Uzbekistan finished the Asian Sambo Championships with 30 gold medals ©ITG

World champion Ikhtiyor Eshmurodov helped make it another good day for Uzbekistan at the Asian Sambo Championships as they finished top of the medals table in Jounieh.

Uzbekistan finished the Championships with 30 golds, including five on the final day at the Bouddha Sports Centre.

Sport sambo events drew the competition to a close, with Eshmurodov overcoming Kazakhstan's Yelaman Koishybayev to win the men's under-88 kilograms.

Seyedmohammadreza Saeedimadani and Turkmenistan's Nedir Allaberdyyev took bronze as the losing semi-finalists.

Umidjon Abdullaev and Nurbek Turaev also triumphed in the men's sport sambo for Uzbekistan.

The former saw off Turkmenistan's Begench Baltayev at under-79kg, while the latter defeated Kyrgyzstan's Altynbek Abdykasymov in the over-98kg final.

Ibodatkho Agojonova prevailed for Uzbekistan in the women's under-59kg final, beating Kazakhstan's Marzhan Bizak.

The women's under-65kg title went to Mukhlisakhon Kadirberganova, who triumphed over Kazakhstan's World Championships silver medallist Azhar Salykova in the final.

Ana Moceyawa made history for New Zealand in this weight category, becoming the country's first Asian Sambo Championships medallist with her joint third-place finish.

Australia and New Zealand entered this event for the first time in Lebanon.

Turkmenistan's Dinara Hallyyeva was the other bronze medallist at under-65kg.

Kazakhstan won six golds on the final day of competition, clinching second place on the medals table with 18 victories.

World Championships runner-up Dildash Kuryshbayeva was the winner in the women's under-72kg, beating Turkmenistan's Rano Uzakova in the final.

Margarita Bazhayeva was victorious in the women's under-50kg, with Turkmenistan's Dinara Ivadullayeva taking silver and Uzbekistan's Musharraf Ibodullaeva bronze.

In the women's under-80kg, Azman Amayeva of Kazakhstan claimed gold, with second place going to Uzbekistan's Gulmira Ismatova and third to Faride Mammedova of Turkmenistan.

Three men's sport sambo titles went to Kazakhstan on the final day as well.

Kaiyrberdi Aidynbay beat Kyrgyzstan's Nurgazy Zhanbosunov in the under-58kg final, Yessentay Imakhanov overcame Uzbekistan's Khomidjon Muminov to take under-64kg gold, while Arnur Kuatay came out on top at the expense of Uzbekistan's Shakhriyorbek Mamatkulov at under-71kg.

Third-placed Kyrgyzstan took their gold medal haul at the Championships up to seven courtesy of Samara Abdumalik Kyzy's victory over Kazakhstan's Guldana Almukhanbetova in the women's under-54kg.

Fourth-placed Turkmenistan clinched their third gold through Guvanch Begaliyev in the women's under-98kg, beating Altynbek Abdykasymov of Kazakhstan in the final.

The Philippines became the fifth nation to take a gold at the Championships, with Sydney Sy beating Kazakhstan's Arailym Abenova to the women's over-80kg title.