São Paulo was the final IBSA Judo Grand Prix before this year's World Championships ©Tuane Fernandes/CBDV

Brazil dominated its home International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Judo Grand Prix in São Paulo, winning six of the gold medals on offer.

This was the final IBSA Judo Grand Prix of the year before the World Championships are due to take place in Baku in November, and Rebeca Silva finished with a third consecutive victory on the circuit at the Centro de Treinamento Paralímpico de São Paulo.

She overcame fellow Brazilian Meg Emmerich to take win the women's J2 over-70 kilograms event, a Tokyo 2020 bronze medallist in the women's under-70kg.

France's Priscillia Leze earned the bronze medal.

Arthur Silva provided a victory for the host nation in the men's J1 under-90kg at the expense of Kazakhstan's Bauyrzhan Arstanbekov and Oscar Widegren, while Wilians Araújo triumphed in the men's J1 over-90kg final against France's Jason Grandry.

Another Brazilian in Antônio Silva joined Algeria's Abderrahmane Chetouane as a bronze medallist in the J1 over-90kg.

Erika Zoaga provided further success for Brazil in the women's J1 over-70kg against Yoccelin Sanabria of Venezuela.

In the men's J1 under-73 kg, Rayfran Pontes triumphed over Paralympic bronze medallist Alex Bologa of Romania in the final, and the other Brazilian winner was Rosicleide Andrade, who beat Argentina's Rocio Ledesma to women's J1under-48kg gold.

Akmaral Nauatbek and Dayana Fedossova provided victories for Kazakhstan in the women's J2 under-48kg and under-57kg weight divisions respectively.

Eight other nations claimed gold medals at the Grand Prix.

Venezuela's Marcos Blanco beat Algeria's Faical Chebieb in the men's J1 under-60kg final, Argentina's Ishak Ouldkouider prevailed in the men's J2 under-60kg, and Algeria's Mouloud Moula came out on top in the men's J2 under-73kg.

Priscilla Gagne clinched success for Canada in the women's J1 under-57kg, France's Helios Latchoumanaya beat the United States' Benjamin Goodrich in the men's J2 under-90kg final, and Britain's Christopher Skelley edged out compatriot Jack Hodgson to men's J2 over-90kg gold.

Sweden's Nicolina Pernheim in the women's J1 under-70kg and Cuba's Dailidavis Rodriguez in the women's J2 under-70kg were the other two winners.

The IBSA Judo World Championships are due to be held in Azerbaijan's capital Baku from November 7 to 9.