Feryal Abdelaziz was one of two Egyptians victorious today in Oran ©Getty Images

Egypt's karate team had a day to remember at the Oran 2022 Mediterranean Games in Algeria, taking two gold medals as competition at the Mohammed ben Ahmed CCO Hall concluded.

Men's kumite under-84 kilograms world champion Youssef Badawy expectedly took gold by beating Vladimir Brežančić from Serbia in the final.

Croatian Ivan Kvesić, the 2018 world champion, defeated home favourite Falleh Midoune for bronze, with the other spot on the podium going to Tokyo 2020 bronze medallist Uğur Aktaş from Turkey.

Olympic champion Feryal Abdelaziz gave Egypt another crown in the women's under-68kg contest, beating world silver medallist Silvia Semeraro of Italy in the final.

Bronze medals went to Nissrine Brouk of Morocco and reigning European champion Eda Eltemur of Turkey, following their victories over Vasiliki Panetsidou from Greece and Kiti Smiljan from Slovenia, respectively.

The gold medals - Egypt's first of the event - have pushed the country to third in medals table behind leaders Algeria and Turkey.

Kyriaki Kydonaki of Greece claimed the women's over-68kg gold medal by beating Milena Jovanovic of Montenegro in the final; bronze went to Turkish karateka Meltem Hocaoğlu and Chehinez Jemi from Tunisia.

World bronze medallist Anđelo Kvesić of Croatia took the men's over-84kg gold medal with a win over home favourite Hocine Daikhi.

Bosnia and Herzegovina's Rijad Džuho defeated Tunisian Houssem Eddine Choiya for bronze, with Moroccan Mehdi Sriti achieving the same by beating Nuno Valente of Portugal.

Algeria won the men's doubles badminton event, with Youcef Sabri Medel and Koceila Julien Mammeri beating Spanish opposition in the final.

It means the host nation now boasts five gold medals.