Uzbekistan won the final gold medal of the World Para Powerlifting World Cup in Manchester through victory in the mixed team event, while Folashade Olywafemiayo set a new world record as Nigeria also ended the tournament strongly.
Uzbekistan won the mixed team contest ahead of Ukraine, who claimed silver, and France earned the bronze medal by overcoming Kazakhstan in the third-place match.
Olywafemiayo produced another highlight of the final day of competition in Britain by winning the women's under-86 kilograms with a best lift of 150.5kg - a new world record.
Britain's Louise Sugden came second with a last-round clearance of 128kg and Ukraine's Alina Kumeyko won the bronze medal with a best of 100kg.
Uzbekistan had won the first gold of the day with a victory in the men's under-107kg for Nuriddin Davlatov, whose best lift was 221kg.
Akaki Jintcharadze of Georgia won silver with 213kg and the United States' Jacob Schrom came third through a best of 203kg.
Georgia claimed the gold medal in the men's over-107kg, with Iago Gorgodze winning through a best effort of 205kg.
Britain's Liam McGarry finished with the silver medal with a lift of 202kg, while Kazakhstan's Gani Issentemirov won bronze with a best of 170kg.
The final individual gold medal of the World Cup went to Nigeria's Loveline Obiji - a London 2012 champion - in the women's over-86kg, with a clearance of 150kg.
Poland's Marzena Zieba won the silver medal with a clearance of 130kg and Israel's Polina Katsman was close behind for the bronze with a best of 126kg.
Nigeria finished the event with 10 gold medals and three silvers - comfortably the best showing of any nation.
Uzbekistan won three gold medals and three bronzes to claim second place in the medals table.