Sofia Raffaeli won hoop and clubs gold medals today in Tel Aviv ©Getty Images

Italy's Sofia Raffaeli and Bulgarian Boryana Kaleyn starred on the final day of the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships as they both won two individual titles in Israel.

Raffaeli recovered from a poor day yesterday where a catastrophic final performance left her off the all-around podium at the Expo Tel Aviv.

The 18-year-old won both the hoop and clubs gold medals with 36.000 and 34.550 points, respectively, as well as silver in the ball contest to put her name into the history books as the first individual European champion from Italy.

She beat Israel's Atamanov by 1.100 points and 1.300 points in today's hoop and clubs finals which went down to the wire.

The other two individual titles, in the ball and ribbon events, went to Kaleyn who collected five medals in total including bronze in today's hoop final as she became the event's most-decorated athlete.

Kaleyn posted a score of 35.350 points in the ball to beat Raffaeli's 34.250 while her 34.050 was enough to see off Atamanov's 33.750.

Israel's Atamanov, who won the all-around gold medal yesterday, and clinched three silvers today in the hoop, clubs, and ribbon as she follows in the footsteps of compatriot and Tokyo 2020 champion Linoy Ashram.

Fellow Israeli Adi Asya Katz also medalled with bronze in the ribbon while Germany's Darja Varfolomeev came third in the ball and clubs finals.

Italy were unstoppable in the team events as they won both the five hoops title and three ribbons and two balls gold.

Israel took silver in the five hoops with Spain finishing as runners-up in the three ribbons and two balls while Azerbaijan earned bronze in both.