Kim Min-jong won the men's over-100kg gold for South Korea ©Getty Images

South Korea finished the International Judo Federation (IJF) Grand Prix in Almada on top of the medals table.

Athletes from the country won two more weight categories today to take their total number of gold medals to four.

Among them, Kim Min-jong won the men’s over-100 kilograms gold while Kim Hayun claimed the women’s over-78kg title.

Two-time World Championships bronze medallist Kim beat Saba Inaneishvili of Georgia for the title.

The women’s fight saw Kim get the better of home favourite Rochele Nunes.

Two-time Olympic medallist Rafael Silva of Brazil and Mongolian Odkhüügiin Tsetsentsengel bagged the bronze medals in the men’s over-100kg category.

In the women’s over-78kg, European silver medallist Karen Stevenson of The Netherlands and Serbian Milica Sabic won the bronze medals.

In the women’s under-78kg, Patrícia Sampaio won gold for Portugal, helping the hosts finish second overall.

Sampaio defeated Yelyzaveta Lytvynenko of Ukraine for the title.

Kosovan Loriana Kuka, the 2019 World Championships bronze medallist, and Emma Reid of Britain settled for bronze in the category.

Ivaylo Ivanov helped Bulgaria to their only medal of the event by clinching the men's under-90kg title.

He defeated Tokyo 2020 bronze medallist Krisztián Tóth of Hungary in the final.

Tóth’s compatriot Roland Goz and Tokyo 2020 mixed team champion Axel Clerget of France won the bronze medals.

World Championships bronze medallist Ilia Sulamanidze of Georgia secured gold in the under-100kg men's class.

While he beat Arai Dota of Japan in the final, Sulamanidze’s run to the final included an impressive victory over two-time Olympic champion Lukáš Krpálek of the Czech republic.

Krpálek bagged one of the bronze medals in the category while another one went to Zsombor Veg of Hungary.