China's Olympic champion Zhu Xueying won individual and synchronised golds at her first FIG Trampoline World Cup in three years ©Getty Images

Olympic champion Zhu Xueying returned to the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) Trampoline World Cup circuit in the Portuguese city of Santarém, winning two gold medals for China.

Zhu was competing at a FIG Trampoline World Cup for the first time in three years at the Pavilhão Gimnodesportivo de Santarém, but delivered a superb display in the women's individual event to score 56.660 points and beat Camilla Gomes of Brazil by 0.570 and another Chinese athlete in Hu Yicheng by 0.700.

Zhu and Hu combined to take the women's synchronised trampoline gold with a dominant score of 48.630.

Nicole Ahsinger and Sarah Webster of the United States grabbed silver with 47.690 and Georgia's Anano Apakidze and Mariam Ragimovi took bronze with 47.160.

Former world champion Yan Langyu was the other gold medallist for China at the World Cup, leading a one-two for his country with Wang Zisei.

Yan posted a score of 61.800 to win by more than one point, with Wang notching 60.670 and Dylan Schmidt of New Zealand in third registering 59.220.

Men's synchronised gold went to Japan's Nagata Shinya and Mita Yasufumi, who triumphed with 51.510 to the 51.100 of Ukraine's Anton Davydenko and Mykola Prostorov and 51.030 of the United States' Cody Gesuelli and Isaac Rowley.

The other four winners came from four different nations.

In the double mini-trampoline, Canada's Gabriella Flynn with her score of 26.300 beat Australian duo of Braida Thomas and Cheyanna Robinson by one and 1.400 points respectively,

Nineteen-year-old Argentinian Santiago Ferrari won the men's title on his World Cup debut with 29.100 to force World Championships silver medallist Gavin Dodd to settle for the same result in Santarém at 0.100 of the top, with Belgium's Brent Deklerck completing the podium with 26.700.

France's European champion Candy Briere-Vetillard dominated the women's tumbling final with a score of 25.400, beating Ukraine's Daryna Koziarska in second with 24.600 and Belgium's Louise van Regenmortel in third with 23.100.

Mikhail Malkin of Azerbaijan led the way in the men's tumbling, scoring 30.900 to beat Australia's Ethan McGuinness by 1.5 and Vasco Peso of Portugal by two points.

A further three FIG Trampoline World Cups are scheduled for this year, the next also in Portugal on Saturday (July 8) and Sunday (July 9) in Coimbra.