Japan's Seon Okazawa clinched victory on the final day of the Tokyo 2020 boxing test event here today.
The three-day event concluded with finals in several weight divisions.
Okazawa ensured Japan would enjoy success in the ring, with organisers also hoping operations ran smoothly.
The Japanese boxer triumphed in the men's under-68 kilogram welterweight final against India's Ashish Kulheria.
Judges awarded the contest to Okazawa by a 4-1 margin at the conclusion of the bout in the Ryōgoku Kokugikan.
There was success for India in both the men's 63kg and women's 75kg competitions.
Shiv Thapa triumphed in the 63kg final by overcoming Kazakhstan's Sanatali Toltayev unanimously.
The 75kg event saw Pooja Rani face a trickier test against Australia's Caitlin Parker.
Rani earned victory over her rival to top the standings in the test event.
The three-day competition took place in the Ryōgoku Kokugikan sumo venue, with the aim of testing the field of play and equipment.
Great show by the 🇮🇳! 🔥— Boxing Federation (@BFI_official) October 31, 2019
Team 🇮🇳 ended their final campaign with 3️⃣ medals, including 2⃣ Gold🥇and 1️⃣Silver at #ReadySteadyTokyo Boxing Test Event in #Tokyo.
🥊 @shivathapa 6⃣3⃣kg-🥇
🥊 #PoojaRani 7⃣5⃣kg-🥇
🥊 @AKulheria 6⃣9⃣kg -🥈
Congratulations champs!👏#PunchMeinHaiDum pic.twitter.com/YzY5YYVhzk
The organisation has been overseen by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) boxing taskforce.
The taskforce was placed in charge of preparations following the IOC decision to suspend the International Boxing Association (AIBA).
It followed concerns over AIBA's governance, refereeing and judging and financial situation, with the IOC claiming the crisis presented "serious legal, financial and reputational risks to the IOC and the Olympic Movement".
The taskforce trialled a new monitoring system for judges on the final two days, with the hope it will begin to restore the confidence of athletes and coaches.
The system will be among the areas assessed following the test event.