Irina Pimenova was one of six Russian gold medallists at the IFBB World Fitness Championships ©IFBB/EastLabs Photos

Russia topped the medal table with six golds as the International Federation of Fitness and Bodybuilding (IFBB) World Fitness Championships came to a conclusion here. 

Having earned two gold medals yesterday, Russia claimed four more gold today to add to their eight silver and four bronze. 

Their first victory came in the bikini fitness 158 centimetre contest, won by Irina Pimenova. 

Fellow Russian Anastasiia Zolotaia was in second place, while Zuzana Kardošová of Slovakia finished third. 

Iuliia Shestakova then triumphed in the 164cm in the same discipline, with Ulpan Nurbekova of Kazakhstan claiming silver and Anna Wozniakowska of Poland bronze. 

Oxana Zavalskaya was the winner in the bikini fitness 169cm, followed by Lina Kudricke of Lithuania and Lisa Maus of Germany.

Russia's fourth gold medal came in the bikini fitness over-172cm through Galina Maslovskaia.

Compatriot Ekaterina Voropaeva was the bronze medallist and Natalie Myslikova of the Czech Republic finished between the two. 

Hosts Slovakia achieved a clean sweep in the fitness discipline at the IFBB World Fitness Championships ©IFBB/EastLabs Photos
Hosts Slovakia achieved a clean sweep in the fitness discipline at the IFBB World Fitness Championships ©IFBB/EastLabs Photos

Ukraine were second in the medal table with five golds, five silver and seven bronze, while Slovakia came third on five gold medals, two silver and three bronze. 

The hosts had rocketed up the standings after a clean sweep in the fitness discipline. 

Tatiana Ondrushkova topped the women's fitness 160cm podium, with Anna Dudushkina of Russia second and fellow Slovakian Dobroslava Lehotská third.

Michaela Pavleova then claimed gold in the 163cm category, followed by Dorottya Agoston of Hungary and Oleksandra Tarasova of Ukraine.

Kristina Juricová  is triumphed in the over-163cm, before Michal Barbier won the men's fitness open.

Natalya Neustroeva of Russia and Panna Frauenberger of Hungary were the respective silver and bronze medallists in the over-163cm, while Evgeny Shobik of Russia and Fedir Khashalov of Ukraine completed the podium in the men's competition. 

Ukraine took gold and silver in the mixed pairs event, with Liubov Popova and Yurii Zymohliad taking the top spot, and Alina Yaman and Adam Kozyra finishing as the silver medallists.

Third place went to a Slovakian pair Elena Masarykova and Peter Tatarka.