Robert Seligman achieved gold in the men's pommel horse ©Getty Images

Aurel Benovic and Robert Seligman produced a golden performance for Croatia at their home International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) Artistic Gymnastics World Challenge Cup in Osijek.

Benovic was victorious in the men’s floor final while his compatriot topped the charts in the men’s pommel horse.

Turkey’s Adem Asil was Benovic’s closest challenger on 14.533 but it was not enough to better his competitor’s 14.733.

Tom Schultze of Germany finished third with a total of 14.033.

Seligman, a two-time European pommel horse medallist, secured gold on this occasion thanks to a tally of 13.866, which edged Turkey’s Ahmet Önder in second on 13.666.

Brazil’s Caio Souza recorded 13.633 to complete the podium.

Ferhat Arican topped the standings in the men's parallel bars final, making 14.800 to edge Switzerland's Noe Seifert and Azerbaijan's İvan Tikhonov.

Ferhat Arican excelled in the parallel bars to win gold ©Getty Images
Ferhat Arican excelled in the parallel bars to win gold ©Getty Images

Seifert secured silver with a score of 14.400 as Tikhonov claimed bronze after totalling 14.333.

In the women’s vault, Bulgaria's Valentina Georgieva marvelled the judges to accumulate 13.616, which was the best score of the final.

Slovenia took silver and bronze after Teja Belak made 13.483 and Tjaša Kysselef tallied 13.399.

Hungary’s Zója Szekely totalled the highest in the women’s uneven bars, producing a score of 13.800 to defeat Germany’s Sarah Voss and Romania’s Silviana Sfiringu in second and third.

Voss recorded 12.800 while Sfiringu notched 12.466.