Ukraine claimed six sambo golds over two days ©FISU

Ukraine finished the sambo competition here in Samsun top of the medals table after claiming two more gold medals today at the International University Sports Federation (FISU) World Cup Combat Sports.

The first of these went to Shizana Plish, who grabbed the winner with a second to go in the women's under-54 kilograms final, defeating Martha Rodriguez from Mexico for the gold.

The pair were at deadlock before the Ukrainian floored her opponent with just enough time left on the clock, with the score finishing 3-2.

Bronze medals went to Tazegul Huddyyeva from Turkmenistan and Turkey's Aysenur Sulun.

The second went to Masim Parfonov, who defeated compatriot Yaroslav Mykhaliuk in the final 3-1, while Turkmenistan's Bagtyyar Bahramov and Turkey's Onurcan Tatlicioglu finished third.

Kazakhstan won its first gold of the World Cup thanks to Maxat Bakytov, who won a fast-and-furious showdown with Niyazmurat Babekov of Turkmenistan 3-1 in the men's under-68kg final.

Samet Kumtas from Turkey and Vladislav Kyryliuk of Ukraine took bronze.

Kyrgyzstan won its first gold of the World Cup too when Miraida Medetbek Kyzy claimed gold in the women's under-65kg, defeating Ukrainian Mariia Kunevych 5-1 in the final.

Ukraine's Daryna Zhukova and Turkey's Dilem Bagcuvan shared bronze.

Turkey ended on a high note with a victory in the women's under-80kg final after Serden Daharli defeated Ukraine's Valeriia Zakhareych 3-0 and they were joined by bronze medallists Cigdem Bora from Turkey and Adinai Almazbekova from Kazakshtan.

Finally, Georgia claimed another gold medal thanks to the efforts of Imeda Gogoladze in the men's under-98kg final, beating Nikita Berehulskyi of Ukraine 4-0.

Turkish pair Ruslan Abdreyev and Fatih Kosa took the bronze medals.

Tammy Hui Ling was a winner in changquan today ©FISU
Tammy Hui Ling was a winner in changquan today ©FISU

In wushu, Malaysia and Indonesia claimed women's and men's titles in changquan.

Tammy Hui Ling claimed gold in front of Indonesia's Eugenia Diva Widodo in the women's event with 9.28 points to her opponent's 9.25, while Iranian Monireh Panahi Dorcheh was the bronze medallist with 9.11.

Edgar Xavier Marvelo from Indonesia won the men's title with a score of 9.55 ahead of Necmettin Erbakan Akyuz from Turkey on 9.17.

Taha Gavarti Badiei of Iran finished third with 9.15.

Hong Kong won a second wushu title through Po Yan Lau in the women's nandao with 9.35, in front of Turkey's Zeynep Akyuz with 9.2.

Finally, Mohammad Ali Mojiri Foroushani from Iran was victorious in the men's nangun with 9.3

Leong Calvin Wai from Malaysia and Viacheslav Krysko of Ukraine were second and third, respectively.