Two-time Olympic champion Jade Jones celebrated victory at the European Taekwondo Championships for Olympic Weight Categories in Sarajevo.
Jones enjoyed comfortable victories over Serbia’s Jana Ruljic and Poland’s Patrycja Adamkiewicz to progress to the women’s under-57 kilograms final.
A third consecutive European title was sealed against Turkey’s Hatice Kübra İlgün at the Hotel Hills Venue in Sarajevo.
Jones triumphed 35-11 to top the podium.
Four women's weight divisions were contested in Bosnia and Herzegovina today, and Britain enjoyed a fine day, winning four medals in total.
Magda Wiet-Hénin and Althea Laurin won under-67kg and over-67kg titles respectively for France, while 19-year-old Israeli Avishag Semberg won the under-49kg gold medal.
Semberg beat Britain's Maddison Moore in the semi-finals and Spaniard Adriana Cerezo in the final, with Jordyn Smith winning a second bronze for Britain in the category.
Wiet-Hénin, a world bronze medallist last year, beat Croatian ex-junior world champion Matea Jelić in her final, while Laurin overcame Nafia Kuş.
Kuş, of Turkey, is a two-time world bronze medallist and won a European title two years ago.
Marlene Jahl of Austria and Britain's Rebecca McGowan were the heavyweight bronze medallists.
With the European Taekwondo Championships for Olympic Weight Categories now concluded, France topped the medals table, with Britain second and Serbia third.