South Korea's Oh Sang-uk beat China's Wang Shi to the men's sabre title as action continued today at the Asian Fencing Championships in Chiba in Japan.
The two-time world team gold medallist triumphed 15-10 in the final at Chiba Port Arena having earlier defeated compatriot Ha Han-sol 15-12 in the semi-final.
The other last-four encounter saw Wang overcome Iran's Mojtaba Abedini 15-10.
Ha and Abedini were the bronze medallists.
The one other event held today was the women's épée with Zhu Mingye edging Lin Sheng 9-8 in an all-Chinese final.
The semi-finals saw Zhu and Lin eliminate South Korean opposition.
Zhu beat two-time Asian champion Choi In-jeong 15-12, while Lin defeated Kang Young-mi 15-11.
Choi and Kang had to settle for a place on the third step of the podium.
Action in Chibu is due to continue tomorrow with the men's épée and women's foil events.
Competition is scheduled to run until Tuesday (June 18).