Jur Spijkers won all his matches with an ippon to clinch the men’s over-100kg title ©Getty Images

The Netherlands earned two gold medals on the final day of the International Judo Federation (IJF) Zagreb Grand Prix.

Karen Stevenson and Jur Spijkers topped the podium in the Croatian capital after winning the respective women’s under-78 kilogram and men’s over-100kg titles.

Stevenson overcame Patricija Brolih of Slovenia to win gold as Germany’s Teresa Zenker and Britain’s Emma Reid both collected bronze.

Spijkers downed Romania’s Vlăduț Simionescu to clinch the title after an impressive performance.

They were the top seeded competitors in the category and won all their matches by ippon.

Spijkers then produced a huge o-uchi-gari to flatten Simionescu for ippon.

Ukraine’s Yevheniy Balyevskyy and Finland’s Martti Puumalainen claimed the bronze medals in the men's over-100kg division.

Mammadali Mehdiyev secured a second gold in as many days for Azerbaijan with victory in the men’s under-90kg final.

After Hidayat Heydarov’s success in the men’s under-73kg category yesterday, Mehdiyev delivered another win for Azerbaijan.

Mammadali Mehdiyev won another gold for Azerbaijan in the Croatian capital ©Getty Images
Mammadali Mehdiyev won another gold for Azerbaijan in the Croatian capital ©Getty Images

Mehdiyev picked up two penalties before pulling off a ko-soto-gake for ippon to beat Luka Maisuradze of Georgia in the final.

Wachid Borchashvili of Austria and Khusen Khalmurzaev of Russia completed the podium after winning the bronze medal bouts.

Russia’s Arman Adamian captured the men’s under-100kg crown with victory over Dario Kurbjeweit Garcia of Germany.

The European Games champion thought he had won inside the 17 seconds when he registered an ippon only for it to be lowered to waza-ari following a review by the video referee.

Kurbjeweit Garcia tried to respond but Adamian counterattacked his opponent to score a second waza-ari.

Dutch judoka Simeon Catharina and Croatia’s Marko Kumrić won their respective bronze medal matches to seal places on the podium.

France earned its third gold medal of the tournament to top the standings courtesy of Julia Tolofua’s victory in the over-78kg final.

Tolofua proved too strong for Hungary’s Mercedesz Szigetvari who was penalised three times to hand her opponent the title.

The bronze medals were won by Germany’s Renee Lucht and France’s Laura Fuseau.