Russia scooped the team titles in the men's, women's and combat sambo divisions after another dominant display at the Kharlampiev Memorial Sambo World Cup in Moscow.
The hosts claimed six gold medals on the second and final day at the Luzhniki Stadium complex's Small Sports Arena to add to the six they won yesterday.
Yulia Monchanova topped the women's 50 kilograms podium after beating Uzbekistan's Sabina Davlatova, while bronze went to Anfisa Kapayeva of Belarus and Kazakhstan's Anfisa Zhylkybayeva.
Diana Riabova added to the hosts' tally by defeating Dinara Zhumbayeva of Kazakhstan, with Romania's Anda Mihaela Valvoi earning bronze.
Magomed Gadzhiev completed the Russian hat-trick on day two, winning gold in the men's 71kg category after ousting Uladzislau Sayapin of Belarus.
The bronze medals in the division were claimed by Sayapin's compatriot Ilia Lomivorotov and Mindia Liluashvili of Georgia.
Aslan Kambiev of overcame Uzbekistan's Khusniddin Khusanov to seal the other Russian gold in the men's weight classes.
Two of the three titles on offer in combat sambo went to Russia as Ivan Logkin and Abdulhalim Djavatkhanov clinched the 79kg and 98kg crowns, respectively.
Logkin beat Kazakhstan's Bekadil Shaimerdenov to take gold, while Uzbekistan's Sherzodbek Ismonov and Firdavs Mirzoev of Tajikistan received bronze.
At 98kg, Djavatkhanov proved too strong for Kazakhstan's Olzhas Suleimonov, with bronze going to Chingiz Izmukhanov of Kazakhstan and Moldova's Nicolae Gisca.
There were also victories today for Kazakhstan, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan.
The results saw Russia finish top of all three team standings.
In the women's event, Russia ended ahead of Kazakhstan and Belarus, with Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan second and third, respectively, behind the hosts in the men's competition.
In combat sambo, Russia took top spot in front of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.