Iran's Elaheh and Vietnam's Nguyen Thi Chinh were the two sanda gold medallists on day three of the World Wushu Championships in Shanghai.
Elaheh beat Turkey's Ece Cakir 2-0 in the women's 65 kilograms final at the Chinese city's Minhang Indoor Stadium.
Nguyen triumphed by the same scoreline over Egypt's Yasmin Ewida in the women's 48kg title contest.
There was also success for Iran in TaoLu competition, with Mohammad Ali Mojiri Foroushani topping the men's nandao standings on 9.633 points.
China increased their gold medal tally to eight, four clear of second-placed Iran, thanks to wins for Liang Bi Ying in the women's taijiquan with 9.720 points and Guo Meng Jiao in the women's changquan with 9.696.
There were also victories for South Korea's Cho Seungjae in the men's shuangdao with 9.580 points, Indonesia's Edgar Xavier Marvelo in the men's gunshu with 9.656, Hong Kong's Liu Xuxu in the women's gunshu with 9.610, and Malaysia's Tan Cheong Min in the women's nandao with 9.610.
Action in Shanghai concludes tomorrow.