Hungary on 1:56.78.
In the girls’ medley relay, Spain won gold in 2:08.89 ahead of France, on 2:09.73, and Switzerland, on 2:10.45.
Gold in the boys’ 3,000m final went to Israel’s Adisu Guadie in 8:35.04, with Luc Le Baron of France taking silver in 8:38.19 and Vid Botolin of Slovenia earning bronze in 8:39.74.
Kosovo’s Muhamet Ramadani won the boys’ shot put with 19.75m, ahead of Russia’s Semen Borodayev, who reached 18.83m, and Sweden’s Jesper Ahlin, who had a best of 18.71m.
Poland’s Gabriela Andrukonis took victory in the girls’ javelin with 58.77m, with Finland’s Vivian Suominen taking silver with 56.24m and Turkey’s Esra Turkmen bronze with 54.62m.
Estonia’s Jekaterina Mirotvortseva won the girls’ 5,000km walk in 22:26.01sec from Lizaveta Hryshkevich of Belarus, who clocked 23:33.23, and Spain’s Alicia Lumbreras, who recorded 23:43.04.
On the final night of competition in Baku Aquatics Centre, the pool was awash with EYOF records.
A new mark in the 50m freestyle of 25.34 came from Romania’s Bianca Costea.
Russia also set an EYOF best in the girls’ 4x100m medley, clocking 4:07.55.
And Russia’s Ilya Borodin earned his own EYOF record in the boys’ 400m individual medley with a time of 4:20.05.
Britain’s Katie Shanahan also earned an EYOF record in the girls’ 200m individual medley, clocking 2:14.10.
Her team mate Edward Mildred took the boys’ 200m freestyle gold in 1min 49.33sec.