World champion Piers Gilliver claimed gold on the final day of individual competition at the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) Wheelchair Fencing World Cup in Amsterdam.
Gilliver produced an impressive series of victories at Sporthallen Zuid, including a quarter-final win over China's Tian Jianquan, 15-11.
He claimed the narrowest of semi-final victories by securing the decisive final point of the contest with Sun Gang.
The point saw him triumph 15-14 against the Chinese player, who had yesterday won the foil title.
Gilliver sealed the gold medal by defeating Russia’s Shaburov 15-9 in the final, with China's Zhong Sai Chun and Sun taking the bronze medals.
Greece's Panagiotis Triantafyllou emerged as the gold medallist in the men's sabre B competition.
He beat Russia's Istvan Tarjanyi 15-9 in the final.
Poland's Adrian Castro and Italy's Gianmarco Paolucci, the beaten semi-finalists, completed the podium.
The women's foil A and B competitions were also held.
Hungary's Zsuzsanna Krajnyak triumphed in the A competition, after overcoming Ukraine's Nataliia Morkvych 15-12 in the final.
Eva Andrea Hajmasi claimed a bronze medal after losing to her compatriot Krajnyak in the semi-finals, with Italy's Andrea Mogos earning the final podium spot.
Paralympic champion Beatrice Vio took gold in the B event.
She dominated the gold-medal match against China’s Zhou Jingjing, with the Italian winning 15-4.
Russia's Irina Mishurova and Viktoria Boykova took home bronze medals.
The World Cup will conclude tomorrow with the men’s foil and women’s epee team events.