Feruz Sayidov was among the winners in Baku ©Getty Images

Uzbekistan enjoyed a good showing at the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Judo Grand Prix in Baku.

Rio 2016 Paralympic champion Sherzod Namozov was among the country's winners after two days of competition at the National Gymnastics Arena in Azerbaijan's capital, capturing the men's J2 60 kilograms title.

Feruz Sayidov, the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic gold medallist, also won a J2 title at 73kg.

Lobar Khurramova was also among Uzbekistan's winners after claiming the women's J2 48kg crown, while her team-mate Kumushkhon Khodjaeva took top honours in the women's J2 57kg.

Aloviddin Jurakulov won the men's J2 over-90kg in another Uzbek success, with his compatriot Davurkhon Karomatov, the Tokyo silver medallist, bagging the men's J2 90kg crown for a sixth gold.

Davurkhon Karomatov was one of six Uzbek winners in Baku ©Getty Images
Davurkhon Karomatov was one of six Uzbek winners in Baku ©Getty Images

Other winners included India's Kapil Parmar in the men's J1 60kg and Romania's Alex Bologa in the men's J1 73kg.

Turkey's Ecem Tasin won the women's J1 48kg and Yijie Shi of China claimed gold in the women's J1 57kg.

Arthur Cavalcante Da Silva of Brazil was the men's J1 90kg champion and Li Liu of China won the women's J1 70kg.

The men's J1 over-90kg went to Wilians De Araujo of Brazil and the women's J1 over-70kg was won by Turkey's Nazan Akin Gunes.

Yue Wang was another Chinese winner in the women's J2 70kg and the women's J20 over-70kg was clinched by Kazakhstan's Aidana Gazizkyzy.

The event was supported by the International Judo Federation.