China claimed both gold medals on the final day of the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) Wheelchair Fencing World Cup in Amsterdam.
At Sporthallen Zuid, China took on Russia in the finals of the women's épée and men's foil competitions.
The team of Bian Jin, Rong Jing, Tan Shumei and Zou Xufeng, seeded second, overcame Russia 45-36 in the women's épée gold medal bout.
The top seeded side of Viktoria Boykova, Alena Evdokimova, Iuliia Maya and Ludmila Vasileva were forced to settle for silver.
The bronze medal was won by the Ukrainian quartet of Yevheniia Breus, Olena Fedota, Nataliia Mandryk and Tetiana Pozniak after they defeated Thailand in the third place play-off.
The Chinese men's foil team followed their female compatriots in claiming gold against Russia.
Chen Liqiang, Hu Daoliang, Sun Gang and Zhong Saichun had the sharper focus as they stormed to a 45-30 victory against Roman Fedyaev, Albert Kamalov, Nikita Nagaev and Artur Yusupov.
The Italian trio of Matteo Betti, Marco Cima and Emanuele Lambertini overcame Poland to claim bronze.