Olympic bronze medallist Hatice Kübra İlgün became European champion in Manchester ©Getty Images

Hatice Kübra İlgün and Emre Kutalmış Ateşli ensured a golden double for Turkey on the final day of the European Taekwondo Championships in English city Manchester.

Top seed İlgün emerged victorious from a women’s under-57 kilograms category that included home favourite and double Olympic champion Jade Jones.

Jones had to settle for bronze along with Giada Al Halwani of Italy as Olympic bronze medallist İlgün defeated Patrycja Adamkiewicz of Poland in the final.

Ateşl also came out on top for Turkey as he defeated Ivan Garcia Martinez of Spain to win men’s over 87kg gold.

The bronze medals went to Pasko Bozic of Croatia and Radik Isaev of Azerbaijan.

Stefan Takov of Serbia overcame Nedžad Husić of Bosnia and Herzegovina to claim the men’s under-74kg title.

Belgium’s Badr Achab and Muhammed Emin Yildiz of Turkey came away with bronze medals.

Spain’s Jone Magdaleno triumphed in the women’s under-57kg final, beating Petra Stolbova of the Czech Republic.

Kimia Alizadeh of the refugee team secured a place on the podium alongside Belgium’s Sarah Chaari after they both sealed bronzes.