Ivan Litvinovich won the men's individual event before taking the men's synchronised gold with Andrei Builou ©Getty Images

Ivan Litvinovich of Belarus and Russia's Irina Kundius won the men's and women's titles in the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) Trampoline World Cup in Baku.

Tokyo 2020 gold medallist Litvinovich posted a score of 61.850 in the Azerbaijani capital to secure the victory over his compatriot Andrei Builou.

Every athlete in the finals was only allowed to have one attempt at a routine.

Builou was close behind in second place with 60.800 points.

In the end it was Litvinovich's superior execution and time of flight that set the two apart.

Kazakhstan's Daniil Mussabayev claimed the bronze medal with 58.890 points.

In the women's event Kundius selected a 13.80 difficulty rating routine which paid off as she put up 53.900 points.

The performance ensured that she defeated Azerbaijan's home favourite Seljan Mahsudova on 52.780.

Italian Giorgia Giampieri then scored 51.820 points to make up the podium.

Maia Amano of the United States boldly attempted a routine with a 14.00 difficulty rating, the highest of the final, but struggled to deliver on the execution, time of flight and horizontal displacement resulting in a fifth-place finish with 50.270 points.

Sena Elchin Karakash and Sila Karakush won the women's synchronised gold medal at the National Gymnastics Arena.

The Turkish pair pulled off a stunning performance resulting in the judges awarding them 44.140 points.

Sweden's Tea Lillierut and Lina Sjoberg took silver with 42.030 points while Mary Golata and Alexandra Bonartseva of Russia won bronze on 32.790 points.

Builou and Litvinovich then stormed the men's synchronised event to win gold with 52.810 points.

Russia's Danila Kasimov and Kirill Kozlov put in an impressive showing but fell short after garnering 50.820 points.

Portuguese pair of Diogo Abreu and Pedro Ferreira narrowly won bronze with 49.960 points, just 0.010 ahead Gürkan Mutlu and Hussein Engin Yontucu of Turkey.