Greece have won nine gold medals at the Multi European Taekwondo Games ©European Taekwondo Union

Spain were the top performing nation on the third day of the Multi European Taekwondo Games in Sofia, clinching three gold medals.

They dominated the men's under-73 kilograms division at the Exhibition Forum Events Hall in Hotel Marinela, with Juan Antonio Milan Canovas beating compatriot Marcos Aguilar Caballero in the final.

Spanish losing semi-finalist Enric Salvador Martinez joined Poland's Jakub Nowak in claiming bronze medals.

Three of the four medals in the women's under-68kg category also went to Spain, with Lena Reyes beating Montenegro's Anđela Berišaj in the final.

Lisette Cintado Arteche and Alba Murillo Tarrago, both of Spain, took bronze.

Sergio Troitiño Amoedo provided victory for Spain in the men's over-78kg, beating Ukraine's Ilya Lipatov in the final.

France's Tama Taputu and Germany's Kirills Gatcins placed joint-third.

Spain also had three medallists in the men's under-63kg, but France's Nathan Jules won the final against Pablo Ceron Buenavista.

Spain won three gold medals on the third day of competition at the Games ©Getty Images
Spain won three gold medals on the third day of competition at the Games ©Getty Images

Greece added to their seven gold medals from the first two days at the Games with another two victories today.

Agoritsa Artemia Kitsiou staved off strong Spanish competition in the women's over-68kg.

Spain provided the other three medallists in the form of second-placed Julia Fernandez Insa and third-placed Inés González Riveiro and Helena Garcia Suarez.

Styliani Marentaki was the other Greek winner, beating Ela Maric of Serbia in the women's under-63kg final.

Bartosz Struglinski of Poland came out on top in the men's under-59kg final at the expense of Ukraine's Daniil Maidaniuk, and Turkey's Alperen Ayaz saw off Leon Hrgota to claim men's under-68kg gold.

Dimitrije Ajdukovic of Serbia won the men's under-78kg title against Greece's Anthimos Mageirou, while Hungary's Luana Marton claimed victory over Turkey's Beyza Karabulut in the women's under-59kg final.

The fourth day of competition at the eight-day Games is set to take place tomorrow.