Kazakhstan's Didar Amirali, right, claimed the bronze medal in the men's under-67kg event at the Asian Karate Championships in Tashkent ©Getty Images

Prior to the last day of the Asian Karate Championships tomorrow, the bronze medallists were determined this evening at the Sport Complex Uzbekistan in Tashkent.

In kata competition, the men's bronze medals went to South Korea's Park Hee-jun and Ali Zand from Iran with respective victories over Arka Banerjee from India and Madi Kateshov of Kazakhstan.

Iran won bronze in the women's event too, with Fatemeh Sadeghi beating Sou Soi Lam of Macau and Chinese Taipei's Chien Hui-Hsuan taking the other with a win over Krisda Putri Aprilia from Indonesia.

Indonesia and Iran took bronze in the men's team kata by beating Iraq and Macau, while Indonesia and Vietnam defeated Malaysia and Cambodia to take the women's team kata bronzes.

Malaysia's Prem Kumar Selvam secured a third Asian Championships bronze medal in the men's under-55 kilogram kumite category, doing so with a win over Turkmenistan's Arzuv Seyitgulyyev.

Fahed Alajmi from Kuwait defeated Saudi Arabian Yasir Bargi to join him on the podium.

It was a fourth continental medal in a row for Didar Amirali from Kazakhstan in the men's under-67kg, taking the final spot on the podium with victory over Tebing Hutapea of Indonesia.

Uzbekistan's Sadriddin Saymatov, the 2019 Asian champion and two-time Islamic Solidarity Games gold medallist, settled for bronze this time too in the category by beating Fahad Al-Khathami from Saudi Arabia.

Malaysia's Prem Kumar Selvam, left, took bronze in the men's under-55kg at the Asian Karate Championships in Tashkent ©Getty Images
Malaysia's Prem Kumar Selvam, left, took bronze in the men's under-55kg at the Asian Karate Championships in Tashkent ©Getty Images

Young Kazakh Nurkanat Azhikanov matched his result last year in the men's under-75kg with a win over Indonesian Joshua Ignatius; with the other bronze medal going to Kuwait's Omar Al-Ajenaei with a win against Japanese Ken Nishimura.

Iranian Saleh Abazari, the 2018 champion and world team champion from the same year, took bronze in the men's over-84kg by beating Iraqi Shvan Othman Majeed.

Uzbekistan's Gofurjon Zokhidov made the podium too with a win over Mahmoud Sajan of Jordan.

World bronze medallist from 2018, Iran's Sara Bahmanyar, added an Asian medal to her cabinet in the women's under-50kg tournament with victory over Malaysian Chandran Shahmalarani.

Her compatriot Mobina Heidari was unable to match her silver from last year in the women's under-68kg category - but did win against Hong Kong's Wong Cheuk Lee to take bronze.

In the same category, Ceyco Georgia Zefanya of Indonesia defeated Uzbekistan's Bonu Egamberdieva for the other medal.

Finals are set to take place tomorrow on the last day of competition.