China earned gold in both the men's events on the third day of action at the Wheelchair Fencing World Cup in Kyoto.
Sun Gang earned gold in the men's foil A class with a 15-6 win over Emanuele Lambertini of Italy in the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation event at the Grand Prince Hotel in the Japanese city.
Sun had come through a hugely competitive semi-final against Hungary's Rio 2016 foil and sabre silver medallist Richard Osvath, winning 15-14.
The other bronze went to Sun's team-mate Zhong Sai Chun, beaten by exactly the same score by Lambertini.
There was gold for China too in the men's foil B category as Feng Yanke earned a 15-7 win over Jacek Gaworski of Poland.
The Pole had earned a 15-10 semi-final win over Britain's Dominic Coutya, who thus added foil bronze to the one he had earned the previous day in the epee B competition.
Feng beat Ukraine's Anton Datsko in his semi-final.
Iuliia Maya of Russia beat Ukraine's Yevheniia Breus to gold in the final of the women's epee A category.
Breus beat Hungary's Amarilla Veres 15-13 in the semi-final, while Maya advanced with a 13-10 victory over Rong Jing of China.
Viktoria Boykova of Russia took gold in the women's epee B category, beating Alesia Makrytskaya of Belarus 15-14.
The Belarus athlete had beaten France's Cecile Demaude 15-8 in the semi-final, with Boykova progressing thanks to a 15-6 win over fellow Russian Ludmila Vasileva.