Japan's Akari Fujinami extended her unbeaten run to 114 contests by winning gold in the Asian Championships ©Getty Images

There were two further golds for Japan's women in at the Asian Wrestling Championships in Kazakh capital Astana but also delight for home favourite Zhamila Bakbergenova who completed a golden hat-trick at the Championships with a 5-1 victory over Sumire Niikura of Japan in the under-72kilograms division.

Ritika Hooda of India and Mongolia's Enkh-Amaryn Davaanasan both claimed bronze.

Meanwhile the Japanese run of success continued in the under-53kg class where 2021 world champion Akari Fujinami recorded an emphatic victory 10-0 over world junior champion Antim Pangha.

It was Fujinami’s second Asian championships and extended her winning sequence to 114.

Bronze medals in the division went to Uzbek wrestler Aktenge Keunimjaeva for the third time and Mongolia's Olympic bronze medallist Bat-Ochiryn Bolortuyaa.

There was further success for Japan in the under-57kg division where Sae Nanjo claimed gold after an interval of seven years with an 11-4 victory over Laylokhon Sobirova of Uzbekistan.

India’s Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games silver medallist Anshu Malik collected another bronze along with Kazakh Nilufar Raimova.

China’s world silver medallist Jia Long put the breaks of further Japanese success when she beat Mahiro Yoshitake 5-3 to win under-65kg gold. 

Manisha Bhanwala of India won bronze.

Olympic silver medallist Aisuluu Tynybekova of Kyrgyzstan defeated former world champion Pürevdorjiin Orkhon of Mongolia 9-5 to win gold in under-62kg.

Tynybekova had beaten Japan's reigning world and Asian gold medallist Nonoka Ozaki in the semi finals.

Ozaki took bronze along with India's Sonam Malik.