Bulgaria triumphed on the final day of the Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup at the Tashkent Gymnastics Sports Palace in Uzbekistan ©Getty Images

Home gymnast Takhmina Ikromova claimed gold on the final day of the Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup event in Tashkent, while the Bulgarian team secured another gold after winning two of a possible three titles at last week’s World Cup event in Sofia.

Teenager Ikromova finished the individual hoop final with the highest score of 31.700, far in front of Tokyo 2020 Olympian Ekaterina Vedeneeva, who took silver with 30.600.

Vedeneeva is Russian born but has competed for Slovenia since 2018. 

Darja Varfolomeev of Germany claimed the bronze medal with 29.850 in front of compatriot Margarita Kolosov and Sabina Tashkenbaeva of host nation Uzbekistan. 

Ikromova was victorious in the clubs final too, with a total score of 31.500, while Vedeneeva took the silver medal with 31.250. 

Kolosov took the bronze medal with a total of 29.800, followed by compatriot Varfolomeev and European finalist Jelizaveta Polstjanaja of Latvia.

Vedeneeva won the ribbon event with 30.150 followed by Varfolomeev second on 29.100. 

Gold medal winner Ikromova managed to continue on the podium and took bronze with 28.950. 

Italy's Alexandra Agiurgiuculese, who is a four-time medallist at the 2016 European Junior Championships, finished fourth followed by German Kolosov. 

Kolosov could not manage to stay on top in the ribbon discipline, but claimed gold in the ball final with a total of 30.600, with compatriot Varfolomeev second with the same score. 

Vedeneeva claimed bronze with 29.450, while Ikromova and Italy's Eleonora Tagliabue were fourth and fifth, respectively. 

In the group events, Bulgaria claimed gold in the five hoops final with a total of 29.750, with host nation Uzbekistan second on 26.900 and Kazakhstan third with 24.000. 

Meanwhile, Azerbaijan ended fourth with 21.900.

The gold medal went to the hosts in the three ribbons and two balls discipline with a total score of 25.850.

Kazakhstan claimed silver with 24.200 while Bulgaria were third with 23.500, with Azerbaijan again fourth on 22.900. 

The World Cup series is due to move on to Baku in Azerbaijan from April 22 to 24, before it is scheduled to wrap up in Pesaro in Italy between June 3 and 5.