Ukraine won two gold medals as action continued at the International Wheelchair Amputee and Sports Federation (IWAS) Wheelchair Fencing World Cup in Warsaw.
It came on a day dominated largely by sabre competitions at the Polish capital’s Airport Hotel Okęcie.
Yevheniia Breus triumphed in the women's sabre A division with a 15-5 final victory over Hungary's Eva Andrea Hajmasi.
Ukraine's Nataliia Morkvych won a bronze medal along with Sabrina Poignet of France.
Serhii Shavkun then added the men's épée C spoils in the final event of the day.
He prevailed 15-5 against Latvia's Dmitrijs Valainis as United States' Curtis Lovejoy and Italy's William Russo claimed bronze medals.
Li Hao of China won the gold medal in the men's sabre A class with a 15-9 final win over Edoardo Giordan of Italy.
Paralympic champion Andrii Demchuk of Ukraine took bronze with Great Britain's Piers Gilliver, winner of the épée A event yesterday.
Poland also claimed home gold in the sabre B event courtesy of Grzegorz Pluta.
He beat Timur Khamatshin of Russia 15-8 as Yannick Ifebe of France and Pierre Mainville of Canada won bronze medals.
Irma Khetsuriani of Georgia claimed the day's other gold medal.
She triumphed in the women's sabre B final 15-10 against Thailand's Saysunee Jana.
Bronze medals were won by Belarus' Anastasiya Kastsiuchkova and Ukraine's Tetiana Pozniak.