Sofia Raffaeli won two golds and one silver at the FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup ©Getty Images

Italy's Sofia Raffaeli claimed the all-around individual title at the latest International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup, while Israel claimed the group title in Athens.

The 19-year-old five-time world champion also claimed a gold in hoop and silver in ball.

In second place in the individual was Bulgaria's Stiliana Nikolova, who won the ball event and placed third in the ribbon, while her compatriot Boryana Kaleyn, a three-time gold medallist at the European Championships was in third.

Germany's Margarita Kolosov placed first in the clubs, with Slovenia's Ekaterina Vedeneeva placing first in the ribbon event.

In the all-around group event, Israel secured a victory, with Bulgaria finishing second and Brazil taking third.

Israel also won the the five hoops, setting a score of 34.9 and edging past second place Italy, who had 32.65.

In third was Poland, who achieved 31.9 points.

In the three ribbons and two 2 balls, Italy came first with 30.65 points, with Israel in second with 29.35 and Greece with 29.2 in third.

Italy finished the series top of the medal tally with three golds and two silvers, with Israel in second with two golds and two silvers, and Bulgaria third with one gold, two silvers and two bronzes.

Gymnasts are now looking forward to the next event in the World Cup series, due to be held in Sofia from March 31 to April 2.