World champion Riri Kitazume won gold to delight the home crowd at the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) Aerobic World Cup in Tokyo.
Kitazume triumphed in the women's individual at Ota City General Gymnasium with a score of 21.550.
Russia took silver and bronze through Ekaterina Pykhtova and Anastasiia Ziubina, who scored 21.000 and 20.950, respectively.
There was disappointment for Kitazume's compatriot, Mizuki Saito, in the men's individual.
Despite topping qualifying yesterday, the double world champion finished third with 22.400 points.
Mexico's Ivan Veloz and Hungary's Daniel Bali both scored 22.500 points, Veloz grabbing gold and Bali silver.
Despite missing out on victory in that category, Bali took gold in the pairs and trios.
He scored 22.150 alongside compatriot Fanni Mazacs in the pairs.
Second was Vietnam's Le Hoang Phong and Tran Ngoc Thuy Vi with 21.850 points, while Zhao Peng and Zhou Renjie finished third with 21.600 points.
In the trios, Bali, Mazacs and Balazs Farkas scored 22.411.
Russia's Pykhtova, Ziubina and Elena Ivanova took silver with 22.316 and Vietnam's Tran, Nguyen Viet Anh and Vuong Hoai An received bronze for 21.922.
The Vietnamese team of Le, Tran, Vuong, Nguyen Viet Anh and Nguyen Che Thanh then completed the full set of medals for their country, taking gold in the groups.
Japan's Kitazume, Saito, Ibuki Aoyama, Sho Kawai and Mifu Kaneko took silver with 22.472 points, while Russia's Pykhtova, Ziubina, Ivanova, Timur Kulaev and Iuliia Plakhotniuk secured bronze.
Today's action concluded the World Cup event.